NVIDIA will preview its upcoming NVIDIA nForce(TM) core- logic solutions for Intel CPUs, including support for NVIDIA(R) SLI graphics technology, at the IDF this week. Drew Henry, general manager of MCP business at NVIDIA, will also deliver a keynote address for IDF, being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, on Tuesday, March 1,
Hitachi GST and Silicon Image today announced plans to conduct a 3 Gb/s SATA performance and interoperability demonstration at this week’s IDF in San Francisco, Calif. Hitachi led the industry with its recent introduction of a 500 GB SATA drive, delivering 3 Gb/s data transfer rates and other performance-enhancing features. The demonstrations in both the
HIS today announced the introduction of the HIS X850XT PE (Platinum Edition), X850XT, X850XL and X800 AGP cards. Extended the most extreme gaming graphics card ever created in PCIe version, with up to 16 pipelines, the fastest frame rates and ATI’s industry-leading 3D image enhancement technology. HIS X850 AGP and X800 AGP series bring further
Want a card that gives good cooling, but don’t want to sacrifice performance? This new entry level 6600 will be the answer for you.
Olympus’ i:robe IR-500 digital camera new dock and done modular concept that allows users to shoot, organise, store, share and print digital images without using a PC. 1st Olympus camera to feature a 360-degree rotating (front to back) 2.5-inch high-contrast 210,000-pixel Semi-Transmissive TFT LCD display 4MP, 2.8x optical zoom lens (or 30x total zoom including
Olympus has just announced the arrival of the m:robe MR-500i and m:robe MR-100 in Singapore. The sleek and compact m:robe MR-500i Motion Music Player puts 20GB of music and images at users fingertips with unique “No Button” touch-screen interface and MUSIC, IMAGE and MIXING Functions. RRP of the m:robe MR-500i is S$ 828 (inclusive of
AOpen has launched the new XC Cube EZ855-II based on the 855GME chipset supporting Pentium M/Celeron M processor with 533/400Mhz FSB. There are two available DIMM slots supporting PC3200/2700/2100 up to 2GB, 1 AGP 4x slot, 1 PCI slot, two ATA-100 IDE channels, IEEE1394 ×3, Realtek Gigabit LAN as well as Realtek AC’97 (5.1ch) audio.
Albatron has released the PX915PL Mainboard which features Intel’s latest generation i915PL chipset. With the PX915PL, customers will come to appreciate and embrace the performance features that a new board with the latest chipset technology brings to the market. Aside from differences in memory configurations, the Intel i915PL chipset comes with all of the performance
NEC developed a serial interface technology capable sending and receiving digital data at 12-Gbit/s is being pushed to commercialization within less than 18 months. The I/O scheme works even when transmission includes conventional cables and printed circuit board traces between the chips and could become an essential part of high-end broadband networks and high-speed computers.
Intel plans to preview the next generation of the Entertainment PC next week at the Intel Developer Forum, with heavy emphasis on audio fidelity. While the current EPC can record and process video like a PVR, it has to date lacked the auditory refinements of a stereo component. The new features are designed to address
Via plans to develop a line of chipsets for the server market this year, as the infrastructure supplier expands beyond its roots in the PC. Next week, VIA will introduce a program to place four of its C3 microprocessors in a single rack, targeting customers interested in embedded applications and in parallel processing calculations. Via
VIA announced the VIA K8N800A, a high-performance, low-power IGP chipset optimized for the upcoming AMD Turion™ 64 mobile technology, as well as the complete range of Mobile AMD Athlon™ 64 and Mobile AMD Sempron™ processors. The VIA K8N800A chipset features the S3 Graphics UniChrome Pro Integrated Graphics Processor (IGP), providing outstanding dual pipeline graphics performance
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Dell today expanded its mobile entertainment collection with the addition of four new products to the company’s product portfolio. Take the LAN party on the road with the second generation of Dell’s Inspiron(TM) XPS gaming notebook powered with NVIDIA 256MB GeForce(TM) Go 6800 Ultra graphics card. Dell customers will soon be able to take their
NVIDIA today introduced the GeForce Go 6800 Ultra mobile GPU. Available immediately, the Dell Inspiron(TM) XPS Gen2 is the first notebook with the GeForce Go 6800 Ultra mobile GPU and features unprecedented notebook gaming performance — achieving more than two times the performance of the previous Inspiron XPS, based on industry-standard benchmarks. The NVIDIA GeForce
Users of miniature MP3 players and other storage-demanding handheld consumer electronics can rejoice today as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies begins shipping its 6GB one-inch hard drive in high volume. As the leader in one-inch hard drives, Hitachi is raising the stakes by making available the new Microdrive 3K6 with a suggested retail price reduction of
Seagate announced today it is shipping the industry’s highest capacity 1-inch hard drive, a new 6GB model of its popular 1-inch ST1 Series hard drive for handheld applications. Seagate began shipping this industry-leading 6GB drive in December 2004. The 6GB Seagate ST1 Series can hold up to 150 hours — or 3,000 songs — of
SiS today announced that a series of tests on the SiS756 PCI Express chipset show that the SiS756 can enable all 16 of its PCI Express lanes and support the powerful and efficient HyperTransport 1GHz high speed transfer capabilities. The SiS756 is currently the only AMD64 platform northbridge chip that fully supports PCI Express x
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NVIDIA is anticipating that its share of the notebook GPU market, worldwide, will hit 40% in the first quarter of 2006, rising from 25% in the fourth quarter of last year. The launch of its GeForce Go 6600 mobile GPU series is expected to drive this growth. The new mobile GPU series supports such technologies