Saturday, February 12, 2011

The tablet low cost 8 "AOC at CeBIT

Unveiled earlier this year at CES, the tablet 8-inch "low cost" AOC should be present at CeBIT in Hannover, which should at the same time mark the launch of this product on the European market, the availability scheduled for March. Running Android 2.1, so this tablet has a resistive touch screen 8 inch, capable of displaying a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.

The Breeze - that's his name - with a processor running at 600 MHz Rockchip and 4 GB of internal storage. It has a microSD slot, USB port and 802.11n wireless controller. Autonomy would reach for its 12 hours audio playback and 6 hours video playback. Expected in the United States at a price of about $ 200, you can sadly imagine it will be proposed to the Europeans at a price approaching 200 euros ...

The new B3 revision of the Intel chipset comes Cougar Point February 14

Intel will begin shipping the new revision of the famous and Cougar Point failed chipset from next Monday 14 February. B3 revision is pin-compatible with the previous B2, so that there will be any change in the base plates. Knowing what was at stake with the disadvantage in its chipsets for socket plates 1555 (number 6), Intel has worked quickly to resolve the problem faced by the poor performance of port SATA 3Gbps (SATA II) under these chipsets.

Arctic Cooling introduces new Freezer 13 Pro

The famous brand ArticCooling presents its latest cooler, the Freezer 13 Pro This Heat sink makes use of new technology Cross-Blow, with which the temperature is improved chipset and voltage regulators. The 120mm fan can switch its speed in the range de300 at 1350 rpm, so it is able to offer an extremely quiet and powerful cooling as needed.

The curious part of this sink the find me the basis on which ArticCooling has opted to mount a 50mm blower, so that while the 120mm fan is responsible for removing heat from the processor, the little air flow can provide the near and north bridge components or voltage regulators placabase.

Online game for PC: Star Trek - Infinite Space: Interstellar pictures and info

The Star Trek universe offers lots of space for great games - you would think: But as successful as the Star Saga series and movie, the sci-fi games for substance usually disappointed. Most recently, publisher Atari tried "in an online role-playing game on - so far with streaky success. But there is still hope for a realistic Star Trek game: Game Forge provides with "Star Trek - Infinite Space" for a silver lining of Trekkies and those who want to become.

Antec expands its gaming line with the new V2 box Six Hundred

In its 25 th anniversary, today unveiled Antec Six Hundred V2, the latest member of the line of cases for games. Six Hundred V2 housing is positioned in the middle range, both in price and performance characteristics, and is designed for the purists of the game looking for a simple design. Six Hundred V2 has several new features, including front-loading compartment 2.5 "hot swap hard drive (supports SSD), which allows users to access and replace hard drives quickly and conveniently from the front panel.

The AdS: the toothbrush with USB camera

Amazing product this week in ads, it will make you drool. It is indeed a toothbrush incorporating a USB camera and can transmit data to a TV, all wirelessly. The camera built into a definition 1.3 megapixel photo mode and can shoot in 628 x 582 on a PAL analog. It connects via USB to a PC, to retrieve photos directly, or to a TV via an external box that transmits images wirelessly on the 2.4 GHz band (but not Wi-Fi).

TDJ: Radeon HD 6950 and 6970

Our fellow Cowcotland recently posted a review of the Radeon HD 6950 and HIS 6970, models based on a graphics chipset Cayman and shipping 2 GB of GDDR5 memory. Side of the Radeon HD 6950, we are entitled to a GPU of 1408 with MS and 800 MHz, accompanied by the GDDR5 memory running at 1250 MHz. The Radeon HD 6970 has about it a GPU with MS in 1536 and clocked at 880 MHz.

GDDR5 memory reaches 1375 MHz. Verdict?