Tuesday, 8 Mar 2011
The new Sapphire HD 6990 is a dual GPU card, featuring the latest architecture from AMD providing massively parallel computing power for graphics and other accelerated applications.
ASUS introduces the new HD 6990 graphics card. It uses dual HD 6970 cores on one printed circuit board, doubling the power while maintaining streamlined energy draw requirements.
The RAIDON GR5630 series is the Super Speed USB3.0 external storage solution. It performs at a theoretical speed of 10 times faster than USB2.0, and supports 4 SATA hard drives for a large capacity to relieve the space concerns of daily increased data from user.
Patriot today announces the new Wildfire series solid-state drives powered by a new SandForce SSD processor. The Patriot Wildfire series obliterates expectations of storage devices and delivers enterprise-class performance to consumer desktops and notebooks.
Casio announces the release of two digital cameras - Exilim EX-TR100 and EX-ZR100.
MSI announces the AMD Radeon R6990-4PD4GD5 graphics card. It is equipped with two AMD Radeon HD6900-series graphics processors and the world's first desktop card with 4GB GDDR5 memory.
Canon announces consumer products for first half of 2011 - over 25 products ranging from compact cameras, printers, camcorders, and DSLRs.
Bloomberg reports that the Nokia Microsoft deal will see Microsoft paying Nokia over US$1 billion. That's quite a huge chunk of change.
Microsoft has created a website campaigning for net users to stop browsing the web with its dated Internet Explorer 6 browser. In a rather bizarre move, Microsoft is urging users to upgrade their browsers and to drop IE6 altogether. According to Microsoft, the website is dedicated to watching Internet Explorer 6 usage drop to less than 1% worldwide.
Western Digital and Hitachi announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement whereby WD will acquire Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi in a cash and stock transaction valued at approximately $4.3 billion.