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Thursday, 6 Mar 2014
Aside from its flagship N1 smartphone, Chinese phone maker Oppo will also be launching a mid-range and entry-level smartphone tomorrow. They are the 5-inch R1 and 4.7-inch Find 5 Mini which are powered by quad-core 1.3GHz processors and have 8-megapixel rear cameras.
Sporting a design that reminisces the MSI Lightning series, the new card comes with 2 x 8-pin and 1 x 6-pin power connectors on board, guaranteeing a minimum of 450W available for overclocking. Also, the TriFrozr Thermal Design has been improved to dissipate heat more efficiently from the GPU and on-board components.
Toshiba has announced new additions to its enterprise capacity HDDs, the AL13SXB and the self-encrypting AL13SXQ, while HGST has introduced its Ultrastar C15K600 family of enterprise-class HDDs.
AMD has introduced its AM1 platform that features the AMD quad-core and dual-core Kabini APU into the component channel for system builders.
We just got word from Sony Mobile Singapore that the Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet will be available in end March.
Wednesday, 5 Mar 2014
The new DataTraveler MicroDuo from Kingston allows you to increase the storage of your Android smartphone or tablet by up to 64GB.
Evernote is rolling out two significant enhancements today, to the Evernote for Windows. After the update, you'll find that sync is now speedier, and you get to annotate images inside of your notes.
Both models also feature AMD Image Enhancement technology, Power Management, and multi-monitor support with AMD Eyefinity, as well as AMD HD3D support for stereoscopic output. They also support AMD CrossFire for enhanced performance using multiple cards in a suitable CrossFire-enabled mainboard and AMD APP Acceleration.
Insured with a 5-year warranty, the new 2.5-inch SSD has its NAND and third-gen Intel controller infused for reliability, and deliver low latency and consistently high throughput. Available for pre-order, the series will be available from 18 March.
WD has expanded its prosumer personal cloud solutions with My Cloud EX2, a high-performance two-bay NAS system that's half the size of the My Cloud EX4, which was aimed at professionals and individuals with extra large volumes of data.