Friday, July 8, 2011

S24A450BW and S22A450BW: New Samsung SyncMaster monitors with LED Pivot Function

The monitor () works with HD resolution in 16:10 aspect ratio (1920x1200 pixels), the screen measures just 60 inches diagonal or 24 inches. You connect the LED S24A450BW via DVI or analog VGA via a PC or notebook. Response time: five milliseconds, the monitor needs to build a new image. The contrast ratio of 1,000:1 with Samsung's AN.22 inches diagonal (55.88 cm) and 1680x1050: S22A450BW The LED is a good deal smaller than its 24-inch counterpart.

Lenovo ThinkPad X121e is renewed and offers AMD Fusion and Intel

Lenovo has launched model X121e ThikPad which replaces the ThikPad X120e, keeps the screen size of 11.6 inches and is available with AMD Fusion and Intel Core i3 Sandy Bridge. The new Lenovo ThinkPad X121e has been performed in Japan, is a computer very tough for people who need to move frequently and need a reliable computer.

It features a 11.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels but in matte to avoid problems when used in bright environments or have problems with glare. Incorporates the characteristic Lenovo Trackpoint on the keyboard. It will be available with both AMD Fusion option to mount or Intel Core i3, for the moment the following configurations are known in Japan presented.

Apple iPad 2: in the fall the HD version with retinal display?

As several IT blogs report, Apple is currently looking around for manufacturers that produce the touch screen for the "iPad 2 HD." The resolution of the retinal screen should be 2048x1536 pixels. By comparison, the current resolution is "only" 1024x768 pixels. In a retinal display the pixel density is so high that the human eye edges (such as letters) are no longer recognizes, the display is so sharp and detailed.

MSI unveils its X460 ultra-thin and X460DX

The manufacturer MSI has unveiled two new ultra-thin laptop models that come sit in the range X-Slim: The X460 and X460DX. With the screen 14-inch diagonal backlit LED, capable of displaying a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, these notebooks are based on an Intel platform Huron River. The X460 and then boarded a X460DX Core i5-2410M (2 GHz) or Core i7-2630QM (2.3 GHz), hard disk with a capacity of 750 GB and a DVD burner.

Lianli unveils mini-tower PC case-V600F

The manufacturer Lian Li has announced the launch of PC-V600F, a medium size box to turn entirely of aluminum. Compatible with micro ATX and mini ITX, this box displays the dimensions of 190 x 390 x 470 mm weighing up to 5 kg. It is available in three colors: black, silver and red. The PC-V600F has two 5.25-inch bays format and five internal 3.5-inch slots.

The classic USB 3.0 connectors (x2), eSATA and audio are placed on top, while three 120mm fans are included (two in front equipped with diodes, one rear).

Toshiba Qosmio F750: The first portable 3D without glasses

Toshiba has introduced its new Qosmio laptop with the new F750 that is the world's first notebook with support for 3D viewing without wearing glasses. The new Toshiba Qosmio F750 features a 15.6-inch screen where you can view 3D content at hand is capable of converting 2D to 3D images and even show both at the same time, for example while watching a movie in 3D 2D while sailing in another part of the screen.

Pioneer enters in the PC speakers market

Pioneer has decided to enter the PC audio market by launching two new models of speakers, the S-and S-MM301 MM751RU. The first is a USB stereo system designed for laptop computers, and therefore easily transportable. They have a front metal grille that hides two triple-coil driver and includes audio controls for volume and muting.

The kit is rather MM751RU 2.1 D-oriented and desktop systems using proprietary technology "Maxx Bass Dynamic Sound" that improves low frequency response thanks to a DSP. The system as a whole offers an output power of 40W, 20W for the subwoofer and 10W for each satellite. The system also has a complete set of controls that go beyond the big pot for the volume control keys and include play / pause, forward / rewind.

AMD E-450: a Turbo for the GPU?

AMD is expected to propose in the future a new APU at entry level, the E-450. This chip is expected to replace the current APU and E-350 would be a simple evolution of the latter. The party would win a few MHz CPU, going from 1.6 GHz to 1.66 GHz, but the Bobcat cores do not move: it is 64 bits, and storage OoO 512 KB of cache per core.

The memory management is changing a bit, going from DDR3-1066 to DDR3-1333. This is the graphics changing "most": the Radeon HD 6310 Radeon HD 6320 is a. The chip is still based on Cedar and Radeon 5450 and 80 processing units are still present, but the frequency increases slightly. 500 MHz now, we will move to 508 MHz mode and a "Turbo" will be on hand, in some cases for up to 600 MHz frequency.

MSI sells its Twin Frozr II Retail

Cooling systems that are developing the graphics card manufacturers are sometimes really well designed, so much so that it is a pity they do sell them with their cards. MSI has therefore decided it was time that everyone learns from its Twin Frozr II, a CPU cooler compatible with some GeForce GTX (specifically models 465, 470, 480, 570 and 580).

Regrettably, however, that the manufacturer has decided to launch its product in Japan initially, and a relatively high price (5980 yen). The Twin Frozr II should finally not be the only cooler for MSI to be available for sale, the manufacturer has indicated that other models would follow ...

GigaByte has improved its 3X cooler for HD6970 WindForce

GigaByte last details for the launch of its new HD6970-based graphics from AMD heatsink WindForce 3X. The exact model is called the GV-R697UD-2GD rev. 2.0 and features a 3X cooler with three fans WindFoce which makes the temperatures are considerably lower than the AMD reference design. NEC Proadlizer includes capacitors so as to ensure that the graphics card is very stable when under a high workload.

Hello Kitty gives you Wi-Fi

Planex, a Japanese company, today announced the Wi-Fi cards USB original: they are the colors of Hello Kitty, or Evangelion One Piece. Technically, nothing really transcendent: the cards are compatible 802.11n 1x1, 150 megabits / s or less and only in the 2.4 GHz band. The module is compatible with Windows (from XP) but also, more rarely, Mac OS X.

Remains limited interest: the solution does not perform well and only those using a desktop machine will need it.