The company Buffalo has released an external Blu-Ray writer which works with BDXL-R discs of 100GB or 128GB. The BRXL-PC6U2-BK needs two USB 2.0 ports to be able to do that.
Nvidia (also known of the Tegra chips) launched the GTX 590 on Thursday. Most of the manufacturers bring out exactly the same GTX 590 cards, but with different stickers. EVGA chose, however, to introduce an overclocked and water cooled GTX 590 card.
According to Meizu Me and the official Meizu BBS, the Meizu M9 has already hit Meizu’s total sales target for 2011 in just Q1. Due to this, Meizu CEO Jack Wong wouldn’t lower the M9′s current price.
Sony Ericsson has indicated that its Xperia X10 device will get an update to Android Gingerbread 2.3.3. This announcement is noteworthy because Sony Ericsson previously said the Xperia X10 wouldn’t be updated anymore.
Tablets seem to be all the rage these days, but if you’re in the market for a netbook computer, Asus’ new offerings may be worth an extra look. Acer has just added the 1015B and 1215B to their Eee PC family, and as you probably could have guessed, the two first numbers represent the screen size. The Asus Eee PC 1015B will come with a 10 inch display, while the Eee PC 1215B comes with a 12-inch display. Starting at $289 (€200) and 379 USD (€270) respectively, both units come with 250GB storage, 1GB RAM, VGA, USB and HDMI ports with 1080p Full HD output.
What’s Chumby you ask? It’s a widget display that you can customize and hack to your liking. Chumby Industries have been around for a while, and now they’ve announced that they will ship the Chumby 8 on April 5th for $199 USD (140 Euro). The Chumby 8 will have a 8-inch 800×600 touchscreen, access to over 1,500 free apps, with preinstalled apps for digital photos and music.
Sprint has now officially announced the HTC EVO view 4G, which is a 7-inch 1024×600 Android tablet featuring a 1.5GHz processor, dual cameras (5 megapixel rear, and 1.3 megapixel front), WiMAX and a tablet edition of HTC’s Sense UI. Does this sound vaguely familiar? Well, that’s because this the same as the HTC Flyer, just with 4G and branded by Sprint. The Evo View 4G will come with 32GB of flash storage this summer, along with 1GB RAM and a 4000mAh monster battery. Press release after the break.
Toshiba has created a 14-inch DisplayLink-powered USB mobile monitor which weighs only 2.8 pounds (1.3 kg) and is selling for a reasonable $199.99 USD (approx. 140 EUR). The Toshiba 14-inch USB Mobile LCD Monitor comes with a 1366×768 pixel resolution, 220 nits brightness through AC power, 400:1 contrast ratio, 16ms response time and native support for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. A USB connection is all that’s needed to use this monitor, as both power and screen signal will be transferred through it.
Google’s Nexus S 4G is coming to Sprint this spring for $200 dollars on contract. Staying true to the orignal 3G Nexus S, the 4G Nexus S will come with a stock Gingerbread Android experience. The Google Nexus S 4G does, however come with a few differences, being a few millimeters thicker and a few grams heavier than the original. The real change is inside the Nexus S 4G, which now supports both CDMA / EV-DO and WiMAX radios. In the menu, there’s a WiMAX toggle, which is good for those times when you want to conserve battery. Samsung press release after the break.