In our final portion of DigitalLife coverage, we take a look at Gateway’s new 30-inch monitor that you do want to see, Toshiba’s latest X205 SLI-configured notebook, ooma’s “free” VoIP solution, Gyration’s latest media remote and even more photos from around the show floor.
In our first part, we take a look at Polk Audio’s new I-Sonic ES 2, R2-D2 projector and webcam, Dell’s latest XPS notebooks with AGEIA’s PhysX physics processor and Xyber’s high-end and totally silent HTPC. There are also a slew of various photos from around the show-floor, including triple Alyx Vance’s!
We caught up with AGEIA at DigitalLife to see what’s new and were surprised to see that some big announcements have been made, including inclusion of their PhysX PPU in Dell’s latest XPS M1730 notebooks. We also take UT3 and Warmonger for a spin and give our thoughts.
After months of speculation, Gateway finally unveiled their One “all-in-one” PC. Once out of the box, all that’s required to get up and running is a single power cord. We had an opportunity to take a good look at the machine today and relay our thoughts here.
|DigitalLife 2007: On The Showfloor – Part 2||Rob Williams||September 29, 2007||DigitalLife|
|DigitalLife 2007: On The Showfloor – Part 1||Rob Williams||September 28, 2007||DigitalLife|
|DigitalLife 2007: AGEIA’s Mobile PPU, Warmonger, UT3 Mod||Rob Williams||September 28, 2007||DigitalLife|
|DigitalLife 2007: Gateway Unveils The “One”||Rob Williams||September 27, 2007||DigitalLife|
|DigitalLife 2007: Showstoppers||Rob Williams||September 26, 2007||DigitalLife|