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AMD HD 4000 mobility video cards unveiled at CES

Posted in AMD,CES 2009 by Shane McGlaun on January 16th, 2009

AMD HD4000 GPUI was at CES last week schlepping around the halls looking for something cool. Unfortunately cool was in short supply at this year’s show. One of the things that I did find interesting was the new mobile GPUs that AMD was showing off.

AMD introduced its line of Radeon Mobility 4000 video cards for notebooks that includes the HD 4800, HD 4600, HD 4500 and HD 4300 GPUs. The HD 4800 is the first mobile GPU according to AMD to break the teraflop barrier.

Mio Moov Navigators at CES

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2009

Mio Moov Navigators at CESMio has unveiled not one, not two, but five new GPS navigators at CES 2009. The new devices include the Mio Moov S300, S556, and S700. The devices support the “Spirit” software platform.

The S300 features a 3.5-inch display, text-to-speech and 12 million POIs. The S500 offers a 4.7-inch panel. The Moov S556 comes with the same 4.7-inch display with Bluetooth and Junction View features. While the S700 offers a huge 7-inch display. The Mio Moov S300, S300, S556, and S700 are priced at $199.99, $249.99, $299.99 and $299.99 respectively.

Sleek MBook M1 spotted at CES

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2009

Sleek MBook M1 spotted at CESThe MBook M1 ultra-mobile PC looks like it’s pretty usable, unlike some of its competitors. The keyboard looks comfortable for one thing. This Windows-based UMPC is small in size, yet promises ease of use.

There is one tiny problem though. The device has no USB ports. Yes, it looks nice, but how do you use it productively? It’s use is severely limited.The MBook M1 gets points for looks though. That’s gotta count for something.

Lok8u announces Nu•M8 GPS child locator watch

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Lok8u announces Nu•M8 GPS child locator watchLok8u has made the trek from the UK all the way to Vegas so they could show off their Nu•M8 GPS child locator at CES. It’s the “innovative new best friend for parents and children.” Yippee. Try telling your kid that after he’s been beat up for wearing such a hefty nerd watch.

The device is touted as the first of its kind, created specifically to be worn by children with the technology “cleverly concealed within a child’s digital watch.” Um, okay. I think everyone who sees this watch knows that something is up. The watch will also send an alert if it’s ever “forcibly removed,”, thereby forcing your child to wear their $218 watch.

Logitech G9x Laser Mouse for gamers

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Logitech G9x Laser Mouse for gamersLogitech has a new version of it’s famous and highly customizable gaming mouse, the G9. The design is the same and the spec sheets won’t tell you what is so new about it. But they did up the precision, which is good news. Users can adjust the gaming-grade engine up to 5000 dpi, where before it was only 3200 dpi. The G9x ships in April 2009 for $99.99.

Some specs: Two interchangeable grips (Precision and Wide Load) let gamers select their preferred grip, Save up to five profiles on the mouse’s on-board memory, Built-in weight cartridge holds up to 28 grams of metal weights that gamers can mix and match, Custom-color LEDs let you match your G9x mouse to your personal preference, and the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel precise click-to-click scrolling is perfect for weapon selection.

Logitech G35 Surround Sound headset

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Logitech G35 Surround Sound headsetThe G35 Headset features 7.1 surround sound with built in Dolby technology that is designed to output amazingly detailed gaming sounds. It also feature 6 built in voice changing options, so you can have some fun pretending that you’re Darth Vader while gaming.

Some of the specs: 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology delivers a detailed soundfield. Dolby Pro Logic II is used with Dolby Headphone technology to create expanded stereo sound for files recorded in traditional formats. Three G-keys on headset will give you one-touch command for voice morphing or music controls and you get six voice-morphing options. On-ear audio controls deliver quick access for volume, mic mute and surround sound adjustments. Adjustable, noise-canceling microphone focuses on your voice and not background noise. Full-speed, all-digital USB connection for clean, clear audio. Three swappable headband pads let you choose the one that best fits your head: thin, thick and contoured designs. Compatible with popular VoIP gaming platforms like Ventrilo, TeamSpeak and Xfire.

Blaupunk & miRoamer want to put Internet Radio in your Car

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 4th, 2009

Blaupunk & miRoamer want to put Internet Radio in your CarThis year’s CES will see Blaupunkt and miRoamer put Internet radio into car dashboards for the first time. According to miRoamer founder and CEO George Parthimos, “miRoamer’s development with Blaupunkt is the first seamless Internet radio solution. With the simple push of a button, users can access AM/FM stations or Internet radio’s thousands of music, entertainment, news and talk stations from around the world, all from the same car stereo.”

The first model will connect to a 3G/HSDPA/HSPA device via Bluetooth for Internet connectivity. When connecting to the Internet from an external device (Like an iPhone), the customer’s existing service provider is the default network. They have various models in the pipeline which may have their own internal modem.

Originatic wall-mounted Smart-Leaf PC coming to CES

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 4th, 2009

Originatic wall-mounted Smart-Leaf PC coming to CESSpace is always an issue with PCs, so Originatic is aiming to put them on your wall. Scheduled for the CES ’09 debut is the all-in-one wall-mounted Smart-Leaf PC, designed with space-saving in mind. If you’re a casual PC user, it’s worth a look.

In Vegas, Originatic will showcase two of these PCs, the Smart-Leaf Oasis and the Smart-Leaf Mountain. The former features a touchscreen, fold-out keyboard, trackpad, TV tuner and Wi-Fi, and is perfect for the home, the latter features all keyboard lock and a trackball in addition to the other’s features, but lacks the TV tuner. That one is for business use.