CES 2010 CoverageBosco - January 6, 2010
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This year Samsung showed off a lot of displays, as well as a few other items, such as memory and notebooks. The entrance to their booth was very impressive, with a huge array of displays and mirrors. They showcased several of their new screens, including incredibly flat televisions and, as the trend is here at CES this year, 3D displays that utilize AMOLED technology (Active Matrix OLED).
Samsung also showed off some of their memory modules, both DDR2 and DDR3. As the graph shows, the DDR3 runs a lot cooler than the DDR2 counterpart, partly thanks to the lower voltage and smaller die size. The RAM displays were pretty impressive, with 12 sticks in the DDR2 setup. They also showed off some of their green memory and SSDs, including a 100GB and 50GB version in a 2.5" form factor.