Tekkie Tekkie Muna (this seems like an ordinary launch, but hey they did say they wanted to focus on the products rather than celebrities and fireworks), the brands are now revealing to the public their new devices after the October 30 launch of Windows 8.
Asus launched its Windows 8 compatible devices today, November 6, 2012, to the media people at the R Space venue in Makati at around noon.
Asus is here once again to show you one of the latest in nVidia-Based GPU…The Asus GTX 680
The GTX 670 is generally NVIDIA’s entry into the more high end yet down to earth segment, bringing together power that isn’t that far removed from the GTX 680, while packaging it in a more realistic two-slot and twin 6-pin form factor so it fits in almost any case and doesn’t put too much strain on power supplies.
The Transformer Pad TF300T is already a powerful machine with a quad-core processor and Tegra 3 GPU. Nevertheless, you can further push it beyond its capabilities once you have root privileges. Continue reading the rest of this guide to learn how you can root your Asus Transformer Pad TF300T.
This guide is applicable to all Asus Transformer devices, regardless of age. If you own the keyboard dock, always try to do any updates while docked. Following these guides is done at your own risk. By following this guide, you agree to accept full & complete responsibility for doing so.
Remember, everything in this guide is recommended, not mandatory. If you don’t want to take the time, or just don’t think that you should have to “go to all this trouble” then that’s fine. This approach is what many here recommend & many others have found it very helpful, but the decision to follow the recommendation is yours alone.
NVIDIA’s Kepler GPU architecture is finally testing waters in the crucial performance market-segment, with the GeForce GTX 670.
The new graphics card is built from the DNA of GeForce GTX 680. It closely follows that of the GeForce GTX 690, which is the posterboy of the Kepler GPU architecture, and is the fastest graphics card ever made.
Below are some reviews of three variants of the GTX 670. What’s great about the review is their system set-up is very similar to what gamers would commonly have in the mid-end segment:
The Google Nexus 7 is the newest Nexus Android device in the family, and the first tablet Nexus as well. (The Motorola Xoom was launched with Honeycomb but isn’t a Nexus device.) It is a feature-minimalist, but fast and responsive handheld tablet.
Quad-Core processor (with Quad-Core stronger than Tegra 3 and Dual Core!? Wow… It’s a big wow!), HD screen, and stock Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to name a few. However, the most surprising “feature” is probably the price — $199 for the 8GB version and $249 for the 16GB. If you did the math, that puts it to about PHP 8,500 and PHP 10,500 respectively — a good half of what similar devices are priced right now. It’s just too bad though that it’s not available in our country just yet — with rumors pegging late August if it will ever reach us in any official capacity.