Editor-in-Chief Paul Curthoys took some time out with Blue Microphones at CES 2011 to chat about the new Yeti Pro. It's got all of the same features as its predecessor, plus an added Analog XLR port so that professionals can plug it into an actual mixing board. And for singers looking for the highest quality sound for their next single, the Yeti does 24-bit/192kHz recording. Check out the video for a quick look at the mic.
Planes, trains, and…bubble cars? You heard right. GM is working on an innovative new electric car dubbed the EN-V (Electric Networked Vehicle). The compact two-seater has a 40-mile range and from the looks of it, it's a really smooth ride. Robbie managed to catch some footage of the vehicle in action at CES 2011. Check it out!
With all of the gadgets invading our homes and workspaces, it’s no surprise that one product category that’s exploding these days are charging systems -- particularly multi-gadget chargers like the ones Idapt is showing off at this year’s CES.
Boxee, the little media center that could, had a banner year in 2010, finally making the leap from software to hardware at long last. But that hasn’t stopped the company from continuing to branch out, and they’re eyeing the iPad as one of their next platforms.
There are a ton of booths with giant video walls, but for some reason it was the Samsung booth and it's TV planet, Giant 3D theatre and the tree of life video sculpture that caught our eye. Oh, and they have washing machines in their booth.
Usually when you hear the word shotgun in Las Vegas you're describing a wedding officiated by Elvis. The fine folks at ioSafe decided to forgo the usual Vegas nuptials and take the 12-gauge Remington shotgun to their brand new ioSafe Rugged Portable External hard drive. They didn't keep the gun toting to themselves, they allowed Online Editor Robbie Baldwin and Maximum PC Senior Associate Editor Nathan Edwards to tag along and try to destroy their latest creation.
Warning: Firearms, vices and hammers are utilized in this video. Stayed tuned to the end of the video to watch Robbie take out a little bit of his aggression.
CES is great for scouting out the latest and greatest in technology, but what about those weird gadgets that never really get all that much coverage? We set out to find some of the wackiest iOS hardware device accessories around the CES showfloor. Check out the video after the cut for a look.
It's been a full 28 hours since we set foot inside of the Las Vegas Convention Center. There are plenty of gadgets that we've yet to lay eyes on, but for now here's a quick look at what we, and our brethern at Maximum PC, have seen so far at this year's show.
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First introduced at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show, the folks behind AirStash have returned with some new superpowers for their pocketable wireless flash drive, including media streaming and WebDAV support.