Items tagged with Computex 2010

ASUS has teamed up with DisplayLink to provide users with the connectivity and productivity benefits of a universal docking station. The new ASUS Universal Docking Station uses DisplayLink’s USB virtual graphics processor, the DL-165, which enables auxiliary displays to support HD resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 or 1920 x 1080 (wide). The new docking station measures 26x8x2cm and offers the following ports: 10/100 Ethernet, VGA, DVI, audio out, microphone in, four high-speed USB 2.0 ports, and Kensington Lock support. DisplayLink and ASUS Announce Worldwide Availability of Universal Docking... Read more...
HTPC builders will have more options available soon, thanks to a trio of mini-ITX motherboards we came across while checking out the ZOTAC booth during Computex 2010. The new ION ITX model replaces the Intel Atom processor found in the previous model with a dual-core CULV SU2300 CPU, while making use of NVIDIA ION graphics and DDR3-1066 memory. In addition, the H55 ITX WiFi motherboard sports an LGA1156 socket and supports the latest Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors. This board also provides users with two USB 3.0 ports, a PCIe x16 slot, DDR3-1333, and WiFi 802.11n capability. A more affordable... Read more...
Consumer-grade SSDs are fast, without a doubt, but those who demand extreme performance at any cost, or perhaps for enterprise applications, the fastest SSDs on the market are PCI Express-based, like the ioDrive and ioXtreme from Fusion-io, for example. OCZ also offers their Z-Drive with similar performance, though while these speed demons are available for purchase, only a fraction of consumers can afford their sky high asking prices. As with most technology though, wait a few months and something faster, smaller, and more affordable with come along to shake things up a bit. At Computex 2010,... Read more...
SanDisk is increasing the capacity and improving the performance of its SSD product line with new drives. The SSD G4 is designed as a drop-in replacement for notebook hard drives and the SSD P4 makes it possible for manufacturers to offer even thinner netbook and tablet computers. Both drives double the capacities of the company's previous SSD offerings—the SanDisk SSD P4 offers up to 128GB and the SanDisk SSD G4 offers up to 256GB of storage. The new drives are being evaluated by top tier OEMs; High-volume production of the drives is expected in the third quarter of this year. SanDisk Doubles... Read more...
By using the Lucid HYDRA 200 real time distributed processor in MSI’s 870A Fuzion and P55A Fuzion motherboards, LucidLogix and MSI are giving customers the performance of multi-GPU computing for an affordable price. The HYDRA engine makes it possible for users to upgrade to multiple GPUs from a variety of vendors and provides for interoperability among GPUs and chipsets. The three new motherboards from MSI will be available shortly after Computex, which runs through June 5. Lucid and MSI Make Multi-GPU Gaming Accessible to the Masses Two New MSI Motherboards With Lucid HYDRA Give Consumers... Read more...