Alienware Nebula Red M17x added to line up
Alienware -- known for their gaming notebooks and computers and they
Mitsubischi develops outdoor LCD application
Mitsubishi Electric has developed two new industrial use color TFT-LCD modules with protective glass covering the whole display surface. These modules offer excellent visibility in outdoor applications, due to not only their high luminance but also to their low reflectivity in bright environments, enabling TFT-LCD users to easily develop outdoor-use products. By bonding 3-millimeter thick protective glass onto TFT-LCD module surfaces with resin, outside light reflection has been reduced by 90 percent1 compared to products combined with regular protective glass. This improvement helps achieve excellent visibility in outdoor environments, due to low reflectivity in bright environments.In addition, the protective glass is bonded onto the TFT-LCD modules within Mitsubishi Electric
DiRT 2 Battersea Rallycross Trailer
PC gamers will of course have to wait until December, as the PC release has been delayed until then to add support for the new graphical bells and whistles of DirectX 11.
Intel 34-nm 320GB SSD Coming Soon
This new revision has been rumored about for a while now, actually since early February. But Intel's so-called Postville SSD family is well on its way to reality, and along with this release should come much needed price drops. Intel's Postville familiy of SSDs use NAND-flash chips made by IM Flash, a joint venture between Intel and Micron Technology.
The new series should top out at 320GB, with an 80GB and 160GB version falling underneath. Word on the street has it that both of the smaller two will be around $100 cheaper than the same-sized X25-M drives, though there's been no leaks on the 320GB model's MSRP. Still, Intel has a golden opportunity here if it'll just get these things to market -- a cheap(er) SSD with a brand name like Intel could blow the solid state market wide open.
Resident Evil 5 PC Benchmark Utility
This utility initially was released to test out the performance of Resident Evil 5 using the Nvidia's 3D Vision stereoscopic technology, it's however not a requirement to check it out.
Anno 1404 VGA article updated with CPU performance
We added some content in the Anno 1404 VGA performance article with a small extra page on CPU performance. Very tiny, very simple, and really this was all that I had time for. I understand you guys would like to see performance on dual, triple AMD processors and the Core 2 series as well. We might do that later on if there is enough interest for such an article.
But it seems that a lot of people are wondering what the game performance difference is in-between Intel Core i7 and AMD Phenom II.
In that extra page we'll look at the difference with a fairly normal Guru3D reader based PC setup. You can find the article right here.
Radeon HD 4890 dropped to 170 USD - Deals
I was working on an article, checking some etail prices and spotted that the MSI Radeon 4890OC edition graphics card with 1GB graphics memory dropped to $169.99, that's a sick price guys.
If you need an update on your graphics, now might be a really good time to do so.
Anno 1404: Dawn of Discovery VGA performance review
iKey Crafts A Rugged Wrist-Mounted Keyboard For Soldiers
How many times have you been in a war zone and needed to quickly and quietly get a message to someone? Sure, I
Atlona HDAiR Wireless USB To HDMI/VGA Adapter
Cables are so 90'ies! But for some reason we
EVGA InterView 1770 dual-flipping LCD display
EVGA have announced a new LCD display, the InterView 1770, which offers not one but two 17-inch panels fixed to a single central stand. The 1440 x 900 panels each rotate 180-degrees horizontally, so they can be flipped completely around to show a person sitting opposite you, or clamshell in to fit into a narrow cubicle.
The central spine also has an integrated 1.3-megapixel webcam and microphone, and there are three USB ports in the base section. Dual keyboard and mouse controls also allow users on both sides to manipulate what
Dell Vostro all-in-one desktop revealed
The new computer is designed to leave you with more room on your desk. It measures in at 19-inches and sports serial ports, parallel ports, VESA mounting and the option to add a webcam.
Bose launches SoundLink wireless PC speaker
Bose launched one of its first dedicated network streaming devices, known as the SoundLink. Intending it to be simpler than wholly independent systems like a Sonos unit or even networking devices like the AirPort Express, Bose's solution involves only a single-piece stereo speaker and a USB-based wireless adapter. Plugging the stick into any computer automatically routes the computer's sound to the SoundLink without needing specific drivers or other software.
The speaker unit itself is normally powered but has a lithium-ion battery that should last for about three hours of playback at full volume and more at reduced levels. An IR remote talks to the speaker to send universal play and skip commands as well as adjust local volume.
An aux-in jack is also onboard to support most portable media devices on the SoundLink, which is due on August 27th for $550.
Girl Arrested for Swearing on 9-11 call
Only in America .. I'm schocked really, hence this non-hardware related post. 17 yr old Adrainne Ledesma calls 9-1-1 after her father had a stroke. The recording of 9-1-1 proves that she did swear before the operator picked up the phone.
However then the operator started to lecture her on swearing and hung up on her, She called back and the operator then called Adrainne a "stupid ass" and a buffoon. Eventually Adrainne had to walk to the police station to get help, instead she was arrested on charges that do not exist "abusing 9-1-1".
Corsair Launches new Extreme series SSD
Today we posted a review on the Corsair P128, as we mentioned in the conclusion in the long run we'd still prefer an Indilinx based product as well, it's just a notch faster. Today Corsair announced the following:
Fremont, CA. July 16th, 2009.- Corsair
Deals of the Day - July 16th 2009
Okay, it's time for some funkeeeh hardware deals. This round i like to focus on processors. As I was editing the buyers guide I noticed that some processors dropped in price real far. That phenomenal Phenom II X3 720 BE for example dropped a third in prize ... So let's dedicate this bulleting to that processor ;)
- AMD Phenom II X3 710 Triple-Core Processor - This is one of my favourite processors really. Heaps of value for money and you even get a chance of running the fourth core on some motherboards ;) You can easily clock this one to 3600 MHz with an air cooler. Check it really ... it's only $99.00 and free shipping (deal of the day!). This one just oozes with awesomeness.
- AMD Phenom II X4 940 Quad Core Processor - Dang .. another one of my favourites .. this quad core puppy runs at 3.0 GHz, Phenom II awesome value for money as ii sells for $187.43
- Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Dual Core Processor - It's amazing really that these processors are still around and at this price level. Fantastic processor, it sells at $167.99 with free shipping.
- Intel Core 2 Q9550 Quad Core Processor - An absolutely lovely processor this one, the Yorkfield based 9550 runs at 2.83 GHz and is now selling for $229.99
- Intel Core i7 I7-920 Quad Core Processor - Looks like Core i7 prices are starting rise a little again, the cheapest in the Core i7 clan is the 920, it oozes performance though. Right now prized at $313.70
NVIDIA GeForce ForceWare 190.38 Win XP|Vista|7 driver released
This is a is a new official beta driver for GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, 100, and 200-series desktop GPUs and ION GPUs.
New in Release 190.38
- Adds support for OpenGL 3.1
- Adds support for CUDA 2.3 for improved performance in GPU Computing applications. See CUDA Zone for more details.
- Adds a new user-controlled power management setting for GeForce 9-series and later graphics cards. This option allows users to set a performance level for each DirectX or OpenGL application.
- Includes several new control panel features and numerous bug fixes. More information can be found in the release documentation.
- Supports Microsoft
Corsair P128 SSD review
I say dear Sir, let's meet the Corsair P128, have a look at the photo and then head on over to the next page where we'll startup an in-depth look at this dazzling little storage unit.
Check out the full Guru3D review right here.