MWC 2015 has also seen Fujitsu unveil its Windows 8.1 Pro ruggedised tablet – the Fujitsu Stylistic V535. The company tries to make the tablet stylish yet being rugged enough to take on different industries and withstand the harshest possible conditions it could possibly go through.
Intel attended the Game Developers Conference this year with a new Broadwell based CPU. A socketed and unlocked 65W desktop processor is on the way, which is good news enough for overclockers everywhere. The microprocessor manufacturer has also equipped this processor with Iris Pro graphics, just because it wants people to mess around with that as well.
The Cupertino giant, Apple has submitted a patent application back in 2014 and it has now been officially published on the US Patent and Trademark Office’s website. The patent details on the company’s method of making devices water-resistant by applying a hydrophobic coating. Could this mean that a water-resistant iPhone is in the works?
MSI has announced a range of new motherboards that support USB 3.1, which promises to be substantially faster than the current USB 3.0 standard. In addition to this, the new MSI Z97A Gaming 6 will also be one of the first motherboards to deploy the new reversible USB Type-C connector.
Graphics card manufacturer, ZOTAC has unveiled the SN970, a Steam Machine equipped with an NVIDIA graphics card and is due to be released with the next batch of Steam Machines. If the price of these internals is comparable with modern consoles then Valve may have just won the console wars.
Cyanogen and Qualcomm have entered into a partnership to build new Reference Design devices from the chipmaker. Qualcomm has been building these devices as a quick way for smaller brands to get phones out on the market quickly. With Cyanogen onboard, the company can now promise a better software experience on these Reference Designs as well.
Right after HTC One M9 and HTC Grip fitness tracker, HTC continues its assault here at Mobile World Congress 2015 with…a virtual reality headset. Yup, that’s right: the Taiwanese mobile phone company has announced a virtual reality headset called HTC Vive.
Not only that it is not designed to be used with mobile phone, it was created with the help of Valve which explains why HTC Vive is utilizing the famed game company’s SteamVR tracking and input technologies.