ORIGIN PC announces NVIDIA’s revolutionary G-Sync technology is now available on their EON17-X and EON15-X custom gaming laptops. "By synchronizing the display refresh rates to the GPU, G-SYNC eliminates screen tearing, minimizes display stutter and lowers input lag to deliver the very best gaming experience possible and for the first time ever it’s available on a laptop." See More
For those looking to customize the appearance of their AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics card, AMD incorporated a removable front plate on the AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics card that will allow owners to get a bit creative and make it unique. AMD has released a STP file of a 3D model to download for the face plate to help get you started on designing your own 3D printed or CNC front plate.
Transcend® takes the lead to introduce the new StoreJet® 35T3, its latest 3.5" external hard drive featuring the vast storage capacities up to 8TB and SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface. "The black, sleek-looking StoreJet 35T3 delivers real-world transfer rates of up to 200 MB/s, offering dramatically enhanced external storage performance for today's speed-conscious users."Transcend's StoreJet 35T3 external hard drives are available in 3TB ($159), 4TB ($209) and 8TB ($409) capacities and carries Transcend's three-year limited warranty. See More
ASUSTOR will be exhibiting a cost-effective yet high quality surveillance solution at the Axis Solution Conference 2015. ASUSTOR will be showcasing an all-new Surveillance Center functions include automated event action rules, Intelligent Video Analytics, simple and intuitive on-screen controls, configurable video stream resolutions, interactive electronic maps and 49 channels of real-time video surveillance feeds. All interest parties are welcome to attend the exhibit on July 9, 2015 in the Grand Ballroom, Level 1, Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East, from 10:00 - 16:30. See More
"Today’s classroom is a mixed technology environment comprised of legacy VGA equipment (e.g., old projectors, early-generation interactive whiteboards) and new HDMI-enabled devices (e.g., iPads, Apple TV, Chromebooks). Budget constraints can restrict the purchase of new equipment, forcing educators to use what the school currently has available. There is no easy way to integrate existing equipment with new devices, creating a disconnect that hinders collaboration in the classroom." Until now, as Belkin announces the availability of its new Universal HDMI to VGA Adapter Kit with Audio, the only branded, multi-purpose adapter kit that gives existing legacy equipment complete compatibility with new digital devices. See More