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Kingston in bed with Intel for high speed SSD

@ 2009/01/10 read/post comments(0)
SSDNow E Series mainly targets at corporation users, featuring 32GB single-level cell drive and read/write speed of 250/170MB per second. With MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) of 2 million hours, its maximum power consumption is 2.4W Active, while as low… Go To Full Article

Nvidia G, GT renames are for OEM

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We've learned that Nvdia's G1x0 renames for its entry levelcards are the real deal but they will only affect OEM business. This won’t affect the retail channel business and the new brands will only happen with OEM… Go To Full Article

Intel doesn’t want dual Atoms in netbooks

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Dual Atom, according to a very high profile Intel executive is not meant for netbook and it should never end up there. Shmuel (Mooly) Eden the Vice President General Manager, Mobile Platforms Group at Intel, believes that… Go To Full Article

Vice President of MSI Expects Dramatic Changes on Mainboard Market

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One of the top four manufacturers of mainboards will cease to exist in about three years from now, according to a vice president of MicroStar International. The reasons for that is slow desktop computer market growth and the growing popularity… Go To Full Article

Google hacks the Wii Balance Board to surf Google Earth

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Google used its booth at Macworld this year to show off some of the things it was working on with Apple, particularly for the iPhone. But the coolest thing at their booth didn’t have much to do with Apple at… Go To Full Article

Kodak OLED picture frame hands-on

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Totally over the top and ridiculously expensive, Kodak's 7.6-inch OLED picture frame is still a serious want. The image was every bit as beautiful as we expected but surprised us with the frame's ability to playback HD video in such… Go To Full Article

Sandisk intros 240Gb SSD with 200Mb/s Read, 140Mb/s Write Speeds

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SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK) today unveiled its third-generation family of solid-state drives (SSDs). Using multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory technology, SanDisk’s G3 Series establishes new benchmarks in performance and price-performance leadership in the SSD industry. Go To Full Article

AMD: Netbooks? No, thanks

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If I had to pick one computing topic that determines this year’s CES then it would certainly be small notebooks - and netbooks in particular. Intel has conquered the segment with its Atom processor and Via is still trying to… Go To Full Article

Gmail about one-third as expensive as hosted e-mail

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What does it cost to host an e-mail account? It seems like a simple question, but a remarkable number of enterprises surveyed by Forrester had no idea of how to answer that question. A new report by the research company… Go To Full Article

AMD Cuts Price of ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 Graphics Card

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ATI, graphics product group of Advanced Micro Devices, said this week that it had slashed the manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of its flagship graphics board and that certain partners may be even offering their versions of the product at… Go To Full Article

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