Items tagged with X3

CES 2012 may be over, but Mobile World Congress is just around the corner. We're already expecting a number of big announcements in the smartphone space, with most of them surrounding the idea of quad-core handsets. Rumor has it that HTC and Samsung... Read...
Who says Acer is all about notebooks? While the company may certainly ship quite a few portable computers, there's still a desktop market out there that needs catered to. Enter the Aspire X3 and M3 lineups, two new desktop ranges that Acer is... Read...
Officially, Dell has stocked AMD systems for several years, but the visibility and prominence of its AMD offerings has tended to ebb and rise. There have been times when the smaller CPU manufacturer has been all but banished from the company's... Read...
There are some rumors circulating this morning that it is possible to enable the fourth hidden / disabled core in a triple-core Phenom II X3, by simply enabling Advanced Clock Calibration (ACC) in the system BIOS on motherboards outfitted with SB750... Read...
Last month, AMD launched the Phenom II X4 processor line-up, and with it ushered in the first desktop processors built using the company's 45nm process node. While the first two Phenom II processors to arrive, the 3.0GHz X4 940 and 2.8GHz 920, were... Read...
Lenovo Expands Ultra-Thin, Ultra-Light ThinkPad X300 Notebook PC FamilyDelivers Next-Generation Processing, Greater SSD Storage and Enhanced Multimedia Experience RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – August 18, 2008 – Lenovo today announced the ThinkPad... Read...
Long gone are the days when the primary differentiating factors between competing laptops models were just battery life and weight.  Don't be mistaken--battery life and weight are still important; but with so many folks now using a laptop as their only computer, laptop manufacturers have stepped up their... Read...
Microsoft had all sorts of trouble with the reliability of its XBox 360. Tales of the "Red Ring of Death" gave potential buyers pause, and Microsoft spend a small fortune replacing defective units. One of the main reasons the game console was so fragile is that the 90nm scale GPU ran very hot. 65nm chips to the... Read...
ASUS Celebrates the Unveiling of the ASUS-Lamborghini VX3 Laptop in Hollywood Style Fremont, CALIFORNIA (April 24, 2007) – ASUS introduces the ASUS-Lamborghini VX3 third generation laptop with a Hollywood-style celebration co-sponsored by Intel at the Lamborghini Orange County dealership. Celebrities and industry... Read...
When AMD first announced plans to introduce triple-core processors back in September of last year, reaction to the news was mixed.  Some felt that AMD was simply planning to pass off partially functional Phenom X4 processors as triple-core products, making lemonade from lemons if you will.  Others... Read...
When AMD first announced plans to introduce triple-core processors back in September of last year, reaction to the news was mixed.  Some felt that AMD was simply planning to pass off partially functional Phenom X4 processors as triple-core products, making lemonade from lemons if you... Read...
Just in case you missed it, we're writing to let you all know that we have just posted a new article here at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features and performance of Lenovo's sleek ThinkPad X300 ultra portable notebook.  According to... Read...
While he may not have invented the Internet, Al Gore has played a major role in bringing the issue of Global Warming to the masses.  In his book and movie "An Inconvenient Truth", Gore made a compelling case, and whether his message... Read...
There seems to be one last detail we need to take care of before we put the fork in the HD DVD format: The hard drive for the Xbox 360.  It appears Microsoft is preparing to offer an Xbox360 with a stand-alone Blu-ray drive as early as May of 2008.Michael Ephraim the Managing Director of Sony Computer... Read...
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