vineri, 1 iulie 2011


SAPPHIRE Technology nettop put up for sale a new ideal for companies that want to optimize costs and for those who need a PC permanently online. EDGE SAPPHIRE-HD2 has a volume of only one liter and can be mounted almost anywhere. Specifications include a dual core processor at 1.8GHz second generation, 2GB of DDR3 memory, a 320GB hard drive and built-in wireless connectivity and high speed LAN port and four USB ports.

The new SAPPHIRE EDGE-HD2 is optionally available with Windows 7 Ultimate Edition pre-installed and this version is available with a VESA mount to enable mounting behind a monitor or TV. Mini PC Sapphire family excels in saving energy. Consuming less than 30W at full load, Mini PC Sapphire family members use up to 4 times less energy than a desktop PC.

GeForce GTX 580M

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Currently 580M is the fastest GPU for notebooks (GPU). Available integrated into Alienware M18x notebook, the new GPU sets new performance standards for existing games.

"The best support for games. Best gaming functions. The highest performance available in the game. This is the essence of GPU GeForce GTX 580M, "said Rene Haas, general manager of notebook products, NVIDIA. "With such specifiicaţii, you can enjoy the best of the best experience."
The first system that will use the notebook GPU GeForce GTX 580M notebook Alienware M18x is offering the opportunity to integrate two 580M GTX GPUs in one system, thus doubling the performance in games, thanks to NVIDIA SLI. In addition, Alienware m17x system unit 580M GeForce GTX will be available with NVIDIA Optimus offering 5 hours of battery autonomy for browsing Facebook and performance of 100 frames per second in game Call of Duty: Black Ops .

"Gaming enthusiasts want to enjoy the gaming experience at the highest settings," said Eddy Goyanes, product marketing manager, Alienware. "Alienware brings technology designed to provide them with support. By launching the new unit 580M GeForce GTX notebook Alienware m17x, and availability option for two video cards on the model M18x, Alienware provides the highest quality gaming experience. "

GeForce GTX 580M GPUs are the fastest notebook GPUs for Microsoft DirectX 11 compliant, providing performance Tessellation six times higher than any other GPU for notebooks.
In addition, they are more efficient due to a 20% increase in performance per watt ratio compared to the previous generation.

miercuri, 29 iunie 2011

Logitech Cooling Pad N200

Logitech has launched a gadget that would be of theoretical to cool the laptop. Cooling Pad N200 provides an efficient cooling fan due to a silent, leaning, which has a large grill. Airflow that crosses back and sides provides ventilation Lapdesk's constant, and with two-speed fan and a switch, you can adjust the strength winds liking. Unfortunately, the gadget is powered by battery laptop via a USB cable, reducing the autonomy of the system and battery life cycles of loading / unloading becoming more common.
Logitech Cooling Pad N200 will be available in Europe starting in June at a suggested retail price of 39.99 Euro.

AMD launches chipset ASUS motherboards 9

ASUS launches in Europe chipset motherboards with AMD 9. New motherboard, equipped with chipsets supporting AMD processors 990FX/990X/970 and AM3 +, were the first fully compatible with the AM3 + CPUs. Series models are available M5A99/97, TUF Sabertooth 990FX and Crosshair Formula V.

M5A99/97 Series Intelligent Dual benefit Processors (DIP), which combines TurboV Processor Unit (TPU) and Energy Processor Unit (EPU). Premium models also include, UEFI BIOS and the second generation with DIGI + VRM DIP (Digital mode power supply), the first of its kind on an AMD board. The new motherboards are the first AMD-based chipsets that will support both AMD CrossFireX and NVIDIA SLI.

Sabertooth 990FX is the latest model added TUF series, is the first chip based on AMD. Recognized for unsurpassed quality and reliability in extreme conditions, Sabertooth 990FX motherboard uses Ceram! X, an exclusive material used in aerospace, surface cooling with a 50% higher, which effectively removes heat from critical components of the system. 

marți, 28 iunie 2011

Kingston DataTraveler 108

Kingston launches in Europa a new series of flash sticks. The new devices are available in the Kingston 4GB storage, 8GB and 16GB for each variant there is a different color. In addition, it has a 5 year warranty and technical support 24 / 7. A very interesting evolution of these memories is the final price paid by the consumer. 33Euro, users can access a 16GB stick large enough to carry movies FullHD resolution

  • Capacities - 4GB, 8GB, 16GB
  • Dimensions 1.47 "x 0.78" x 0.39 "(37.33mm x 19.97mm x 10.00mm)
  • Temperature operationally - from 0 ° C to 60 ° C
  • Storage temperature - from -20 ° C to 85 ° C
  • Warranty - 5 years
  • Available - With urDrive (optional)
  • Available in multiple colors: 4GB - Blue, 8GB - red, 16GB - Grey

LG Optimus One goes to Gingerbread

One of smartphones sold very well in our country updateul oprimeşte to Android Gingerbread 2.3.3. V20G version of the software began to be made ​​available to users updateul operating system can be performed using LGMobile application update.

luni, 27 iunie 2011

Google Places Two Bets on a Post-PC World

Two gadgets that began shipping last week represent assaults from Google on the dominant model of computing, in which we use a cursor and a keyboard to manipulate boxes and windows on a virtual desktop. Samsung makes the hardware for both: the Series 5 Chromebook notebook, the first computer with the browser-only ChromeOS, and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, whose operating system is the latest version of Honeycomb, the tablet edition of Google's Android mobile operating system.
These products have arrived at a pivotal moment for computing. Steve Jobs popularized the phrase "post-PC era" to describe what's supposed to come next, with the iPad displacing the window-driven, desktop-focused experience that the word "computer" conjures up. Now Google too is offering alternatives to that experience, taking on traditional computing with a pincer movement of tablets and Chromebooks. That the two are advancing together may be either an accident or a deliberate attempt to establish distinct post-PC categories—all we know for sure that Google likes to experiment publicly.
The Galaxy Tab 

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a close match for—some might say it mimics—that proven PC-skewering weapon the iPad 2. The tablet that I reviewed is a special edition, with Android logos on the back, that was handed out to developers and lent to journalists at the Google I/O conference last month. You can buy it without the decoration for $500 with 16 gigabytes of storage or $600 with 32 GB. It's WiFi-only for now, but a version with a cellular data plan is due out soon.