To conclude our CES 2009 coverage, we bring you the D-Box GPH-120 motion chair. Priced at $2995, this device has integrated motion actuators that allow you to feel 2Gs of acceleration. Video after the break. Click here for one more picture.
Intel’s booth at CES 2009 featured the CXC Simulations Motion Pro II racing simulator. Starting at $25,000, these systems feature multiple displays, 5.1 surround sound, force feedback, racing wheel, bucket seat, and tactile transducers. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.
Claimed to be the “Ultimate Gaming Powerstation”, the ASUS CG 6155 is not just for looks. On the inside, you’ll find an Intel Core 2 Extreme/Quad processor, 8GB of DDR3 memory, up to 4TB (1TB x 4) of storage, and discrete graphics. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.
Motorola’s AURA provides all the features — stainless steel case with chemically etched textures — you’d expect in a high-end phone, but at a hefty price ($2,000). From our hands-on time with the phone at CES 2009, we can say that it certainly feels heavier than standard handsets and boasts plenty of eye candy. Click here for one more picture.
ASUS brings its line of powerhouse desktops to the gaming world, with the Rampage II Extreme. Featuring an Intel Core i7 processor Extreme Edition, DDR3 memory, and a sleek case. Continue reading to see a video demonstration, straight from CES 2009. Click here for first picture in gallery.
The GeForce 3D Vision is NVIDIA’s first foray into the eye wear category, but it’s definitely no slouch. Early reviewers report that they “are lightweight and could still be worn comfortably over our thick-rimmed specs.” Video after the break.
A surprisingly good experience, sure, but we can’t imagine paying upwards of four benjamins for these and a compatible monitor.