So, the moment we’ve all been waiting for. The iPad 2 is finally here, and it’s got a whole load of new features, applications and accessories. The first thing everyone’s going to notice is the size difference (in terms of thickness/depth); Apple has managed to make the iPad 2 an impressive 33% thinner and 15% […]
As most of you should know, we are getting ever so closer to that time of year when Apple comes out with some new products and news. Well, this time it’s the MacBook Pro. All models have been updated with better graphics, state-of-the-art processors and breakthrough high-speed I/O. If you’re looking to be purchasing a […]
Intel has announced at the Developer Forum that the Intel Atom processor will be going on a diet to become a 15nm process size.
Although many analysts thought that Western Digital may have a chance of taking the crown for hard drive maker of the year during the fourth quarter of last year, once again Seagate has managed to fend off its competitors and hold the title.
The new Clarkdale processor will operate at a speedy 3.6GHz, is built using a 32nm process and has a TDP of only 73W – considerably low given the high frequency. It boasts 256KB x2 of L2 cache and has a third level of 4MB cache.
At last the prices for the NVIDIA Geforce GTX480 and GTX 470 have finally been confirmed and they will vary from country to country.The UK price for the GTX 480 is £429, £30 more than we predicted whilst the RRP for the GTX470 is £299.
3D Gaming and Films have quickly made their presence in the cinema and on PC’s but now NVIDIA is planning to bring the experience to the living room.
It’s not a shock that the highly anticipated Fermi chip won’t be cheap but it’s been revealed that it’s not going to be as expensive as we once might of thought.
Many Home Cinema lovers have been anticipating the release of the new LG’s OLED Television. Now is the time though, and it’s landed in Europe.
Since the release of netbooks and other ultra-portable computer systems, the Intel Atom processor has dominated these systems. However, according to an internet report, Intel maybe replacing the Z-series Atom CPU’s with what is dubbed the “Oak Trail” processors.