Tuesday, 25 Jan 2011
Today, SanDisk Corporation announced four new products which will be available in the Singapore market. They are: SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I card, SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Card, SanDisk Ultra USB, and the SanDisk Cruzer Edge USB. Sandisk is also offering security software and online backup features on USB flash drives.
MSI announces the arrival of the world's fastest notebook, the MSI GT680. Powered by Intel 2nd Generation Core i7 quad core processor and NVIDIA's high-end DirectX 11-ready GeForce GTX 460M discrete graphics card, it is three times faster than other high-end gaming notebooks.
XFX reloads reality to PC multi-media and gaming with a new graphic card - its XFX AMD Radeon HD 6950 1GB. The 1 GB DDR5 RAM is sufficient for even the most extreme gamer, and faster core speeds deliver performance for the most intense gaming scenarios.
While RIM's PlayBook is still not ready for the market, its executives are putting claims that the PlayBook will have an equal or greater battery life than Apple's iPad, even with its smaller battery cell size.
An ASUS executive has been quoted saying that motherboard prices are set to rise in 2011, due to higher labor costs in China and an increased price for copper.
Microsoft launched a marketing campaign for its reseller partners recently, hinging on the iPad's enterprise shortcomings. Although the iPad was designed primarily with consumers in mind, the following news article and Powerpoint slides are testament to the Redmondians' belief as to why Windows 7 is more suited for enterprise needs over the iOS.
Monday, 24 Jan 2011
Apple today announced that more than 10 billion apps have been downloaded from its revolutionary App Store by the more than 160 million iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users worldwide.
In just a few days, Sony will be revealing its latest PlayStation Portable update, dubbed as the PSP2. Some details have been forthcoming, which includes an OLED display and 3G connectivity thrown in for easier multi-player support.
The leaked slides reveal that the latest NVIDIA mobile processor will have 3D support and up to 1.2GHz in processing speed. Yummy? We think so.
Companies responsible for film, television and gaming media are touting it as the future of entertainment. Rather than thrill you, however, the increasing use 3D technology could make you feel ill according to optometrists.