- Reads from WWW
Monday, 9 Jan 2012
ASUS has launched its new graphics card featuring the Radeon HD 7970 GPU. The 28nm GPU is coupled with 3GB of GDDR5 for high memory bandwidth requirements. The card is also one of the first to feature a PCIe Gen3 interface that will potentially remove data bottlenecks between the GPU and CPU.
Toshiba reveals a 10-inch tablet at CES 2012 that is even thinner and lighter than Apple's iPad 2.
Motorola Mobility has announced two new smartphones to launch this spring in Europe, Latin America and China.
ASUS UK has confirmed on its Facebook page that the first generation Eee Pad Transformer and Slider will be getting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update soon.
The new BryteWerks Model One is a device that takes convergence to the next level. Boating an LCD panel, touch controls, projector and home theater PC capabilities, it is a one-stop entertainment machine everyone would love.
Friday, 6 Jan 2012
Lenovo will be showcasing its latest Ultrabook under the ThinkPad branding at CES 2012. Available in Q3 2012 (in line with Intel's Ivy Bridge launch), the ThinkPad T430u will come with a starting price of US$849.
Toshiba Japan has indicated that it will be showcasing the world's thinnest and lightest tablet and Ultrabook at CES 2012. Details are scarce at the moment, but the Japanese company will also be demonstrating a prototype waterproof tablet with a wireless charging feature.
Tablets and smartphones have benefited from Corning's tough and resilient Gorilla Glass displays. It's no surprise that the company will be showcasing an improved version, dubbed Gorilla Glass 2, at CES 2012.
The Aakash, a tablet that costs less than US$50 to build and easy to deploy, has the potential to connect "the next billion" people from third world countries. Just how popular is it? 1.4 million pre-orders in two weeks. Numbers like that haven't been heard of since the iPad 2 launch.
You already know that Windows 8 allows itself to be navigated in a myriad of ways. You've got touch input, pen input, trackpad input and of course mouse input. Now, thanks to Swedish eye-tracking experts Tobii, we can add eye-navigation into that list as well, with the Tobii Gaze.