FSP decided to ship its new top model PSU in a stylish aluminum box. It also showed off a boxed power supply with adjustable voltage for mobile computers.
SonyNEC Optiarc is one of the key players in optical drives and related technology. We talked to the specialist to get some idea on when Blu-ray drives will have their breakthrough.
We wrote about Coolermaster’s 80plus Silver certification, which stands for 87% maximum power efficiency. The Taiwanese PSU manufacturer CWT, Channel Well Technology, now claims to have reached 90%.
There isn’t much news on the graphics side at the Computex showfloors, as both AMD and Nvidia are not yet ready with their next generation products. Yet we found two interesting products.
From what memory maker GeIL told us, product reliability can be increased by burning-in memory to detect faulty parts early. Read how GeIL intends to compete with the big players such as Kingston.
3Gen seems to be just another NAS vendor. But its products, the IntelliNAS for four HDDs, and the 3Gen Restore, provide appealing value for SMBs and enthusiast users.
Have you ever dreamed of carrying your cell phone on the wrist? Man Power Hi-Tech and Marble Watch Manufacturing now offer the Cell Phone Watch MP2008B.
Conventional SATA interfaces are too massive for 1.8“ or smaller drives, hence Supertalent has presented a 1.8“ 120-GB Flash SSD based on MicroSATA.
Forget about boring air coolers. Noiselimit offers a product that is based on a closed liquid circle and a radiator, and the firm is working on a massive thermal module for desktop cooling.
Ever thought about throwing a DVD into your computer vertically? GMC offers several cases that allow a vertical installation of your optical drive.
Computex is the perfect event for innovative hardware launches. We looked around and granted the Computex 2008 Innovation Award to some of the best products and technologies we found.
Computex 2008 isn’t only growing, but it is transforming. This year, Computex has two different venues and it is emphasizing environmental by trying to be green - literally.
Western Digital's VelociRaptor is here, and it comes with a bang. The new 10,000 RPM 2.5" SATA hard drive's primal scream is loud enough to intimidate the competition.