Tuesday, 4 Jan 2011
Lexar has announced the industry's first 128 GB Class 10 SDXC (Extended Capacity) memory card. A 64 GB version is also announced at the same time. Both cards are speed rated at 133x, guaranteeing a minimum transfer speed of 20 MB/s, and will be available in first quarter 2011.
Gigabyte launches GA-E350N-USB3 at CES 2011. Featuring AMD Fusion Technology with DirectX 11, SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0), SATA 6Gbps and an HDMI interface, its the latest edition to Gigabyte's small form factor HPTC motherboard range.
While there's been no official minimum requirements being laid out by Google, PC Magazine has gotten word from the director of Enspert that the tablet-optimized Google Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, requires a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor.
CES 2011 starts this week and it's looking like a deluge of tablets as firms finally show off products designed to compete with Apple's iPad.
Samsung has announced the development of DDR4 DRAM modules based on the 30nm manufacturing process. Claiming their feat to be first in the industry, the DDR4 DRAM module is able to achieve higher data transfer rates, with lower power requirements.
Monday, 3 Jan 2011
Breffo announces the Spiderpodium tablet stand, which will be showcased at the CES 2011.
Google is currently in talks with major publishers such as Conde Nast and many more to bring these publishers' content onto the digital front.
ECS plans on launching environmental friendly MB40/50 series notebook, eBook Reader, and Tablet PC at CES 2011.
Sparkle announces the second independently produced graphics card - GeForce GTX 570 V-Go.
Friday, 31 Dec 2010
LucidLogix, the company that made mixing AMD and NVIDIA graphics in a multi-card configuration possible, has announced a new software technology to switch between integrated and discrete graphics in notebooks.