Asus unveiled lots of new gear at CES this year including computer hardware and multimedia gear. The company showed off new mainboards including the P7P55D-E and ASUS P7H57D-V. The new boards each use USB 3.0 and SATA 6GB/s technology among other things. Asus also whipped out new video cards in the Bravo Series line with integrated Splendid Plus light sensor to adjust the screen depending on the brightness in the room.
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Asus also unveiled the O!Play Air HDP-R3 device that allows the user of a PC to watch multimedia files on their TV rather than the PC screen. The device sends the content wirelessly to the TV and has a built-in memory card reader for viewing photos and video.
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Asus also unveiled a sound bar called the Cine5 Soundbar speaker for PCs. According to Asus the soundbar speaker is the first available for computers and is capable of 5.1 surround sound. Asus also showed off some new HD monitors at the show including the MS238H, MS228H, and MS208N. The screens are 16.5mm thick and range in size from 20-inches to 23-inches.
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