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Archive for October 15th, 2018

Tesoro to Show New Products during CeBIT 2014.

Tesoro Technology USA Inc. – leading manufacturer of Gaming peripheries – will be releasing new products targeted to professional gamers and will put them on display during CeBIT 2014 trade show in Hanover from March 10 to March 14.   Tesoro will present Lobera and Lobera Supreme – released in January – the world first full color mechanical gaming keyboards that will arrive to Europe in February. In addition, Tesoro will present new upcoming products: Tizona, 80% mechanical gaming keyboard, Tizona Numpad – mechanical numpad, Tizona Elite – 80% mechanical gaming keyboard with full color LED and option to connect or disconnect Numpad from the left and right side of the keyboard, Shrike Laser Mouse Rubberized version with newest sensor and new choice of colors, Excalibur – new addition to mechanical keyboards gaming series, and other products that Tesoro have already shown throughout 2013.   During the show, Tesoro will also release some plans for future and explains the direction that company tries to go through professional eSport channels as well as targeting products to the more casual gamers. There will be time for open discussion where Tesoro staff will talk directly with communities and listen to their requirements to improve the products to fully meet the needs of both hardcore and casual gamer.   Tesoro Technology USA Inc. – leading manufacturer of Gaming peripheries – will be releasing new products targeted to professional ga...



The System Snicker of the Day: Nokia Cheats on Microsoft

As a hardware enthusiast, news can have many effects on me. I can get excited, become sad, laugh out loud and other times mildly snicker. This time I mildly snickered as I read that Nokia was releasing new Android phones. It wasn’t too long ago that they decided to go all in with Microsoft and release only Windows Phones, but the excitement of the new relationship has all but worn off, and Nokia found a new partner in Android. [Editor’s Note: For now at least. Android Nokia phones will likely be a short lived venture once Microsoft actually takes the reigns of Nokia later this year.] Today the Mobile World Congress 2014 began and this announcement is just one of many that has the mobile market ecstatic, while leaving system builders in a slight lull. Don’t get me wrong, phones can be exciting, but this isn’t the huge announcement I’ve been waiting for. While I really could stand to upgrade my old Samsung Galaxy S (yes, the original one), the opportunity I saw in this announcement was a chance to talk about what I would like to see from Windows in the future. Windows 8, while not quite the disaster that was Vista, is still a major disappointment. Microsoft tried to make one OS that could span the bridges from phones, to laptops, to professional environments, and what they ended with was an overall failure in everything except maybe tablets. So what should Microsoft do next? Well, this is just one man’s opinion, but no matter how inconceiv...



ASUSTOR Releases Innovative Upgrades with ADM 2.1

ASUSTOR Releases Innovative Upgrades with ADM 2.1 Unveiling a new cloud storage experience, all ASUSTOR NAS devices are upgrading to ADM 2.1. Exclusive and innovative MyArchive function allows users to use hard disks as removable storage archives; File Explorer now features thumbnail previews and seamless drag and drop file transfers between NAS and computer; New releases include a VPN Server App and streaming video download App, Takeasy along with Chrome and FireFox add-on Download Center Helper; Mobile app AiMusic streams music from the NAS to mobile devices; Newly added support for Bluetooth devices. Taipei, Taiwan, February 25th, 2014 – ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that all of its NAS devices (2, 3 and 6 Series) will be upgrading to the ASUSTOR Data Master (ADM) 2.1 operating system. ADM 2.1 expands the core functionality of the system and includes upgrades to built-in Apps such as Storage Manager and File Explorer along with newly expanded support for Bluetooth devices. Furthermore, a number of in-house developed Apps have been added to ASUSTOR’s App lineup that are sure to please both business and home users alike. “We are very excited to be launching ADM 2.1 with special attention to feedback and suggestions we have been constantly receiving,” said Steve Huang, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “ADM 2.1 introduces some truly unique functions developed by ASUSTOR. We hope our users will enjoy the...



Diamond BTM300 Bluetooth Receiver review

Introduction Are you getting tired of hauling around a portable speaker to every room because your favorite music is stored on your phone? Maybe you’re having a party and want to liven it up with a non-stop playlist and want it to going through your non-Wi-Fi enabled surround system? Diamond Media may have the solution you’re looking for with the Diamond BTM300, a pocket size Bluetooth receiver capable of streaming music from a Bluetooth compatible device to your home stereo. You can also take it on the go and continue listening in your car. Not enough for you? It also acts as a hands-free speaker with its built-in microphone. Today we’ll find out if this pocket receiver has what it takes to deliver quality sound in the gamer’s realm or if the notes fall flat. Before we get started, here’s a little about Diamond. For over two decades, Diamond Multimedia has been widely recognized as a pioneer in the graphics, sound and communications industries and a key player in launching the multimedia revolution. Our mission is to provide our customers with the latest quality technology combined with outstanding service and support. Diamond offers a complete multimedia solution featuring AMD Radeon graphics cards, TV tuners, USB display adapters, video capture devices, sound cards, modems, and electronics accessories all from one convenient location. Diamond products are available to the public throughout North America and Europe through retailers, resellers and systems i...



Experience the whole new Non-interference Cooler series from Thermaltake

Taipei, Taiwan – February 21, 2014 –Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units announces the most innovative product, NiC Series CPU Coolers. Incorporating the latest proprietary technology, Thermaltake introduces to the world the all new NiC series in 2014 (L31/L32), inspired from its name “non-interference cooler”, fully compatible with RAM of all kinds, ideally for power users who fill their RAM slots with taller high-end overclocked RAM. This also brings the air cooler industry another level towards silence, performance and compatibility. 《NiC L31/ NiC L32》 Uninterrupted New Standard NiC L31/ NiC L32 solves the problem that high performance RAM and CPU coolers cannot co-exist in the past, it achieves the best RAM clearance allowing user to install high end overclock RAM with coolers with ease. Enhanced Airflow Three solid Φ 8mm Direct Contact Heat-pipes conduct the heat effectively, support up to 160W (L32:180W). This ensures the best possible heat dissipation performance conducting heat effectively.  Competent design Opening on the fins are designed not only for its distinctive looks but also for performance. The opening of the top fin extends to the opening of the bottom fin creating an even dissipation surface. Low profile PWM fan The slim-looking fan frame is designed to avoid interference with other components on the motherboard achieving a low total height of only 140mm (L32:160mm). Spin speed from...





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