Toshiba recently announced its latest Satellite L Series laptops and also the Satellite P50 Series as well. The Satellite L Series include the 14” Satellite L40 and the 15.6” Satellite L50. On the other hand, the P50 Series bear two high-end model which are the Satellite P50 and the Ultra HD version, the P50t.
MSI Malaysia has announced that it will be hosting the MSI Gaming Fair. The event, which will take place at Low Yat Plaza’s concourse level, starts on Monday 28 July to 3 August 2014. The week event will feature MSI’s latest gaming notebook lineup, providing hands-on demo of the notebooks including the latest MSI GS60 Ghost.
Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, has recently confirmed that all versions of Windows OS ranging from computers to mobile phones will be merged into a single operating system. Nadella said that that by doing so, this means just one operating system will cover all screen sizes.
Apple has announced that its company will be releasing the public beta of OS X Yosemite on 24 July (25 July Malaysia). Yosemite was announced during the keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) back in June. The beta testing program is free for anyone but is limited only to the first million users who sign up.
As you might have heard, the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 will be made available in Malaysia in late August but our first hands-on experience with the device took place a month ago during Computex 2014 in Taiwan. Alongside that, we also have captured a very detailed walkthrough of Surface Pro 3 design and features by Brian Hall, the General Manager of Surface team at the tablet’s Taiwanese media launch event.
It is slightly longer than our average videos but nevertheless, it is a good watch if you always been wondering what Surface Pro 3 is able to do and how it is like in action. Priced from RM 2729, the Surface Pro 3 is now available for pre-order at selected retailers throughout Malaysia.
Truth to be told, HP is usually not the name that one will utters when it comes to gaming notebook. That is rather unfortunate because HP actually had the chance to turn that around when it bought quite a well-known gaming PC company called VoodooPC in 2006 but as the story goes, things went downwards soon after.
In the end, the only thing that left from that acquisition is the “Envy” moniker although it is definitely not the same Envy that we knew from VoodooPC era. Fast forward to last week, it seems that HP is planning a comeback in the gaming notebook space; thanks to the emergence of these leaked images that are said to an upcoming gaming notebook from HP.
So, someone has jumped the gun earlier today. Nevertheless, the official info has finally arrived from Microsoft Malaysia few hours ago and it pretty much confirmed the pricing that we heard from senQ and Senheng folks: the official RRP for Surface Pro 3 will start from RM 2,729 onwards.
In addition to that, Microsoft Malaysia has also revealed the full list of retailers throughout the country that will begin to accept pre-orders from tomorrow, 1 July onwards.
Within AMD line of products for consumers, AMD FX-series is positioned right at the top of the pyramid as it is targeted for more demanding users that dabble in gaming and overclocking. Soon, AMD FX-series processor for desktop PC will be made available with liquid cooling system right in the box.
In the mobile computing space, a lot of emphasis have been given to power efficiency these days as processor makers and their OEM partners alike are looking into providing longer battery life for users to depend on without sacrificing performance. As for AMD, the company claimed that this has always been part of its focus for the longest time.
As proof, AMD stated that it has managed to achieve 10x improvement in power efficiency for the company’s mobile APU during the last six years; progressing from the Puma architecture in 2008 up to the recently launched Kaveri for mobile. That being said, the company aims to gain even more power efficiency for its APU in the not-so-distant future.