Samsung has been satisfying many customers with their favorite Touch of Color displays, but these new LED eco-friendly displays will be sure to provide many with an even sleeker display. Based on the release photographs, the new models feature a sexy metal stand without the full “disc base” that we were used to seeing on [...]
SSDs (Solid State Drives) are all the rage – no moving parts and expected reduced power consumption. Some tests have said that there is no power savings, other say there is – so Laptop Magazine took it into their own hands. Their results?
SSDs offer a small improvement in battery life. While this tiny improvement may not be enough to sell users on SSDs as power-saving devices, it is certainly enough to say that upgrading to SSD will not cost you any battery life and may provide you with more productive minutes as you wait shorter periods of time for programs to load or for your system to boot.
In accordance to the growing desire to continually develop energy-saving computers, HP has actively released a variety of desktop computers that businesses will find very beneficial. Taking on green computing has recently been the goal of companies primarily because newer, more efficient models are designed to lessen power consumption which in turn means significant profit in the long run. If you own a small to medium business and youâ€™d like to have the perfect budget PC that will help save our planet, you should get the HP dx2250 Desktop Computer running on the AMD Athlon 64 Processor.
A lot of people are in the market for new TVs these days as we have less than a year to make the switch to HD. I couldn’t help but take notice of this 47-inch stud from Westinghouse. The price friendly TX-47F430S HD LCD TV may be just the television for you.
Everyone loves Sony Technology. Anyone born in or around the eighties had a Walkman (Which, by the way, is now a phone). But what has Sony done for us lately? Well, lots. Think Blu-ray. Now stop thinking blue and start thinking OLED. Thatâ€™s Organic Light Emitting Diode. What does that mean? Itâ€™s a new form of display that promises to knock the pants of current LCD and Plasma units.
Via has seemingly disappeared from the US market, where chips under the Cyrix brand could have been found widely as recently as a few years ago. With a ‘green’ push seemingly everywhere, can Via recapture a share of the US market as well with the new HP partnership ‘stirring the pot?’