The tablets just keep on flying at us from the show room at CES, though this particular entry from Gigabyte has a few features that definitely warrant mention. At first glance, the T1125 looks a lot like an all in one computer--it can be jacked into a bezel and used like a computer. The T1125 also has significantly more power than your typical tablet, offering the options of either a Core i3 or i5 processor, which will run in conjunction with a discreet graphics chip. The 1366x768 resolution definitely caught our eye as well, and so did the dock itself, which has a tiny removable optical drive and USB 3.0 connectivity. Check it out below!
Wrapping up our final day at CES 2011 (which has already been tablet cuh-razy), Senior Editor Gordon Mah Ung takes a quick video look at Gigabyte's foray into the tablet realm. The S1080 is running a full build of Windows 7, powered by an Intel Atom N550. The capacitive, backlit LED screen cranks to a 1024x600 resolution, and the device features USB 3.0 slots on the rear end. Pretty exciting if you ask us.
Welcome to the Masters Overclocking Arena, where the best overclockers in North and South America battle for GHz dominance! These skilled and determined overclockers gather here in Vegas during CES to see just how far they can push the envelope--at the time this video was taken, numbers were already as high as 5.9 GHz, and the competition wasn't even finished yet! Below, Gordon Ung takes a look at some of their methods (which includes the copious use of liquid nitrogen) below.
Rounding out our MSI coverage at CES, Senior Editor Gordon Mah Ung takes an early look at MSI's upcoming AM3+ board, which will allow for, that's right, AMD Bulldozer support. The board also features SATA 6Gbs ports on the south bridge, a four x16 PCI-E 2.0 slots, and comes stocked with OC Genie, which can automatically overclock your machine for you.
Senior Editor Gordon Ung got a change to take a look at some of the newest offerings from MSI, focusing here on two brand new mini ITX boards. These boards mark the first time MSI has ever made an ITX board for consumers. The first board may seem familiar to small form factor enthusiasts, though the second board has a surprise in store (hint: XXXX Bridge). Hit the video below to check them both out!
Wrapping things up from the CES show room, Senior Editor Gordon Ung takes a brief look at Kaos's new Homefront FPS in 3D! Though Kaos will be releasing console versions of the game, the PC version promises to be a different take on the storyline. Check out the video below for your first look at Homefront, straight out of CES 2011.
Our last meeting on Friday was a cool one. MainGear showed us a handful of new Sandy Bridge desktops, including a refresh of the company's Kick-Ass award-winning Shift, which receives a snazzy new carbon fiber finish.
The star of the show, however, was this cool-looking new Home Theater PC, which prominently features a big display on the front face of the rig. Ostentatious? Yes. But it's striking. Check it out.
We learned yesterday at CES that Corsair and CoolIT had teamed up on their latest CPU liquid coolers, but Asetek, Corsair's former BFF, isn't left out in the cold. They're partnering with Antec on Antec's new all-in-one liquid cooler, based on a new and improved Asetek design. (Antec says it's version 3; Corsair's H50 and H70 used version two). The Kuhler CPU cooler (hah) comes in two flavors: the H20 620, with one 14cm fan and radiator, and the 920, which comes with a thicker radiator and two fans. I'm looking forward to pitting it against Corsair's H60.
Antec also showed off a new and very quiet 1200W PSU. Check out their show-floor demo in the video below.
Hit the jump for Corsair's new 600T and a brand new, ultra quiet 1200W PSU!
Senior Associate Editor Nathan Edwards got the opportunity to check our some new awesome software from Corsair at CES. Dubbed 'Link', this software allows you to monitor, maintain, and alter your fans, graphics, and virtually any other piece of hardware running inside your case. It even allows you to set and swap between different setups depending on the task at hand. Click below for a detailed run-through!
BenQ's MX812XP is a hell of a site to behold. It works by using two projectors blended onto a massive desktop to project 3D gaming right at you. It does this by using scalable display software to pull up a digital grid. It then uses webcams to photograph the grid, then blends the two together with zero visible distortion. As if all that doesn't sound cool enough, the 3500 lumen projectors can project up to an infinite size. Check it out below!