Tyan announced new mobos on recently announced Intel E7205, E7505, and E7501.
Workstation Tyan Trinity i7205 (S2662) bases on iE7205, features ATX design, supports AGP Pro50/8X/4X, has Gigabit Ethernet interface, 5.1-channel Dolby Digital chip with SPDIF.
Server Tyan Thunder i7505 (S2665) bases on iE7505 and has SSI form-factor, supports up to two HT-enabled Intel Xeons, features 5.1-channel Dolby Digital chip with SPDIF, and Gigabit Ethernet.
Entry-level server Tyan Tiger i7501 (S2723), the successor of S2722 Tiger i7500, has iE7501 form-factor, supports up to two HT-enabled Xeons with 533MHz FSB, is compatible with ATX12V and EPS12V, supports IPMI remote control through Tyan SMDC (Server Management Daughter Card), has ATI RAGE XL graphics. Tiger i7501 will be produced in two versions: S2723GNN with Gigabit LAN and S2723GN with Fast Ethernet.
Meeting the standard, new cards support cryptographic protection. Their dimensions are 32x24x2.1 mm, weight – about 1.5 g, voltage – 2.7V.Sharp added to its Mebius thin notebook line two new PC-FS2-C3E and PC-FS2-C3M models, differing by LCD matrices, 14.1" and 15", respectively.
A4 Mebius PC-FS2-C3M bases on Mobile Athlon XP 1400+, has 15" XGA (1024x768) LCD, 256Mb PC133, 40Gb Ultra ATA/100 HDD, DVD/CD-RW combo, 10/100BASE-TX port, TV-out, IEEE1394 and USB 2.0 ports, PC Card Type II, etc. Dimensions are 330x282x39 mm, weight – about 3.5 kg.
Mebius PC-FS2-C3E differs by 14.1" XGA LCD, 30Gb HDD and 3.4 kg weight.
With Windows XP Home Edition and Office XP Personal, both models will be available early in December. The suggested price of PC-FS2-C3M is about $1550, of PC-FS2-C3E – about $1450.
While supporting uFC-PGA Pentium 4 processors up to 2.4GHz, the ASUS L3Tp’s efficient design enhances notebook battery life up to three hours thanks to ASUS Power 4 Gear Technology. In auto mode, Power 4 Gear Technology intelligently optimizes performance and battery life based on system loading. When Power 4 Gear technology is in manual mode, users can define performance and battery requirements by choosing one of out four power optimizing modes.
The ASUS L3Tp packs robust features into a compact all-in-one design. Measuring at 3.3kg and 37-49mm, the ASUS L3Tp also features a 15’ screen. Everything you need from built-in DVD/CD-ROM/ CD-RW drives, floppy drive, built-in modem/Ethernet, to upgradeable 802.11b wireless, GPRS and Bluetooth capabilities are all delivered into one convenient package.ATI Technologies announced shipments of FIRE GL X1-128MB and FIRE GL Z1 professional cards for high-performance workstations.
FIRE GL X1-128MB and Z1 feature fully programmable floating point architecture and support OpenGL 2.0, Microsoft DirectX 9.0, AGP 8X. Both are based on FGL 9700, but FIRE GL Z1 bases on a pared-down FGL 9500. The difference is that FIRE GL X1-128MB has 8 parallel rendering pipelines and FIRE GL Z1 – only four.
Both cards are supplied with Right Hemisphere’s Deep Visualizer full, Deep Exploration and Deep Paint 3D trials. FIRE GL X1-128MB will appear in December, the suggested price is $795. FIRE GL Z1 will be available from January 2003 for about $595.
Note: as you can see the box claims for 256Mb installed on FIRE GL X1, though there are two versions described at the company website – 128Mb and 256Mb. However, the press release contains info about FIRE GL X1-128MB. Hard to tell what the company values at $795... And FIRE GL Z1 naturally has 128Mb.
Here’s the addition to the official announcement:
Hitachi, that announced 16MB (HB28H016RM2), 32MB (HB28D032RM2), and 64MB (HB28B064RM2) RS-MMC. Sample shipments will start early next week.
New RS-MMC cards feature 7-pin interface, 18x24x1.4mm dimensions, suitable for portable devices, including phones, PDAs, etc.
New cards weigh 0.8 g, provide 1.7 Mb/s read, 1.0 Mb/s write. Cards require 28 mA for reading, 33 mA for writing at 2.7-3.6V. Naturally, at first RS-MMC cards will be sold with adapters.
Hitachi plans to release 128 Mb and 256 Mb RS-MMC cards in 2003 as well.
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