Feature: The Core of the Matter

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In the test and measurement industry, faster processor clock rates have traditionally reduced test time and cost. Though many companies, especially those in semiconductor and consumer electronics, have benefited from upgrading the PCs that control test hardware, the days of depending on faster clock rates for computational performance gains are numbered. Faster clock rates have […]

Review: BenQ W1070+ Projector

BenQ W1070+ Projector

BenQ has a wide variety of projectors that caters to different segments in the Indian market. Today, we take a look at BenQ’s W1070+, BenQ’s latest projector that targets home users. Taking over from BenQ’s successful W1070, the W1070+ is compact and lightweight that makes it easy to carry and set up anywhere you want […]

Review: Epson L850 Printer

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Epson first introduced the L-Series printer way back in 2011 and over the years, L-Series has gone through multiple iterations. The series promises lower cost per page, thus making it economically viable for home users as well as small businesses. Today, we are taking a look at L850, which is Epson’s one of the top-tier […]

Review: Asus ROG TYTAN G30

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Consoles may have made their way into consumer’s living room but ask any avid gamer and he’ll confirm how PC gaming is superior compared to the gaming consoles. Asus has a brand called Republic of Gamers (ROG) dedicated to it and today we take a look at its high-end gaming machine – ROG TYTAN G30. […]

Review: Asus ET2040 AIO PC

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Desktop PCs, though powerful, take a lot of space in real world and if you consider an office environment, desktop PCs take a considerable amount of space making them unfeasible. All-in-one PCs solve this problem and the latest entrant in this category is Asus’ ET2040 AIO PC, which we’re taking a look today. The Asus […]

Samsung ePoP Memory integrates 3GB RAM, 32GB storage in one hardware

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Samsung has developed industry’s first ePoP memory module that stacks a 3GB RAM, 32GB storage (eMMC) and a controller into a single package. ePoP or embedded package on package enables smartphone manufacturers save on space in phones that can be used for other components like a larger battery pack. The package can be stacked on […]