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Hands On With £2000 Worth of Flash Drive

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Designed for the person who's never deleted a single file and maxes out their monthly bandwidth limits on torrents, Victorinox dropped a bomb on CES with their new SSD flash drive which will actually be available in capacities up to one terabyte. That's a thousand gigabytes people. Enough to hold like a trillion ebooks or something. (Please don't do the math.)

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The Most (and Least) Amazing Things We Saw at CES Day One

By Mat Honan on at

Day one is winding down at CES, and we're already starting to see some trends emerge. Like, everyone seems to have the flu. And, wow, those are some big-arse TVs. But we've been picking up on a few themes that seem to be emerging after this first official day of CES. Here are the highlights, lowlights, and ultralights that made the biggest impression:

Hands On Intel's Last, Best Mobile Hope

By Kyle Wagner on at

Intel would be the first to admit that it's fallen far behind int he mobile game. The company desperately wants in on the post-PC land grab, but so far hasn't been able to put out a chip that's not a battery-draining false start. Medfield is the processor that's supposed to change all that. And based on our brief hands on, it honestly just might.