Tag: Launches

Antec launches P110 Luce chassis

Antec has today released its new P110 Luce, a mid-tower chassis first shown off at Computex 2017 and sporting a tempered glass side panel and RGB lighting. Dominated by steel, the P110 Luce also features a 0.8mm brushed aluminium front fascia and a full tempered glass …

DJI launches Zenmuse X7 camera with interchangeable lenses

Aiming to cater to professional cinematographers, DJI has unveiled what it is calling the world’s first Super 35 digital film camera. The Zenmuse X7 offers a large image sensor that can be used to capture video with greater flexibility during post-production. The Zenmuse X7 can capture …

Corsair launches LL Series RGB Fans

Corsair, ever the proponent of red, blue, and green lighting, has today announced a new addition to its family of RGB cooling fans: the LL Series. Coming as ever in 140mm and 120mm flavours (both 25mm depth), the standout feature of the LL Series fans is …

Toshiba launches trio of new, affordable TR200 SSDs

Toshiba is launching a trio of retail SSDs today armed with the company’s own 3D flash memory. The TR200, available in 240GB, 480GB and 960GB capacities and presented in a standard 2.5in form factor, uses third-generation 64-layer BiCS flash 3D. Let’s take a peek at the …

MSI launches small form factor Vortex G25 gaming desktop

Intel’s 8th generation Core processors have officially arrived, and though self builders are having to twiddle them thumbs awaiting for retail stock to be replenished, system integrators are gearing up to introduce a wide range of PCs armed with the new hardware. Proving that the latest-generation …

Google launches premium Pixelbook

Google has announced what looks to be a direct competitor to the Microsoft Surface family: the Google Pixelbook. Touted as a high-performance, two-in-one Chromebook, the Pixelbook is Google’s thinnest laptop thus far, measuring just 10.3mm thick, and it weighs in at a mere 1.1kg. Materials are …

Circle Pushes OTC Crypto Trading, Launches In France & Italy

Circle, which uses blockchain technology to do zero-cost instant payments, is launching in France and Italy, and also announcing a group payments application. In addition, the company is pushing to the fore its over-the-counter service, Circle Trading, which up until now has been “the best kept …