Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
Intel gave us an update of Thunderbolt technology's latest development in the industry today. However, not all devices are supported on the PC (yet).
Monday, 4 Jun 2012
Backed by the ECS Nonstop Certification, the card comes with a specifically-designed five heatpipe cooler, providing for better heat dissipation as compared to graphics cards from previous generations. It also features two new Anti-aliasing Modes, FXAA and TXAA, for smoother graphics with a minimal performance impact, and much more.
Part desktop AIO, part tablet, the ASUS Transformer AIO features an 18.4-inch, 10-point touch LED-backlit display and is powered by two operating systems in its sleek package. Choose between Windows 8 and Android seamlessly; ASUS has broken new ground by offering possibly the largest tablet now!
We check out the Gigabyte GA-X79S-UP5 WIFI motherboard at Computex 2012 which promises to help professionals build their dream workstations at a fraction of the cost.
Produced in collaboration with LG Display, the smartphone comes equipped with a 4.5-inch "True HD IPS" display, offering advanced resolution, brightness, and clarity. Powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, it runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform (upgradeable to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich) and enables content sharing seamlessly via HDMI and DLNA.
Aimed at gamers, the Fibernet Raptor is a fiber broadband plan which promises dedicated features including a 50% speed boost in bandwidth speeds. Connecting to four elite international transit providers and providing instant access to over 60 peering partners, users get to enjoy exclusive content via dedicated best routes and lowest ping times.
SingTel today announced the launch of Singapore's first 4G service for smartphone users. The new Flexi and iFlexi plans will offer data bundles from 2GB to 12GB with excess charges revised to S$5.35 per GB and a data cap of S$88 per month.
Sony announces a range of offerings across four series of notebooks, including the VAIO T, which marks Sony's debut entry into the Ultrabook market.
Kingston has introduced their new HyperX dual-channel kits built specially for the new Intel third generation Core i7 and i5 processors. Kingston HyperX memory is available in 16GB and 8GB kits of two at 1600MHz, 2133MHz, 2400MHz and soon to be speedy 2666MHz frequencies.
When Ultrabooks were first released, it was still relatively easy to identify them. However, manufacturers are releasing even more form factors these days which has led to quite a bit of confusion. Thankfully, Intel has stepped in to clarify just what it takes to be labelled an Ultrabook.