Items tagged with VENTO

Asus' VENTO chassis line has been around for years, and with the introduction of the TA-M2, we're led to believe that it's still going strong. Like many gaming enclosures today, this one also sports a translucent side panel and plenty of LED lighting, but unlike most, there one has a touch of class to go along with all that pizzazz.Right away, we're turned on by the screw-less design and advanced ventilation system. On that topic, we should note that the side panel fans are located on an adjustable plate for easy adjustments according to heat requirements. Needless to say, this really comes in... Read more...
Ever have the need to pack up your computer for that roadtrip back to college but there's just no more room left in that '72 AMC Gremlin of yours?   Or perhaps you're a small PC reseller with serious space constraints in your inventory warehouse area?  Asus has your back it apparently with the what has to be the world's first "foldable" PC case... So Easy, So Quick – Introducing the ASUS VENTO TA-F Foldable Chassis Compact Foldable Design Provides Over 30% Savings on Storage and Transportation Taipei, Taiwan, October 31, 2008 – The ASUS VENTO TA-F Series chassis... Read more...
Lawrence Roberts is just another guy with the title:" Inventor of the Internet" in news articles. According to Wikipedia, he's the father of networking through data packets. And he's turned his attention to everyone's favorite data packet topic: Peer-to-Peer filesharing. He's established a company called Anagran, and says their devices can sort out which file transfers on the tubes are P2P, and -- you guessed it -- can throttle them in favor of other, more "high-priority" traffic.At Structure 08, he laid out the problem: 5 percent of the Net's users are running P2P transfers taking up 80 percent... Read more...
If you suffer from "Blackberry Thumb" from punching in text on the tiny keyboard supplied with many mobile devices, you're bound to love the I-Tech virtual laser keyboard. The device, priced at $180, is a black obelisk about the size of a lipstick tube that uses infrared and laser technology to project an outline of a full keyboard onto any surface. You type by "pressing" the keys, and the laser senses your actions. The keyboard can be made slightly larger or smaller depending on how the device is angled. It's also compatible with... Read more...
Hawking Technologies HBB1 Broadband Booster Review @ Hardware-Review.net: "Getting every ounce out of your broadband bandwidth can be a daunting task and one many users deal with on a daily basis. Many people who use a Voice-Over-IP phone service or play online games experience some distortion or lower quality connections because of how their data packets are being prioritized, sent, and received. All of these programs take valuable bandwidth and leave each fighting for their place in line. To help broadband routers with this problem, Hawking Technologies has developed the unique HBB1 Broadband... Read more...
Heya Folks! What's red and shiny, looks like a it stepped out of a Ferrari show-room floor and has 120mm fans keeping things cool inside?  Asus' new Vento 3600 Gamer's case, of course! Check it out here, the Stealth Man tells all... :)... Read more...
  Over the past 10 years or so, the Personal Computer has found its way into a majority of homes, evolving from a high-priced curiosity to an everyday necessity.  As with any other market, companies have come and gone during that time period, with their bottom lines inevitably tied to the products they produced.  In today's increasingly competitive market, manufacturer's are constantly looking outside of their established lines for new ideas to keep them profitable.  Heeding to this call, Asus has also begun to look beyond their motherboard and graphics cards for something new. ... Read more...