Fudzilla reports that ATI’s Evergreen card will end up “1.6 times faster” (Read: 1.6 times as fast, please read update below) than the previous generation HD 4870. It is not mentioned which card exactly in the Evergreen family – but we will assume Cypress XT, which is the direct successor to the HD 4870. The
Mr. Demerjian, perhaps Nvidia’s harshest critic, reports that Nvidia is going to continue their notorious policy of rebranding GPUs between generations, yet again. While the GT300 products are on schedule for a Q4 ’09 launch and previews in September, the announced derivatives are nowhere to be seen. On the other hand, if all goes according
The time has come – EOS 7D by Canon. Before we are getting excited here, this isn’t official material yet but leaked on a Chinese forum. Official word may come soon. Lets take a closer look at the specs mentioned in the forum. They look interesting.
Local manufacturer PROLiNK has recently announced their new netbook product which comes in the form of Glee TA-009. Let’s see how good it is compared to the other mini notebook PCs/netbooks in the market.
Nokia has announced their new N900 with the updated Linux-based Maemo 5 software. Maemo 5 allows users to have multiple application windows running simultaneously while still offering cellular features, touch screen and QWERTY keyboard.
Titan has recently released a new heatpipe cooler, the SKALLI (TTC-NC05TZ/NPW), providing support for Intel core i5 and i7 processors. The SKALLI builds on the strengths of its predecessor, the FENRIR (TTC-NK85TZ). With its two 8 mm “direct contact technology” heat pipes, it reportedly increases thermal conductivity by 20%, thereby increasing the over-clocking potential of
Thermolab, a Korean thermal solutions manufacturer, has released a new heatsink named BADA this week. For now, details are scarce. From what we gather, the Thermolab BADA heatsink is compatible with sockets 775, 1366, AM2/AM3 processors, weighs in at 597grams, measures 95x115x135mm, has a heat dissipation area of 6690cm2 and has three pairs of copper
In 2008, Microsoft canceled Windows Movie Maker. In anticipation of Windows 7’s release arrives Windows Live Movie Maker (henceforth referred to as “WLMM”), the official replacement to Windows Movie Maker, available for free download as a Windows Live software. Without further ado, let’s check this neat software out now.
ECS today announced the launch of the P55H-A Black Series motherboard for Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. Features include 4x DDR3 slots @1333MHz, an eSATA port, IDE SATA with RAID 0,1,5 & 10, 8x USB external ports + 6x USB internal, 8 Channel Realtek AL888S HD Audio with SPDIF out, Gigabit LAN, 2x PCIe x16 slots
The S Series Walkman is the latest addition to Sony’s line of video MP3 player, and this new portable device comes with high-quality integrated speakers for users to share their favorite songs.
Creative Sound Blaster Wireless for iTunes makes iTune or MP3 songs sounds nicer using their X-Fi audio technology. Coupled with a Creative Wireless Receiver, it allows users to wirelessly connect the PC or Mac to speakers or headphones when they listen to their iTunes or MP3 music. It enables users to select up to 4 specific rooms where
OCZ has announced six 2x2GB DDR3 RAM kits for the upcoming Lynnfield Core i7/i5 CPUs. According to OCZ, they have been tailor-made for the P55 platform, which means they will also be supported by the subsequent Clarksfield Core i5/i3 dual-core CPUs releasing in Q1 ’10, also based on the LGA-1156 socket. More details next page.
Yes, you heard right. Mobile phone maker Nokia has unveiled their new Booklet 3G netbook which is powered by Intel Atom processor and features Wi-Fi, integrated mobile broadband, Bluetooth and assisted GPS (A-GPS).
ASUS has announced the launch of their first multimedia speaker series, called uBoom, with two models – uBoom and uBoom Q sound-bar – designed to provide superior audio entertainment to the users.
How do the many solid state drives in the market stack up? We ran some benchmarks, and here are the results…
Today, MSI announced their new 16-inch Bravo EX628 entertainment notebook PC for users who want superb experience in gaming and watching their movies, and also 41 notebook models that are Microsoft Windows 7 certified. Read on to find out more about the announcements.
With speculations all over the net, Dell’s Smartphone have made an official appearance in China. Branded Mini 3i, things are starting to get interesting here for Dell as the Mini 3i is on-hand as part of the launch of China Mobile’s new Application Platform that offers music, video, and app downloads to various mobile phone
While most mini notebook PCs/netbooks manufacturers are moving from 8 to 10-inch size, Suzuki recently came up with their 7.1-inch netbook with touchscreen display. No, you didn’t hear wrongly. Suzuki, as we know, produce cars and motorbikes, but they do have computers too.
If you are looking for a Bluetooth headset to use with your mobile phone, check out this Plantronics. The company today announced the availability of their stylish Voyager PRO Bluetooth headset which boasts noise and wind cancellation and clear audio.
Sony Singapore has announced the new 32-inch BRAVIA T (T550A) LCD TV that features two speakers, as well as BRAVIA Engine 3, Live Colour, and Intelligent Picture technologies for superb audio and visual performance.