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June 30, 2004 ASBIS Offers Customers New Attractive Rewards Program
June 23, 2004 Intel Expands Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology Line; New Price Points And Systems Enabled
June 21, 2004 Maxtor Launches Third-Generation MaXLine Drive With Native Command Queuing and Additional SATA II Fe
Maxtor Corporation announced its new high-capacity, native SATA MaXLine III hard drives. The third-generation MaXLine drives feature the industry's first 16MB buffer and are designed to the enterprise standard of 1 million hour mean time to failure (MTTF). With new SATA II features including native command queuing (NCQ), capacity up to 300GB, 7200 RPM speed and Maxtor® MaxCommand™ technology, the drives are ideally suited to provide cost-effective storage for midline and nearline applications, such as fixed-content storage and disk-to-disk back up.
June 21, 2004 Prestigio has announced the release of the new mobile computers of Prestigio Nobile series.
Prestigio has announced the release of the new mobile computers of Prestigio Nobile series. The newest Prestigio Nobile 156 and Prestigio Nobile 157 are a continuation of the model series of corporate platforms based on Intel mobile processors: high performance mobile computers (notebooks) with an extremely long standard continuous battery operation time and easy-to-use communication possibilities powered by Intel® CentrinoTM technology.
Prestigio extended its line of Nobile notebooks by presenting two new models with Intel Pentium M (Dothan) support - Nobile 156 and Nobile 157. Prestigio Nobile 156 is a mainstream Centrino model for mobile professionals, while Nobile 157, a high-end model within Centrino line, targeted individual mobile professionals which tend to use their notebook not just at work but also at home.
June 21, 2004 Intel Delivers Breakthrough PC Technologies To Enhance Digital Home and Office Experiences
In one of the most significant PC platform changes in a decade, Intel Corporation announced products that usher in a range of audio, video and other capabilities previously found only on specialty PCs. In addition to making the PC experience more entertaining and productive, these technologies pave the way for such emerging capabilities as High Definition (HD) video, 7.1 surround sound and robust file protection for office and home users.
June 14, 2004 Unprecedented Announcement of 12 New Products for all Major Market Segments Reinforces Seagate's Dis
Reinforcing its leadership position in all major disc drive market segments, and further extending the industry's broadest product portfolio, Seagate Technology introduced an unprecedented array of new products targeting applications ranging from MP3 players to DVRs and other consumer electronics, notebook computers, PCs, servers and corporate data centers. These new disc drives include the world's first 1-inch 5GB hard drive, solutions in 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch form factors, Serial ATA, Serial Attached SCSI and Fibre Channel interfaces, with speeds of up to 15,000 RPM and storage capacities of up to 500GB.
June 07, 2004 JustCDR.net had tested Lite-On SOHW 832S
JustCDR.net had tested Lite-On SOHW 832S Dual Layer DVD Writer: "Overall I'm impressed with Lite-On's new dual layer writer, this is the first dual layer writer I have used (that's not hacked anyhow), the dual layer feature really is the next big thing in DVD writing and its nice to see Lite-On being one of the first manufactures taking this onboard. This is not the first Lite-On drive I used or owned, I have always been a big fan of Lite-On since the early days of the ever popular CD-RW 24x Lite-On and then onto the CD-RW 40x which was overclocked to 48x write using a firmware hack, and now I have a Lite-On 16x DVD-Rom, what made me keep coming back to Lite-On was the performance and value for money."
June 07, 2004 LITE-ON IT Releases 12X DVD Dual Drive: SOHW-1213S
LITE-ON IT CORP. releases its latest ATAPI / E-IDE 12X DVD Dual Drive with all of the fastest DVD recordable media support: SOHW-1213S. This DVD Dual Drive is able to write DVD+R at 12X maximum & DVD-R media at 8X maximum, rewrite DVD+RW & DVD-RW media at 4X, and read DVD-ROM media at 12X maximum. It takes around 7.5 minutes to backup 4.7 GB data on a certified DVD+R media at 12X.
June 01, 2004 LSI Logic Unveils Industry's Highest Speed DDR-2 SDRAM Physical Layer Memory Interface
LSI Logic Corporation introduced a physical layer memory interface that can save customers months of development time while improving product performance with the industry's highest speed DDR-2 SDRAM technology. LSI Logic's new DDR-2 ASIC core is the first physical layer interface and I/O buffer to support 333MHz/667Mbps data speeds, enabling manufacturers of data storage, communications, multi-function printers, industrial and medical equipment to take advantage of the memory technology's superior density, bandwidth and lower cost.