As you know, latest generation of iMac and Macbook doesn’t have a built-in optical drive, but luckily for you, there are other external solutions.
Yet another Android tablet. Pioneer Computers Australia Company has introduced their Android 2.2 Froyo tablet known as the DreamBook PhonePad M7, quite a mouthful.
The Android tab is built on a Qualcomm processor with 1 GHz and is equipped with a 7-inch multitouch display with 800 x 600 pixels. The volume of the integrated memory and intelligence are the same, with 512 MB, supporting up to 32GB via MicroSD.
Pioneer has introduced two new speakers into their large line-up of audio equipment, the new S-DJ08 and S-DJ05 are sound reference monitors that are mostly used for DJ’s or people who just love loud, live music. Designed for music production, the bi-amp 2-way powered speakers both have the middle soft dome speaker, and heat sink running on two different circuits which drive the sub woofer and tweeter separately. The S-DJ08 has a large 8-inch woofer while the S-DJ05 has a reasonably smaller one at 5 inches.
The latest tablet to be launched by Pioneer is named DreamBook ePad P10 and it is based on a NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform. Besides that, this tablet comes with a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 multitouch display, perfect for multimedia and gaming.
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All-in-one PCs are highly popular nowadays because they provide you with decent hardware specifications all in a compact design. We have seen many iMac inspired all-in-one PCs over the years but this latest creation comes from Pioneer Computers – a rather unlikely suspect.
Pioneer’s fine technology never fails to impress, it has just unveiled a new type of 16 layer optical disc that is capable of storing up to 400GB worth of data! Of course, it’s based on Blu-ray Disc (BD) but with an added additional material of reflective layers by Pioneer. The specs of the pick-up head (PUH) remains the same as those for blank BD discs, meaning to say the Pioneer discs can be read by BD players currently in the market. Pioneer will be releasing the read-only (ROM) 400GB discs perhaps anytime between now and 2010, while the rewritable 400GB discs will arrive abit later between 2010 and 2012. It’s said a further 1TB capacity will eventually turn up in 2013!