AMD has revealed its latest weapon in the never-ending battle of graphics card against its biggest rival NVIDIA. The Radeon HD 7990, equipped with dual-GPU is quite a monster, not just in performance but also in the price tag – a whopping $999!
The monster graphic card fits in a 6GB DDR5 memory and a pair ug HD 7970 GPUs in just a single board clearly competing with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 690 that also squeezes a pair of GPU in the same range of price.
With its high performance, expect some heat that will come with it, too. To cool . . . → Read More: AMD Unleashes Radeon HD 7990, Matches Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 690
With the tech market focusing more on tablet PC’s and smartphones, there is no way that manufacturers are going to leave the development of their desktop computers. Though desktop PC’s are not so popular nowadays compared to the latest small gadgets, they are still the most powerful units in terms of gaming, production, and other purposes.
Dell, one of the most outstanding computer manufacturer, attempts to meet the needs of Linux fans with their PCs. The laptop line “Project Sputnik” is a product of the effort of Dell which is an advanced version of the XPS . . . → Read More: Alienware X51 Starts at $599
Nvidia Corp. shares increased in expanded trading following producer of graphics processors announced third- quarter product sales and revenue that capped analysts’ estimations, raised by need for chips utilized by computer avid gamers and developers.
Product sales in the period which ended Oct. 30 increased 26 % to $1.07 billion, the Santa Clara, California-based firm mentioned in a report yesterday. That in comparison with the normal analyst estimation for $1.06 billion in profits, based on Bloomberg data. Not including particular costs, revenue was 35 cents per share, topping predictions of 31 cents.
Nvidia have been winning share of . . . → Read More: Nvidia Corp. Shares Rises; Chip Demands Boosts Profit
AT&T Inc. recently stated it will certainly launch five fresh smartphones which include Google Inc.’s Android operating system.
New gadgets include Pantech Curitel’s Pantech Pocket, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s Captivate Glide and Doubletime, Motorola Mobility Inc.’s Atrix 2, and ZTE Corp.’s AT&T Avail.
The Atrix 2 includes a front-facing camera, 8MP camera having 1080p HD video capture, 1GB RAM, 1Ghz Dual-Core CPU, 4.3-inch qHD display, HSPA+ 21Mbps functionality, Lapdock 100 connectivity and Android 2.3.
The Samsung Captivate Glide includes a 1.3MP front-facing camera, 8MP camera having 1080p video capture, 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 1Ghz Dual-Core Nvidia Tegra 2 . . . → Read More: AT&T Launches Five Android Smartphones
HP Tech giant has had to lessen the cost of its Touchpad tablet once more after we reported that the company was giving a $50 discount when buying the gadget straightly from its website.
Now, Monica & Steve Shen from Taiwan-based news outlet Digitimes write that HP will lessen the price of its 16GBd 32GB Touchpad by another $50 to $399 and $499 to increase hitherto disappointing sales.
We have as well observed several one-off price cuts courtesy of deals websites like Woot or Ebuyer which gave the 16GB edition of the tablet for . . . → Read More: HP Cuts Down Again Touchpad Tablet Price