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    Default Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Like the title says what company caught your eye this year at CES? For me i would have to say Thermaltake. The new Core X cases i really like. The new watercooling stuff and the led ring fans were also nice too.
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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Cant blame you for picking TT. They had an outstanding product launch at CES. A lot of good feedback.

    I would have to say Intel with that PC USB stick and NZXT with the DOKO. Those 2 products have so much potential.
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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    I like the TT case also. dam cool. Looks like somthing out of Stair Wars.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    i like the DOKO better than Razr's Forge TV.
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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Samsung Gear VR

    the oculus rift has been purchased by face book, so i am forced to promote boycotting it
    i am deeply tormented by this loss as my desire for one was so extreme and painful

    so to hear there is a just as good - or better product already neck in neck with the O.R. makes me sleep much easyer
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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Thermaltake really did a good job this year, they picked up the slack from the previous years they fell a bit behind.

    I visited MSI, Kingston, ADATA, NZXT and a few others this year at CES. I would have to say that MSI with some new boards on its ways. Kingston has a few things coming up with PCIe SSD. NZXT and the DOKU is another great item I am looking forward to play with. ADATA didn't have a whole lot to go over, but the big things at the CES Hall was lots TVs.

    The other one I really liked it Intel's new Mini PC that is the size of a a roku stick.
    I can't wait to see more info on this, I only caught the tail end of the presentation at the hall and they were BUSY! So I didn't get a whole lot of info due to that. lolz.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    To me, this was the least eventful CES is a few years in terms of computer components. The DOKO is interesting for gamers, a bunch of mfg jumped on the 1TB SSD with a Phison controller at nice price points but some were announced prior. There just wasn't much in the way of impact pieces.

    Tt had a pretty booth and a nice looking res/D5 combo, but little else of any interest. And that is still the most interesting line I have seen. It was really a snoozer of a show.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Cooler Master had something interesting to me. They partnered with a company that designed a fan heatsink combo, but the fan is also part of the heatsink. The whole thing is metal. Not sure how it works and the video was pretty vague but I want to see more about it.

    After that, it's the thermaltake loop because it seems so darned affordable.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    After that, it's the thermaltake loop because it seems so darned affordable.
    They announced pricing? Is it comparable or higher than the similar XSPC kits?

    Personally, I think the Photon/D5 having a slightly higher price than the Tt would be justifiable. The Photon is a really nice looking res.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    I'd say $299 isn't too bad. I thought I had heard $150 but in hindsight, that would just be too unrealistic.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    I'd say $299 isn't too bad. I thought I had heard $150 but in hindsight, that would just be too unrealistic.

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    The Tt includes coolant and a wash bottle, so competitively priced. We will have to see how the performance is.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    $299.99, its not bad, but yes... let's see where the performance match up is. But I do have to say that I like the res, Pump Combo. Probably one of the better set ups with kits today.

    My only piff with this kit is the CPU blocks looks rather cheap. I wonder what the internals of the water block looks like.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Thermaltake really did a good job this year, they picked up the slack from the previous years they fell a bit behind.

    I visited MSI, Kingston, ADATA, NZXT and a few others this year at CES. I would have to say that MSI with some new boards on its ways. Kingston has a few things coming up with PCIe SSD. NZXT and the DOKU is another great item I am looking forward to play with. ADATA didn't have a whole lot to go over, but the big things at the CES Hall was lots TVs.

    The other one I really liked it Intel's new Mini PC that is the size of a a roku stick.
    I can't wait to see more info on this, I only caught the tail end of the presentation at the hall and they were BUSY! So I didn't get a whole lot of info due to that. lolz.
    MSI you say. Oh do tell.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    To me, this was the least eventful CES is a few years in terms of computer components. The DOKO is interesting for gamers, a bunch of mfg jumped on the 1TB SSD with a Phison controller at nice price points but some were announced prior. There just wasn't much in the way of impact pieces.

    Tt had a pretty booth and a nice looking res/D5 combo, but little else of any interest. And that is still the most interesting line I have seen. It was really a snoozer of a show.
    I keep hearing that! from others as well, seems each year is a bit worse then the last.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    True, this year wasn't as good as its previous years. But it also depends on what you were looking for.
    My buddy was looking at TV stuff and while it wasn't any innovating, they had some cool things to look forward too.

    I personally didn't have a specific item that WOW'd me. But overall, I was still happy to see certain products being rolled out now.

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    Default Re: Who do you think had the most impressive products at CES 2015?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I would have to say Intel with that PC USB stick and NZXT with the DOKO.
    I so wanted to like that Intel PC Stick, but I just can't think of what I'd use it for....

    It seems too expensive to compete against Raspberry Pi's, Hummingboards, Beaglebones, and Minnowboards (among what seems like a billion others), and too limited (no Ethernet & no SATA) to do anything actually worthwhile. I can't figure it's niche.

    Especially when Intel makes the Minnowboard (or at least controls the development), and the NUCs. I just don't get it.

    But damn, it's cool, and I want to add one to my collection...maybe if I collect enough of these I can build a crazy beowulf cluster of mismatched nanoPC's!!!

    Gu3

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