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Articles tagged with: laptops

Nifti Mini-drive,A Soultion To Low Memory In Macbooks

Kick-starters have announced a new type of storage device for apple Mac book/Mack book pro. This new storage device is known as Nifty Mini-drive. This will solve the storage problems in Mac book pro and Mac book air. Due to the sleekness of Mac books there is always an issue of lack of storage or one should say limited storage. But this Nifty Mini-drive will increase the storage capacity of Mac books that will help its users store more data and media on their Mac book

Windows 8 For Windows 7 Users!

Microsoft is on the move again and Windows 8 is around the corner! The best part is that you do not need to buy new hardware for the Windows 8 but all you need to do is buy and upgrade to Windows 7.

All the Windows 7 PCs will be upgraded to Windows 8 and the requirements of Windows 8 might be equal or even less than Windows 7. So if you already have Windows 7 installed, you most probably will get the Windows 8 next year.

Toshiba Qosmio 3D Gaming Laptop

These days, you’ll find some people who want to experience the joys of 3D viewing without wearing silly looking glasses. Toshiba has outed an interesting solution to meet your demands with its Qosmio F750 laptop.

Featuring the latest processing chips from Intel, a Core i7 processor and an Nvidia GeForce GT 540M graphics card, you can be sure to get in some 3D first-person-shooter gaming on this machine as well.

Toshiba Introduces New L700 And C600 Laptops

Toshiba has just revamped its Satellite L700 and C600 Series laptops, starting at $380, you’ll certainly be interested in these 15.6″ laptops, powered by AMD.

For the low price, the notebooks start out with an AMD single-core E-240 processor with AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics. To make up for the slow processor, Toshiba is packing 3GB of DDR3 memory clocked in at 1066MHz and 250GB of hard drive space to store your files.

11 New AMD-Powered Notebooks, From HP

If you’re on the market looking for a new PC, your job just got a lot harder. Computer maker, Hewlett-Packard has just announced a crazed wave of new notebooks that will get you excited for this summer. Each of the new notebooks will feature AMD’s Vision technology, a step up above of the previous Fusion Accelerated Processing Units (APU). The result? Smaller and more light weight full-sized notebooks.

The HP DV series, which has been around for a while, are all getting CoolSense, True Vision HD webcam, and HP’s Beats Audio (on the DV6 and DV7 only). The DV series (DV4, DV6, and DV7) will also be enjoying 2x the graphics power compared to previous generations allowing a new gaming standard, even for those who opt out for a discrete graphics card.

IBM Turns 100, Seeks New CEO

IBM (International Business Machines) will replace its current CEO to mark the company’s 100 years of success. Besides the centennial anniversary, the company’s current CEO, Sam Palmisano, will be turning 60 in July, the age when IBM CEO’s retire and name their successors.

The three current names circulating around that would succeed Palmisano are; 53 year old, Virginia Rometty. Rometty currently is head of IBM’s sales division and would be the first female CEO of IBM if elected. Next up we have Mike Daniels, currently head of services for IBM, a division that makes up 60% of IBM’s revenue.

Microsoft, Facebook & Co. Support AT&T Merge

According to tmonews, Microsoft joined with Facebook and six other tech companies in a filing to the FCC in support for the AT&T and T-Mobile merger. Of those who support the acquisition include Yahoo, Oracle, Research In Motion, and VC firms Kleiner Perkins, Caufield & Byers, and Sequoia Partners.

Their main reason for voting “yay” was that the acquisition would help AT&T expand their network to serve a larger portion of America. I believe that rather than having everyone’s best interest, these corporations are only looking out for themselves.

Wired iPad Subscriptions- Now Available

Tech blog, Wired, launched an iPad app just last year and promised that they would soon offer subscriptions. Wired has just announced a reasonable pay model for subscribers, and a free addition to current subscribers. The company summarizes the model as a “subscribe once, read anywhere, anytime” kinda deal.

Wired also wants to let consumers know that they will roll out entirely different interfaces for users to enjoy articles on both cellular devices, tablets, and full-screen computers such as notebooks and desktops. If you already subscribe to the print edition, you can download the Wired iPad app and tap through the instructions for full access.

AMD Announces G-Series APU

AMD has just announced its new G-series platform, the world’s first combination of a lower-power CPU, coupled with an advanced GPU that is integrated into a single embedded Accelerated Processing Unit. The G-series has the core focus of producing more for less power.

These APUs carry thermal design power ratings between 5.5 and 6.4 watts, leading to a 39% power savings compared to previous versions.

The G-series APU ships in a 361mm2 package that allows compact use, perfect for modern netbooks and notebooks. AMD claims that the new G-series APUs offer up to three times the performance per watt compared to previous generations.

Toshiba Gears Up For Massive OLED Production

Toshiba introduced the OLED as the most portable and most flexible screen, measuring at a size of 0.1mm and weighing in at just a gram. OLED was and is the first flexible screen introduced by Toshiba, as it utilizes an oxide semiconductor TFT, the OLED is composed of a plastic substrate at a temperature of 200 Celsius.