Hardware News and Review RoundUP November 5 2012
Review RoundUP 11 5 2012
The Ubuntu Developer Summit for Ubuntu 13.04 will start next Monday, on October 29th and the development team is preparing to give attendees a demonstration of Ubuntu OS on the Google Nexus 7 tablet.
The Exynos 5 with the Mali T604 in the Arndale is the same beast that powers Google’s Nexus 10 tablet. Samsung’s spin on this board offers 12.8GB/s of memory bandwidth, 1080p 60FPS video with VP8 codec decoder, and USB 3.0.
Actually, this isn’t entirely a surprise. In fact, it served as an instant reminder of this TechSpot news post in April: Windows 8 to get native SmartScreen file checking. However, Kobeissi’s experimentation offers us a clearer glimpse into what precisely is going on under the hood though.
“Based on our IBM FinFET licensing, UMC has decided to aggressively develop 14nm FinFET technology on 20nm metal. 14nm FinFET will deliver the most optimal low-power and high-performance solution to offset the cost impact from using double patterning lithography,” said Shih-Wei Sun, chief executive officer of UMC, during a conference with financial analysts.
Since then, Gaming Evolved has continued to gather steam. Two major blockbusters released this fall, Dishonored and Sleeping Dogs, are part of the program. So are a number of games due within the next several months: Medal of Honor Warfighter, Far Cry 3, BioShock Infinite, and the Tomb Raider reboot. These are exactly the kinds of high-profile releases that would have, in the past, featured Nvidia TWIBMTP branding. Now, they feature the other team’s logo.
Accessories: — NZXT Aperture M Card Reader
Desktop PC: — ASUS ET2220
Keyboards: — Microsoft Comfort 3000
Memory: — Patriot Viper 3 PC3-15000 8GB Kit
Mousepads: — Mionix Sargas 900 And Ensis 320
Networking: — Amped Wireless R20000G Router
Laptops: — Lenovo Y580
Processors: — AMD A8-3850
Power Supply: — Cooler Master Silent Pro Platinum 1000W
Audio and Headsets: — Logitech UE Boombox