Hey, guys. I hope you enjoyed our CES coverage, which was more prolific than ever this year. Amazing what a team of several guys can do with the right tools and some hard work. Thanks to Geoff and Cyril for keeping up with the notes I was sending. I think we may have a few more stories to cover today. I'll flip through my notes to see.
By the way, if you don't follow me on Twitter, you missed a harrowing tale of pants lost and new pants discovered last week. Fix that so you don't miss out again.
We'll be doing a CES wrap-up Thursday evening at 9:30PM ET on the TR Podcast, which we'll stream live on Twitch. You can follow us on Twitch to get a notice when we go live, or you can just subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified when we post the final video there.
|Synaptics' Clear ID fingerprint sensor feels like the way of the future||16|
|Use InSpectre to see if you're protected from Meltdown and Spectre||9|
|David Kanter dissects Intel's 22-nm FinFET Low Power process tech||2|
|TPCast's second-gen wireless VR adapter can deal with 8K streams||6|
|Be Quiet cranks its Straight Power PSUs to 11||11|
|Cherry MX Low Profile RGB switches arrive in the Ducky Blade Air||19|
|Nothing Day Shortbread||14|
|Here's all of TR's CES 2018 coverage in one place||7|
|Intel Core i5-8500 appears in SiSoft database||6|
|There's finally an SSD with a Quad-Damage feature! Unfortunately it's self-inflicted quad damage.||+23|