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  • Hardware Asylum at CES 2018 Part 3
  • Hardware Asylum at CES 2018 Part 3


    Hosts: Dennis Garcia and Darren McCain
    Time: 39:28

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    Originally recorded January 2018

    Show Notes

    Day three of a golf tournament is often called “moving day” since everyone that has survived the cut is generally able to get a paycheck.  Their position on the leaderboard determines how big that check is.  CES 2018 day three isn’t much different and honestly filled with some of the most exciting displays of the entire show.

    Thermaltake was showing their Level 20, some copper radiators and a new style of fitting that is honestly quite impressive and changes almost everything about building a hardline watercooling system.

    HyperX was showing some RGB LED memory modules that would self synchronize over an infrared data connection, a RGB Fury SSD and a new line of Cloud headphones, one of them being wireless with over 30 hours of battery life.

    Creative was by far had one of the most impressive displays with a 15.2 ATMOS sound bar and a software controlled headphone dongle that honestly changes everything we know about how music and movies should sound.

    Finally we have MSI who was showing off an entire line of products that all won CES innovation awards including a Z370 Godlike and GTX 1080 Ti Lightning.

    Be sure to check out the links for more information and photos and stay tuned for the forth and final segment in our CES 2018 coverage.

    Related Links
    Twenty Years of Thermaltake and the Level 20 at CES 2018
    MSI Godlike and Lightning are Back at CES 2018
    Creative is Pushing Audio Quality to 15.2 at CES 2018

    Episode 83 featured music:
    Little People - Start Shootin' (http://www.littlepeoplemusic.com/)