Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
QNAP Announces All Turbo NAS Series are Now Compatible with Hitachi and Seagate 3TB SATA Hard Drives
QNAP provides a comprehensive list of all products that are now compatible with Hitachi and Seagate 3TB SATA Hard Drives.
Gigabyte announces a new series of redesigned Intel 6 motherboards featuring the new B3 stepping. They also unveils the X58A-OC Motherboard designed by and geared for extreme overclockers.
MSI gives instructions to end users on how to exchange their faulty B2 MB for a free SATA3 card along with listing their models which already carry the latest Intel 6 series B3 stepping up.
Sonyâ€™s latest detachable USB Charger boasts an increased capacity and the ability to charge two portable devices at the same time.
Integrated with advanced techniques and new features, ASRock HTPC series deliver the home entertainment experience in a myriad of ways.
The new toolkit from NVIDIA for CUDA allows for unified virtual addressing, GPU-to-GPU communication and enhanced C++ template libraries which enable more developers to take advantage of GPU computing.
New ASUS Wavi Xtion redefines PC-based gaming and home entertainment with intuitive gesture input in full high definition. Users will now be able to access specific content generated for the new motion sensing PC while also being able to enjoy other PC games where the keyboard controls have been remapped into motion gestures.
Sapphire introduces a new line of graphics cards along with a new range of mini-PCs. The graphics cards include the Eyefinity technology making them usable with multiple screens, while the mini-PCs are only half a liter in volume along with many more features.
Samsung is making an aggressive move into the tablet space, and word has it that the Korean company has another tablet on the horizon - an 8.9-inch tablet running Google Android 3.0 might be revealed at CTIA 2011.
Well, it didn't take too long, but spare parts site iFixit has a teardown of the new Apple MacBook Pro and its juicy Intel Sandy Birdge innards.