Monday, 20 Feb 2012
Reports that a 10-inch next-gen Kindle Fire will make its rounds in Q2 after rife speculations that Amazon is looking into releasing an updated 7-inch version and a brand new 9-inch model have surfaced, according to China Times.
Windows 8 has already marked a change in direction for Microsoft and now the software giants have unveiled a new logo to go with the upcoming operating system.
Just before Mobile World Congress 2012 goes into full gear next week, LG unveiled the Optimus Vu which was teased earlier. From all perspectives, this Android smartphone with a 5-inch IPS display is looking to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note.
ASUS may be launching another Eee Pad Transformer model, known by its codename TF300T in the coming months. It is tipped to come with the same Tegra 3 quad-core processor as the Transformer Prime but adopts a plastic back instead.
Apple's next generation iPad model is said to sport a slightly new design with more tapered edges and sports a 8-megapixel rear camera. It is also confirmed to have a 2048 x 1536 Retina display.
Friday, 17 Feb 2012
ASRock partners with Creative to introduce the Game Blaster that supports the Scout Mode technology, which enables gamers to hear their enemies from a further distance, giving them the edge over their opponents.
The 450W, 550W, and 650W models in its desktop lineup utilizes simple 120mm ball-bearing fans controlled by proprietary Thermal Manage and CircuitShield, which operates at minimal noise even at full load.
Canon announces three new digital compact cameras, including the flagship PowerShot G1 X. The successor to the PowerShot G12 comes with the largest image sensor ever seen in a compact camera, which rivals the size of sensors found in Micro Four Thirds cameras.
RAIDON will be announcing its latest HyBrid Drive, Runner series, which uses SSD as an accessing cache to efficiently accelerate the performance of HDDs.
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