Wednesday, 26 Jan 2011
A battery made out of paper sounds incredible. A paper battery that recharges from the air moisture sounds even more plausible. But this is apparently very real from the researchers at CENIMAT.
So you know the relatively new Nikon D7000 and the rumors about the camera using a Sony sensor? Yeah, it's no longer a rumor, as this tear down reveals.
ASUS has launched an entire range of DirectCU II-enhanced graphics cards that include the latest technologies from both AMD and NVIDIA GPU rosters. The graphics cards not only have copper heat pipes, but include custom coolers fitted with two 80mm or 100mm sound-dampened fans.
Razer launches the Razer Ferox, a tiny but mighty stereo speaker set, which promises powerful sound in a portable form factor.
Gainward is now providing four different customized graphics card models with greater specifications and higher performance than ever before.
The new Arc mini case, which will be available in April, create a niche of their own; a combination of stellar performance and cooling options with stylish, minimalistic looks and an overall understated elegance.
Tuesday, 25 Jan 2011
The MX-GX is the slimmest quad-channel USB 3.0 flash drive on the market and it will be available in worldwide retail and e-tail starting Monday, February 14th.
RAIDON announces a new line of 3.5 inch External Storage devices utilizing the newer and faster USB 3.0 ports so as to offer users faster and more efficient data storage.
Gigabyte introduced T1125, the third-generation swivel 11.6-inch touch screen Booktop and first of its kind in the industry that creatively combines the advantage of a tablet PC and docking technology in 2010.
Panasonic adds a string of digital cameras to its Lumix series including the DMC-TZ20, DMC-TZ18, DMC-FX77, and DMC-FT3.