Acer Intel Ivy Bridge Equipped Desktops Unveiled, Acer Predator AG3620 And Gateway DX4870 – FX6860

As you would expect over the newt few weeks there are going to be lots of press releases announcing new Ivy Bridge equipped desktop, laptops and all-in-one systems, now that Intel has officially launched their new Ivy Bridge next generation processor, with its 22 nanometer transistor design.

One of the first in whats expected to be a long line of announcements from Acer, are the new Acer Predator AG3620 and Gateway DX4870 / FX6860 desktop systems. Which are now equipped with Intel Ivy Bridge processors and available with a range of options available for you to build your perfect system.

Acer Ivy Bridge Desktop Systems

[Read more...]

Intel launches Next Generation Ivy Bridge Processors

As expected Intel has now officially launched its new next generation Ivy Bridge processors this week. Which are equipped with a 22 nanometer transistor design, in contrast to Intel’s older Sandy Bridge processor, which has 32 nanometer transistors.

The new higher density Ivy Bridge processors have been designed to be faster and be able to handle a multitude of multimedia functions than previous processors.

Ivy Bridge processors

[Read more...]

Massive Nikon 6mm F2.8 Fisheye Lens, Yours For $160,000

A unique lens which has been classed as the world’s most extreme wideangle lens, has recently been put up for sale for a cool $160,000 or £100,000. The massive Nikon 6mm F/2.8 Fisheye lens was created as the world’s most extreme wideangle lens to cover the 24 x 36mm image area, when it was unveiled at the Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany in 1970,

Nikon 6mm F/2.8 Fisheye Lens

[Read more...]

NOFAN Unveils CR-95C Fanless Ivy Bridge Copper CPU Cooler

One of the issues with high powered processors in desktop gaming and multimedia systems is keeping the processor cool. Sure you can use liquid cooling if you have the funds and the skills to install a system, but if you have to opt for coolers with fans, the side effect of these larger fan based cooling rigs is the noise they produce when under strain.


[Read more...]

Mozilla Removes Favicons From Firefox URL’s

Within the latest nightly build released by Mozilla for their Firefox browser, the age-old favicon used by many sites in their URL’s has been removed and will no longer be supported in the URL address bar within Firefox. The favicon has long been used to provide an extra enhancement to websites allowing them to add a small image to the left side of their website URL.

Firefox 12

[Read more...]

New Dropbox Links Feature Makes File Sharing Even Easier

Dropbox the online cloud backup and sharing service has unveiled a new feature of its service in the form of Links. Dropbox CEO Drew Houston and Product Manager Ivan Kirigin demonstrated the new Links feature to the TechCrunch team last week, and now the new Links feature can now be used by Dropbox users to share files in a snap. Either large videos or collections of smaller files.

Dropbox Links

[Read more...]

Sony Unveils New iOS Music Systems With Magnetic Fluid Speakers

Sony has this week unveiled a couple of new music systems, in the form of the CMT-V75BTiP and CMT-V50iP, which are equipped with Magnetic Fluid speakers. The CMT-V75BTiP dock pictured below is compatible with iPhone, iPod and iPad devices and connects to them using Bluetooth. But can easily wirelessly stream music from any Bluetooth-enable devices, and is also fitted with a DAB and DAB+ radio.


[Read more...]

Max Payne 3 TV Commercial (video)

Last night the first showing of the new Max Payne 3 game commercial was shown during the Lakers v. Spurs game on ESPN. But don’t worry if you missed it, as its now available here to watch, and provides a good glimpse at what you can expect from the game when it officially launches on May 15th.

Max Payne 3

[Read more...]

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive SDK Arriving 3 Months After Game Launch

Valve’s Gabe Newell has announced that a new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive SDK pack will be arriving 3 months after the launch of the upcoming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive game which is currently in development.

Unfortunately at the present time no launch date has been announced for the new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive game. But the new SDK which will be arriving a few months after it does finally arrive, will allow gamers to create their own maps and is currently being built by Valve veteran developer Mike Durand.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

[Read more...]

Office Supplies Transformed Into Lethal Weapons By Slingshot Master (video)

If you are stuck in work during the zombie apocalypse, you might need to cobble a few weapons together, to protect yourself during the onslaught. Luckily slingshot master Joerg Sprave has created a video showing you how to create a few lethal weapons using just stationery supplies. Check it out after the jump.

[Read more...]

Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay V1 TV Leaked

During CES earlier this year Bang & Olufsen unveiled plans to launch a new range of device under the banner of B&O Play that would provide consumers with a range of less expensive B&O consumer devices. Well this week the first images of the new Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay V1 TV have been uncovered showing the lines and design of the upcoming range.

Bang Olufsen BeoPlay V1

[Read more...]