|Samsung 32GB DDR3 RAM Modules|| || || |
|Written by admin|
|Tuesday, 30 December 2008|
|Apparently, Samsung is pushing the limit for RAM modules which you can fit inside your PC. Not only they manage to grab the title to be the first to product 4GB RAM modules, their 32GB modules would also signal another milestone for the company.|
On the other hand, the 32GB DDR3 RAM modules would be manufactured based on the 50-nm architecture. What’s even more magnificent is the fact that the new chip is designed to consume 40 percent less power when compared to their previous version of DDR3 RAM modules.
Of course, the 32GB DDR3 RAM modules would have to wait just a little which for its 16GB version to catch up in the market first.
However, I’m pretty sure that majority of the public might question their viability of their 32GB memory modules as there is a considerable amount of PC users who are still using older RAM specifications. I don’t think that DDR3 technology hasn’t really catch up with the market – just yet.
|Toshiba Fuel Cell Battery Charger|| || || |
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|Monday, 15 December 2008|
|It seems Toshiba is dead serious about their fuel cell technology whereby they will be introducing a revolutionary fuel cell battery charger into the market. I’m sure that there has been past attempts on creating fuel cell based electronics in the past, but it seems that the market wasn’t ready at that time, I wonder would there be a difference at present time?|
Of course, the fuel cell battery charger would utilize a direct methanol fuel cell-based (DMFC) system to create the voltage needed to charge your cell phones and most impressively laptops when connected.
Toshiba officials commented that the fuel cell charger would be available as early as April this year – let’s just hope that the technology does materialize, but I doubt the market condition would allow consumers to ‘shop’ for something out of the ordinary.