Intel’s roadmap for bay trail processors for future tablets has been leaked, just like their previous details of bay trail processors. A roadmap uncovered by Mobile Geeks has shown off the details of the tablet-oriented Bay View-T and its Valleyview-T processors. Intel hardware can output to as much as a 2,560 x 1,600 display and record stereoscopic, 1080p 3D video to include support for 3D camera laden Tablets.
We are also seeing details for less power consumption in the same sort of performance factor, adding an additional 2 hours of video playback for at least some of the 1.6GHz to 2.1GHz processors in the [...]
Although major companies including Dell and Samsung have already confirmed that they will stop support for Netbook and further manufacture, Intel pushes forward with its new Atom lineup for those who may be still interested. The new Cedar trail Atom N2600 and N2800 promise unto ten hours of battery life on a single charge, also interesting is that Intel claims that the processors are also capable if “weeks of standby” . The new processors are heading to major manufacturers including those who said to to netbooks Acer, Asus, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, and Toshiba.
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Microsoft Windows President Steven Sinofsky after a quick announcement and a simple demonstration explained that Win8 demanded fewer system resources than Win7 with the same hardware specs
With a Lenovo S10 in his hand he showed that an early-gen Atom CPU and 1GB of RAM is “enough” to run the new OS (AKA Windows 8 )
Computer games have come a long way since the days of Pacman and Mario. In today’s day, all the cool 3D graphics that you see are made up of polygons. Polygons are nothing but flat images that are joined together to create an object in 3D. The higher the number of polygons, the greater the viewing detail.
Game developers have been trying very hard for a number of years to increase the polygon count in the games they make. However, computers face a problem when it comes to increased polygon counts. The higher the number of polygons, the greater processing power it takes to render all those polygons. Its because of [...]
Samsung has released a Solar powered netbook that will be available in the US and Russia. The rear side of the display houses a solar panel that can generate an hours worth of power for every two hours of exposure to direct sunlight.
The netbook’s 10.1 inch 1024x600px display is specially designed for extra brightness and is also layered with an anti reflective coating for use outdoors. The netbook features either a dual-core N570 or single-core N455 Intel Atom processor, with a choice of a 250 or 320 GB harddrive. A sleep mode called ‘Samsung Fast Start’ combines [...]