Stardom has an impressive showcase of NAS and SAN. A must for storage freaks to check them out.
Coolermaster has some interesting stuff showcased at their booth as we saw a Cosmo case, RealPower Pro Series, e-SATA HDD Casings, CoolViva Z1 and Pro2 VGA coolers, Hyper TX 2 and 3 CPU Coolers, Aquagate S1 and even keyboards.
Meizu has recently made some headlines to come out with design that look pretty much like an Apple iPhone but comes with very decent features too. Meizu didn’t managed to showcase Mini One at CeBIT but nonetheless their sleek looking Music Card caught our eyes. The 2GB edition will come later this month and the
Sapphire has a Quad Crossfire demo up at their booth using two X1950PRO Dual cards. There is another demo rig without graphics card probably reserved for R600 later.
Enermax has a new case with e-SATA ports along side with the usual USB ports. Certainly the popularity of eSATA has picked up pretty much that motherboard makers are making provision for more eSATA ports on their back multi-IO panel. In the future, we will start seeing cases with more eSATA ports. Enermax also has
OCZ has a pretty interesting technology product showcase called Neural Impulse Actuator (NIA) where they described it as an input device that uses brain waves signals and convert into some commands to control the PC. NIA can be used in solutions that address PC productivity and gaming applications. OCZ said they will release an affordable
OCZ has two new flash drives based on Firewire interface. The top one is the dual Firewire 400 interface flash drive where one side is Firewire 6pin and the other side is Firewire 4pin. The bottom one is the Firewire-800 counterpart and it should be really fast. Even for Firewire-400, it will perform slightly faster
EVGA has displayed their nForce 680i LT SLI board at CeBIT. You may check out our earlier article for more information on this chipset.
MSI has displayed some DX10 G84 and G86 mainstream cards with HDMI from NVIDIA over at their booth. Although G84 and G86 has no native HDMI support yet but MSI added a Silicon Image chip to their cards to provide HDMI feature. MSI chose to design the cards themselves instead of using the NVIDIA reference
It seems that ASUS has decided to enter into the audio segment with their latest Xonar D2 and D2K sound cards. The difference between Xonar D2 and D2K is the interface where D2 is on PCI and D2K is on PCI Express x1. We aren’t sure what sound chips are on those cards at this
W5Fe is a compact 12″ wide notebook with cutting-edge SideShow, external auxiliary display on the LCD cover, offers high mobility with quick and easy data access convenience. Known for its strong engineering strength, ASUS once again takes the lead into the new Vista era. RSP: S$ 3,298 (GST Included) and availability: End April. S6Fm is
ASUS revealed two upcoming PDA phones; P735 3G and P526 GPS for the Singapore market. The P735 allows users to make full use of its 3G capabilities and integrates network connectivity, video conferencing, multimedia applications and many other business functions. Its RSP is at S$ 1,298 (GST Included) and availability in April. P526 Windows Mobile
To offer users the best video and audio performance from their original media sources, ASUS has released the new range of HDMI Interfaced motherboards with HDCP compliancy – the ASUS M2A-VM HDMI motherboard. The ASUS M2A-VM HDMI motherboard also supports High-Bandwidth Digital-Content Protection (HDCP). The ASUS M2A-VM HDMI motherboard also provides support for with multiple
The LN2 demo rig is actually a prototype board called Sauternes which the ASUS R.O.G team has developed based on Intel 965P chipset. It is an improved version of Commando P965 board with an additional thermal module for better cooling. However, it won’t be going into mass production as it is just an experimental project
So far, we saw 2 live demos of the P35 boards today; one is from Foxconn and the other is from Gigabyte. Foxconn is running a P357AA-8EKRS2H board using OXCCO DDR-II 667 memories while Gigabyte is running a GA-P35T-DS3 board using Infineon DDR3 memories. Intel allows motherboard makers to display Bearlake boards during CeBIT but
Some interesting sightings over at ASUS booth where they literally drive a Lamborghini in to show the prestige of their Lamborghini notebooks. Check out our Pre-CeBIT coverage for more photos and details.
For the Part II of our Pre-CeBIT coverage, we bring you the memory makers, the cooler guys, the chassis/PSU guys, the graphics cards makers as well as some others. Watch out for our Day 1 CeBIT coverage tomorrow!
VR-Zone brings you a pre-CeBIT coverage before it is even officially opened. Check out what’s installed for you over at ASUS, ABIT, MSI, Gigabyte, Foxconn, ECS booths.
Intel is preparing to sample a 90-nm 128-Mbit phase change memory to customers in the first half of 2007. Mass production could begin before the end of 2007. The 128-Mbit had demonstrated … wait… that’s not what we’re talking about! Yes please, give me the REAL Phase Change RAMs!
NVIDIA DX10 offerings for the mainstream market are definitely not to be missed and we will be seeing them on display over at the CeBIT in 2 days time. NVIDIA is still right on schedule for G84 launch on April 17th thus beat ATi to deliver DX10 mainstream products. Now, the final core clock of