EVGA is adding new member to their graphic card family. This GPU is the best of its class, the GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked edition. This card is filled with 1536 CUDA cores, 256-bit memory interface, up to 1058MH default GPU clock (boostable to 1113MHz) and a wealthy 2GB of GDDR5 VRAM with the clock speed at 6208MHz.
This graphic card is coming with two DVI ports, one HDMI port and one DisplayPort output for supported devices.
If you are interested to know more, you can try to read this PDF manual:
If you are one of those who love to stay near the outlet waiting for your iPhone or iPad to be recharged, you might want to purchase this cool illuminated charging cable for your iOS devices.
This is the Xenon LED illuminated USB charging cable, which know as the world’s first cable that show you with streaming LEDs as if the energy/power is being flow into your iOS device!
Check out the following video for more details:
It sure looks interesting as it will slow down the animation when near completion, and will stop completely when it’s done. It’s a nice eye-candy for those who love glowing stuffs as well. According to our source, there are two version of Xenon LED illuminated USB charging cable:
USB 2.0 to 30-pin connector
microUSB to 30-pin connector
Depend on your charger, the USB 2.0 version is more common than microUSB version, though both of them have the same price and function.
You can find more details and purchase this Xenon illuminated charging cable at JapanTrendShop. It’s available for $57 with $15 shipping fees (worldwide shipping, including U.S.)
Kingston is unveiling their new variant of DataTraveler flash drive – the DT Elite 3.0 USB 3.0 flash drive. DataTraveler Elite 3.0 is using USB 3.0 as the standard, and it has a cool capless design where you can pull the other side of the USB connector to hide the connector. It could be easily slide out by pushing the tip to reveal the USB 3.0 connector. As for its performance, Kingston DataTraveler Elite 3.0 USB 3.0 flash drive is capable of reading at 70MB/s and writing data at 30MB/s.
For audiophiles who love to tweak their music, Alesis has a new gadget to please your interest. The company has released a new 4-channel mixer (or recorder) called Alesis iO Mix which will turn your iPad into a powerful portable studio where you can record multiple mics or instruments directly into any supporting audio edition apps (such as GarageBad or Core Audio app). Of course, you’ll have to own an iPad for sure as it won’t work on Android tablets or its kind.
Specification wise, Alesis iO Mix 4-channel mixer and recorder featuring four combo XLR-1/4-inch input channels, switchable 48V phantom power for studio condenser microphones and a guitar-direct switch for guitar recording without an amp.