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We recently got an early look at what's coming to the consumer market while at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Here are our top five announcements.
We went to CES and we saw some amazing things. Here are our favorites!
SiliconDust, makers of the HDHomeRun, unveiled a new product at CES that'll make cord-cutting even easier.
Philips is giving its Hue app a makeover, and is making the platform more fun for gamers, music fans, and movie watchers.
If you're a cord-shaver rather than a cutter, the HDHomeRun Prime is about to make your life even better.
Networking isn't the sexiest thing in the world, but Netgear is trying to spice things up with its latest Nighthawk products.
These are the first mobile operators around the world to officially support Always Connected PCs.
Wires are nowhere to be found with Corsair's lineup of new gaming peripherals at CES 2018.
Along with new PCs and monitors, Dell is also debuting new software to help bring your smartphone and PC closer together.
Dell's XPS 15 2-in-1 (9575) has the power of the original XPS 15 combined with a tablet form factor, making it the most powerful 2-in-1 in the world.
Dell has announced a refresh of its Inspiron gaming desktop, bringing some notable updates across the board.
Dell's latest monitors are a pair of extra-thin displays will plenty of bells and whistles.
Sennheiser's latest gaming headset aims to feel just as good as it sounds.
Wireless mice have been a thing for a while now. But what about a high-precision wireless gaming mouse without a battery to weigh it down? Enter Razer's Mamba HyperFlux.
Too many speaker systems mess around with your audio. They play with the EQ, they mess with the stereo balance, they don't play your music, your games, and your movies true to the input. Razer's Nommo speakers aim to correct that.