In our second and final part of the Intel Developer Forum Spring 2007 coverage, we have details on Intel's latest desktop products, a peek at Intel Turbo Memory's performance and some details of Montevina, Skulltrail and Menlow.
In our first Intel Developer Forum update from Beijing, we take an in-depth look at Intel's upcomong 45nm Penryn processor as well as details of the new Intel Xeon 7300 series, Tolapai and Nehalem.
As part of HP's push to capture an even larger market share of enterprise printing, HP has launched its most advanced printing technology to date and it's called Edgeline. Scalability, reliability, speed, high printing quality and low running cost are the qualities it brings.
After more than two years in the making, Canon has finally rolled out its next chapter in the high-end DSLR segment, the EOS-1D Mark III. This is Canon's most advanced DSLR camera to date and it's a step up from the old in nearly all departments.
In the final installment of our grand CeBIT 2007 tour, we take a look at HIS, Nikko, Philips, Sapphire, Sony, Spire, Thermaltake, Tyan, Gigabyte's lifestyle and server boards, and MSI's server boards. Star Wars fans have something to look forward to as well, so read on and find out!
As promised, here is Part 2 of our special Samsung @ CeBIT 2007 coverage. In this part, we take a look at the business side of things as well as more CE products such as color laser AIOs, convergence mobile PCs and some new display technologies from the South Korean electronics giant.
In Episode 9 of CeBIT 2007, we share with you our findings from Ality, Beyond The Ordinary (BTO), Commodore, ECS, Elixir, Gigabyte's Communication department, PQI, Sennheiser and SIS. Don't miss this edition as interesting gadgets and solutions await from these vendors!
In this special segment on Samsung @ CeBIT 2007, we look at the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s display of telecommunication, CE and IT products ranging from their latest mobile phones to new color laser AIOs to the improved Ultra Mobile PC called the Q1 Ultra. Part 1 covers the Ultra sleek, Ultra sexy, Ultra Edition phones.
CeBIT 2007, Epidode 7: We cover Biostar, CWT, digital Cube, HEC, Jetway, Linksys, MSI, Netgear and SilverStone booths. Highlights would be a Radeon X1950 Pro with DDR4 RAM, world's small UMPC (or so they claim), several PSUs, a variety of casings for both HTPC and normal enthusiasts and some interesting peripherals from MSI.
In Part 8 of CeBIT 2007, we cover new stuff from ASUS' extensive product mix including the Lamborghini VX2 and more, Kingmax's new 'world's first' products, some gear from Logitech, MSI's Lifestyle systems and Titan's coolers as well as its Pyramid speakers!
- Apple: Samsung Galaxy S4 & Google Now Violate Siri Patents
- Intel: 'Haswell' Capable of Reducing Idle Power By As Much As 20 Times
- Flickr Revamped: New Look with Bigger Photos & 1TB of Free Storage
- Samsung to Unveil 5.9-inch Galaxy Note III at IFA 2013
- Shure's New In-ear Flagship SE846 Uses a 4-driver Design
- Google Play Music All Access Service Takes On Spotify
- NVIDIA Debuts Project Shield Handheld Gaming System at CES (Updated)
- Windows Blue to Be Officially Called Windows 8.1; Will Be a Free Upgrade to Windows 8