Zotac has released M series edge MI646 mini PC with a thickness of 28.5 mm. The price is $850 and available directly from Zotac.
Sonos has churned out Ray, a brand new compact soundbar that offers impressive, best-in-class sound for its size. Priced at INR 38000 (~$500), the Sonos Ray is great for at-home entertainment and promises to improve the sound experience for your TV, gaming console or anything audio related.
AVerMEdia Technologies has released DualCam PW313D that is a webcam capable of recording two images with its dual sensors. AVerMedia DualCam PW313D is a unique product equipped with two rotating cameras with different angles of view, allowing you to shoot your own face and documents at hand at the same time.
AMD RX 7700 XT is based on the RDNA3 architecture, with a 6nm Navi 33 core and an area of 360-460mm2, which is a large circle smaller than Navi 21 (520mm2). It comes with 8GB GDDR6 video memory, unlimited cache 128~256MB, the whole card power consumption 200W.
However, due to changes in the underlying design of graphics card, a single chip still integrates at most 5,120 stream processors that are the same as the AMD RX 6900 XT, but only 4,096 of the Navi 33 are accessible.
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G is an upgrade to M51 but is it actually so? Whenever you buy a new iteration of a phone series, it is expected that it would be a better version of outgoing model. This is not the case with Galaxy M52 which looses quite a bit of features compared to M51.
Popular eSports platform Gamerji has announced it has raised $1.1 million in pre-series A round. Investors include Stadia Ventures, Urmin Group family office and existing investors.
Micron Technology has announced availability of Micron 7450 SSD with NVMe technology. Meant to be used in data centers, the Micron 7450 SSD features 176-layer NAND flash and would be offered with the maximum capacity of 15.36TB, thus making it ideal for data centers.
Asus TUF Gaming M4 Wireless is a lightweight wireless gaming mouse with a symmetrical design which makes it comfortable for both left and right handed gamers. The actual selling price is expected to be around 70 dollars.
Neverware, which provided a Chromium-based OS “Cloud Ready” that runs on various PCs has made Chrome OS Flex available for download for both Mac and Windows computers. The Chrome OS Flex is said to be a product that integrates the strengths of Cloud Ready into Chrome OS, and is a substantial successor product of Chromium OS.
Recently, there is news that Apple will update the Mac mini at the Apple new product launch this spring. For casual users and even power hungry users, Apple M1 chip will do just fine.