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Wednesday, 31 Oct 2012
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Tuesday, 30 Oct 2012
This selection includes Fujitsu's convertible tablet PC Lifebook T902, 10.1-inch tablet Stylistic Q572 and 13.3-inch technology flagship Lifebook SH782.
Catering for automatic two-sided printing with the ability to print up to A3 sizes, the device supports wired and wireless networking, and also features both web and mobile connectivity with a range of cloud printing and scanning features like Airprint and Google Cloud.
Sony today announced a broadened and deepened lineup of 4K-capable equipment that will simplify the creation of a wide variety of 4K productions, including (but not limited to) two new CineAlta 4K cameras – PMW-F55 and PMW-F5, a HXR-IFR5 interface unit, and a 30-inch 4096 x 2160 resolution monitor - PVM-X300.
With a 10m wireless range, the large 3.5-inch Windows 8 compatible touchpad with multi-touch navigation makes vertical and horizontal scrolling intuitive.
Designed for the Windows 8 and Windows RT platform, the range of touch-optimized convertibles announced include the IdeaPad Yoga series, ThinkPad Twist S230u, and the ThinkPad Tablet 2.
Targeted at new gamers, Cougar's latest RX power supply series comes in a classic color mix of black and orange-red with a 14cm fan to expel heat with a lower rotating speed and lower noise. The fan also has the ability to adjust its RPM automatically according to its current temperature.
Seagate has announced that all of its external storage devices are now compatible with the new Windows 8 in addition to the current Windows 7/Vista/XP.
Google just unveiled the Nexus 4, Nexus 10, Android 4.2, 32GB Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi) and 3G variant. Hit the link to find out more.
Titan, touted as the world's first open-source supercomputer, made its debut at the Oak Ridge Labs in the United States. Titan is 20 times faster than Jaguar, its predecessor, as the former is capable of a peak performance of 20 petaflops - 20 million billion floating-point operations per second.