PQI H566 – USB external hard drive: First 3.0-ready 2.5-inch portable unit
April 5th, 2010 - Disclaimer
The company PQI announced the launch of a new product that is supposedly intended to be thefirst 2.5-inch portable hard drive in the market incorporating the new standard for connection of peripherals: USB 3.0 (Superspeed). Inside a metallic case with a minimal size and with a theoreticalmaximum data transfer rate of 5Gbps (10 times faster than USB 2.0), this hard drive is available in three versions with different storage capacities: 320GB, 500GB, and 640GB.
Sharp introduces 3Ddisplay that don’t need special glasses
April 3rd, 2010 - Disclaimer
The new Sharp gadgets will show bright and clear three-dimensional images without needing special glasses, which were required (sofar) to use this type of technology.
Laptop hard drive: Toshiba announces a 2.5-inch hard drive with 750GB of available space
March 27th, 2010 - Disclaimer
Toshiba’s Storage Device Division hasintroduced a 2.5-inch ultra-compact hard drive which, according to the company, is the first one offering a capacity of 750GB. The model MK7559GSXP has three platters into the 2.5-inch diagonal space andis designed for laptop computers where the size is a very important point.
Replacing Windows Mobile software – Microsoft renovation in the smartphones market
March 14th, 2010 - Disclaimer
Since along time ago, the software for Microsoft mobile phones seems just a less powerful version of the Windows software for PCs. Users never accepted the less attractive interface, the slower performance,and boring menus with a “corporative style” that require several clicks to execute any function or task.
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