While most of the attention was directed at the new Radeon R9 Fury X as well as Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series cards during their official Malaysian launch event earlier this week, AMD did bring a couple of surprises to the event. They came in the form of two upcoming graphics cards: the Radeon R9 Nano and a yet to be named graphics card that features dual Fiji GPUs.
It was only few weeks ago at E3 2015 that AMD has finally taken the drape off its latest pride and joy, a brand new GPU chip codenamed Fiji which is the foundation of several graphics card including the Radeon R9 Fury X. As opposed to the company’s Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series graphics cards which is already widely available in our market, it is quite hard to source an R9 Fury X in Malaysia at the moment but that didn’t stop AMD from having an official Malaysian launch event for it earlier this week anyway.
Hewlett-Packard has filed the necessary paperwork for the company to split itself into two entities. The existing HP Inc will remain intact, but the server business will be spun off as Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. This neatly divides the company between consumer tech and enterprise services,
It hasn’t exactly been a great year for Qualcomm, thanks to the vast amount of negative news its controversial Snapdragon 810 processor has garnered from the media. Thankfully for the company, however, benchmark results of its upcoming processor – the Snapdragon 820 – have been leaked. Even better news? It’s much more powerful than the Snapdragon 810.
Intel has updated its NUC product page with a pair of models fitted with the new Braswell based Celeron and Pentium processors. Braswell uses the same Airmont CPU as Intel’s Atom processors, but has a higher TDP which allows them to run at a higher capacity for longer. It also supports technologies like SATA and USB 3.0, which is an improvement over the previous generation of Celeron and Pentium chips.
Logitech’s new MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse will be making its way to the Malaysian market as early as next month. Featuring the very same Darkfield laser sensor as the very popular Logitech MX Master wireless mouse, it lets the MX Anywhere 2 to track on any surface, including glass.
Even though you can generally game with Apple Mac depending on the model you choose, the company is not so big into gaming when it comes to their computers unlike iPhone and iPad. So, this particular design patent that is newly granted to the company is rather odd because it is a gaming headset – a product that is generally out of their usual focus.
Intel’s Compute Stick idea is slowly catching on, and Lenovo is hopping on that bandwagon with the introduction of the Lenovo ideacentre Stick 300. It is similar in build and design to the compute stick, but has one important quality that might make it more attractive to consumers: it is cheaper.
Batman Arkham Knight recently launched to excellent reviews, at least for those playing on the PlayStation 4. Reviewers were only sent this particular version, and it has become clear why the PC port of the game was kept away from reviewers. PC gamers have discovered that the game runs horribly due to issues with memory leaks and stuttering frame rates thanks to NVIDIA’s Gameworks.
As per its announcement at E3 2015, AMD has decided to unleash its new flagship-class Radeon R9 Fury graphics cards separately than the Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series models. The first of them will be the R9 Fury X which is expected to be available in Malaysia within the next two weeks.
If you are planning to get your hands on one though, get ready to splash some serious cash because it seems that the price for the card in Malaysia might reach really close to the RM 3,000 mark or it could be even more.
Over at E3 2015, AMD has unveiled quite a number of new Radeon graphics card under the flagship-class R9 Fury series as well as the R9 and R7 300 series. True to its promise, it seems like that the new line up of cards have made their way into Malaysia within days of their E3 launch event. However, the price of each cards depends on the brand that you choose.
Samsung has completed a trial run of its Safety Truck programme; an experiment that involves allowing drivers to see through large vehicles. This was done by mounting a wireless camera on the front of the trailer cab, and then feeding the video to four large screen panels set on the back of the trailer.