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ASUS’ GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini graphics card first broke cover in April without a price or concrete release date, but now Newegg has dished out just those details along with extra specs. Loaded with 1,344 CUDA cores and 2GB of 256-bit GDDR5 RAM, the silicon boats a base clock of 928Mhz and a boost speed of 1,006MHz. The 6.7-inch long hardware bound for diminutive — or even full-size — PCs rings up at $ 399, and is slated for availability on May 20th. Click the source link below to pre-order the dual-slot dwarf or head past the break for the retailer’s unboxing video.
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Acer’s TravelMate line of note pads typically alters towards the company set, but its most current design is made for that other breed of on-the-go kinds: students. The new TravelMate B113 is an 11.6-incher weighing in at three pounds and measuring one inch thick. Processor options top out a Core i3 Ivy Bridge CPU with 4GB of RAM, and the hard disk offers a max capacity of 500GB. The 11.6-inch show sports a ho-hum resolution of 1,366 x 768– and isn’t really touch-enabled for Windows 8– but then once more we’re looking at a price of $ 399 and up. The B113 is available now at accredited resellers– head past the break for the full presser.
You might remember ViewSonic’s somewhat unusual VCD22 Smart Display from our journey to Computex. If the sight of that 22-inch, Android-based all-in-one computer set your heart aflutter, you’ll be delighted to know the completed version is pertaining to the United States as the VSD220 by mid-to-late October. It’s distinctly less mobile just what we saw in Taipei this June and strips out the battery we suspect most purchasers wouldn’t have actually made use of. For far better or worse, however, most everything else is the exact same: while we didn’t expect a modification to the TI OMAP 4 processor, the VSD220 will certainly be retaining Android 4.0 as an alternative of updating to Android 4.1 for its trip across the Pacific. The micro-HDMI video input, 1.2-megapixel front video camera, microSD slot, three USB ports and Ethernet (yes, Ethernet) do assist validate an area on the desk, particularly for those who want a secondary display for an additional mobile device or PC. The VSD220 faces a stiff fight from standard all-in-ones that don’t always cost much more– but we’ll at the very least get a cost drop to a more palatable $ 399 in return for our determination.
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There’s nothing quite like the pent-up anticipation for an Apple item arrival, and yes, that expands also to customers of Cricket, who lined up this morning for their very first chance to score an iPhone from the prepaid carrier. While both the iPhone 4 (8GB) and 4S (16GB) should be acquired outright– for $ 399 and $ 499 respectively– sales were said to be “brisk” today, which can be partly credited to Cricket’s $ 55 per month plan. For the monthly style, customers can maximize almost limitless calling, messaging and information, although they’ll need to contend with throttling for any sort of use past 2.3 GB. Following up, Virgin Mobile is likewise positioned to get the iPhone on June 29th. Think there’ll be any lines?
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There was a debate over the last few months regarding the iPad 2. Some said the iPad 3, now known as the new iPad, would replace the iPad 2. Others, including myself, speculated that the similar form factor and slightly upgraded specs (plus it’s still selling like gangbusters) all told a different story. Well, as it turns out, Apple is in fact keeping the iPad 2 on the market for the time being.
Starting today, the iPad 2 will be available in only 16GB form. The WiFi version will cost $ 399 and the WiFi/3G version is $ 529. That’s a $ 100 drop from its previous MSRP. Android tabs should officially be on notice now.
This puts the best selling tablet in a new price point range. At $ 399 it’s within striking distance of Android tablets like the Asus Transformer and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. This is huge.
This strategy will likely increase Apple’s dominance in the tablet space. It now is officially selling two models. It doesn’t matter to the average consumer if one of them is a year old; it’s still better than nearly every other Android tab.
Since the iPad 2 and the new iPad share many components and manufacturing processes, it’s all prancing unicorns for Apple. 2012 is going to be the year of the iPad (and new iPad).