Asus launches Windows 8-based Transformer Book TX300 at Rs 91,999

New Delhi: Asus announced the launch of the Transformer Book TX300 in India at Rs 91,999. The company claims it to be the world’s thinnest Window 8 tablet and detachable notebook.

The Asus Transformer Book is a 13.3-inch notebook with a detachable tablet which has a Full HD IPS touch panel and a 178 degree viewing angle. It comes with an Intel Core i5 processor. The Asus Transformer Book is available with Windows 8 Professional.

It can either be used as a Windows 8 multi-touch tablet or a notebook with keyboard and touchpad. It comes with two types of internal storage device. “As a tablet, the 128GB SSD means apps launch instantly for a slick and seamless Windows 8 experience, while ASUS WebStorage ensures easy access to secure cloud storage when travelling far and wide. Connect Asus Transformer Book to its notebook dock and it instantly becomes a fully functional notebook with up to a 500GB hard drive,” said the company.

In Notebook Mode, the Asus Transformer Book features a backlit keyboard with ambient light control that automatically adjusts its brightness to suit the surroundings. it has up to five hours of battery life in full notebook mode and up to eight hours in tablet mode. It has a front 720p HD and a rear 5-megapixel camera.

The Asus Transformer Book will be available in India across select Asus authorised retail outlets starting second week of July 2013.

Casing Cooler Master CM 690 III, New Interiors

JAKARTA, WEDNESDAY – Many people often overlook the casing. Though casing also plays a vital role for the health of the computer. Good air circulation can cause the hot air trapped in the casing. Tail processor could overheat.

One of the Cooler Master introduced a new casing. CM 690 III is a successor of the CM 690 is in great demand throughout the world. What’s the difference with the previous product?

Pay attention to the interior. There is a new location HDD / SSD combo. The slot can be accommodated in the hard disk or SSD 3.5 “or 2.5”. Up to 10 SSDs can be installed at that location. Behind the motherboard tray can also be fitted with an SSD. Yummy, if the location of HDD / SSD combo is not necessary, you can move it. That is, you will get a space to place other hardware.

The casing can also be fitted with a graphics card with a size of 42.3 cm long and 17.1 cm tall CPU cooler. In addition there are system-tray ODD latest EZ for quick installation.

Anything else? CM 690 III is capable of supporting as well as two units of liquid cooling radiators measuring 24cm (2 x 12 cm) on the top and front. You can still install the radiator measuring 12cm at the rear.

Its chassis supports a total of 9 fans, with three of them measuring 20cm. With this feature, setting air conditioners and liquid can be easily adjusted and remain constrained by the needs and imagination of its users. While the full nets cover the front and top. To minimize dust, dust filter available.

HTC Mini – the latest version of HTC Smartphone Has Officially Introduced in Indonesia

Some time ago, mobile phones HTC has officially launched in Indonesia. This smart phone can be considered quite innovative and brought some technology like the HTC BlinkFeed, Zoe HTC, HTC and HTC Sense BoomSound. Such features make this smart phone is different compared to other Android phones. To reach consumers who preyed HTC cheaper and smaller, HTC has launched the HTC Mini in Indonesia.

Arguably HTC Mini is a mini version and lighter than previous versions of HTC. This smart phone has embedded 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor core 400 using two with Adreno 305 graphics. In addition, this phone is using the Android operating system V 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

 

For full technical specifications from one HTC handset are as follows:

4.3 “720 x 1280 Super LCD2 capacitive touchscreen Corning Gorilla Glass 3
HTC Sense, HTC Blinkfeed, Boomsound HTC, HTC and HTC Zoe Ultrapixel
Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor 400 Dual Core 1.4 GHz
Adreno 305 GPU
1 GB of RAM
16 GB internal capacity
4-megapixel rear camera and 1.6 megapixel front camera
Micro USB 2.0 connectivity, DLNA, Bluetooth, and Wifi
Already equipped with Android Jelly Bean version (4.2.2)
As seen above, the hardware specs of HTC HTC Mini One to see cuts. However this phone still has good hardware specs and still be able to enjoy the features of HTC BlinkFeed, Zoe HTC, HTC and HTC Sense BoomSound innovative. To use the camera itself is still the 4-megapixel resolution with HTC Ultrapixel technology. From the look of the phone, similar to the HTC One and still made of aluminum but with a plastic periphery.

The phone is perfect for those who want to try and enjoy the features of HTC but with a cheaper price. For in Indonesia itself about the price and when it was officially sold there is still no clear information, the new HTC Mini HTC just introduced officially in Indonesia

Make Cold, LED fan from Cooler Master to PC

TAIWAN – Taiwanese hardware device manufacturers, Cooler Master, announced a cooling fan for the latest PC devices. JetFlo called 120, the fan who appeared with LED lights, measuring 120 mm.

Reported TomsHardware, Sunday (07/07/2013), what makes a ‘beautiful’ This device is not only visible from their physical appearance, but rather clever features embedded in it. JetFlo 120 is equipped with Smart Jam Protection feature, so that the system can detect if there are objects blocking the rotation of the fan.

Thus, the system automatically stops the fan rotates to prevent damage. Once the foreign body is no longer interrupt rotation of the fan, then the system will operate normally again.

Design with 120 mm fan can spin at speeds from 800 to 2000 RPM (Revolutions per minute) and a PWM (Pulse-width modulation) control. Fans can push up to 95 CFM and has a noise level to 26 dBA.

Cooler Master claims that its product is the first premium LED fan that will circulate in the market. The company emphasizes three main points on JetFlo 120, the ‘Performance’, ‘Style’ and ‘Silence’.

MTBF fan technology is claimed to be able to run for 160 thousand hours. JetFlo 120 will come with four different colors, including red, black, white and blue.

Reportedly, JetFlo 120 will sell for $ 20 and are available in mid-July 2013.

Review SpeedUp Pad Phone

In addition to the support for mobile work, the tablet PC is also widely used as a means of entertainment. Just as smartphones, tablet PCs are now available in the market with a variety of prices and specifications. Like one of these tablet PC products from following SpeedUp present for tablet PC users in the entry level segment.
Concept & Design
Speedup Phone Pad is a tablet PC with 7-inch screen. The design is quite average and quite like tablet PCs in its class with aluminum alloy and plastic body and frame design of the screen is quite thick. Indoors, the display screen itself is quite good and still comfortably viewed with a screen resolution of 1024 × 600 pixels. However, like most local screen tablet PC is rather difficult to see under a blazing lighting conditions. For the body, Speedup Pad Phone has brought unibodi design that makes users can not remove the plastic cover on the back to remove the battery. Overall, light weight, the thickness of the body is quite fit and do not look cheap.
Although it can be used in portrait position, Speedup Pad Phone seems designed to be used in a horizontal position / landscape. This is evident from the presence of a resolution 2-megapixel secondary camera on the top of the screen (in horizontal position) and two speakers are located on the left side of the screen.
For port connectivity, SIM card slot, audio jack port, SD memory card slot and a mini USB port, everything is placed in the left side of the body. All ports and slots are placed pretty well there. But unfortunately, when a memory card slot for a memory card inserted, the memory card is not fully inserted into the body and look a bit obtrusive. Although not a little disturbing but this reduces the aesthetic value of the packaging and less unsightly.
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Interface
Speedup Pad Phone running the Android operating system Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4. The interface is relatively simple with the standard launcher without any touch or customization of the factory. This is a positive value in itself, because this performance with a simple interface feels relatively quickly because it is not burdened with a custom homescreen launcher used by tablet PCs in its class. But, if you are bored with the zoom you can still use another launcher that can be downloaded through PlayStore.
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Applications and Features
For applications and innate feature of SpeedUp Pad Phone also relatively minimal. In it you can find SpeedUp Studio which is a speedup store digital content that provide content such as music, magazines, apps, games and news feeds. For applications, in addition to relying on Google PlayStore SpeedUp you can also rely on the AppStore. While it is a list of applications available in PlayStore not much, but at least it is also a plus because the application is available to download for free.
If you have a security camera of SpeedUp, Speedup Pad Phone is also equipped SpeedUp Camera app to connect with your security cameras in order to monitor remotely. And for office, has been available Kingsoft Office applications, Notepad and Adobe Reader to open the file. Pdf.
And the last is the telephony features. In addition to being a tablet PC, Phone Speedup Pad can also be used to answer calls and sms as smartphones in general.
Performance
Spur the kitchen sector, Speedup Pad Phone equipped with a single core processor ARM Cortex-A9 running at a speed of 1 GHz, 512MB RAM, and graphics sectors of PowerVRSGX 531 graphics chip. With these specifications, the value benchamark Quadrant that were achieved by SpeedUp Pad Phone is 2189 points which is in the bottom position 3. While the app AnTuTu benchmark test, the tablet PC won 3656 points, which put him at the bottom. To test the touch screen, with AnTuTu Screen test detected the screen can only accept input 5 fingers at the same time. Here are the results benchmarknya ..
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Despite reaching the benchmark value was minimal does not mean the tablet PC is lousy loh. For testing we use everyday is quite impressed with its performance fairly okay. The screen is quite responsive compared to tablet PCs in its class. Switching between pages on the menu and homescreen feels smooth and does not feel significant lag. Even so, there are enough to make us wonder at the launcher SpeedUp Pad Phone. Every time you access a menu that contains a row of application performance is noticeably slow and visible lag. Whereas when pressing the home icon to return to the homescreen all running smoothly. Hopefully edepannya k SpeedUp can provide updates to address bugs like this.
Multimedia and Gaming
For multimedia needs SpeedUp Phone has come up with music app, video player and radio. To watch a movie, we tried HD720p quality movies and 1080p. The default video player application is only able to play a video file format HD720p pretty well. And when running 1080p video file format image can not be displayed. If you want to watch movies in Full HD tablet PC, alternatfinya is using another video app that can be downloaded at Google PlayStore. But you also must be quite satisfied with the performance of the frame rate a bit slow and the battery certainly be more extravagant when playing Full HD content.
In addition to watching movies, Speedup Pad Phone can also be used for listening to music. But unfortunately, good for watching movies, listening to music, or playing games, performing voice though it is set at the maximum level still feels underpowered. Not only that, the capacity of internal storage space is only 4GB is also noticeably less if you save the video files in HD format, and music file format. FLAC or. WAV file size is generally large. But luckily still available memory card slot that can be used to increase the storage space up to a maximum capacity of 32GB.
And as an alternative to your current mobile entertainment, this tablet PC can still be relied upon to play the game. To play the games lightly with a simple display such as Angry Birds and Tiny Thief is a very capable tablet PC to play it. And what about the 3D games that require heavy graphics performance? We try to play racing game Real Racing 3. The result? Speedup Pad Phone can still be counted on to play a decent 3D game Real Racing 3 weight class pretty well.

Radeon HD 8970M Mobile Graphics Chip Fastest Claimed

Jakarta – Radeon HD8000 officially announced, but not for the desktop computer but notebook users. It was not just one variant, there are some models that are ready to fill the mainstream segment, performance, and enthusiast.

In the mainstream segment, AMD Radeon HD 8500M prepare and HD 8600M. Entrusted to fill class performance on the Radeon HD 8700M and HD 8800M. While the top-class enthusiast who inhabited occupied by the Radeon HD 8970M.

Interestingly, AMD Radeon HD 8970M claimed as the fastest mobile graphics chips today. The claim was based on the known specs diusungnya rely kecepetan clock 850 MHz (900 MHz when turbo mode is active), 1280 stream processors and RAM speed of 1.2 GHz.

This specification combinations touted able to achieve a score of 2304 GFLOPS performance on a single computational precision. While achievement in computing by 144 GFLOPS double precision.

While the first notebook product will apply, as quoted from MaximumPC, Wednesday (15/05/2013), is MSI GX70 which is present as a gaming notebook. To prove his supposedly MSI also bundled game Crysis 3 in the product.

Acer Aspire V5-122 with AMD Temash

Jakarta-ultrabook exorbitant price makes it less attractive thin notebook. Despite having a number of advantages compared to notebooks in general, such as fast boot time and lightweight body, the average price is above USD 10 million to be a serious obstacle.

As an alternative, some computer vendors began marketing sense ultrabook notebook with a more affordable price. Call it VivoBook X202E Asus, Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11, Dell XPS 12, or Acer Aspire V5-122.

Yes, with many excellent features adopted from the ultrabook, notebook sold in the under $ 10 million. But in terms of performance is less than the true ultrabook. But the experience of computing an ultrabook can still be felt on the notebook.

In the past week, Tempo had tried Acer Aspire V5-122. Body is lightweight and thin making the Aspire V5 easily incorporated into the bag and convenient to carry anywhere. Interestingly, in the Aspire V5-122 grafted Temash low-power AMD processors.

DESIGN

Thin, lightweight, and stylish. That first impression when touched obtained Tempo Acer Aspire V5-122. Body wrapped in metallic silver color adds an elegant notebook with a 11.6-inch wide screen. While at the bottom, cover plastic dark black plated.

Every corner of the Aspire V5-122 made rounded. While the keyboard on the inside of the black chiclet design. Fairly wide spacing between the keys making it comfortable to use for fast typing.

Touch pad size is not too big, but it’s not a problem. Therefore, Aspire V5-122 is equipped with a touch screen that is able to respond to ten touch points. The touch screen was optimal when used with the Windows 8 operating system from Microsoft.

Like ultrabook, Aspire V5-122 also brought the concept of unibodi. That is, the types of Li-ion battery 3-cell it carries can not be removed. But you do not need to worry because Acer ensure the battery life is long enough.

Connectivity

Like most new output notebooks, Aspire V5-122 is equipped with the latest features for connectivity. One of which is USB 3.0 is capable of transferring and receiving data 10 times faster than USB 2.0. USB 3.0 port is located on the left side.

In addition to USB 3.0, Aspire V5-122 is equipped with a USB 2.0 port is on the right side. In addition there is a card reader slot. As for the wireless connectivity, Acer presents Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n and Bluetooth 4.0.

SCREEN

Screen Aspire V5-122 is able to produce high levels of brightness. Using glossy reflective technology, the Aspire V5-122 black color makes it look more dense and the resulting image sharpness deeper than the regular screen.

Only, with a relatively cheap price than the ultrabook, Acer just immerse the display with a standard resolution, 1,366 x 768 pixels only. That is, watch the video with 1080p high definition resolution was less than optimal on-screen Aspire V5-122’s.

Moreover, with the use of the Windows 8 operating system and the increasing number of applications that require content HD screen resolution, screen technology Aspire V5-122 feels a little left behind.

PERFORMANCE

Acer Aspire V5-122 is equipped with AMD processors Jaguar Temash APU A6-1450 quad-core processors with speeds up to 1 GHz of computing processes. As for the graphics processing embedded AMD Radeon HD 8280G which has a thermal design power (TDP), only 8 watts.

Jaguar AMD A6-1450 APU processor is the new output. This low-power processor platform is the successor of Zacate and Ontario, the first generation processor which is equipped with power-saving features with four cores.

Low power consumption that makes the battery life to be quite long. During the trial, Tempo get the battery can last up to 5 hours with normal use and use the Wi-Fi connectivity.

To support the performance of the processor, Acer relies DDR 3 RAM memory of 6 GB with a storage capacity of 500 GB hard-disk. Hard-disk usage is what makes the Aspire V5-122 can not be called as an ultrabook, but of course the use processors made by AMD.

CONCLUSION

Pegged at a relatively affordable price, about Rp 5.5 million, Acer Aspire V5-122 can be regarded as a substitute for the ultrabook much cheaper price. Elegant design and weighs only 1.3 pounds, this slim notebook comfortable to carry around.

As a colleague, Aspire V5-122 can be relied upon, especially he amplified output low-power processors AMD. In the market, the Aspire V5-122 directly compete with VivoBook S200E Asus, Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11, Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E130 and Sony Vaio SVE 1111.

Logitech headsets and webcams for the business professional

As many of you know, I’m a full-time telecommuter. Although a portion of my work involves some travel, most days I am working from home, and a lot of that involves sitting on conference calls with colleagues and customers/partners.

Until recently, much of that required that I be desk-bound.

Anyone who has to work with VOIP and IP-based conferencing systems such as Skype, Microsoft Lync, Cisco WebEx and Citrix GoToMeeting knows that voice quality is everything if you’re going to have an effective business conversation.

And that means using devices that typically tie you to your desk, such as a wired headset or an Bluetooth/USB speakerphone, such as the Plantronics Callisto, which I have and think is an excellent product.

While there are many Bluetooth headsets and earpieces on the market which are perfectly suitable for mobile phone conversations, few are specifically optimized for use with PCs that have VOIP “Soft Phone” software, and do not deliver what I would regard as business critical voice quality.

They are perfectly fine for short calls, but not ideal when you are on a VOIP conference for as much as an hour at a time, or even longer, particularly when you need to be an active participant and when paying close attention to who is speaking and the clarity of what you are saying is essential.

As we all know about Bluetooth when it comes to audio streams, the farther you get away from the transceiver, the worse the audio gets. So it’s not practical to stray too far away from your PC.

Logitech’s latest wireless headsets have been a total game changer for my personal work situation since I’ve been using them the last few months. I’ve been using the H820e stereo version which retails for $199 but can be found for considerably less.

Installation and use of the headset is pretty straightforward — you plug the DECT 6.0 transmitter and charging base into a free USB port on your PC or Mac, and the AC power cord to power the base. The headset charges on the base when not in use, and has a built-in rechargeable battery.

The operating system recognizes it automatically, and depending on the VOIP program you are using, you may need to alter the settings to use the headset as your primary audio device.

If you’re familiar with the DECT 6.0 1.9Ghz wireless transmission standard, particularly if you have cordless phones in your house that use the technology, you know that you can get some pretty impressive range and not lose any voice quality. That’s exactly what the H820e headset gives you for VOIP calls.

My home office is a good 60 feet away from my living room and around 75 feet from my “breakfast area” which has my espresso machine and a table which faces my outdoor patio and pool area with outdoor furniture which is about 100 feet or so away from the base transmitter.

So regardless of what VOIP software I am using, and where I am in my house, I get the same crystal-clear voice quality as if I am sitting right in front of my PC. For example, this wearable computing podcast that I recorded with Rick Vanover of Veeam was actually done in my living room, while wearing the H820e using Skype.

So the quality of the audio is without dispute. What about the overall design and using it?

The H820e was designed for use for hours at a time. The stereo version is comfortable and after a while you forget you even have it on your head. While I am extremely pleased with the device, I have only a few nitpicks:

First, the “Mute” button is attached to the microphone boom and is recessed back towards where the headphone is. It doesn’t stick prominently out, so you have to sort of feel your way up the boom to finding it.

If you’re away from your PC and are not near the software controls of your VOIP client, and some sort of unplanned audio distraction occurs that you don’t want to be heard by everyone else, then it could take a few seconds to mute the audio while you fumble around with the boom. It would be better if in the next version of this product that they put it on the exterior side of the headphone holding the boom.

It’s a minor annoyance but it’s still an annoyance nonetheless.

The second is the boom mic’s sensitivity to airflow. Now, normally you don’t have a lot of “wind” in an indoor or office setting but in the summertime in Florida, I like to have a fan going in my office for better air circulation.

If that fan is pointed directly at me, it sounds like I am in an outdoor breeze. And if you are actually outdoors (like sitting on my patio and having a cup of coffee) and a little bit of wind picks up, you’re going to hear it if the mic isn’t muted, no question.

Also, if you are a heavy breather, you’ll probably want to have the boom twisted a lot farther away from your mouth than you think you need it.

Despite what I would call these two minor nitpicks I think the H820e is an excellent product and I heartily reccomend it. I’ve also spent some time with their wired headset, the H650e on business trips with my laptop and also on my Surface RT using Skype and Lync, and the audio is just as high quality as the H820e, provided your bandwidth supports the fidelity of the connection.

Not all telecommuting and conferencing is about audio, however. From time to time I do need to do video as well.

My corporate laptop, my Lenovo X1 Carbon is a great little machine but its webcam isn’t its strong suit. When it’s docked to my monitor on my desk at home, I need something that delivers much more robust and HD-quality video.

I’ve written about small busines and SOHO/workgroup video conferencing products before, like Logitech’s BCC950. While the BCC950 is an excellent product for small meeting rooms and for having three to five people on camera at once, it’s overkill for a telecommuter or just someone in a single office.

Enter the Logitech C930e, a “Business” webcam. Like any other webcam it clips to the top of your monitor and plugs into your USB 2.0 or 3.0 port. But this is no ordinary webcam.

At a street price of $129.00 it’s more expensive than Logitech’s consumer/prosumer webcam offerings, but there’s considerable enterprise-class video conferencing technology built-into this little device.

First, provided your bandwidth supports it, the C930e can capture 1080p video (or 15MP stills) at 30 frames a second because it includes Scalable Video Coding using H.264 and UVC 1.5, the second of which is needed to be certified for use with corporate-grade video conferencing tools.

Second, the camera has a 90-degree diagonal field of view so you get a widescreen capture of the subject without any “fish eye” distortion. You also get a Carl Zeiss lens and 4X digital zoom with software pan and tilt control, as well as built-in stereo microphones

Logitech also offers the consumer-oriented C920 which is about $30 cheaper than the C930e, but it lacks the the Scalable Video Coding and UVC 1.5 capabilities used with corporate applications like Lync and Cisco UC and is more suited towards Skype and other consumer video applications like Google Hangouts. It also lacks the 90-degree FOV of its more expensive sibling.

While the two cameras look very similar, they shouldn’t be confused with each other. If corporate video conferencing capability and quality is definitely what you need, you want the C930e.

LCD Panel Full HD Thinnest In The World For Mobile Devices From LG

Processors are getting faster, increasing the screen resolution and packaging design into its own color thinning on the development of smartphones and tablet PC technology today. With the presence of the latest innovation from LG, the trend will continue. LG introduces the thinnest Full HD display panel in the world for mobile devices. With this innovation, the body seems to be getting thinner smartphone.
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LG’s latest display panels present in the 5.2-inch size. There is a possibility this panel will be present in larger sizes for use on Tablet PCs. Thickness is only 2.2 mm, including the bezel or frame size 2.3 mm. The key to the success of creating a panel LG world’s thinnest LCD screen is located on LG Display panel technology, Advanced One-Glass-Solution (OGS). Even to create, LG brings touchscreen technology that is specifically designed and applied the first time through this panel.
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So what’s the secret to this panel can be very thin? The secret lies in between the display panel and touch the film (layer touch screen). LG Dual Flexible Printed circuit inserts instead of regular single circuit. All components are then combined with Optical Clear Resin parts in between the panel and touch the film with immediate unification system. As a result, it will automatically reduce the thickness of the panel itself as much as 30 percent.
With the presence Optical Clear Resin, this new tech screen brightness can have a better screen. With a full HD screen resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels and it has a maximum level of 535 nits brightness, the LCD screen of LG’s latest look more perfect and claimed to still be clearly visible even under the conditions used in the scorching sun.
Unfortunately, LG has not announced when the LCD screen will make her debut for smartphones and tablet PCs. Most likely we will see it the first time in LG branded products.

Google Glass for Dogs

California – giant, Google, is reportedly planning to develop Google Glass for working dogs.
According to a report quoted by the New York Post, Google has teamed up with the Georgia Institute of Technology to develop a wearable computer system. The system can give your dog an easier way to communicate with their owners. Or even a dog owner can see what is seen by the dog.
Project called FIDO (Facilitating Interactions for Dogs with Occupations) is
can make a dog bite or other means, to enable the sensor can send the information to the owner.
Google Glass is expected to be widely released in the market in 2014. Google technical leadership Glass, Thad Starner, has teamed up with professors at Goergia Institute to develop a computerized benefits to help working dogs.
Assistant Professor Melody Jackson said, dogs have been tested for use Google Glass that can activate the sensor by using his mouth. Jackson added Google Glass being studied to be used for a dangerous affair, such as detecting bombs.