- Gigabyte Introduces PCI-X
Word came in from Gigabyte today announcing their PCI-Express line of nVidia based graphics cards. Full details within the attached press release.
Gigabyte Technology is pleased to announce the launch of its PCI-Express based graphics accelerators. Gigabyte unveils a complete top-to-bottom solution to PC users. With its close partnership with NVIDIA, the worldwide leader in visual processing, Gigabyte aims to give PC users the best that 3D gaming has to offer.
- Transcend releases Wireless JetFlash
A press release in from Transcend today announcing their Wireless Jetflash, a 128mb USB flash drive and wireless LAN device in one. Read below for the full scoop.
Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend) releases the lifestyle enhancing Wireless JetFlash this March 2004. This palm-sized device is more than just a USB Flash Drive. It combines a USB Flash Drive with an IEEE 802.11b Wireless LAN (WLAN) function. With the WLAN function, you can surf the Internet freely from a wireless network. Simultaneously, you'll be able to transfer large amounts of data between your computer and the JetFlash itself.
Transcend's Wireless JetFlash is compliant with the IEEE 802.11b standard for 2.4GHz Wireless LAN. With or without an Access Point, this JetFlash provides high speed wireless connections up to 11 Mbit/sec. Two integrated internal antennas and Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) technology provides a stable and superior wireless connection. Enabling the 64-bit or 128-bit WEP encryption will ensure the security of your data. A user-friendly interface and two convenient LED lights easily keep you informed of the usage status of your JetFlash. Small, portable, reliable, and now wireless. Transcend's latest JetFlash is your perfect companion for the road.
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