The best of the rest from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show
Tablets and 3D TVs aside, CES 2011 is shaping up to be a classic opening to yet another year filled with tech breakthroughs, ground breaking ideas and some light-hearted optional extras. Having had a quick look-see around the halls on the opening day of the Consumer Electronics Show, here are some of the less publicised products taking our fancy...
Alienware goes 3D with the unveiling of its first 3D capable gaming laptop the M17x. Sporting a 17-inch screen and a choice of Intel’s new i5 or i7 processors the M17x is set to launch across the UK from January 10th with a hefty starting price of £1,799.
Star Wars Blu-rays are no longer secluded to a galaxy far, far away as the high-definition renditions of the full film saga are to land from September. Packing in all the Death Star destroying, Wookie hollering goodness, Darth Vader himself took to the stage to announce the imminent nine disc collection.
Small in size, hefty in nature describes the Modular Xi3 computer announced at CES this week. Packing a AMD motherboard, and up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM, the Xi3 is divided into three compact sections so that it fits snugly into its micro cube-chassis.
Taking iPad gaming back to the 80’s the iCade cabinet for iPad adds an arcade air of gaming mystique. Set to be compatible with a range of upcoming vintage remakes the iCade is to hit UK shores with a £79 price tag and hours of gaming delights.