The International Consumer Electronics Show offers a vast and overwhelming panoply of products, with exhibitors ranging from tiny, two-man booths from unknown Taiwanese companies to 4+ acre spreads from Microsoft and Intel. In addition to CES exhibits in the Las Vegas Convention Center, vendors have invitation-only hospitality suites set up in various hotels around the Strip. With over 2,700 exhibitors from more than 140 countries, you're not going to see everything even if you spend every waking moment traipsing the show floor. What follows is a list of things which caught my eye, or that I thought were technically cool; it's in no way comprehensive, or even very organized, but should give you some idea of what the show was like.

2010 CES: Computer Technology Highlights @ Benchmark Reviews

"Thermal grease increases the thermal conductivity between your CPU and the heatsink. Each thermal compound is different and choosing the right one will keep your CPU running a few degrees cooler. It may not mean much, but if you are an overclocker or modder than you know how precious each degree or even a fraction of a degree is."

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Creativity and imagination is in every one of us. Some are very creative and some not so much. These two important senses could be trained and when it comes to tools, our next product might be a great aid. I would like to say thanks to Wacom from providing us with this item for a review.

Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch - Review

Cooler Master has created a mouse that is truly intended for the gaming community and added huge amounts of style plus tons of customizations to make it like no other mouse in this market. Cooler Master has taken a radial direction with using the Philips laser for the medical field to beef up an extremely accurate mouse. On paper this makes for the perfect mouse.

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thermaltake_SpinQ_VT"The Thermaltake SpinQ VT is nothing short of impressive. With an impressive body design and heatpipe layout the SpinQ VT is a rock solid cooler. With easy installation, exceptional cooling, and a decent price of $59.99 it's definitely worth taking a look at."

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The SandForce SF1500 SSD processor is an Enterprise-class Solid State Drive technology that powers products such as the OCZ Vertex-2 Pro. With a potential top-speed of 260 MBps read and write bandwidth, the SandForce SF1500-based SSD series will push SATA-II to the limit. In this article Benchmark Reviews investigates the technology behind the SandForce SF1500 SSD processor, and tests bandwidth speed and IOPS performance.

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When Cooler Master released its 690 chassis over two years ago, we're doubtful that even it could have predicted just how well-received it was going to be. It did a lot right in terms of design and function, and with the 690 II, those two factors are pushed even further. The result? The best $100 chassis we've ever looked at, bar none.

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The question that probably stumped so many this past holiday season, what do you get the guy with everything? If you can't afford the latest sports car on the market, having the newest technology on hand is probably the next best thing possible. With the Plextor PX-B940SA, you get just that. This is the fastest Blu-ray writer currently available on the market. How long that lasts is a completely different topic.

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CES is finally over (has been for several days), and a lot of things were shown. Some were really cool new things, while others were just updated models or those with an increase in speed/capacity. Instead of focusing on the many SSDs or USB 3.0 enclosures that dominated a good part of the show, we will focus on a broad range of other new products in this article.

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Today, a new Vampire Weekend three-song track pack is available for Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero.  The popular band returns to the Guitar Hero franchise with the Vampire Weekend Track Pack featuring two songs — “Cousins” and “Holiday” — from their brand-new album Contra as well as “The Kids Don’t Stand a Chance” from their 2008 self-titled debut album Vampire Weekend.   The Vampire Weekend Track Pack is now available via Xbox LIVE Marketplace for 440 Microsoft Points, from the PlayStation Store for $5.49 and the Wii Shop Channel for 550 Wii Points.  The three songs are also available as single downloads for Xbox 360 for 160 Microsoft Points, PlayStation 3 for $1.99 and Wii for 200 Wii Points each.

 

Today we are taking a look at a very SMALL HTPC from Asrock, they sent us a sample of their ION 300HT-BD where the BD stands for a Bluray Drive so we can use Bluray on this small HTPC. It seems quite competetive towards its competitors with good features and very small size so lets have a look at how it will perform.

Asrock ION 330HT-BD Nettop @ Rbmods

 

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