Saturday, June 17, 2006

Bulletproof USB Flash Drives?

Okay, I am still collecting myself from such an "awesome and astounding" news. A bulletproof USB flash drive from Pretec is out in the market just recently ! Wohooo!

Wait a minute. Did I just say bulletproof? Memory stick? Bulletproof? Memory stick? Bulletproof? Oh my… infinity and beyond!

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Saturday, June 10, 2006

new blog in blogsome

I have another high denzity blog:
I guess I am gonna use that blog from now on. See yah

Friday, June 02, 2006

AMD's Project 4x4

Advanced Micro Devices Inc., tagged as the number two chip maker [in the world?], just behind Intel by an inch or two I think, has made an announcement concerning its plans on creating a new PC enthusiast platform codenamed "4x4."

Project 4x4 would bring into existence a next-generation of microprocessor architecture, and this would be targeted to consumers who want high performing PCs for entertainment. It is designed for multi-tasking performance across gaming, digital video, processor-intensive and heavily-threaded applications.

The 4x4 platform features a four-core, multi-socket processor configuration. It will be designed to be upgraded to EIGHT! [wow] total processor cores when AMD launches quad-core processors in 2007.

This breakthrough architecture for servers, workstations and desktops is deemed to debut in mid-2007. A quad-core design for servers, workstations and high-end desktops, and a dual-core design intended for mainstream desktop markets will the soon-to-be highlights and these processors will be built using AMD's 65-nm silicon-on-insulator processes.

Looks like it's not only Dell who's making waves in their respective fields as of the moment. AMD, though considered slightly inferior compared to Intel, has already been creating a solid image in microprocessor technology, and this latest stint might scare the hell out of Intel. Well, that still remains to be seen though.

Well, on with the show, please. Keep those great innovations coming.

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Dell XPS Computers

Aside from being one of the major sponsors of the now $122M grosser X-Men The Last Stand, Dell has opened up another market for its high-quality computer products. Just recently, Dell launched its sleek XPS computers designed for those who want the best out of their music, video, and gaming experience.

Introducing, the XPS M2010 portable desktop with a unique design that allows users to fold the system and its 20-inch screen into a shape of a large briefcase. Talk about convenience and portability eh? Not only that, this PC is armed with not 4, not 5, but 8 powerful speakers plus a subwoofer. Whew! Aside from that, it also has a detachable, full-sized Bluetooth wireless keyboard and gyroscope-enabled remote, and a slot-load DVD drive, along with the high-caliber specs for the ultimate PC and Multimedia experience.

Dell is not contented with that though, because the XPS M1210 notebook is also up for grabs. This baby comes with a 12.1-inch screen and comes standard with a dual-core Intel processor, a huge 4GB of RAM, 120GB of HDD space, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400 graphics, an ExpressCard slot, and an assortment of ports and wireless radios. Now, that's power! Ayt?

Just by looking at these thingies, I am certain that these gadgets are soon going to be pouring in a lot of bucks for Dell, and sure are going to get a lot of big smiles from the multimedia freaks who want power and portability in one small package.

Of course, these things come in a considerably high price tag. The XPS M2010's starting price is $3,500 while XPS M1210's is 1,300 bucks.

More Dell XPS Computer Pics here.