Wednesday, 25 Jul 2012
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has released new USB Power Delivery specifications, which will enable USB ports to deliver up to 100W of power. This development may potentially eliminate the need for proprietary power adapters to charge laptops and power connected electronics devices.
Tuesday, 24 Jul 2012
ASUS has just announced the local availability of its ROG Maximus V Formula motherboard, based on the Intel Z77 Express chipset, with its exclusive Fusion Thermo hybrid water and air-cooled heatsink for the CPU VRM components. Read on to find out about the board's technical and pricing details.
With a ultra-portable slide design, the rugged Supersonic Rage XT comes with plug-and-play compatibility. Available in capacities of 32GB and 64GB, it is backed by a 5-year warranty.
Get a free copy of Dirt Showdown for your PC with any purchase of participating products from ASUS. This offer is valid till 30 April this year and it requires online Steam access. Find out how to enjoy this great offer from ASUS here.
Featuring the same 18-megapixel APS-C image sensor and Digic 5 image processor which the new EOS 650D DSLR houses, it offers Live View autofocus and 1080p30 video recording. Fundamentally, the Canon EOS M is a condensed version of the EOS 650D.
TechCrunch has verified that the Cupertino company will be replacing the current 30-pin port with a smaller 19-pin port, one that is similar in size to the Thunderbolt port available on MacBook devices. Reuters has confirmed this.
According to DonanimHaber, Intel is preparing to launch its Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition in Q4 in its efforts to refresh its Sandy Bridge-E offerings. This new CPU is expected to replace the current Core i7-3960X. Read on for further details about this new processor.
VMware has acquired Nicira for US$1.25 billion in cash and equity, adding technology that helps networks run more efficiently to its portfolio of products.
Mr Demos Parneros, President of U.S. Retail for Staples Inc, has given word that Amazon has plans to introduce as many as six new tablets soon, including a 10-inch model. It is unclear if he is referring to variations of the Kindle Fire, or a combination of Kindle e-book readers and tablets.
According to a report from Reuters based on information from an executive at Staples, Amazon might be releasing a 10-inch version of the Kindle Fire during their next launch.