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Mar
07

We already had the capability to ascertain that intel company does not hide its plans with respect to the release of discrete graphical solutions. Within the project is developed the poly-nuclear video chip, which has 16 cores, placed on one crystal. It is assumed that the announcement of this graphical solution will takes place in 2008-2009.

Associates told, that Intel representatives recently met with companies representatives , which is occupied by memory production . The theme was a question about the deliveries of memory type GDDR- 5 for equipping its graphic card on the base of promising Intel video chip . These graphic card will support the interface PCI express 2.0, the first models with 512 mb. and 1 Gb memory will appear already in the second-half of 2008. Directly the announcement is planned for the period between Christmas holidays at the turn of 2008-2009 and the end of the first quarter 2009.

In the use of memory type GDDR- 5 given by graphical solution there is nothing surprising – even contemporary video card begin to use GDDR-4, and to 2009 they will for sure switch to memory of type GDDR- 5.

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xtreview.com

Mar
07

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After brokering a deal last June, Commodore, the previously strong maker of the Commodore64 PC, is going to launch a line of gaming PCs at CeBIT. Seeing as the Commodore brand has been entrenched in the minds of PC users the punchline to a joke about how old their machine is, it’s going to be all uphill for Commodore Gaming.

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gizmodo.com

Mar
07

So aside from Kevin and James over at jkOnTheRun, we’re not sure how many folks are going to be delighted to learn that Samsung’s Q1P UMPC is now all Vista-certified (it still ships with the same rather anemic hardware, however), but sometimes you just gotta throw a bone to the hardcore “ultranauts.” Not much to say about the 1.7-pound, 7-inch Q1P that you didn’t already know, but to fill a little space we’ll regurgitate the specs for the umpteenth time: 1.0GHz Pentium ULV processor, 60GB HDD, 1GB of RAM (not bad!), Bluetooth, WiFi, and of course integrated graphics. The biggest plus for Vista Q1P users — besides the upgraded pen input — will probably be Origami Experience, a launcher / media player that strives to polish up the interface and further differentiate the UMPC from PDA’s and full-size tablets. As usual, $1,300 is the sticker price for this model, which is available immediately with its new Vista flava.

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engadget.com

Mar
07

hey any one of you want to save power ;

r u being robbed off by ur electricity bills;

heres a TV which will save your power ;

a well known company in car brands “hyundai” has announced a 46 ” LCD with 1080p support ;

& which consumes less power than many other comparable LCD’s;

& it uses S-PVA technology to view the picture from a wider angle as wide as 178 degree;

so go & grab one of those;

source:-

engadget.com

Mar
07

Mad Catz’s PlayStation 3 accessories have been pretty sparse since the console’s release — consisting only of some cables, controller skins, a vertical stand, and a “horizontal system stacker” — but the company’s now stepping things up a bit, rolling out a new line of PS3 controllers competing for your thumbs’ attention. Available in both wired and wireless versions, the controllers eschew Sony’s trademark SIXAXIS technology in favor Mad Catz’s entirely different “SixSense” motion sensing mojo, and come in your choice of red, blue, black, or silver. They’re also, of course, priced lower than Sony’s SIXAXIS, coming in at $30 for the wired controller and $40 for the wireless model.

so go & grab them as soon as they get launched

source:-

engadget.com