CES 2016 Coverage Roundup | Reports
By: Jonathan Kwan
January 4-8, 2016
Senior Technical Editor Preston Yuen and Technical Editor Aaron Lai visited CES 2016 this year. Here is a comprehensive roundup of what they have covered during the show.
Day 1 - CES Unveiled
DJI shows off the Inspire 1 Black Pro and Osmo.
cheero's Daisuke Takahashi demonstrates their new Sleepion.
Plantronics has a bunch of new headsets, as always.
Ventev got some thin power banks.
Ever wanted a wooden keyboard? Orée has that, and a few other things.
NZXT brought along an unnamed new chassis, and Aaron Lai got some track time in a Ferrari F430.
LG Electronics integrates tech with their appliances, and lets us take a look at what they have for TVs.
Patriot Memory has some new DDR4 RAM... plus new SSDs, USB drives, and peripherals.
Thermaltake filled not one, but two whole hotel rooms full of new cases, water cooling products, peripherals -- you name it.
Aaron Lai got to try out an AfterShokz wireless bone construction headset.
Why not prevent people from breaking into your house, rather than letting you know after the fact? Kuna has some tricks up their sleeves.
Preston plays on the Xbox One at the Kingston HyperX booth. They got some new headsets, and of course, RAM -- plus a few other things.
Who can overlook the $2400 H-Tower from In Win? It has lasers and hydraulics.
We got a photo with SilverStone's Tony Ou, as we take a look at their latest cases, power supplies, a reversible fan, and more.
Cooler Master is taking their "Make it Yours" slogan seriously. To say their cases are modular is an understatement. They also showed off their latest lineup in CPU cooling and PC peripherals.
Looking for the latest M.2 SSD or a waterproof external drive? SanDisk got some on display.
Phanteks has a great reputation for making great cases here at APH Netwroks, and stuff like the Project 916 reinforces this idea.
QNAP goes redun-ception with a new NAS, along with some regular ones.
LG Electronics goes crazy with their displays. Oh, and there is also a fridge.
Sennheiser shows off a virtual reality microphone, and a bunch of headphones.
Looking for a Bluetooth turntable? Audio-Technica has one on display.
If you want to make it rain, beyerdynamic got stuff that fit the bill.