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ADATA Launches the ICFS332 CFast Card with SLC and 560MB/s Throughput

Industrial grade products gain their name because they are able to work in much harsher environments than ordinary parts and that is no different when it comes to storage. AData just released a new ICFS332 industrial…

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Addonics Announces Complete Family of Industrial or Enterprise Grade SSDs

Addonics announced a new family of SSDs that support the CFast, mSATA and M2 form factors in both Industrial or Enterprise class grades. The difference between the two types is the type of NAND used. The…

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Dell’s Latest Tablet is Built to Withstand Extreme Conditions

Dell has expanded its Rugged line-up with a new Latitude tablet designed to operate in the harshest of environments. This model is resistant against mud, dust, sand, spillages and other hazards. The tablet can even be dropped…

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MSI Rolls out the MS-98G5 IPC Featuring an Embedded Broadwell Processor

MSI has just launched its MS-98G5 industrial motherboard with an embedded processing and graphics solution. The motherboard is based on the mini-ITX form factor and Intel 4th Gen QM87/HM86 architecture that comes with a BGA-type Haswell/Broadwell…

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Google Glass to Use Intel Processor

The Wall Street Journal reports that the next version of Google Glass will use Intel Processors. The Journal says that Google has formed a deal with the chip maker, meaning Google’s yet-to-be widely released wearable will…

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AT&T to Release Sonim XP6, Rugged Anti-Smartphone

American mobile operator AT&T has just announced a new product under the ‘anti-smartphone’ category – the Sonim XP6. Said to be extremely rugged in design, this new smartphone incorporates a physical keyboard and button support into…

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First Robot Olympics To be Hosted by Tokyo in 2020

Japan has high hopes of bringing a new type of Olympics in 2020, alongside the actual summer games. Shimzo Abe, Japan’s Prime Minister, said that he hopes to bring the world’s first Robot Olympics, having discussed…

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Uncovered Hacking Plot Points to China Buying Stolen US Military Data

The recent news reveals that the US authorities have charged a Chinese business man with hacking into the Boeing computer systems and other firms with large defense contacts, stealing their data and then selling it to…

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MSI Announce MS-9A29 Fanless PC, Features 3G-Ready SIM Card Slot

MSI always seem to be expanding their portfolio of products, having just dipped their toes into gaming keyboards recently, and today they’ve unveiled a mini fanless industrial PC for the embedded system market. The MS-9A29 is…

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AMD Debuts New Low Power 6W G-Series APU

AMD have just announced some brand new APU additions to their G-Series of SOCs. AMD’s new GX-210JA APU features a wattage of just 6W with an average power consumption of 3W. With such a low TDP AMD…

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Ivy Bridge-EP Based Xeon E5 Processors Revealed

The team over at TechPowerUp have been doing some digging around and discovered some new Intel Xeon processors based on the Ivy Bridge (EP) design. On the ASRock motherboard CPU support list they uncovered some new…

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Mushkin Announce Up To 2.1GB/s 1920GB “Scorpion Deluxe” PCIe SSDs

If the 1600GB ADATA SSD we covered at Computex 2013 was your thing then this new Scorpion Deluxe SSD from Mushkin will definitely interest you too. Unlike the ADATA SSD which used a 2.5″ form factor…

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Computex: SilverStone Show Zeus 1200W Digital Power Supply

SilverStone are pretty well know for their high quality power supplies and at their Computex booth they took the time to show us their new high quality Industrial Zeus 1200W digital power supply. This power supply…

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Computex: ADATA Reveals 1600GB SSD With SX2000 Enterprise Series

At Computex ADATA revealed an SSD that’d make most PC enthusiasts pretty darn jealous. Their new SX2000 SSD series revealed an absolute gem with a 1600GB model – yes that is 1600GB of SSD storage. This…

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Computex: Sapphire Show R-Series APU A75 CPI Format Motherboard

Sapphire doesn’t just cater for the DIY or enthusiast market and at Computex today they took the time to show us some of their more enterprise/industrial products. The Sapphire IPC-FS1r2A75 motherboard is a CPU format motherboard…

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Computex: Sapphire Exhibit PowerCastX Digital Signage Software

Digital signage isn’t exactly the most exciting subject area to be covering at Computex but Sapphire have spiced it up a bit with their PowerCastX exhibit showing a huge number of screens being run off some…

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Computex: Noctua Display Industrial Fans And They Are Black!

At Computex Noctua have been showing off something quite different, that is Noctua Industrial fans. Typically we’ve seen Noctua cater for both the enthusiast market and the enterprise market. On the enthusiast side we have a…