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Cooler Master launches HAF 912 web page

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Recently Cooler Master uploaded the landing page for it’s new addition to the HAF series of computer chassis – the HAF 912.

At this stage, almost nothing is known about the new HAF product, although speculations floating around the web suggest we should expect a Mid tower case having a MSRP of $59-69.

Cooler Master HAF 912 landing page

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Manju Hegde moves to AMD

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

I guess you read the title and immediately asked yourself the “Who the fudge is that?!?” question. Well, he’s the founder and CEO of Ageia. Still doesn’t ring a bell? Maybe Ageia‘s only product will – PhysX. Yeah, yeah – he’s the dude behind PhysX and he’s moving to AMD. For what, we don’t know yet, but we’re pretty sure he’s not gonna be a janitor.

Manju Hegde

Will Hegde‘s decision be a problem for nVidia? Will AMD finally have a PhysX implementation? Will graphic cards’ prices fall because of dishonest competition between the two companies? We can only hope 😀

ASRock’s AIWI utility

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

As you probably may know, ASRock has got some really innovative (more commonly referred to as “just weird”) products and technologies in it’s portfolio. Well, guess what – today they announced their latest one – the AIWI.


But wait one second, doesn’t that sound a bit like Nintendo’s Wii? Well yes, it does kinda rip-off Wii‘s name and even it’s function… in typical ASRock fashion, that is.


“I really, really like the Wii controller, but I’m too darn cheap to buy one for my PC! What do I do? Oh, lookie here – an iPhone, I bet this’ll make an excellent motion controller!”

I’m pretty sure those were the exact thoughts of the ASRock employee who came up with the idea.

The rest of the deal is pretty straightforward – you install the AIWI app on both your iPhone/iPod (and probably iPad, though I really want to see someone use it for that) and PC. And, yeah – you’ve got to have an ASRock mobo. Supported platforms so far are intel’s 1366/1156/775 and AMD’s AM2+/AM3.


Official AIWI site is here.

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