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Tuesday, 5 Mar 2013
EA has announced that, after a 10-year hiatus, SimCity is back with the series creators at Maxis and it's delivering the most immersive and personal SimCity experience ever, where players can create and destroy the cities of their imaginations.
Enermax has introduced their Triathlor series of PSUs, the successor to the Modu82+ series. The Triathlor series consists of two versions: Triathlor and Triathlor FC, which come in a classic black housing and include the highest capacity Japanese capacitors.
NVIDIA has announced four new Kepler-based Quadro professional graphics cards aimed at the volume market versus the specialist one that is targeted by the high-end Quadro K5000 card. Read on to uncover the technical details of these new Quadro graphics cards!
Sporting a 3.7-inch sapphire crystal screen, the Vertu Ti is powered by a Snapdragon S4 1.7GHz dual-core processor, and runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform. Other features include an 8-megapixel rear camera, secure NFC technology, and 64MB internal memory.
Nikon has announced three new Coolpix cameras, including one superzoom capable of 26x optical zoom as well as a new FX lens that covers a wide focal length of 80-400mm.
Nikon has just announced the Coolpix A, a compact camera with a DX-format sensor, the same sensor size found in its entry to mid-range DSLR cameras. The Coolpix A comes with a fixed 18.5mm (28mm equivalent) f/2.8 prime lens.
Philips is introducing its Room to Room Docking Speaker DS3205 and Bedroom Docking Speaker DS1155, which are the first of a series of Philips Docking Speakers to sport Apple's new 8-pin digital Lightning connector.
The Fractal Design Core 1000 USB 3.0 casing comes with the ability to support long graphics cards up to 350mm in length, thanks to the innovative vertical HDD mounting bracket.
Zotac has announced the StreamBox and RAIDbox accessories to help share digital audio, video, and image files.
Monday, 4 Mar 2013
Thanks to Sculpteo's innovative 3D printing technology, smartphone and tablet users can make their own digital pieces of art and create real pottery themselves which they can display at home.