Cheap 7-inch Asus MeMo Pad is coming in April

Eventually we are getting closer to $100 mark for brand tablets in this year. Asus just came closer with the announcement of their new MeMo Pad costing just $150. It’s a tablet with a 7-inch display of 1024 x 600 resolution, VIA WM8950 SoC with 1GHz Cortex A9 CPU and Mali-400 GPU, 1GB of RAM and 8/16GB internal memory with microSD card slot. At the point of start MeMo Pad will have Android 4.1 Jelly Bean preinstalled. The MeMo Pad does not have a rear camera but there is a 1 megapixel, f/2.0 front facing camera. The battery is identical to the one on the Nexus 7. Source

Radeon 8000 series GPU coming this year

Just before the CES starting AMD announced their latest Radeon 8000 series of desktop and mobile graphics. Based on AMD Graphics Core Next architecture, all the cards are built using 28-nanometer manufacturing process. All of these have latest DirectX 11.1 and PCI Express 3.0 support. 8700M and 8800M will be mid-range and 8500M and 8600 low range GPU. AMD wasn’t ready yet to announce its high-end chips. In addition, the chip maker has launched its HD 8000 series desktop GPUs for desktop manufacturers. AMD has announced that new video card to make its way into Lenovo, Dell and many other systems to come in the next few months. Source

Samsung displays 84-inch 4K TV at CES

In 2013 CES, Samsung displays their first 4K TV to the press, which is 84-inch diagonally, making it the world's largest 4K TV. The Samsung UN85S9 features a unique floating design. The panel is held up by the sides within a metal frame, which gives the impression of it floating in the center. The metal frame around the panel also allows you to tilt the display vertically and houses the 120W, 2.2 channel speaker system. The UN85S9 also has Samsung’s Smart Hub software and runs on a 1.3GHz quad-core A15 processor. We don't know the price yet but it will go on sale in March this year. Source

4th-gen Intel Core processors can run you devices for a day long

3rd-gen Inter Core processors are a few months old but Intel don't hesitate at all to show the world its upcoming 4th generation Core series processors at CES 2013. The main highlights of the product is it can extend your portable device lifetime to 9 hours long. The new chipset (Formerly known as Haswell) is made with ultrabooks-slash-tablets in mind and could reach 13 hours of battery when docked to a keyboard. The device in question is codenamed North Cape and is a 10 mm slate with a standalone keyboard with battery. Intel achieves the extended battery life by reducing the power consumption from 10 watts to 7 watts. Another important thing is touchscreen will be mandatory for next-gen ultrabooks as well as WiDi wireless display technology. Thats a good news for the customers and Microsoft. Source
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