Newer 3 Series from AMD Radeon for Portable PCs

AMDAMD has just introduced their latest graphics card series which is intended for notebooks. Some of them claimed to have high performance when used for gaming. The third series is among other Radeon HD 7900M, 7800M HD, and HD 7700M1. Everything is made ​​in the fabrication of 28nm and comes with support for DirectX 11.1.

“Three years ago, AMD decided to push the limits of graphics on a notebook computer and since then we have to apply to any new release of our mobile products,” said Matt Skynner, corporate vice president and general manager, GPU division, Sunday (04/29/2012). These three graphics cards have different user segments, the HD 7700 series to the emphasis on long battery life, and HD 7900M for gamers who want a powerful notebook. While the HD 7800M series is the mediator between the two. To improve the power efficiency AMD Radeon HD 7000m series has also been equipped with AMD power gating technology that turns off one core GPU when not in use.

Then immersed Zero Core AMD technology is also moving the GPU dropped to nearly zero watts effectively when AMD Radeon HD GPU 7000m series switched to inactive mode.

Asus wants to be the First Use Android 5.0

Android 5
Android 5

Android 5.0 operating system will reportedly be named Jelly Bean. Asus as one of the major vendors are hoping to use Android, those who will use the first Android Jelly Bean.

Asus prides itself as the first vendor to use Android in tablet Honeycomb Prime Transformer. Therefore, they are also optimistic quota of Jelly Bean Google to run first on their devices than other vendors.

“Asus is very close to Google, so that when they have Android 5.0 I think there is a high likelihood that we will be the first wave of the offering update Jelly Bean,” said Benson Lin, ASUS ‘corporate vice president is quoted from TechRadar on Sunday (4 / 3/2012). Continue reading “Asus wants to be the First Use Android 5.0”