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Transcend Releases 4GB, 8GB DDR3 RDIMMs For Cloud Computing and Server Applications

BenQ Unveils Two 15.6-inch LED Displays

Transcend Releases 4GB, 8GB DDR3 RDIMMs For Cloud Computing and Server Applications

Transcend Information announced 8GB DDR3-1066 Registered DIMM (RDIMM) and 4GB DDR3-1333 VLP (Very Low Profile) RDIMM modules. Featuring enhanced capacity, support for triple-channel memory configurations, and an onboard thermal sensor, these new high-density RDIMMs provide for higher data frequencies and significantly increase memory space.

  • P/N: TS1GKR72V1N, 8GB, 1066MHz DDR3 REG DIMM (Quad Rank, x8) with thermal sensor.
  • P/N: TS512MKR72V3NL, 4GB, 1333MHz DDR3 VLP REG DIMM (Dual Rank, x8) with thermal sensor.

As Transcend's highest density DDR3 module, the 8GB DDR3-1066 RDIMM is constructed with a ten-layer PCB that offers stable performance and durability, and also includes a high thermal efficiency aluminum heatsink. Offering memory bandwidth up to 8.5GB/s and the flexibility to expand maximum capacity to 48GB (per processor), the 8GB DDR3-1066 RDIMM module allows administrators to create a robust infrastructure that runs memory-intensive applications such as virtualization and cloud computing with ease.

Transcend's 4GB DDR3-1333 VLP RDIMM is 0.74-inch high -- compact enough to fit into space-restricted cases, 1U height rack systems or blade servers. When used with the triple-channel architecture built into Intel's newest Nehalem-based Xeon server platforms, Transcend's DDR3-1333 VLP RDIMMs enable system administrators to maximize memory bandwidth, providing up to 10.6GB/s throughput.

All of Transcend's DDR3-1333/1066 RDIMMs fully comply with JEDEC standards and are made of 256Mx8 high-quality DDR3 FBGA chips. The modules are backed by Transcend's lifetime warranty.

Source: Transcend Information

BenQ Unveils Two 15.6-inch LED Displays

BenQ introduced the new 15.6-inch G610HDAL and G610HDPL LED displays. Featuring LED backlit screens in 16:9 aspect ratio, proprietary Senseye Human Vision Technology, and a 5M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the new 15.6-inch models are an affordable, lighter, and greener upgrade choice for home, SOHO, SMB, and education users.

Users will find the 220-nit G610HDPL and 250-nit G610HDAL a good choice when it comes to viewing comfort. Differentiating from CCFL, LED is a stable light source without flicker, meaning long-term viewing of documents, still images, video, Internet or any content is easier and more comfortable for eyes. And, unlike CCFL, LED technology enables both G610HDPL/AL models to instantly display content when powered up. The G610HDPL is differentiated by a glare panel.

The G610HDPL/AL models extend their sensible engineering to include environmental responsibility. Energy-efficiency means 73.6% (G610HDPL) and 62.7% (G610HDAL) power savings over comparably-sized CCFL models. The new displays also meet the requirements of RoHS, Energy STAR 5.0 and EuP Energy.

The G610HDPL and G610HDAL debut in Latin America and the Middle East.


  • LCD size: 15.6", 39.6cm
  • Product color: black
  • Max. resolution: 1366x768
  • Pixel pitch: 0.252 mm
  • Brightness: 250 cd/m² (G610HDAL), 220 cd/m² (G610HDPL)
  • Contrast ratio: 500:1 (G610HDAL), 600:1 (G610HDPL)
  • Response time: 8ms
  • Display area: 344.23x193.54 mm
  • Viewing angle: 90/65 L/R;U/D CR>=10 (G610HDAL), 90/55 L/R;U/D CR>=10 (G610HDPL)
  • Input signals: D-sub
  • Horizontal frequency: 30~63 KHz
  • Vertical frequency: 50~76 Hz
  • Video bandwidth: 110 MHz
  • K locker: yes
  • Power consumption: 15.5W max (G610HDAL), 15.5W max (G610HDPL)
  • Power saving mode: <1W
  • Aspec ratio: 16:9
  • Adjustments: tilt -5/20 down/up
  • Dimensions: 300.45x377.8x146 mm
  • Weight: 2.35 kg
  • Power supply: built-in
  • OSD languages: 17
  • Vista certification: basic
  • Windows 7 compatibility: yes
  • Senseye: Senseye 3

Source: BenQ

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