Archive for the 'Hardware' Category

Dec 18 2007

Multi-Function Interactive Kiosks for Retailers – Source Technologies

Multi-Function Interactive Kiosks for Retailers - Source Technologies Source Technologies interactive kiosks feature an open, Windows® Embedded operating system that supports an unlimited number of applications, maximizing the value and usability for retailers. Its compact, modular design and field-installable components allow retailers to expand the devices capabilities within the field. As organizations grow and their business needs change, the kiosks flexible design allows them to add other functions quickly and easily.

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Dec 17 2007

GeForce 8800GTS card from Albatron

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Albatron has announced the 8800GTS-512X, an enthusiast level GeForce 8 series graphics card, featuring 65nm process technology.

The 8800GTS-512X GPU is endowed with a 650MHz core and also contains 512MB GDDR3 memory with a 256-bit bus and frequency of 1940 MHz, said the company.

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Dec 17 2007

New ETX CPU module from Arbor

Published by BS under Hardware

x.jpgArbor Technology announced it is going to launch a new ETX CPU module, the EmETX-i945M, supporting Intel Core Duo/Core 2 Duo processors and Intel 945GME/ICH7M chipset.

The EmETX-i945M features an Intel GMA 950 graphics core, which supports dual display, CRT and LVDS interfaces, with the module supporting DDR2 memory up to 2GB.

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Dec 15 2007

The world’s fastest graphic memory from Samsung?

Published by BS under Hardware,Peripherals

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 Samsung Electronics has announced that it has developed the world’s fastest memory, a GDDR5 (series five, graphics double-data-rate memory) chip that can transfer data at six gigabits per second (Gbps).

Samsung’s GDDR5, which will be introduced at a density of 512 Mb (16Mb x 32) chips, is capable of transmitting moving images and associated data at 24 gigabytes per second (GBps).

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Dec 15 2007

YEGO USB Drive

Published by BS under Features,Hardware,Peripherals,Storage

yego_usb.jpgRiData has released a new funny USB drive featuring two additional USB ports. The YEGO USB Drive is available in six bright colors (black, blue, green, orange, purple or yellow) and capacities ranging from 1GB to 4GB.

The pricing starts at $13.95 and goes up to $75.

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Dec 15 2007

High-performance hybrid TV capture card from Leadtek

Published by BS under Hardware,Multimedia

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Leadtek Research has announced the launch of its high-performance hybrid TV capture card with the latest PCI Express interface, the WinFast PxDTV2300 H.

 

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Nov 21 2007

NEC Electronics Introduces 40 nm Embedded DRAM (eDRAM) Technologies

Published by BS under Desktops,Hardware

NEC Electronics Corporation and its subsidiaries NEC Electronics America, Inc. and NEC Electronics (Europe) GmbH, today introduced two new technologies for the manufacture of 40-nanometer (nm) system-on-chip (SoC) devices with embedded dynamic random access memory (eDRAM). The UX8GD eDRAM technology boasts clock speeds up to 800 megahertz and low operating power, making it optimal for use in consumer electronics products such as digital video cameras and game consoles. The UX8LD eDRAM technology features low leakage-current levels that reduce power consumption by as much two-thirds compared to equivalent SRAM, making it ideal for use in mobile handsets and other portable devices that require low standby power. Continue Reading »

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Nov 08 2007

Leadtek Launches USB-based Video Capture Device

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Leadtek Research’s latest WinFast VC100 U Video Editor is a small universal video capture device which can turn a PC into a film studio, according to the company.

With built-in automatic scene detection, the WinFast VC100 U Video Editor is a USB 2.0 compatible video capture device that enables the recording of home videos, TV and any other personal video/music collections in MPEG-4/2/1 formats.

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Nov 08 2007

Samsung SyncMaster 245T 24-Inch LCD Monitor

Published by Bobby under Displays,Hardware

Samsung SyncMaster 245T 24-Inch LCD MonitorSamsung continues expansion of its award-winning line of SyncMaster displays with the 245T, a high-performance 24-inch LCD monitor. The commercial monitor, designed for a range of professional applications including desktop publishing, CAD and graphic design, is now shipping and available.

The Samsung 245T monitor has a 24-inch, 16:10 wide-screen format, with a 178/178-degree viewing angle. The 245T monitor’s PVA panel technology, ultra-wide viewing angles and widescreen format can support a range of multi-window applications in precise clarity, helping to improve work efficiency and reducing the need for multiple monitors.

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Nov 08 2007

AMD Delivers AMD Firestream 9170 First Stream Processor with Double Precision Floating Point Technology

Published by Bobby under Desktops,Features,Hardware

AMDAMD today announced the AMD FireStream 9170 Stream Processor and an accompanying Software Development Kit (SDK) designed to harness the massive parallel processing power of the graphics processing unit (GPU). AMD leveraged its unique collective expertise in both GPUs and CPUs to deliver the first integrated hardware and software development solution that meets the needs of the demanding high-performance computing (HPC) market. AMD plans to deliver the FireStream 9170 and supporting SDK to market in the first quarter of 2008. With this launch AMD expects to achieve another important milestone on the path to Accelerated Computing by delivering the first in a series of next-generation heterogeneous compute architectures. Continue Reading »

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