Posts Tagged ‘ODD’
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.
Yesterday, Samsung announced the release of its Series 7 CHRONOS notebook for the South Korean market.
The Series 7 CHRONOS is a high-performance notebook, which was unveiled at IFA, Berlin (in September, 2011). The machine comes in two variants – with a Max Screen minimizing bezel width 15.6-inch display (700Z5A) and with a 14-inch (700Z4A) LCD, both Super-Bright (300nit) anti-refelective HD+ displays with resolution 1600 x 900.
Yesterday, Eurocom unveiled its 18.4-inch Leopard 2.0 notebook with Dual GPU support.
Eurocom now offers its Leopard 2.0 fully upgradeable notebook with SLI or Crossfire GPU configuration. The machine has an 18.4-inch (1920×1080) Full HD LCD display with Auto Light Sensor technology (a smart auto brightness control – adjusts depending on the environment). It is powered by an Intel Core i7/ Core i7 Extreme (up to i7-2960XM) Sandy Bridge processor, up to 24GB of DDR3-1600 memory and 4TB of storage (4 physical drives when the ODD is removed).
Today, Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its new high-performance Samsung Notebook Series 5 Ultra in South Korea.
Samsung Notebook Series 5 Ultra has a high-quality aluminum body and compact design, making it an Ultra portable device.
The Series 5 Ultra comes in two sizes, one with a 13.3-inch and another with a 14-inch anti-reflective display. It also uses an 8 GB ExpressCache system (from Diskeeper), which maximizes its speed performance for multi media and game contents. And Thanks to Samsung’s Fast Start technology, the Series 5 Ultra boots superfast, comes out of sleep mode within 2 seconds and from hibernation within 7 seconds.
Mouse Computer launched four new powerful Quad-Core Sandy Bridge notebook models – the m-Book P-series – with Intel Core i7 processors, in Japan.
The m-Book P-series are powered by Intel’s latest Core i7 Quad-Core processors (i7-2670QM, i7-2760QM, i7-2860QM), which were launched in Q4, 2011.
The P-series notebook comes equipped with a 15.6-inch (1920 × 1080) Full HD glossy display, which is powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX560M Graphics processor. The machine has up to 16GB of DDR3 (PC3-10600) memory, up to 1TB + 120GB SSD storage (MB-P520X2 – with out ODD) and a DVD/ Blu-ray drive.
Pioneer announced availability of its 17-inch DreamBook Power W17 (Intel) for the Australian market.
The DreamBook Power W17 notebook comes with Intel i7, i5, i3 CPU, an HDD, Blu-ray Combo drive and up to 8GB (1066/1333MHz) DDR3 memory. Its 17-inch HD+ (1600×900) Crystal Bright Screen (with optional 17-inch Full-HD (1920×1080) is powered by Nvidia GeForce GT 555M (Optimus) with 2GB GDDR3 Video RAM (540M, 1G Optional).
In addition, the machines has THX TruStudio Pro audio, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, 9-in-1 Card Reader and is loaded with Windows 7 32-bit/64-bit. The laptop weighs around 3.1kg.
Pioneer announced availability of its DreamBook Power W27 (Intel) and DreamBook Power W27-0B (AMD), 17.3-inch laptops for the Australian market.
DreamBook Power W27 notebook is powered by Intel i7, i5, i3 CPU, a USB 3.0 port and Intel HD Graphics 3000. While the AMD version – DreamBook Power W27-0B, comes with AMD E-350 or C-50 dual-core processors and AMD Radeon HD 6250 or AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics.
Both machines have up to 8GB (1066/1333MHz) DDR3 memory, High Definition Audio, 9-in-1 Card Reader, HDMI, USB 2.0 and are loaded with Windows 7.