Posts Tagged ‘NVIDIA’
Sony Vaio VGN-FZ31ER (PCG-3A6P) notebook part numbers.
Recently, we had a Sony Vaio VGN-FZ31ER notebook with a problematic onboard Nvidia GeForce 8400M GT graphics card. The machine was not switching on, so we had to open it and send the motherboard for reballing the video chip (or replacing it with a new one).
Asus announced additional Spring 2012 notebook and netbook models for the Japanese market.
The additional Asus models for Spring 2012 include – the 11.6-inch Asus Hot Pink Zenbook UX21E, the 17.3-inch K73SD notebook, Eee PC 1025C/ Eee PC 1025CE (the Flare Series), Eee PC 1225B, and the low-cost Eee PC X101CH netbook model.
Acer offers its Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 ultrabook for $1384 USD, in Taiwan.
Acer introduced its Aspire Timeline Ultra at CES in Vegas, and now the company is showcasing its new Aspire M3 ultrabook, at CeBIT 2012, in Germany.
The Aspire Timeline Ultra M series ultrabook comes with a 14-inch or 15.6-inch display, powered by up to NVIDIA GeForce GT640M (with 1GB VRAM) graphics processor.
Today, Gigabyte introduced its 15.6-inch P2542G gaming notebook, at CeBIT 2012.
The Gigabyte P2542G is a gaming and multimedia notebook with a race car design, featuring a unique dual heat sink with dual air vents technology, for a powerful cooling during long hours of use. The machine has a 15.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) LED backlight display, powered by a quad-core 3rd generation Intel Core i7 CPU (Ivy Bridge) and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M GPU with 2GB of video memory.
Today, Gigabyte introduced the U2442V and U2442N Ultrabooks, at CeBIT 2012, in Hanover, Germany.
Gigabyte’s first ultrabook U2442 comes in two variants – U2442N and U2442V, both equipped with a 14-inch HD+ (1600 x 900) LED Backlit display, powered by an NVIDIA GeForce GT640M graphics processor with 2GB of VRAM.
AT&T offers Sony Tablet P in the U.S. for $399 USD with a 2 year contract.
AT&T announced that the dual-screen Sony Tablet P will be available in the States, starting from March 4th, 2012.
The Sony Tablet P has two 5.5-inch screens with display resolution of 1024 x 480, powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz mobile processor, 1GB of memory and 4GB of storage. The tablet also comes with a 0.3MP front-facing and a 5MP rear camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR, 4G support, a microUSB port and microSD card reader (for additional – up to 32GB).
NVIDIA’s DirectTouch architecture is now supported by Synaptics and other companies.
Yesterday, Nvidia announced that its DirectTouch technology is now officially supported also by Atmel, Cypress and Synaptics, which joined N-Trig, Raydium and Focaltech. Nvidia’s DirectTouch architecture offloads some of the touch processing onto Tegra 3′s processor cores, offering a more responsive touch support, while also reducing power consumption.