Monthly Archives: February 2011

Canon launched iPF6300S & iPF8300S

Canon  iPF6300S & iPF8300S

Canon U.S.A launched two series of the latest printer product those are iPF6300S and iPF8300S. Both of them designed for large-format printers. imagePROGRAF iPF8300S has size 44-inch and imagePROGRAF iPF6300S has size 24-inch. Both of them will be will be showcased at the Wedding & Portrait Photographer International (WPPI) Convention at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. While the prices

The Canon imagePROGRAF iPF8300S is retail price of $4,995 and the imagePROGRAF iPF6300S is of $2,995. Two kinds of these printers adopts the company’s LUCIA EX ink set that allows professionals to achieve high quality and performance in such printing applications as color or monochrome photography. Beside that both of them designed for industrial and high-quality poster production.

These products have ink system works in conjunction which has the high-density PF-05 print head, beside that featuring Canon’s FINE technology with 2,560 nozzles for each color: photo magenta, photo cyan, matte black, cyan, magenta, yellow, black, and gray. Both of them also built-in color calibration functions which have compensates for color variations caused by factors such as age and environmental affects. Moreover these enabling consistent color representation across multiple large-format printers or when printing multiple copies. As the result it will be has the high performance in printing picture.

Apple Mac Book Pro to feature hybrid storage with large track pad

apple macbook pro new update

This is the good news in world computing about possible use of Intel’s Light Peak technology in Apple’s upcoming Mac Book Pro laptop. Even though it is will become true but it is not sure about Light Peak technology making its way into Mac Book at this point in time.  But in the internet there many information about the Intel’s Light Peak technology in Apple’s upcoming Mac Book Pro laptop and which has features a large multi-gesture track. Moreover it is will be use hybrid storage. If all of these become true it will be good news for Apple fan boys.

This product is difference from other products that use hybrid storage which combination HHD and SSD. So as the result the laptop has the fastest performance. It is also includes the small amount of flash which has capacities 4GB, 8GB, and 16 GB those are will be used be store operating system and other important software. And for other data you can be stored on standard hard drives. With this arrangement the laptop will increased on performance and the prices cheaper than the laptop which true use SSD versions. And one thing amazing the next generation Mac Book Pro will also feature a larger track pad multi-touch UI gestures.

THOSIBA Launched Toshiba Satellite L655-S51122 15.6-Inch

Toshiba Satellite L655 S51122

Today THOSHIBA launched their excellent notebook called Toshiba Satellite L655-S51122. Don’t compromise when it comes to watching movies and to playing games. It comes with a broad and truly brilliant 15.6″ diagonal TruBrite HD display that brings out color and clarity you won’t believe. And It has aspect ratio about 16:9 which is ready to help you rise and meet the day. This notebook rich features such as an Intel Core i5-460M CPU with a base clock speed of 2.53GHz and up to 2.80GHz thanks to Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 500GB (5400 RPM) Serial ATA Hard Disk Drive and DVD Super Multi Drive with Label Flash, Configured with 4GB of DDR3 RAM Memory, 15.6″ diagonal widescreen TruBrite TFT Display and Integrated Mobile Intel HD Graphics, Built-in Stereo Speakers and DOLBY Advanced Audio, and Fusion® Finish in Helios Black. For the operating system uses Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

The Toshiba Satellite L655-S51122 also provide microphone to record voice. A webcam to record video, video chat, and take picture. Moreover provides touchpad and click Buttons more sensitive and reliable. For power energy provides a 6-cell battery it is usually can run around three hours. Normally prices for this product about $779.99 but currently on sale at TigerDirect for just $629.99.

Apple launched the newest Mac Book Pro quad-core Intel Core i7 13-inch, 15-inch, and 17-inch


Today apple launched their newest Mac Book Pro 2011 which has three size screen display 13-inch, 15-inch, and 17-inch. The 13-inch has height 0.95 inch [2.41 cm], width 12.78 inches [32.5 cm], depth 8.94 inches 8.94 inches [22.7 cm], and weight 4.5  pounds [2.04 kg]1. This Mac Book pro 2011 provides complete port for connection such as MagSafe power port; Gigabit Ethernet port; FireWire 800 port [up to 800 Mbps], Two USB 2.0 ports [up to 480 Mbps], Thunderbolt port [up to 10 Gbps], and Audio in/out. For expansion provide SDXC card slot and Kensington lock slot. This product include 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor with 3MB shared L3 cache or 2.7GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 processor with 4MB shared L3 cache and 4GB [two 2GB SO-DIMMs] of 1333MHz DDR3 memory or two SO-DIMM slots support up to 8GB. Especially for storage media provide 5400-rpm 500GB or 320GB Serial ATA hard drive; optional 5400-rpm 500GB hard drive or 256GB ,128GB or 512GB solid-state drive6 ,  and  8x slot-loading Super Drive [DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW] which has Maximum write: 8x DVD-R, DVD+R; 4x DVD-R DL [double layer], DVD+R DL [double layer], DVD-RW, DVD+RW; 24x CD-R; 10x CD-RW and Maximum read: 8x DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-ROM; 6x DVD-ROM [double layer DVD-9], DVD-R DL [double layer], DVD+R DL [double layer], DVD-RW, DVD+RW; 24x CD. For communication this Mac Book pro provide Wi-Fi wireless networking2 [based on IEEE 802.11n specification]; IEEE 802.11a/b/g compatible, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR [Enhanced Data Rate] wireless technology, and 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet [RJ-45 connector].

Actually three kinds of Mac Book has the same specification but the difference is in the graphic chipset. For 13-inch uses Intel HD Graphics 3000 with 384MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory, the 15-inch uses AMD Radeon HD 6490M graphics processor with 256MB of GDDR5 memory on 2.0GHz configuration, and for the 17-inch uses AMD Radeon HD 6750M graphics processor with 1GB of GDDR5 memory.

Kingston Provide Service That Other Companies Don’t

It was late Friday afternoon, and the 170 new laptops in the New York headquarters of Arthur Andersen had to be up and running by Monday. Bad luck! The Kingston memory upgrade boards that arrived the day before wouldn’t function.

An urgent call went out to Kingston Technology Corp. in Fountain Valley, Calif. Senior Engineer David Chen boarded the red-eye and arrived early Saturday, tools in hand. The problem, he found, was dirty connecting slots in the laptops. Chen could have quit then–it wasn’t Kingston memory fault. But he spent the day cleaning the slots and installing the boards. The fee? Nothing.

Founded by Sun and by President John Tu, 53, Kingston last year sold $433 million of memory upgrade boards, more than any other firm except for Samsung ($1 billion) and Toshiba ($466 million), both electronics giants. Tu and Sun are talking about topping $800 million this year, continuing their pattern of doubling sales every year since they opened for business in 1987.

Kingston memory, of course, is sitting right in the middle of a lot of action. Millions of computers lack the memory needed to run the newest software. Microsoft’s coming Windows 95 operating system will need 8 megabytes of memory. Garden-variety application programs, like spreadsheets and word processors, are also turning into memory hogs.

By 1998 personal computers will probably need 32 megabytes to run the latest software. Yet the vast majority of the 58 million PCs in the U.S. have no more than 4 megabytes. Their owners will eventually face three choices: stick with antiquated software, buy a new machine or upgrade what they have.

But memory is a commodity–a megabyte is a megabyte. Anybody can go into business selling memory up grade boards. Many of the 70 or so firms doing this operate with little more than an 800 number, a soldering gun and a supply of chips and boards.

That’s why John Tu and David Sun put so much emphasis on service. Others can match their prices–$320, for example, for an 8-megabyte board that turns around data in 70 nanoseconds–so they strive to deliver better service.

Immigrants from Taiwan, the two started and sold Camintonn, a small memory upgrade company, to PC maker AST for $6 million in 1986. The next year they lost the bulk of their capital speculating in stock futures just as the 1987 crash was coming on. Looking to recoup their losses, Sun devised a memory upgrade using an outdated chip just as a shortage developed in the more advanced and popular chip. Suddenly, the new company, Kingston, couldn’t build boards fast enough; and in two years had sold $40 million of them.

But Sun and Tu knew it wouldn’t take long for supply to overwhelm demand, and so they set about creating a brand identity for their memory boards. They hired an advertising agency and a marketing director, offered five-year warranties, guaranteed compatibility and same-day shipping. Kingston sells to big wholesalers and to corporate resellers like Computerland and Micro Age.

“What makes for success in a commodity business” asks Sun. “It is good service and a good price. Good service comes from employees, if you treat them right.

“How do you get the price? Volume. I buy 10,000, but my competitor only buys 100. If I get it for 10 cents less, I will kill him.” In fact, the two, service and volume, go together. Good service helps build volume; volume helps keep prices down, which creates more volume.

Certainly no company could quickly replicate Kingston’s offering of 1,500 products, compatible with 800 different models from 30 manufacturers. In a typical day, it ships 7,000 units, filling two Federal Express trucks floor to ceiling.

Privately held Kingston has no debt outstanding and no shareholders except the two founders. What’s it worth At one times sales, it would make Tu and Sun worth $400 million apiece–qualifying them for a place on The Forbes Four Hundred.

And, of course, providing a moral: You can make a lot more money building a business than you can speculating on the stock market, an activity that almost busted the partners.

Lenovo launched ThinkPad x120e notebook

ThinkPad x120e notebook

Lenovo launched their new product called ThinkPad x 120e notebook. It designed for business class of ultraportable laptop. It has features an 11.6 inch display which uses a low power AMD processor and use ATI Radeon HD graphics. But it is in the pity is that did not launched in Japan, Latin America, Western Europe and Australia. About the prices is around $400 which has specification AMD E-350 dual core processor, using windows 7 professional as the operating system, including standard battery with the a 6 cell and can running about 7.5 hour. For the screen size it has 11.6 inch which has resolution up to 1366 x 768 pixel anti-glare display. Another features it has a Track Point system includes a multi touch touchpad and also a pointing device in the middle of the keyboard.

It is amazing laptop for businessman because it has a long life battery until 7.50 hours. So you can work longer than compare with the other laptop. Not only just for business it also can use for playing game, editing picture, and editing video because it have been using ATI Radeon graphic card. As the businessman you should try this notebook and compare with the laptop have you before. And feel the high performance from this notebook.

A Guide To Today’s Memory Technology

Formerly expensive and sometimes balky, RAM is now a certified bargain that’s pretty well behaved. Costing as much as $50 per megabyte in the ’80s (and still rather expensive in 1998), good-quality RAM sticks sell for about 20 cents a megabyte today (a bit more for exotic types, but still a real bargain).

Beyond obtaining the correct RAM for your system, it’s important to buy high-quality RAM while avoiding the junky stuff. You can do this by buying memory from known, top-tier vendors such as Mushkin, Corsair, Micron and a few others.

Modern RAM technology is still an alphabet soup. SDRAM has been around for a few years now and comes in 66, 100, 133 and 150-MHz varieties (referred to as PC66, PC 100, PC 133 and PC150 RAM). Newer systems use faster RAM; older systems slower. Most SDRAM is backward compatible, meaning that a 133-MHz module will usually work in older systems that specify 66- or 100-MHz RAM.

A more recent SDRAM variant is DDR SDRAM. The DDR stands for “double data rate”-meaning that DDR SDRAM can offer twice the Corsair Memory bandwidth of conventional SDRAM. That is, a unit of DDR SDRAM operating at 133 MHz actually performs as though it were running at 266 MHz. First appearing in high-performance video cards, DDR SDRAM is used in many new Athlon and Pentium III motherboards (those that use the so called “DDR chipsets”).

Because of other system considerations, DDR SDRAM offers only a 3 to 15%70 “real world” speed boost in most PCs. That’s still a bargain, however, as DDR RAM is priced similarly to conventional SDRAM.

DDR SDRAM is usually identified as PC1600 or PC2100 (double-rate 100- and 133-MHz RAM, respectively), although a few companies sell PC2400 RAM, which is really hopped up 150-MHz DDR RAM. (Why manufacturers don’t call it PC 133DDR, for example, is a marketing issue.)

RAMBUS RAM, known as RIMM or RDRAM, is ultra-highbandwidth Corsair Memory designed for many Pentium IV systems (some new P-IV boards are coming out with support for DDR SDRAM modules). The RAMBUS design is responsible for the amazing Corsair Memory performance of Pentium IV systems. That specific performance isn’t critical right now (as other components limit the benefit of searingly-fast RAM), but it may be in the near future.

RDRAM and RIMM modules aren’t always user friendly. They can be tricky to set up, may need to be installed in matched pairs, may require “dummy” or “continuity” modules if Corsair Memory slots on the motherboard would otherwise remain empty, and are more expensive than DDR SDRAM. Although priced at 50 to 60 cents a megabyte at press time, RAMBUS modules sold for as much as $10 a megabyte only a year or so ago!

Another somewhat complicated RAM issue involves latency. In short, the fastest RAM (among all speed and RAM technologies) is classified as CAS2, while standard RAM usually falls into the CAS3 category. Boards that can run their RAM at CAS2 tend to offer zippier performance than those that are stuck at CAS3 (although CAS3 operation tends to offer greater stability). If your motherboard supports it, you can find these “RAM timing” settings in your BIOS setup screen. You can learn more about these (and similar considerations) at Tom’s or Anandtech.

To generalize, when it comes to RAM, the more the merrier and the faster the better. Modern operating systems such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP love gobs of RAM. Because it’s now so affordable, consider 128 MB a bare minimum (more than enough for Windows 95 and 98). For Windows 2000 or XP, install 256 MB or more. For an excellent mini-education on modern computer RAM, point your browser to

Lifetouch Note 7-Inch – Mini Notebook from NEC

NEC Lifetouch Note 7 Inch

NEC launched their new product Mini Notebook series namely NEC Lifetouch Note 7-Inch.  It is the one solution in world of computing because has low prices and has high mobility. It is suitable for businessman, lecturer, and reporter. That has mini shape so it can bring wherever, whenever based on your need. This min notebook launched for the first time in Japan market. More over Dubbed as the Lifetouch Note because it has 7-inch 800 x 480 with the resistive touch screens display. For the processor it uses a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor. When you buy this product will be bundles a micro SD card slot which has capacity 2GB or 8GB.

Others features is a 2.0-megapixel camera to make video chat and for take picture. Tools for connectivity provide GPS, and accelerometer sensor, a digital compass, Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi, a mini USB port and Android 2.2 as the operating system. This product will go on sale in Japan from March with the two variance specification. The first is 2GB of internal storage with the addition 2GB memory card which has Piano Black color and the prices are $480. The second is 8GB of internal storage including 8 GB Memory card which has color of Piano black, Chocolate Brown, and Red. It sells about $539.

AMD Introduces AMD Athlon 64 FX and AMD Athlon 64 X2

AMD Athlon 64 FX

As part of the company’s ongoing commitment to provide cutting edge technology to desktop PCs, AMD (NYSE: AMD) announced today that AMD processors are available Athlon (TM) 64 FX-62 dual-core processors, the latest Enthusiast of computers, and AMD Athlon (TM) 64 X2 Dual-Core 5000 +, both in versions compatible with the new socket AM2 platform from AMD. The socket AM2 from AMD is designed to integrate innovations in next generation platforms such as AMD Virtualization and high-performance Corsair Memory DDR2 unbuffered in the award-winning AMD64 architecture. In addition, the socket AM2 streamlines the work of the motherboard manufacturers, while reducing costs through economies of scale that translate into better products and greater flexibility in the supply chain.

The AMD64 processor platform is the gold standard for 64-bit computing. The AMD64 Direct Connect Architecture evolves industry standards to provide unparalleled performance in single-core processor or dual, reducing bottlenecks inherent in traditional front-side bus architectures. AMD64 technology is also designed to enhance the security of computing environments with technology Enhanced Virus Protection (1) that is enabled by advanced anti-virus features in current versions of Linux operating systems, Microsoft (R) Windows (R ) and Solaris. Currently, over 50% of the top 500 members of the Forbes Global 2000 or their subsidiaries, representing the world’s most competitive sectors, rely on systems based on AMD64 technology to run their enterprise applications. Since its launch in 2003, AMD64 processors have garnered over 200 industry awards and have received the support of more than 2,000 OEMs, hardware and software developers, design of systems and suppliers. For more information on the AMD64 processor platform, visit:

“With the new design AM2 memory controller, we were able to raise the DDR2 memory performance to a new level. Our memory modules, industry leaders are able to achieve higher speeds with the new AMD processors with any other memory controller, “said John Beekley, VP of Applications Engineering at Corsair Memory. “We congratulate AMD on this latest release. We believe our mutual customers, the computer hardware enthusiasts and gamers will benefit immediately with the progress made on memory performance.”

“The latest AMD processors with AM2 socket set the stage for increased bandwidth with DDR2 Corsair Memory and offer new ways to optimize the performance of DDR2 memory technology oldest,” said Terren Tong, product manager at . “Along with the proven technology of dual-core X2 AMD, we are very pleased with the superior performance of AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 and AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000 + dual-core socket AM2 and offer the consumer.”

The Qualcomm Snapdragon Krait from Qualcomm

Today Qualcomm launched their newest product called Qualcomm Snapdragon Krait at the MWC trade show. This processor micro-architecture provides speeds up to 2.5GHz per core. Moreover it can deliver 150 percents higher overall performance. It just use 65 percent lower power than currently available ARM-based CPU cores. This product will be available three versions; there are single core, dual core, and quad core.  In addition include new Adreno GPU series which can up to four 3D cores. It’s also providing integrated multi –mode LTE modem.   All Three processor from Qualcomm version will be include the single-core MSM8930, the dual-core MSM8960 and the quad-core APQ8064. Not only that all those chipsets will integrate the great of connectivity solutions such as GPS, Wifi, FM, and Arifianto. It also includes support for near field communication, photo capture and play back, and stereoscopic 3D.

The first series is the single-core MSM8930 which integrated LTE modem designed to take LTE to mass market smart phones whish has new Adreno 305 GPU which delivers more than six times the performance of the original Adreno. The second is the dual-core MSM8960 which multi-mode 3G/LTE modem and was designed to meet the requirements of multi-tasking smartphones and tablets. It is also provide dual-channel LP DDR memory and will feature the Adreno 225 GPU which delivers eight times the performance of the original Adreno. And the last series is the quad-core APQ8064 it designed for entertainment devices while minimizing power consumption and to meet the performance requirements of the next generation of computing.