Clevo launches the latest notebooks, the P150HM and has NVIDIA MSN modules which are interchangeable and allow for upgrading. The 15″ screen is ideal for gamers and combined with i7 Intel CPU with some overclocking features, so you get more value for your investment. This notebook can support 75W powered graphic cards. The P170HM3 is a 3D monitor machine that can support 100W graphic cards and when you wear the glasses you get theatre like 3D display.
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The world’s first 3 Fan CPU cooler from Zalman, It has 135, 235 and 120 fan. There are 6 direct touch heatpipes, along with variable fin arrangement. The device has 250W cummits. The cooler has impressive performance for low noise at 19dB. MSRP around 99 USD. The 12X from Zalman.
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VIA’s Smart TV is based on the VIA Nano CPU and VX900 Chipset for encoding and processing as needed. On the software side, there is a smooth and functional user interface, the ecosystem challenges Google and Apple for streamed content options over the internet. In addition, managing your local media is also a snap. The handy remote/keyboard interface makes browsing and interacting easy. With many of the competitors designing apps from the mobile interface and forgetting that most don’t translate to the TV environment, whereas VIA have focussed specifically on the TV environment and enabled everything for convenience, although that being said, you still have to train your wife to fetch the beers.
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Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core phone supported by LG plus world’s first quad-core CPU tablet and 12 core GPU.
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The GX-7 has 7 heat-pipes and can support dual fans for those CPU’s that need extra cooling from a quality company.Check out more at Gelid.
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GlacialTech @ Computex 2010 introducing products from it’s three different product lines: power supplies, cooling and LED lighting solutions.
From GlacialPower Rex Lin introduced us to the slim type combo adapter for retailer notebooks/ e-books and tablets. The voltage is adjustable, and with the USB output, additional devices can be charged from this one. From GlacialTech he introduced “Siberia” which is a large CPU cooler with 6 heatpipes and a large high volume fan. The cooler is ideal for gaming and high end PC systems. The second model is called Alaska, and also has 6 heatpipes per side., although the cooling method is crossover cooling as opposed to top down cooling in the Alaska model. The GlacialLight section was showing off the dimming capability of the LED BR40 globe. Most regular LED lights cannot be dimmed at all, however GlacialLight has the answer.
Check out more at : Http://www.glacialtech.com
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