Posted: October 24th, 2011 | Author: Buster Cookson | Filed under: Buddhas Brother, Hardware, Technoid Computer News | Tags: 16000MHz, 32GB, 64bit, 8GB Stick, Corsair, DDR3, Technoid, Technoid Computer News, Technoid IT News, Uber, Vengeance | Comments Off
Technology advances in many directions, memory for example increases in both speed and capacity. Corsair, the manufacturer of high performance computer parts and gaming goodness have upped the ante one more time. Throwing down the gauntlet to fellow memory manufacturers with the release of their high-speed 8GB Vengeance DDR3 RAM. Worlds may well be colliding with the introduction of the new Vengeance modules with Workstations using professionals and Über Gamers both competing to buy the new Corsair sticks of RAM. With the capacity of normally slow Server and Workstation RAM but with the high speed performance of gaming memory the Vengeance will be in high demand. Stack four of these octo monsters in your gaming rig for an astounding 32GB of system memory that will let you take on any task , edit that new 4k hi-def film while playing the latest first person shooter and rendering Toy Story 4 in the background.
“Vengeance DDR3 memory is the premier choice for reliable, overclockable DRAM for system builders on a budget,” said Giovanni Sena, Director of Memory Products at Corsair. “Our kits based on 8GB modules give builders, system integrators, and gaming enthusiasts the power to break the 16GB barrier.”, Corsair Read the full article »»»»
Posted: September 28th, 2011 | Author: Buster Cookson | Filed under: Buddhas Brother, Technoid Gadget News, Übergadget | Tags: 27 Solar Panels, Electree, Electric Bonsai, Gadget Charger, Solar Power, Technoid Gadget News, Technoid IT News, Uber, USB Charger, Vivian Muller | Comments Off
Electricity is the lifeblood of our gadget laden world. With each new generation of gadget comes more demanding power requirements. With every new gadget we bring into our homes comes the need to charge it, keep it fed. Mobile phones are just the tip of the ice-berg, tablets, MP3 players, cameras, remote controls, keyboards and game controllers all now need a place to charge. While Wi-Fi has loosened the shackles of the network cable, batteries still need to be plugged into power some-how, usually requiring a power point. Centralizing all of your charging needs into one spot, housing it in a stylish and Über cool design the Electree frees our gadgets from the power board nightmare evolving at every power point in every household. Powered by amorphous silicon solar panels that store their charge in the Electree’s on-board battery the Electree is always ready to bring those gadgets back to life. This is one of those rare gadgets that actually frees up power sockets in the grand power board of life. Read the full article »»»»
Posted: September 28th, 2011 | Author: Buster Cookson | Filed under: Buddhas Brother, Technoid Computer News, Technoid Gadget News, Über Monitor, Übergadget | Tags: Billion Colors, HP, IPS, LCD, LED, Technoid, Technoid Gadget News, Technoid IT News, Uber, Value IPS, WQHD, ZR series, ZR2040w, ZR2240w, ZR2440w, ZR2740w | Comments Off
LCD Monitors are the work-horse of every computer setup, weather laptop or desktop your monitor has to represent the entire computer world, before your very eyes. The quality of that picture and the clarity of your window into the computer world comes down to the technology in the panel. IPS Panels are the professionals of the LCD world, for video editing these monitors are essential, photographers and graphic designers swear by them. HP’s newly released ZR-series Performance Displays use the latest IPS technology to provide a powerful salvo in the Über Monitor battle. There are four new members of the ZR series, with prices ranging from $729 USD to the unbelievably low $189 USD for the little brother of the family, the ZR2040w 20″ LCD. Read the full article »»»»
Posted: September 21st, 2011 | Author: Buster Cookson | Filed under: Buddhas Brother, Favorite New Thought, Sony, Technoid Gadget News, Übergadget | Tags: 7" Touch-screen, ChumbyOS, Dash, Dashboard, Free Applications, HID-B7, HID-B70H, Marvel CPU, Media Terminal, Picture Frame, Sony, Technoid Gadget News, Technoid IT News, Uber, Über Alarm Clock, Über Information Device | Comments Off
Computers are shrinking themselves into new places around our homes and offices. Driving this revolution is a new class of application friendly device, The Information Device. Sony’s new HID-B70H Dash is one such device, this is a 7″ Touch-screen Über Information Device. Flexibility is the Dash’s middle name, this flexibility gives it many personalities; Über Alarm Clock, electronic side kick in the kitchen, picture frame, media terminal or real-time data display. You make the choice by selecting and installing applications from a library of over a thousand free applications, turning the Dash into your own personal information – dash – hound.
Once it’s off and running there’s no restarts, no refreshing, no crash’s, no hassle operation. Sony has kept the design of the two new Dash models understated – the HID-B7 $129.95 USD and HID-B70H $169.95 USD -, they are handsome but not over the top, able to fit into any situation. Both models will be available in October and can be pre-order now. Read the full article »»»»
Posted: September 12th, 2011 | Author: Buster Cookson | Filed under: Buddhas Brother, Technoid Gadget News, Übergadget | Tags: Amazon, Comment Bubble, LCD, Native Union, Play, Technoid, Technoid Gadget News, Technoid IT News, Uber, Video Messaging | Comments Off
Video is invading all corners of our world, YouTube has brought the short clip to the masses. Now Native Union has made video personal again, demonstrating their Play personal video messaging system. The comment bubble shaped device houses a 2.4″ LCD and a video camera. At the press of a button it can record a message to be played back by the next person to pass the fridge at home or at the office.
Messages are recorded with the built-in video camera, microphone and with enough memory for up to 3 minutes of video the Play is simplicity itself. Keep recording messages until the Play is full, clear it out and start again. Make a whole series of annoying one word messages that need to be played one after the other to hear the full message. Even the shape of the Play is simplicity, a comment bubble to contain your messages. Native Union has even included a flashing LED to indicate a new message. The magnetized back makes a Fridge the natural home for the Play but many other places will learn to make the Play at home, in the office a quick note on how to turn on the video projector sits on the wall or record the ten most common answers in your job and leave Play to cover for you. Now if they can build in a label maker they may well take over the world. Read the full article »»»»