Tuesday, 4 Jun 2013
Corsair has announced two new mid-tower PC casings - the Carbide Series Air 540 and the Carbide Series 330R.
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang personally demonstrated how the imaging processing capabilities of the Tegra 4 processor can be used to improve stylus input on Android tablets.
In addition to displaying its embedded/IPC solutions, graphics cards, and line of Intel- and AMD-based motherboards, Biostar has also presented the 2nd gen of its Puro Hi-Fi audio technology - the "Hi-Fi 3D".
In addition to introducing the Phantom 530 full-tower and H230 mid-tower casings, NZXT has announced the HALE82 V2 fully modular power supply that is compatible with Intel's Haswell processors.
On top of adding a new member to its H series of chassis yesterday, NZXT has now unveiled the Phantom 530, the successor to the Phantom chassis that was launched in 2010.
Microsoft has just shared some of the upcoming business features of Windows 8.1. And for the first time, we've confirmation that Windows 8.1 lets you boot directly to the desktop.
Google has published information on its developer dashboard revealing the distribution of Android version as well as device screen size. Both versions of Jelly Bean (4.1 and 4.2) have a combined increase of 4.6% compared to last month, though the older Gingerbread still hangs on to the top spot despite dropping 2%.
Western Digital has announced that it has began shipping the world's thinnest 7mm 1TB drive, the WD Blue.
Monday, 3 Jun 2013
ASUS unveiled its VivoMouse that is a wireless optical mouse with a top circular trackpad. When the VivoMouse is paired with the new compact ASUS VivoPC, they will make an ideal home entertainment system. The VivoPC functions as a HD media hub with the VivoMouse as the perfect wireless remote.
ASUS today announced the world's first three-in-one mobile device, the Transformer Book Trio. It can switch between a Windows 8 notebook, Android tablet and Windows 8 desktop.