TUAW TV Live: A look at CES announcements (Updated)
The Consumer Electronics Show is still in full swing in Las Vegas today, bringing more hype and product announcements in one week than you'd ever think possible. While TUAW doesn't have a presence at this annual event, our siblings at Engadget and TechCrunch have been walking the floors, doing interviews and otherwise keeping an eye on the newest in consumer electronics.
From the ridiculous to the sublime, my cohost Shawn "Doc Rock" Boyd and I will chat about what we think are some of the best announcements made this week. And of course, we'll have quite a few products to make fun of as well.
To join in to watch the live feed and participate in the chat, just click here. You'll join us on the AOL On Network. If you can't watch the entire show today, come back to this page within 24 hours to see the latest video below. Past shows are also available on the TUAW YouTube channel.
Due to some technical issues during today's episode, the video is in two parts:
Fuel, 1 TB of wireless storage for iPad, iPhone and Mac.
$199, is AirPlay compatible, uses Seagate Media App to allow you to browse and view media.
Up to five devices at once can access storage, or you can stream HD movies to three devices at the same time. Can also act as a Wi-Fi hotspot by sharing a single connection for up to four other devices.
Christofle Sphere, a $490 hand-silvered bus-powered USB hard drive. 1 TB. Way too expensive and slow.
Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2
Tiny 1 TB SSD RAID array, with two Thunderbolt 2 ports, can be set up as RAID 0 or mirrored RAID 1.
16 GB or 32 GB of storage with a 1700 mAh battery pack, $150 or $180. Available in March.
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