Date: January 7th, 2009
Writers on Show Floor: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor) & Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
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Day One of our Coverage can be found HERE
Day Two of our Coverage can be found HERE
Day Three of our Coverage can be found HERE
Day Four of our Coverage can be found HERE
WHAT IS CES?
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is a gathering of thousands of industry partners, press and manufacturers to facilitate and give media the chance to see developing technology and products while getting manufacturers the press and media attention needed for future growth. Through several different press functions, conferences, keynotes and show floor displays, the stage is set for information to be exchanged, professional relationships to be developed and for getting product marketing exposure.
DAY 3 COVERAGE
IN WIN CES FLOOR BOOTH
In Win displayed several new products at their CES booth including this interesting device called the O-Ring. The flexible silicon ring slips over a 2.5” hard drive and is then attached to a system via USB, resulting in a quick and simple way to access the drive externally. The final design may look a bit different than what is shown here, but the general concept will remain the same.
Products related to hard drives and storage in general are hot items at CES this year. In Win's lineup brings a unique and fun twist as shown by this 2.5” enclosure called the Metal Soul. It's not all about looks though; this enclosure also features rugged construction and RFID encryption technology.
If just hearing your movies and sporting events aren't enough and you want to literally feel the action, then the appropriately named Buttkicker by The Guittamer Company is for you. Bass will rumble through the chair with every tackle on the football field and crash on the racetrack. It's a fun way to experience television, and it actually kicked my butt so much that my cell phone fell out of my pocket! As a product to compliment a subwoofer, the increase in overall home theater immersion was impressive.