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CES 2008

CES 2008
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15 reviews

Feb, 2016

We have collected and analyzed 15 expert reviews from international sources. The average review date is Jan 11, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 121135 reviews from other Solid-State Drives. Last update: Feb 8, 2016.

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Expert review by: Nate Marion (

CES 2008: Lian Li


Lian Li's booth always attracts a lot of attention from the press. Who doesn't love those sleek and stylish cases? We are taking a look at their entire new line-up, which even includes a replacement chassis for your Xbox 360. Yes, you read that right.

Lian Li had quite a bit on display, including the better portion of their case lineup and accessories, and a new series of power supplies that is yet to be released. The pictures tell the tale.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Nate Marion (

CES 2008: CoolIT Systems


CoolIT had many great products on display this year - it was difficult to leave their booth! Included in our look is their latest dual-bay GPU cooler, the non-TEC Pure CPU cooler, MTEC control module and a server cooling solution that's sure to get a...

Our friends at CoolIT have definitely been busy lately, and were showing quite a few new products, including the Pure, a self-contained water-only cooling solution for CPUs that appears very similar to their original Freezone, but without any...

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Terence Ang & Zachary Chan (

CES 2008: Home Entertainment Galore


In our final installment of our CES 2008 coverage, we have a special focus on consumer electronics on the evolving home entertainment market and the many products from Sony, Samsung, LG and more that are raising the bar of technology. Don't miss this...

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Rob Williams (

CES 2008: Cars


Sure, the tech is great, but one of the coolest areas of CES was the North Hall, where all of the cars, car audio and babes were found. We found over fifty sweet rides through our travels and have pictures of each - everything from modest classics to...

Lamborghini Gallardo

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Zachary Chan (

CES 2008: Show Floor Coverage (Part 4)


More exciting new gadgets and technologies straight from the show floors of CES, as we continue our coverage of booths belonging to aigo, AMD, Arctic Cooling, ASUS, Brother, dmedia and HP.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Zachary Chan (

CES 2008: Show Floor Coverage (Part 3)


Part 3 of our CES show floor coverage continues with LG.Philips LCD showroom, as well as Booth coverage of D-Link, Genius, Mio, Kingmax, Seagate, SilverStone, Team, Thermaltake and Zalman.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Zachary Chan (

CES 2008: Show Floor Coverage (Part 2)


In the second part of our CES show floor coverage, we cover exciting new entertainment gadgets, peripherals and other products from A-DATA, Audio Technica, Creative, Dell, Edifier, Garmin, Logitech, Philips and SanDisk.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Zachary Chan & Terence Ang (

CES 2008: Show Floor Coverage (Part 1)


Packed with some of the coolest gadgets and products, the Hardware Zone team braved through the sea of people to bring you our in-depth CES show floor coverage. In this first edition, we cover booths from Philips, Belkin, Cooler Master, Lenovo,...

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Terence Ang (

CES 2008: Sony Kicks Off CES with New Additions and Innovations


Sony showcased its latest range of LCD TVs, Handycam camcorders, a new Alpha DSLR camera and a bevy of other innovative products ranging from a rollicking robotic music player, a prototype 27-inch OLED screen and many more. So read on to get your fix...

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Rob Williams (

CES 2008: DeviceVM's Splashtop


We caught up with DeviceVM at CES to see what's new with their Splashtop embedded Linux environment, which we first saw on the ASUS P5E3 Deluxe motherboard. As we found out, development has been steady with many new features implemented and ready for...

When ASUS rolled out their X38-based P5E3 Deluxe motherboard, it delivered a first: DeviceVM's Splashtop. If you read our review of that motherboard, you are probably already aware of what Splashtop is and how it works, but if not, we will cover it here.

Jan, 2008

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