Computer Hardware Archive
Amkette has today launched the ultra high speed Turbo USB 7 port Hub and Charger that allows users simultaneously connect to charge their cell phone and connect PDA, iPod, harddisk, mouse and their printer brings revolutionary USB connectivity management.
Sony has announced new TV-friendly USB Memory Card Readers that includes MRW-F3, MRW-EA7, MRW-S2 and MRW-T2 models which offers fast data transfers and HD movie/photo playback compatibility on BRAVIA and supports wide range of Memory Stick and SD card formats.
Intel has today announced the global availability of 2nd generation Intel Core i7-990X six-cores Processor that features 12MB total L2 CPU cache delivering mind boggling 3.46 GHz of speed claimed to be the highest performing desktop processor on the earth today.
AMD has unveiled in India its new AMD Fusion Chipset, aimed at enabling developers higher processing speed and better graphics allowing them create futuristic, visually rich applications with no-compromise performance even on small form factor devices.
Toshiba has introduced the industry’s first 1.8-inch MKxx39GSL Series hard disk drives with low-insertion force (LIF) SATA (Serial ATA) connectors, enabling a 10% smaller footprint compared to standard 1.8-inch drives using microSATA connectors and offers up tp 220GB storage capacity.
iTwin today announced a limited availability of a first generation plug’n’play iTwin USB Device that enables simple and safe data transfer between any two USB-enabled computers.
Transcend has introduced the new 750GB capacity to its StoreJet 2.5-inch Portable Hard Drives, that features a unique shock-resistant construction that includes models StoreJet 25D2, StoreJet 25M2, StoreJet 25D3 and StoreJet 25M3 with mix of USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 interface offerings.
Transcend today introduced in India low-profile and small footprint mSATA and Half-slim Solid State Drives (SSD) to its industrial product line designed especially for applications where a small form factor is desired, such as thin and light notebooks, netbooks, tablets, GPS, and mobile internet devices (MID).