Review of Transformer Pad TF300T from Asus

The effective solution of various dedicated tasks is the major goal of computer technologies. You can hardly find a person who would not use the privileges those technologies provide, however when it comes about the purchase of this or that device, customers pay great attention not only to its functional characteristics, but also to its pricing. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford buying a new version of pad from the top line, for example, so manufacturers of various gadgets try to orientate their work on average customer. Asus company has recently introduced a budgetary model Transformer Pad TF300T to counterbalance its advanced pad Transformer Prime TF201. The launch of this model couldn’t but please the devotees of Asus products.

General Peculiarities

Design of the new model does not differ too much from that of Transformer Prime TF201 and in some way copies it. Buttons and sockets localization concurs with the localization in a more expensive predecessor. …

Kingmax Enlarges the SME Xvalue Lineup with Two New SSD Series

Kingmax, a renowned manufacturer of various data storage and memory solutions, has replenished its SME Xvalue lineup of solid-state drives with a pair of new series. Codenamed SME 32 Xvalue and SME 35 XValue, both series count three models of 60 GB, 120 GB, and 240 GB capacities. It should be noted that the first lineup is predestined to be installed into laptops and small-sized devices, whereas the second one – into desktop PCs.

SME Xvalue SSDs are designed in 2.5-inch form-factor and feature 100.5x69.85x7 mm dimensions. All of them employ SATA 6 Gb/sec interface and are based on MLC NAND flash memory. The drives can operate under 5V voltage within the temperature ranges of 0-+70 degrees. The manufacturer claims that their fail-proof operation time might achieve an unbelievable index — 1.200.000 hours.

In terms of performance, the implementation of advanced memory chips promotes for rather striking speed characteristics. Hence, the maximal sequential Read speed makes …

Intel Unveils Power-Saving Silvermont Architecture

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Intel Silvermont has been elaborated in compliance with the norms of 22 nm technological process with the implementation of 3-D Tri-Gate transistors. The employment of new progressive techniques promotes for enhancing the operation speed and reducing energy demand of products which use Silvermont as the basis. Multi-core architecture with the support of up to eight cores ensures higher bandwidth, lower latency and more efficient operation on …
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