Google kicked off its annual I/O developer conference this evening with a host of announcements on the future of its two biggest brands: Android and Chrome.
Lian-Li was one of the largest PC exhibitors at CeBIT, with a wide booth containing an example of what seemed to be each case in their far-reaching lines.
Zotac were at CeBIT showing off a new unnamed entrant in their line of ZBOX net-tops – massively tiny PCs that cram an impressive amount of power into a chassis that you can literally fit in your pocket.
I hadn’t heard of Sharkoon before I was sent one of their FireGlider gaming mice to review, but they quickly made a believer out of me with the mouse’s excellent combination of a low price and clever design, delivering a mouse that dispensed with fancy features to focus on the essentials.
Verbatim were on hand at CeBIT with a full range of storage solutions, from mobile formats like CompactFlash and USB drives, to more recent entries in the SSD market.
Achieva are a Korean company offering a range of displays, from portable 7″ and 9.7″ units to high grade 27″ and 30″ monitors for gaming and professional use.
FSP was one of the many manufacturers with new gear on show at CeBIT this year, focusing most of its attention on the new additions to the Aurum series of power supplies.