Friday, 25 Mar 2011
Lenovo announced the ThinkCentre M91 and M91p desktops designed to give large businesses the highest levels of performance, security and manageability.
Unlike its projectors in the VPL-E Series such as the existing VPL-EX120, VPL-EX145 and the VPL-EX175, the VPL-EW130 can present images in native WXGA resolution on a widescreen, allowing projection in a wider display range compared to XGA resolution.
NXP launched a new application which allows Android smartphone users to use their NFC-enabled handset to create their own NFC tags.
ASUS presents the GTX 590, which uses dual NVIDIA GF110 cores and presents more graphics processing output than any single-board product developed to date.
Zotac reveals the GeForce GTX 590 graphics card - the world's fastest graphics card capable of delivering extreme visual clarity and mind-boggling frame rates.
RIM has officially announced that the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook's Java engine will support both BlackBerry Java and Google Android apps.
Foremay has introduced its first disk-on-chip solid state hard drive into its OC177 SSD product family offering.
Gigabyte officially announces the availability of the 3TB+ Unlock Utility that allows Gigabyte motherboards without Hybrid EFI Technology to recognize and use unallocated space on new 3TB and larger hard disc drives (HDDs).
MSI launches N590GTX-P3D3GD5, adopting dual GeForce GTX 500 GPUs with 1024 CUDA Cores and 3GB/768bits GDDR5 memory.
Google says it will delay the distribution of its newest Android source code, dubbed Honeycomb, at least for the foreseeable future.