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Articles tagged with: port

NEC Introduces Dual-Screen Tablet

NEC has just announced a new product called the LifeTouch W; a dual-screen Android tablet. Now don’t get too excited just yet, we are only talking about Android 2.2, and not Honeycomb. Despite being a froyo tablet, consumers will be getting two 7″ screens for a total of 14″ of screen real-estate (pretty good for a tablet). The tablet is powered by an ARM Cortex A8/Mobile processor and will have 348MB of RAM and 1GB of ROM. Connectivity-wise, users will access the web through an 802.11b/g/n WiFi or Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR access.

AMD Will Support USB 3.0!

Although USB 3.0 can be found on many computers and notebooks today, they are all supported by third party controllers because neither Intel nor AMD currently offer support for USB 3.0 in their chipsets. Thankfully AMD has found it’s niche, even if temporarily, because the company will now offer USB 3.0 support for their chipsets.

AMD will be working on USB3.0 support for the upcoming A75 and A70M Fusion chipsets. Phil Hughes from AMD told CNET that the chipsets are shipping today. We can expect that computers and notebooks with AMD power and USB 3.0 will be hitting shelves by next month at the latest. This of course will give Intel something to sweat about…

The Beautiful Apogee Duet 2

For music enthusiasts throughout the world, listen to this: Apogee is releasing a “studio in a box”, also known as their Duet 2. The beautiful device features a full-color OLED display and gives stunning visual feedback for essentials like metering, input, output, and more. The device offers 24-bit/192khz recording, configurable touch pads, Soft Limit technology, a breakout cable and Maestro 2 software, along with redesigned mic preamps, four balanced outputs, and an independent speaker. The Duet captures sound recordings using a mic, or can be directly plugged in to your computer. It’s breakout cable converts its I/O port into two mic (XLR) or two line/instrument preamps that…

SandyBridge Intelligence On The New iMac

ave you been thinking about getting a new iMac but wanted a good reason to wait? The new iMacs due by the first week of May will feature the new Intel “Sandy Bridge” processors and come equipped with Thunderbolt. The Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs are currently the hottest 32 nanometer chips on the market. Although the new iMacs will be buffed up with the latest Intel architecture, there will not be any major cosmetic changes.

Thunderbolt ports feature data speeds of up to…