Silverstone at CES 2018 showcased a slew of new products for the consumer market. Some of them are a relatively known quantity - the company showcased their Strider Platinum line of PSUs, a modular affair ranging from 550 W up to 1200 W of power delivery capacity. These ship with 80+ Platinum ratings, and have some impressive specs.
Besides the Strider Platinum Series PSUs, Silverstone showcased their VT03 micro-STX form factor case, powered by Intel, and a 2.3 liters capacity over a 211 x 66 x 166 mm plastic and steel body. Connectivity-wise, there's the usual USB 2.0 (x2), USB 3.0 (1x), USB 3.0 Type-C (1x), and others.
Moving on, Silverstone also showcased their hard-surface QIP01 mouse pad, which features wireless Qi charging for the mice that support that functionality, saving users from having to either charge their mouse from time to time, or having it wired.
Silverstone showcased their Mammoth external HDD enclosure, which features IP68 dust and water protection, which is aimed at a 2.5" drive, and enables an external USB 3.1 Gen2 connection.