PC Watch reported some more details on Tejas and Prescott processors. If you remember, the former will support 1066MHz FSB and feature 4.4-5GHz clock speeds and new packages.
Expected availability: Prescott – Q4 2003, Tejas – 2004.
Source: PC Watch
New 512Mbit DDR400 chips are made at Micron´s proprietary facilities using 0.11µm process technology and meet JEDEC’s DDR400 requirements. Micron supposes new chips and modules will pass qualification tests by mid-2003.
CS4272 features differential analog architecture, while CS4271 – asymmetric architecture. Both chips include ADC and DAC modules. CS4272 provides 114dB dynamic range and –100dB THD+N for both ADC, and DAC. CS4271 dynamic range is 108dB ADC / 114dB DAC. Both chips are packed into low-profile 28-pin TSSOP packages, support 24bit/192kHz audio processing suitable for DVD-Audio solutions.
EIZO Nanao is to ship its new 19" FlexScan L767 LCD monitor. Featuring silver or black body, it will cost about $920 in Japan.
FlexScan L767 basic specs remind of 18.1" FlexScan L665: narrow display borders, MultiEdge feature. Max. resolution is 1280x1024 (SXGA), viewing angle 170° vertically and horizontally, max. brightness – 250cd/m², contrast 500:1, response time – 25ms.
The monitor features analog and DVI-D sockets, USB 1.1, built-in stereo speakers (2x1W). Other features include FineContrast, gamma correction, sRGB, PRINT Image Matching II and Exif Print (Exif 2.2). Monitor dimensions are 415x216x406 mm, weight 6.6 kg.
Source: PC Watch
We’ve repeatedly mentioned PXA255 in the news as "PXA250 stepping C1". Here’s a list of benefits and improvements:
The most considerable difference between XScale PXA255 and its predecessor is the improved processor performance due to doubled 200MHz (vs. previous 100MHz) clock speed of PxBus that interconnects chip with external devices, including memory. According to Intel, energy consumption of 400MHz model at 1.3V is lower than PXA250’s by 30% in active and by 60% in standby modes. Clock speeds remain the same as of PXA250 – 200MHz, 300MHz and 400MHz. The processor bases on ARM v.5TE architecture is made using 0.18µm process technology. Many manufacturers, including Acer, Casio, Dell, Intermec, Symbol and Toshiba, have already informed on intentions to make PDAs on these novelties. You might have seen some photos in our CeBIT 2003 reports.
Intel PXA260 is a budget PDA chip pin-compatible with PXA26x and available with 200, 300 and 400 MHz clock speeds. It is packaged into 294-pin BGA casing (0.65mm pin pitch, 13x13x1.4 mm dimensions).
As for Intel PXA263, its architecture resembles PXA262 with its stacked assembly, including 200/300/400MHz processor core, 32Mb 32-bit Intel StrataFlash, etc.
Intel PXA263 and Intel PXA260 are sampling new now with volume production scheduled to Q2 2003 and first devices expected closer to the year-end. In over 10,000-unit quantities 200MHz Intel PXA263 will cost $42.35, 200MHz Intel PXA260 $22.85.
Audiophile USB is designed for Mac/PC and is an improved version of popular Audiophile 2496. Audiophile USB enables establishing PC connections via USB audio and MIDI sources. The device features two analog linear inputs (1/4" or RCA sockets), two analog linear outputs (RCA) with volume control, coaxial S/PDIF in/out, MIDI interface, headphone out. Besides, it supports AC3, 24bit/96kHz ADC (109dB dynamic range) and DAC (107dB dynamic range). The bundle also includes drivers for Windows 98 SE/Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 9.X/Mac OS X 10 1.5. The MSRP is $249,99.
Source: PC Watch
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This card features a modern AGP Pro interface without an additional external power connector. In retail this solutions costs about $935.
With print quality and speed to spare, the Fuji Xerox Phaser 7300 also has the specs and a reasonable price tag to match. With models ranging in price from the low S$6,799 for the base model up to S$10,999 for the highest end, fully decked out 7300MDX, there is a model to suit any SOHO and SME who need color printing and network capabilities all in the same great package."
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The module features 16 DDR333 chips organized as 64M x 8-bit (16M x 8-bit x 4 Bank) in TSOP package.
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