What's the best new thing you've seen at CES?
owen 1 year ago
I think of CES as being my shopping list for next Christmas. I saw a sweet WiFi enabled clothes dryer, honey! Kidding....kind of. Actually, I saw some interesting new software from Synology for their NAS devices (DSM 4.2 beta) that emphasize cloud based management and includes Synology High Availability on their NAS devices. But that isn't exactly mind blowing, tell the kids about it type stuff. Nvidia's new Tegra 4 processors are impressive, but that wasn't much a surprise. I know we only have press day behind us, but have you seen anything really interesting yet?
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