Not content with all the buzz surrounding ATI’s Evergreen cards, nVidia will be sending out samples for their next-generation DX11 cards in late September. More details next page.
It’s been a long time coming, but AMD is finally going to add to the tri-core line-up (which is nothing but Phenom II X4 with one core disabled). The new product in question is Phenom II X3 740 – running at 3.0 GHz, with a total of 1.5 MB L2 + 6MB L3 cache.
NEC Asia held their Business and Technology Convention 2009 this morning and introduced their latest products which include the with ultra-narrow bezel, stackable projectors as well as NP4100 and NP4100W projectors.
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.
Worried that your Transcend USB flash drives won’t work with the upcoming Windows 7? Well, the manufacturer has just got their JetFlash USB drives to be certified to work with the new operating system. Read more about the news release.
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.
Even though the WD TV Mini was announced last week, the manufacturer held a product launch this afternoon for the local media at the Conrad Centennial hotel. The TV Mini supports most video formats and will be retailing at S$129.
Today, Samsung has a media event at their showroom, announcing seven digital cameras and three camcorders which include the ST550 and ST500 digital cameras with dual LCD touch-sensitive screens for picture taking.
ATI Eyefinity technology is something pretty cool that will be available the upcoming Radeon HD 5800 series. It allows you to extend your game view across 3 displays like the Matrox TripleHead2Go except that it gonna be much more powerful. That’s over 12 megapixels at 2560 x 1600 resolution for the ultimate gaming experience. It
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
Fudzilla reports that Intel is all set to launch a new Core 2 Quad product based on the now aging Yorkfield. The CPU to be launched is a Core 2 Quad 9500, which is clocked at 2.83 Ghz, very much like it’s elder sibling, the Q9550. More details next page.
Lian-Li has launched the PC-B25F midi tower chassis, a hair-line brushed all aluminum chassis based on the original PC-B25 “Blue Ring” classic. It is now completely tool-less; a PSU Bracket with tool-less clasp, 3x ODD 5.25” bays with mounting bar, PCI brackets with tool-less clip and HDD bays with tool-less bracket. Thermal wise, it has front
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
Jon Peddie Research reports that graphics AIBs (discrete graphic cards) are showing signs of recovery after bottoming out in Q4 ’08. In what is traditionally the weak quarter, Q2, 16.81 million units were sold, rising from 16.32 and 15.20 in Q1’09 and Q4’08 respectively. There was no major surprise, however, as sales are still down
OCZ today unveiled the OCZ Agility EX Series featuring speeds, up to 255MB/s read and 195MB/s write speeds, 64MB of onboard cache, and performance optimization to keep the drives at peak performance. OCZ will initially release the Agility EX in a 60(64)GB solution with an MSRP of $399 and a 3-year warranty.
Sources indicate that Nokia, with its recent announced netbook, the Nokia Booklet 3G, will also be offering an ARM-based smartbook. Its initial batch is most likely to outsource the production to either Compal Electronics or Foxconn Electronics
AMD’s next generation architecture, codenamed Bulldozer, will feature a multi-threading system, Xbitlabs reports. However, AMD claims that Bulldozer’s multi-threading is different from the simultaneous multi-threading (SMT) available with Intel’s HyperThreading. More details next page.
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.