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Wednesday, 8 Jan 2014
First there were curved TVs, then there's the curved screen smartphone. Samsung's curvy future has now moved into computer monitors.
While AMD executives were busy focusing on their APU strategy for the desktop, gaming and mobile space, they also managed to make a quick update of three new GPUs to join the notebook mobile Radeon graphics line-up. But are they really new? We give you our findings.
Qualcomm has announced its Internet Processor smart gateway platform to provide new levels of network processing power, Wi-Fi capacity, and intelligence to transform connected experiences in the home, along with the AllPlay smart media platform, which helps enable wireless whole home audio for the mass market.
At the CES 2014, ASUS and Waves announced an expanded relationship which will bring a new level of premium sound quality to ASUS’s consumer electronic product line.
Clad with a real carbon fiber surface, the Torq X10 gaming mouse packs an 8,200dpi Avago 9800 laser sensor, an adjustable weight system, nine programmable buttons, and a unique sizing system that lets you adjust the height and length of its body.
Samsung has just announced the WB2200F SMART Camera, which is a superzoom bridge camera that has 60x optical zoom and a dual-grip design that lets you shoot comfortably in both portrait and landscape orientations. Hit the link for more.
The newly launched Aorus X7 is touted by Aorus to be the thinnest and lightest GTX SLI gaming notebook on the planet. It weighs only 2.9kg and measures 22.9mm thick, and is powered by a pair of NVIDIA GTX 765M GPUs for extreme gaming performance.
Lenovo's smartphone division continues to grow, and at CES 2014, it announced a new flagship smartphone, the 5.5-inch Full HD Vibe Z. The Vibe Z is Lenovo's first LTE smartphone, and utilizes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB RAM. It also has a 5MP wide-angle front-facing camera for better selfies.
Tt eSPORTS will be exhibiting a barrage of new gaming products, including keyboards, mice, and headsets, at the CES 2014. The sub-brand of Thermaltake that's catered to gamers has also updated its legacy peripherals.
If things go according to NVIDIA’s plans, cars could get a lot better with the NVIDIA Tegra K1. Read on to uncover how this Kepler-based chip may possibly be at the heart of your car’s electronics.