As you would expect, CES saw the introduction of several new monitors from the usual suspects. Dell, HP, LG, Lenovo, and MSI revealed a bevy of displays to feast our eyes on.
We saw some talk of wirelessly charged mice in 2017, but the Razer Mamba Hyperflux doesn’t have a battery--it’s wireless powered, not charged.
Bloody seems to be selling its new Libra optical switches as much as it is its new keyboards, although you can’t have one without the other anyway.
It’s actually called the “bezel-free kit,” and it performs its magic trick using no active electronics of any kind. It’s literally just an optical illusion.
WaveOptics is pushing a new family of waveguide modules designed for AR glasses that promise full color, relatively high field of view (FoV), lower cost, and more scalable manufacturing processes.
We spotted some artwork in the Kaihua's CES booth that indicates more low-profile designs are in the works.
The Geforce Now game streaming service for Mac/PC had entered public beta. Does that sound like deja-vu? It is
Supermicro had its new C9X299-PG300 motherboard that supports Intel Core X-Series CPUs with up to a 300W TDP.
HP will have a competitive SSD lineup in 2018. The company has a desire to fill your slot with reliable storage that meets strengent compatability requirements.
Muskin used the full Silicon Motion lineup to build several next-generation 3D flash products over NVMe and SATA.
Marvell 88NR2241 NVMe RAID controller was out at CES 2018. Take two M.2 consumer SSDs, sprinkle some RAID spice and get 1.2M IOPS.
As it turns out, the engineering sample of the Ducky keyboard we saw in Cherry’s suite at CES 2018 is a real product called the Ducky Blade Air, a slim RGB backlit Bluetooth mechanical keyboard.
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