Nowadays we’re seeing all sorts of devices that require high transfer speed in order to provide full functionality. As you know, eSATA and USB 3.0 are becoming very popular, so people from Addonics have decided to combine eSATA and USB 3.0 and to create something new.
Acer has recently introduced their latest Predator gaming computer, the Aspire G.
More precisely known as the ASG7710-A41, its specs will be most appreciated by those who needed it, gamers! Offering a Core i7-950 @ 3.06GHz CPU, 6GB of DDR3 RAM (up to 12GB), an Intel X58 Express Chipset, 1TB of SATA HDD @ 7200rpm, two Nvidia GeForce GTS 250 (1GB of VRAM), a Blu-ray disc drive, as well as 11 USB 2.0 ports, 2 eSATA ports, a multi-card reader, 4 DVI-D ports and finally a two Gigabit Ethernet. The Aspire G will run on Windows Vista Home Premium (64bit), and also comes with the G15 keyboard and the G9 Laser mouse.
Since Acer acquired Gateway and Packard Bell along with it, Packard Bell’s PC lineup has been relaunched with a touch of Acer inspiration. Not surprisingly so has Packard Bell’s high end ixtreme computer package.
The new ixtreme, high performance PC will have processor choices of – AMD Phenom X4 II, Core 2 Quad or Core i7 all on offer. Memory wise, up to 12GB of RAM and 3TB of storage and Nvidia GeForce GTS 250 for up to 1GB of graphics memory.
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Just like it was suggested yesterday by Google, Dell’s latest ultra thin luxurious flagship – Adamo is now available and you can order it online worldwide wherever you are. As you may be aware, the Adamo is available in white (Pearl) and black (Onyx). In addition to that the specs differ by a tiny bit with Desire being the bigger brother of Admire. The below is a breakdown of the official specs and pricing for those in the UK and US.
The MSI X-Slim range has just been given two new models to go alongside the super skinny MSI X-Slim X320 (you MSI’s version of the MacBook Air!): the MSI X-Slim X340 and the X-Slim X600.
OCZ Tech is now officially entering the eSATA arena with their newly unveiled: Throttle. No pricing or release date is given, but Register Hardware is proposing that it’ll possibly be $32 for 8GB, $56 for 16GB and $160 for 32GB. For eSATA ports that don’t provide power or if you haven’t got an eSATA just yet, you don’t need to worry. The Throttle has a mini-USB port to provide it with the equivalent so that you can also use it to transfer data just like normal flash drives.