TR's big CES 2014 digest

We did this last year, and you guys seemed to enjoy it, so we've done it again. Here's a handy, shortbread-style list of every single news item we posted for this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Old news stories can normally be found here in our archive, but isn't this much nicer?

Cases and cooling

  1. The Obsidian Series 250D is Corsair's first Mini-ITX case
  2. Fully windowed panels expose Corsair's Graphite Series 760T enclosure
  3. Elite 110 is a $50 Mini-ITX case from Cooler Master
  4. Be Quiet's Dark Rock Pro 3 CPU cooler is beautifully sinister
  5. Lepa splashes color coatings on its CPU coolers
  6. Thermaltake goes small (ish) with Urban SD1 case
  7. Cooler Master demos ultra-wide case, new Silencios, passive heatsink
  8. Silverstone shows plethora of new cases

CPUs and GPUs

  1. Nvidia's Tegra K1 SoC has Denver CPU cores, Kepler graphics
  2. AMD sheds more light on Kaveri, announces new mobile Radeons
  3. New mobile Radeon R5 M230, R9 M290X look similar to 8000M series
  4. New PowerColor PCS+ R9 290-series cards have humongous heatsinks
  5. Mini-ITX MSI board teases socketed Kabini APUs
  6. Lucid GameXtend conserves power with just-in-time frame delivery


  1. Lenovo intros 4K monitors priced at $799, $1199
  2. Philips intros 4K and G-Sync monitors
  3. 27'' Asus monitor has $799 price tag, G-Sync support
  4. Asus PB287Q serves up 4K panel for $799
  5. VESA adding USB 3.0, power deliver to DisplayPort spec
  6. $699 asking price attached to Dell's affordable 4K monitor

Keyboards and mice

  1. SteelSeries's Sensei gaming mouse goes wireless
  2. Cherry MX RGB switches give Corsair keyboard technicolor glow
  3. This Cooler Master keyboard lights up keys as you type
  4. EVGA shows ambidextrous gaming mice


  1. Lenovo intros high-PPI ThinkPad X1 Carbon, new convertibles
  2. Windows, Android collide in Asus' Transformer Book Duet convertible
  3. Mini Asus tablets have Atom internals
  4. Seven notebook vendors signed on to use Intel's RealSense 3D camera
  5. Intel's Edison is a dual-core computer the size of an SD card
  6. Samsung's PRO tablet lineup includes two 12.2'' slates


  1. MSI shows sub-$60 Mini-ITX mobo with Bay Trail-D onboard
  2. MSI's new Socket FM2+ boards are primed for Kaveri

Steam machines and SteamOS

  1. Zotac shows tiny Steam machine prototype
  2. 13 hardware vendors working on Steam machines
  3. Gigabyte's Brix Pro mini PC has quad-core Haswell with GT3e graphics
  4. Valve outlines specs, prices for retail Steam machines
  5. SteamOS gets support for AMD, Intel graphics
  6. Tiny Steam machine with AMD guts coming from Maingear


  1. LaCie Sphère combines high-end silverware, USB storage
  2. Seagate's 4TB portable hard drive requires only USB power
  3. 19-nm flash, PCI Express connectivity populate Plextor's M6 SSD family
  4. Corsair's new USB thumb drive has full-size-, Micro-USB ports


  1. Zotac's Zbox nano ID67 is tiny, has Haswell inside
  2. Project Christine is Razer's modular PC concept


  1. Audience's eS700 Series audio chip is always listening
  2. Diamond shows $40 external sound card with volume knob
  3. Micron provides DDR4 details for servers, high-end desktops
Tip: You can use the A/Z keys to walk threads.
View options

This discussion is now closed.