The latest podcast from the guys at HardwareAsylum is available now. This week Dennis and Darren discuss the CES 2017 event in Las Vegas a week or so ago. Joined by some other special guests, the guys discuss the highlights in terms of innovative product launches, the general feelings about the format of the trade show and what they each think will be the biggest game changer of 2017. Here are the podcast notes.
“CES is full of trends, some trends actually become ways to make our lives better while others are the hardware equivalent of “Me Too Iguana”. In this episode we talk about some of the cooler things we saw at CES that, frankly, doesn’t involve RGB LEDS and Tempered Glass.”
“Seriously though had there not been a continual theme of IoT (Internet of Things) you would think the future of 2017 is all RGB lights on motherboards and tempered glass side panels for that extra bit of bling in your PC builds.”
“We talked about several things from the importance of the Gigabyte Aorus Launch, ASUS 200 series overclocking, OLED Televisions and what Samsung is doing with their IoT implementations. Of course that doesn’t encompass the entire show.”
“Towards the end of the podcast I ask everyone what technology or product do you feel will be a game changer for the rest of the year. The results might surprise you.”
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