Infineon has announced the fastest memory chips of today. The 128Mbit SGRAM chip is organized 4Mx32 and supports clock frequencies up to 300MHz for SGRAM, thus 600 Mhz for DDR SGRAM. Infineon is pioneering new features with this product, introducing a 1.8V matched impedance interface. Operating at 1.8V means significant power savings over a standard DDR interface which uses 2.5V – this will be critical to reach the high performance levels required of 3D graphics cards and power reduction for Notebook PCs.
If you're a Handspring fan, you'll love this. We've taken some of the most populars Springboard Expansion Modules and have Lassoed them together into a Springboard Module Round Up. Here's a clip:
The folks at Handspring gave us one of their brand new Visor Platinum's to review. Priced at $299 US, it sports a 50% faster processor than previous models, 8 Megs of RAM, and the Ultra Expandable Springboard Expansion Slot. Here's a clip:
Think touch typing on a two handed keyboard was hard? Try typing on a One Handed Keyboard! The Matias Corporation is determined to revolutionize the art of Touch Typing. Their first product is a Half Keyboard designed for PDA's. Here's a clip:
Most computer freaks now would probably be running their PC133 and consider their RAM real eleet. Recently however, a new RAM company sarcastically named after Kingston, Kingsmax, released PC150 SDRAM. If that isn't enough for you OC freaks, check out the Overclockz Zone PC170 RAM guranteed to run at least 170MHz at 2-3-2. This is definitely getting out of hand.