SAPPHIRE’s Vapor-X cooling system, first released in 2007 with the HD 3870 ATOMIC Edition graphics card, is famous for wonderful cooling along with silent running. SAPPHIRE have now presented it to their 7k-series in the form of the HD 7770 Vapor-X graphics card, which functions 2 big fans and the Vapor-X heatpipe cooling method. The card is manufacturer overclocked to 1.1GHz GPU and 5.2GHz efficient for the 1GB GDDR5 memory. Connectivity has been improved too, now the card has 2 DVI ports (DVI-I, DVI-D), HDMI port and a one DisplayPort output, supporting up to 4 displays. The card also works with HDMI 1.4a, which supports stereoscopic 3D of 60Hz for each eye. Additionally it is ready for the new generation of 4K displays.
Pentax K-30 digital camera will be released in a few days and will be offered in 3 various colors – black, white and blue.
Max ISO: 25.600
Full HD video
3″ LCD screen
Li-ion battery + AA batteries
4 fps burst rate
iHelicopters has present new remote-controlled toys – BMW and Audi toy cars. This toy vehicle lineup will comprise from BMW 5 F10, the BMW X6, the Audi Q7 and the Audi R8, each costing would-be buyers $59.95. Exactly like some of iHelicopters’ other goods, these cars can be operated using application on the Apple iPhone. They use a 1.5V AA batteries and will feature a charge time of 1 hr.
New technologies – BMW and Audi iPhone remote-controlled cars
The iPhone 5 is rumored to be coming in this year, with an official announcement expected in June – on Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).
Rumor has it that the new model of the Apple iPhone will be made of Liquidmetal. A mix of various materials, Liquidmetal could allow the iPhone to be much more durable. Light such as plastic, however durable like aluminum, it would also allow the iPhone to weigh less and have a slimmer profile.
Intel‘s been trying to play the slow tease with its Haswell microarchitecture dating back 2008. Currently, we finally have a look at what products running that 22nm core may look like. Shown off at IDF 2012 down in Brazil, the company’s prexy Fernando Martins was photographed brandishing an Ivy Bridge Windows 8 ultrabook, replete with touch screen functionality.
If these hands-on functions will make it into the final consumer device, this new style does at least tip us off to a potential form factor. When those chips do make their official debut, you could expect a line of ultrabooks that will reportedly consume 20-x less power and last up to 240 hours on standby.
The first of the premium Z77 motherboards has arrived – ASRock Z77 Extreme9 and it arrives with a selling price to match. As loaded with functions as this motherboard is, it looks like ASRock skipped out on one must have function for premium segment – or at least so it appears – Thunderbolt.
Despite this small miss on ASRock’s behalf, the Z77 Extreme-9 is loaded to the brim with functions and it defiantly one ups MSI’s recently announced Z77A-GD80 and Intel’s DZ77RE-75K, at least as long as you don’t want Thunderbolt connection. That said, we’re still waiting for Asus P8Z77-V Premium and what ever Gigabyte is operating on that will slot in above the Z77X-UD5H.
Nevertheless, we’re not here to discuss about the competition right now, as it’s time to take a closer look at the Z77 Extreme-9. For beginners, the motherboard has at least five x16 PCI Express 3.0 slots. Thanks to a PCI Express bridge processor of some kind, the Z77 Extreme-9 may also work in dual x6 or four x8 modes using slot 1, 3, 5 and 7, where 1 and 3 are utilized for dual x16 mode. The sixth x16 slot works at PCI Express 2.0 speeds and provide four lanes of bandwidth. You will also find a single x1 PCI Express 2.0 slot and a mini PCI Express slot that houses a dual band combination 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 card.
The motherboard additionally has the typical four SATA 3Gbps and two SATA 6Gbps ports, however ASRock has added another four SATA 6Gbps ports. The board furthermore has headers for four front USB-3 ports, six USB -2 ports, a FireWire port and a serial port of all items. You additionally get functions such as a POST80 debug LED and a power and sleep button.
On the back we see a PS-2 port, eight USB-3 ports, two USB-2 ports, an eSATA port, a FireWire port, dual Gigabit Lan, 7.1-channel audio with S/PDIF out, HDMI port.
An helpful addition is the included front USB 3.0 port drive bay component. Not just is it home to two USB-3 ports, however it additionally houses the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth antennas and a two of LED’s to show that it’s transferring data. There’s also area for a 2.5″ drive to be installed in the component.
Approximate price – 410-500 USD
Samsung has presented a new model of DUOS cell phone working on their unique interface.
This phone is specially for the budget sector.
The cell phone uses a 2.4 inch display and 3mp camera. The bluetooth type for this phone is 2.1.
Another fine point is that this device will be excellent for consumers that dislike touch screen cell phones.
Samsung included a lot of social media applications on this product, they even set their own ChatON app on it.
– Dimensions 117.7?49.0?12.3
– Weight 82g.
– GSM (2G EDGE) 850/900/1800/1900MHz
– 2.4″ LCD
– Music player, Voice recorder
– FM Radio Receiver
– USB 2.0, 3.5pi earjack
– SMS / Email
This unique Nikkor Fisheye 6mm f/2.8 lens installed on a Nikon D800. More information in video:
New technologies – Nikkor Fisheye 6mm f/2.8 lens installed on a Nikon D800
With all the different concept designs that we’ve viewed for the Apple iPhone, it is only right that currently a fan of the Nokia Lumia range has come up with his unique edition of what an imaginary Nokia Lumia 850 should look like. To clarify, there is no such item as the Lumia 850 presently so this is not a leak no a rumor. It’s only a idea that is the result of a designer from Luxembourg – BrianMFB. The device is similar to a Lumia 800 that has been slimmed down, however it still retains much of the original character.
The backside of the smartphone is designed to have tapered edges and flush mounted side control keys. The display is a 3.8″ one with his rationale that the “Nokia Lumia 950” would have a larger display. Besides that it also runs on the quickly 4G LTE network. Currently, everyone understand that this is only a concept and with the Nokia Lumia 800 and 900 proving to be smartphones that are pretty good, it seems that a alternative for them should not be anywhere around in the near future. That said nevertheless, this concept phone does look very good although its white colored back is almost blinding.
iMore reports that Apple is “now targeting” an October release a smaller version of iPad, with the gadget having a screen of approximately 7″ and be cost $200-$250.
iMore claims that the 7″ iPad will be “similar” to the current Apple iPad – except – of the display size, apparently including a Retina display screen. That would give the iPad Mini a pixel density approximately similar to that of the iPhone 4s.
It remains unclear how Apple would be capable to meet a $200-$250 price point for the iPad Mini given the apparent specifications, although the gadget will reportedly come with just 8 GB of storage space. Still Apple’s latest iPod-touch begins at $199 and this small iPad Mini will undoubtedly have considerably bigger prices on component.
Reports of a iPad Mini have been circulating ever since the release of the original Apple iPad. The sheer quantity of rumors suggest that Apple has at least been working on these gadget, and reports of a prepared launch for later this calendar year have been increasing. But many experts have, however, believed that the gadget might have a non-Retina screen in order to allow Apple to meet lower prices.