The Tech Report have been updating their coverage of CES 2012 as they try to sooth their aching feet, with pictures and information from three different vendors. The most impressive, or at least most looked forward to, was seeing AMD’s Trinity running in the wild. We now know there will be two variants of the chip, one running with a 35W TDP and the smaller version at 17W. Not only will they require less power than the current A-series, expect improvements in performance for both graphics and general computation.
At Corsair’s table is a case that looks to steal into NZXT’s market with the $90 Carbide Series 300R which offers some nice features for a lower cost case, Corsair is also beefing up their line up with the more expensive Obsidian Series 550D with many noise dampening features. Finally they headed to ASUS and were given a peek at the newest audio technology that will replace the current Xonar models.
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Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- CES 2012 Recap: The Week in Review @ AnandTech
- CES 2012- Zotac, iBuyPower, ADATA, NZXT Party @ TechwareLabs
- CES 2012 Slideshow @ MAKE:Blog
- AMD shows its Lightning Bolt interface behind closed doors @ The Inquirer
- CES 2012 Day 2 – CyberpowerPC Gigabyte and Lian Li @ Ninjalane
- CES 2012 Coverage @ OCC
- Windows Admins Need To Prepare For GUI-Less Server @ Slashdot
- Arch-ing ARM: Running Arch Linux On The NVIDIA Tegra 2 @ Phoronix
- IBM Shrinks Bit Size To 12 Atoms @ Slashdot
- MSI focuses notebook business on gaming models @ DigiTimes
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