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ASRock Introduces the DeskMini H470 and DeskMini X300

This wee, ASRock introduced the DeskMini H470 & DeskMini X300 – two mini desktops that come equipped with either Intel 10th Gen CPU or a Ryzen 7 APU. ASRock DeskMini H470 uses the Intel H470 chipset, which supports Intel 10th Gen 65W LGA1200 processors and dual-channel DDR4-2933 memory. The DeskMini H470 also features USB …

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ZALMAN announces new entry-level RGB CPU cooler

ZALMAN has updated its entry-level CPU Cooler line-up with the CNPS4X. This new single-tower air-cooler is built using pure copper and aluminium – it also comes equipped with RGB lighting.  The CNPS4X RGB CPU Cooler from ZALMAN is built using pure copper and pure aluminium. The Cooler is fully compatible …

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Memblaze unveils the PBlaze5 520 Series NVMe SSD

Memblaze has announced its PBlaze5 520 Series NVMe SSDs, promising enterprise level performance, 96-layer 3D NAND and a significant reduction in power usage.  One of Memblaze’s focuses with the new PBlaze5 520 series is to bring down the power consumption. The new SSDs have a typical power consumption of 9W and …

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Konami is now making gaming PCs

Konami might be lagging behind when it comes to new releases in some of its historic game franchises, but it is not lagging behind when it comes to hardware. This week, Konami is taking a step away from Pachinko machines and instead launching a series of decently spec’d gaming PCs.  …

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RightHand Robotics utilises Intel RealSense technology

RightHand Robotics has chosen Intel RealSense D415 depth cameras to guide its RightPick 2 and provide “vital data for segmentation and all aspects of motion planning” that are needed when sorting and preparing orders. Intel’s RealSense cameras has been around since 2014, but the technology has perhaps never been as …

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Aqua Computer releases the ULTITOP D5 DUAL

Aqua Computer has released the ULTITOP D5 DUAL, a dual pump top to house two D5’s, providing improved water pressure and a fail-safe should one pump ever stop working, thus keeping your custom loop in working order.  Water cooling component specialists, Aqua Computer, has put much effort into making the …

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Foxconn starts producing flagship iPhone in India

Recently there has been talk of Foxconn expanding its manufacturing and assembly lines in India to continue helping Apple. Now, reports indicate that Foxconn has indeed begun assembling the iPhone 11 in a facility near Chennai, making it the first flagship iPhone being assembled in India.  Earlier in July it …

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