- News tagged "best of computex 2013"
Tuesday, 4 Jun 2013
Besides introducing its Carbide Air 540 and Carbide 330R chassis, Corsair has also announced the Vengeance Pro Series of high-performance DDR3 computer memory, at the Computex 2013.
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang personally demonstrated how the imaging processing capabilities of the Tegra 4 processor can be used to improve stylus input on Android tablets.
Western Digital has announced that it has began shipping the world's thinnest 7mm 1TB drive, the WD Blue.
Monday, 3 Jun 2013
ASUS unveiled its VivoMouse that is a wireless optical mouse with a top circular trackpad. When the VivoMouse is paired with the new compact ASUS VivoPC, they will make an ideal home entertainment system. The VivoPC functions as a HD media hub with the VivoMouse as the perfect wireless remote.
Gigabyte has launched its Intel 8 series range of motherboards which support the Intel Haswell processors. These motherboards come equipped with a range of new features and technologies including digital power delivery, advanced network and device charging, gold plated hardware, new designed UEFI DualBIOS, and Gigabyte App Center.
MSI has announced its three-pronged approach to reach out to its customers at the company's press conference in Computex 2013. In addition, it also showcased new products like high-end Z87 motherboards, new Lightning and Gaming series graphics cards, as well as its updated S20 Slidebook.
ASUS today announced the Fonepad Note FHD 6 tablet-phone hybrid which is powered by Intel Atom Z2560 dual-core 1.6GHz processor.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Intel has revealed some of the advancements made in power management for their upcoming 4th generation Intel Core processors. These new chips have been touted to reduce idle power by as much as twenty times due to new power optimization technology and improvements made to the 22nm Tri-Gate transistor.
Thursday, 2 May 2013
Intel has just released graphics performance charts of its new Haswell processors, which will be launched in June. If the charts are anything to go by, Haswell could finally deliver performance equivalent to discrete graphics cards.