Friday, 23 Nov 2012
Gigabyte has just announced details of test results that confirm three of its Thunderbolt-enabled Intel Z77 motherboards support 4K resolution video displays. The testing carried out at the company's testing facility in Japan on an Eizo FDH3601 4K display.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is not only getting the Android 4.1 update, it is also getting a Premium Suite upgrade which consists of multi-window, air view, quick command, easy clip, enhanced handwriting, enhanced S Note, photo note and paper artist. Hit the link to find out more.
Win App Update has announced that Microsoft's new Windows 8 Store has surpassed the 20,000 apps mark, which translate to a growth rate of close to 500 new apps a day.
Slides that contain the details of Intel's next generation Atom SoC processors have been leaked. The new 22nm Atom processors are called Valleyview-T and features four cores with no support for hyperthreading.
Rumors have surfaced suggesting that Microsoft is working on a cut-down version of the Xbox. The device is reportedly a set-top box equipped with casual gaming and online streaming support.
A leaked press image of the international version of HTC J Butterfly (also known as Droid DNA in the U.S) suggests that the 5-inch Android smartphone may be hitting global markets soon.
Thursday, 22 Nov 2012
TUL has added the PowerColor PCS+ HD7870 Myst. Edition to its PCS+ HD7870 series. The advanced version of the PCS+ series comes with evolution GPU design and solid-built "Gold Power Kit" onboard, allowing for stable power efficiency even at full load.
The Nikon 1 V2 will be available at SITEX 2012 starting today thru Sunday, with only limited sets available at Nikon's dealer stores. Available in black and white, prices start from S$1,299 to S$1,549.
Toshiba has extended its storage portfolio to include the Canvio Slim, as well as the Canvio Desk: 2.5- and 3.5-inch external hard drives respectively.
Reports have been coming in of the Nikon D600's tendency to accumulate dust on its sensor. Photographer Kyle Clemens bought a brand new D600, and the first thing he did with the camera was to investigate the problem for himself. The results show a clear accumulation of dust on the camera's sensor over time.