CES 2012 CoverageBosco - January 19, 2012
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Zalman also had a 3D dual monitor setup showing an aquarium scene. In order to get the 3D view, a pair of 3D glasses and sitting at a proper viewing height were required.
There were also two optical and one laser mouse on display. From left to right in the picture are the ZM-M200, ZM-M100, and ZM-GM1. The ZM-M200 goes up to 1000DPI and features five buttons. The ZM-M100 also has 1000DPI, but only three buttons. The ZM-GM1 features DPI that is adjustable from 800 to 6000, and seven programmable buttons. An adjustable weight system and teflon feet should allow you to move around with all the needed freedom when playing your favorite games.
There were also a pair of new external hard drive cases. The ZM-VE300 and ZM-HE130 both feature USB3.0 with maximum transfer rates of 5Gbps, with full backwards compatibility with USB2.0 and USB1.1. Both feature an aluminum body and one touch backup and safe removal. The ZM-VE300 also features a small screen with convenient and intuitive menus. The Zalman representative did tell us that these external cases aren't yet available in the United States.