CES 2012 Roll-Up: HotHardware Features From The Show

As is always the case, CES 2012 was a complete blur of big product announcements, bleeding-edge technology and a mass of humanity clamoring to see it all. Our coverage of the event and the various product announcements came so fast and furious that, unless you were checking the page every few minutes (not a bad idea actually), you probably missed at least a few highlights. Fear not, as we're going to aggregate all of the major product announcements to hit our news channel, here in one big roll-up on the following pages...

CES 2012 Roll-Up: HotHardware Features From The Show

Via:  HotHardware
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cowboyspace 2 years ago

Good job guys ,you deserve an A for bringing us so many news even tho we didn't have the opportunities to assist there."Our coverage of the event and the various product announcements came so fast and furious that, unless you were checking the page every few minutes (not a bad idea actually)" In other words me O_O

Manduh 2 years ago

Very impressive roll-up! Makes things easier having it all in one place. :D

realneil 2 years ago

The Seagate Momentus Hybrid drives come with a screwdriver,....LOL!

I bought a 500GB Momentus drive for $99.00 before the floods and now the same drive is $269.00?

The addition of the screwdriver has GOT to be symbolic!

Manduh 2 years ago

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The Seagate Momentus Hybrid drives come with a screwdriver,....LOL!

I bought a 500GB Momentus drive for $99.00 before the floods and now the same drive is $269.00?

The addition of the screwdriver has GOT to be symbolic!

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Nice, a $170 screwdriver! :P

cowboyspace 2 years ago

hahhaahhahaha

AKwyn 2 years ago

You did great work as always; it's a shame that many people didn't read up on the coverage but there's always next year right? I read through most of those articles if that's any compilation.

AKnudson 2 years ago

floods ftl good thing intel will overproduce and have to cut prices! yay intel!

xmd5 2 years ago

I wouldn't mind popping that Cherryville in to see how it performs.

JZitting 2 years ago

Adrenaline SSD could definetly find a place in my pc. that would be excellent. :p

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