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Printeer – A New 3D Printer Specially Designed For Schoolkids

Printeer – A New 3D Printer Specially Designed For Schoolkids

Now a days, markets are being fulfilled with high tech 3D printers. And now there’s a new 3D printer called Printeer. The very important thing is this 3D printer is specially being designed for schoolkids.

By On June 17, 2014 Respond
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Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

If you hate the need to plug in and plug out your external hard drive when connecting to your computer or a mobile device, here are some good news for you. Seagate has unveiled a new drive called ‘Samsung Wireless’ which includes Wi-Fi and a built-in battery.

By On May 14, 2014 Respond
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Time For Some Affordable And Effective PC Watercooling

Time For Some Affordable And Effective PC Watercooling

Do you have a mammoth desktop PC that you play games on or put to any other exhaustive work? You must have come across the issue of adequately cooling down the system. PC watercooling is a cutting-edge solution for that and this article helps you decide what hardware gear you should choose.

By On May 13, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Create Brain-Like Circuit Board, 9000x Faster Than Current Computers

Researchers Create Brain-Like Circuit Board, 9000x Faster Than Current Computers

As we delve deeper into the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), there is an increasingly greater stress on creating human brain-like circuits. A new circuit called ‘Neurogrid’ is a significant step towards that goal as it imitates brain and is 9000 times faster than current computers.

By On May 8, 2014 Respond
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World’s First 4TB 2.5-inch SSD Unveiled By SanDisk, Born To Change The Game

World’s First 4TB 2.5-inch SSD Unveiled By SanDisk, Born To Change The Game

Storage has always been a major limitation of Solid State Drives (SSDs). It seems like SanDisk is about to change that. Lately, the company has announced world’s first 2.5-inch size equipped 4TB SSD in its Optimus MAX product based on 19-nanometer process technology

By On May 6, 2014 Respond
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Transcend Unveils Up To 960GB Of JetDrive SSD Upgrade Kits For MacBook Air And Pro

Transcend Unveils Up To 960GB Of JetDrive SSD Upgrade Kits For MacBook Air And Pro

If you own a MacBook Air or a Retina MacBook Pro, here is some great news. You can stop fussing about the limited internal storage space of your machines and lay your hands on the new JetDrive SSD Upgrade kits from Transcend which can add up to 960GB SSD space to your machine.

By On April 26, 2014 Respond
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Kinect For Windows V2 Will Arrive This Summer

Kinect For Windows V2 Will Arrive This Summer

We have been hearing about Kinect for Windows v2 sensor for some time and now, Microsoft has confirmed the hardware at the BUILD 2014 conference.

By On April 4, 2014 Respond
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Nvidia Unveils Next-Generation Titan Z Graphics Card, Costs $3K

Nvidia Unveils Next-Generation Titan Z Graphics Card, Costs $3K

Nvidia is pushing the boundaries of graphics yet again with a few major announcements. The company has unveiled its next-generation Titan card called Titan Z which costs a cool $3000.

By On March 27, 2014 Respond
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[Deal] $25 Off On Seagate 3 TB External Hard Drive

[Deal] $25 Off On Seagate 3 TB External Hard Drive

The retail price of the Seagate Expansion 3 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive is $125, but Amazon is offering this drive for $100 along with free shipping. With this discount price you can save $25 instantly.

By On November 16, 2013 Respond
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Sharp Brought 32-inch 4K IGZO Touchscreen Monitor, Compatible With OS X

Sharp Brought 32-inch 4K IGZO Touchscreen Monitor, Compatible With OS X

It seems like all the giant companies are now working with the 4K compatible monitors as a lot of computer users are now looking forward to 4K resolution monitors for higher-quality images and more information on the screen at one time. And following that trend, lately Sharp has unveiled a 32-inch 4K resolution touchscreen monitor which is also compatible with Apple’s OS X operating system.

By On October 9, 2013 1 Response
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Paper-Thin: The World’s Slimmest Computer Keyboard Ever Built

Paper-Thin: The World’s Slimmest Computer Keyboard Ever Built

How slim a computer keyboard can be made? Although at first hearing it might appear to you as unbelievable, but it’s true that some British scientists have made a flexible computer keyboard called Paper-Thin that is as thin as a piece of paper. And the specialty of this Paper-Thin slim keyboard is it can turn any surface into a touch-sensitive surface!

By On September 4, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Announces Its Latest 840 Evo SSD, Features Up To 1TB Of Storage

Samsung Announces Its Latest 840 Evo SSD, Features Up To 1TB Of Storage

Samsung brought its 840 series solid-state drive in earlier November 2012. Now they have just announced its entry-level solid-state drive, the 840 Evo. Samsung claims the latest Evo series solid-state drives are significantly faster in performance than earlier model.

By On July 19, 2013 Respond
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ASUS Brings Z87-Deluxe/Dual Haswell Motherboard With NFC Express

ASUS Brings Z87-Deluxe/Dual Haswell Motherboard With NFC Express

ASUS’ new Z87 mobo series is the first Intel 8 series-based motherboard. The motherboard is certified for Intel’s Haswell chips, shipping with including two Thunderbolt ports, on-board 802.11ac WiFi support and the bundle comes with Asus NFC Express.

By On June 4, 2013 Respond
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Intel Rebrands Atom Line-Up, Offers Celeron And Pentium Variants

Intel Rebrands Atom Line-Up, Offers Celeron And Pentium Variants

Although Intel’s chief efforts seem focused on its new Haswell line-up, the company is also expending significant energies on the Atom processors. According to reports, Intel is rebranding Atom line-up as ‘Silvermont’ and will be offering both Pentium and Celeron variants of the processors.

By On June 3, 2013 Respond
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Intel Starts Shipping Quad-Core Haswell Processors

Intel Starts Shipping Quad-Core Haswell Processors

Intel’s Haswell line-up, which had been anticipated for quite some time now, has made a lot of headlines recently. The company has finally started shipping the quad-core variants of the Haswell chips. These quad-core processors are primarily meant to be included in laptops and desktop PCs.

By On June 2, 2013 1 Response
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