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  • Last update: Friday 5 March 2010 [7 news items]

CeBIT 2010: Gigabyte showcases ultra-thin notebooks

Mar 5, 14:00

Despite its weaker-than-expected performance in the global notebook segment in 2009, Gigabyte Technology has showcased ultra-thin notebooks and Intel Pine Trail-M based netbooks at...

CeBIT 2010: Nvidia introduces new Ion platform

Mar 3, 16:45

Nvidia has introduced the next-generation Ion graphics processor, which it claims will offer 10 times the graphics performance of standard netbooks and enable up to 10 hours of battery...

New Ion-based Asustek 1201PN netbook

CeBIT 2010: Asustek showcases E-Reader DR-900

Mar 3, 16:00

Asustek Computer is exhibiting its first e-book reader, the E-Reader DR-900, at CeBIT 2010 taking place in Hanover, Germany. The reader features a 9-inch monochrome SiPix-developed...

Asustek E-Reader DR-900 e-book reader

CeBIT: Aten unveils new KVM products

Mar 3, 15:43

Taiwan-based network equipment maker Aten International has unveiled a series of new KVM products at CeBIT 2010, including intelligent power distribution units (PDUs) for remote power...

CeBIT 2010: MSI showcases three new gaming notebooks

Mar 2, 15:55

Micro-Star International (MSI) is showcasing the latest members of MSI G-series notebooks, the GX640, GX740 and GT660, at CeBIT 2010.

Gigabyte set to launch AMD 6 Core CPU-ready motherboard

Mar 2, 15:10

Gigabyte Technology is is set to launch its latest AMD AM3 Socket GA-890GPA-UD3H motherboard, the first featuring the AMD 890GX chipset paired with the new SB850 southbridge.

GA-890GPA-UD3H motherboard

CeBIT 2010: MSI to showcase notebooks and e-book readers

Feb 25, 14:24

Micro-Star International (MSI) plans to showcase about 30 of its latest notebook models as well as e-book readers at CeBIT 2010 in Germany, from March 2-6.

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