News tagged ‘thunderbolt’
Monday, 21 May 2012
The P8Z77-V Premium is the first motherboard in the market to be Thunderbolt certified by Intel. For those who're looking for a more mainstream option, the company also announced the P8Z77-V Pro/Thunderbolt edition. More details inside.
Monday, 23 Apr 2012
ASUS is enabling ThunderBolt connectivity on selected ASUS Z77 and H77 motherboards soon with the help of a special expansion card.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
Thunderbolt based storage solutions are steadily increasing in availability and Western Digital finally joins the elite group of Thunderbolt equipped devices with its My Book Thunderbolt Duo.
Monday, 9 Jan 2012
Revealed today at the CES Unveiled 2012 event is Belkin's upcoming Thunderbolt Express Dock. This new docking device will enable current Macbook and Ultrabook users to expand their connectivity using just one cable.
Tuesday, 27 Dec 2011
Thunderbolt technology expected to hit the market with the top few PC manufacturers. Thunderbolt-supported motherboards, notebooks and desktop PCs are expected to reach the market in April 2012.
Friday, 16 Dec 2011
With the adapter, users of computers equipped with a Thunderbolt port will be able to connect seamlessly with compatible ExpressCard/34 cards from Sonnet and other manufacturers.
Thursday, 15 Sep 2011
If you think Apple and Intel are strange bedfellows, let Apple's Thunderbolt strike it out now! This I/O technology will leave Apple's ecosystem to make its debut on non-Mac devices by early 2012.
Monday, 5 Sep 2011
Holding out for USB 3.0 ports before you shell out for a Mac? Well your wait might not be in vain, if reports surrounding Apple's interest in it proves positive.
Friday, 26 Aug 2011
The ExpressCard/34 Thunderbolt Adapter enables the use of many Sonnet ExpressCard/34 adapters with computers equipped with a Thunderbolt port, including the Apple iMac, Mac mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro models.
Friday, 4 Mar 2011
AMD has said that Intel's recently introduced Thunderbolt input/output technology will become just another proprietary standard with not a lot of chances to be adopted widely.