Posts Tagged ‘Hyper-Threading’
Toshiba announced its dynabook R631/W1TD Ultrabook model – for online sales in Japan.
The dynabook R631 (Winter 2011 Ultrabook) is equipped with a 1.80GHz Intel Core i7-2677M Quad Core Sandy Bridge processor (launched in Q2,2011), 4GB of DDR3 (1333MHz) PC3-10600 memory working in dual channel (from which 2GB is built-in onboard) and an SSD storage of 128GB (from which 100GB free space).
Toshiba announced its new 15.6-inch glasses-free 3D dynabook Qosmio T851/D8DR in Japan, an updated version of its 3D dynabook Qosmio T851/D8CR.
Toshiba’s glasses-free 3D Qosmio T851 notebook comes in “Shiny Red” and runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. It has the latest Intel Core i7-2640M Dual-Core processor (the same Sandy Bridge processor, which comes with the recently announced Sony Vaio SE series high-end model – VPCSE17GK/B).
The Qosmio T851 sports a 15.6-inch (1920 x 1080) HD Clear SuperView LED Backlight glasses-less 3D-enabled display. It is powered by NVIDIA GeForce GT540M graphics chip and Toshiba’s SpursEngine 3D Quad-Core HD video processor.
Today, Toshiba released in Japan its new Dynabook R631 – another 13.3-inch Ultrabook.
Toshiba’s Dynabook R631 Ultrabook comes with 1.6 GHz Intel Core i5-2467M dual-core Sandy Bridge processor, delivering four threads with Intel’s Hyper-Threading and processor speeds up to 2.3 GHz with Intel’s Turbo Boost 2.0 technology. This energy efficient CPU has plenty of power, supporting VT-x, Anti-Theft and 4G WiMAX Wireless with a step TDP of just 17W.
Eurocom added Intel Core i7-2960XM to its line of high performance fully upgradable notebooks.
The EUROCOM Racer is currently the only notebook with the most powerful mobile GPU’s and mobile processors on the market. The EUROCOM Racer supports NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M, AMD Radeon Mobility HD6990M or NVIDIA Quadro FX 5010M equipped with 2GB of superfast DDR5 VRAM.
EUROCOM Racer also supports up to 32GB of DDR3-1333 or DDR3-16000 of system memory and an optional display configuration of a Matte or Glossy Full HD 1920 x 1080 (16:9) LED backlit panels. The Racer is a high-end professional and gaming notebook, which can be fully configured and customized to users’ exact specifications, operational and application requirements. Read the rest of this entry »
Asus announced the release of its 12.1-inch Eee Slate B121 Windows 7 Tablet PC in Japan.
ASUS Eee Slate B121 is powered by the latest 1.33GHz Intel Core i5-470UM processor and runs Windows 7 Professional 32-bit. The Eee Slate is equipped with TPM v1.2 security chip by TCG (Trusted Computing Group), for enhanced encryption and more secured work environment. It has a 12.1-inch high-end FFS display (Fringe Field Switching) with wide viewing angle of 178 °, electromagnetic induction system, capacitive multi-touch and Wacom Feel IT Technology – Electro Magnetic Resonance Technology (EMR) supporting pen input operations.
ASUS announced that is offering its HD 14-inch A43E notebook in five different colors with promotional gifts, to students in China.
September is the time when, most students go back to school to start the new semester and owning a stylish and robust notebook is essential. The Asus A43E notebook is the perfect choice for students seeking a combination of colorful stylish design with extremely powerful performance.
The A43E notebook comes in 5 different cool colors – Blue, Red, Orange, Green and Pink. At the same time, the model also incorporates Intel’s Sandy Bridge platform i5 processing core, a discrete graphics card, high quality Altec Lansing speakers and Sonic Focus audio software.
EUROCOM revealed benchmarking results of Panther 2.0 with overclocked HD 6990M CrossFireX
Eurocom Corporation, a developer of fully upgradeable notebooks has completed a round of benchmarking results in their flagship Panther 2.0 system using AMD’s newest Radeon HD 6990M GPU. In the round of testing the EUROCOM Panther 2.0 platform was tested with one HD 6990M GPU, two HD 6990M in CrossFireX, one HD 6990M (Overclocked) and two HD 6990M in CrossFireX (overclocked). Read the rest of this entry »