Intel officially announced the Compute stick for Malaysia. The 4-inch long dongle turns any display with a HDMI port into a computer, complete with WiFi and BlueTooth connectivity. Multiple applications for the device have been envisioned by the company, including modernising digital signage and education.
Dell Showcases Inspiron 23 7000 AIO, First Product in Malaysia Equipped with Intel RealSense 3D Camera
Dell Malaysia has shown us something unexpected: the Inspiron 23 7000 Series All-In-One computer. Equipped with the Intel RealSense 3D Camera, this is essentially the first product in Malaysia to be equipped with the technology.
The Intel Developer Forum has brought to light some interesting details about the future of Intel’s Atom x3 processor, as well as a first look at the Realsense camera on a smartphone. The IDF theme for this year appears to centre on mobile devices, with the Atom family of processors playing a big role for […]
Solid state drives (SSDs) are generally loved by consumers due to their speed but for some users, the usual SATA-based SSDs are still not fast enough for them. If you are one of them who need something faster for your data storage, then PCIe based SSDs such as these new Intel SSD 750 Series drives might […]
Efforts by Intel and Toshiba have begun to yield flash chips with triple the capacity of current flash storage options. Both companies have been experimenting with 3D flash storage; a technique that stacks transistors on top of each other to cram more cells into the same amount of space.
A range of new low powered processors have been released by Intel without much fanfare. The line is based on the 14 nm technology Braswell architecture, and covers the Celeron and Pentium brands. This puts the performance at somewhere behind the Intel Core M, and aren’t too dissimilar from the Cherry Trail Atom processors.
Luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer is preparing to announce that a new smartwatch meant to challenge Apple’s on Apple Watch. The company has teamed up with Intel to create a digital version of its best selling Carrera watch, which it plans to launch next autumn.
An experiment testing the limits of modern Solid State Drives has finally come to an end after 18 months. The final two SSDs soldiered on in an attempt to reach 2.5 petabytes of data written, but failed just as they attempted the final push. Given that an individual only writes a few terabytes of data […]
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 […]
Originally called SoFIA which stands for Smart or Feature phone with Intel Architecture, the new Intel Atom x3 processors were officially launched here at Mobile World Congress 2015 earlier this week. Made for the entry and value segment of the market, devices featuring these new processor will only be ready for consumers later this year […]
Intel has unveiled a new line of Atom processors meant for the mobile market at Mobile World Congress 2015. The Atom x3, x5, and x7 follow a similar naming scheme to Intel’s Core brand of processors, and are meant to secure a better position in mobile devices.
Even though products based on the 5th generation Intel Core processors have just started to make their way into the market as the processors were only officially announced last month, the buzz surrounding the upcoming 6th generation chips is starting to gain traction. Based on a new architecture codenamed Skylake, it seems like some consumers have […]
The latest range of Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) desktops has been revealed, most of which feature processors upgraded to the new fifth generation Broadwell chips. However, there is also a new version that sports an Intel Core i7 and space for a 2.5-inch drive.
Intel is currently holding a promotion in Low Yat Plaza that might just pique your interest if you’re looking for a new laptop or tablet. The promotions include a RM100 discount voucher, a free JBL speaker worth RM300, 3-year local warranty on selected Acer products, and a complimentary 3-year subscription for McAfee Internet Security.
One more interesting wearable design has come out of CES 2015, although this is more of a startup presenting a prototype. Blocks Wearables, the name of the company, was exhibiting their version of a modular smartwatch at the Intel booth as part of the “Make It Wearable” competition.
Acer laptops with the new fifth generation Intel Core processors are now available in Malaysia. The new Acer Aspire E5, V3, and R14 laptops all feature the Broadwell Intel Core i5 processors, and have been spotted at the Malaysia IT Fair that is happening until Sunday.
Intel has introduce a tiny computer intended to help just about anyone to build a wearable device. Based on the Intel Quark SoC, the Curie Module has integrated 6-axis combo sensor with an accelerometer and gyroscope, low energy BlueTooth, and a DSP sensor hub.
Intel’s quest to make smaller computers is coming along nicely. The technology company will begin selling the Intel Compute Stick this year, which allows users to turn their TVs into a giant computer. All you need is an HDMI port.
HP has announced the introduction of the Pavilion and Stream mini desktops, which are intended to be low-powered, energy-efficient PCs that can fit in the palm of a hand. The idea isn’t new, but these are rare enough to be notable. The design is also suspiciously reminiscent of Tupperware.
Lenovo has announced a new 2015 refresh of the ThinkPad Yoga with the return of a processor that should raise some eyebrows. It is also expanding the line with new 14- and 15-inch models that will not be using the same kind of processor the smaller 12-inch version.