Solid State Drive (SSD) already have high-performance advantages over HDDs although it has shortcomings in terms of price and capacity. However, Toshiba tried to make a breakthrough by creating the SSD is capable of streaming video content without the help of the CPU.
Toshiba has created a machine that makes the hardware NPEngine SSD capable of streaming video content to the IP network without the aid of the CPU or system memory.
If the SSD is really getting the ability to play videos, or do anything else, without burdening the memory or CPU, the device will have a far more superior than regular HDD.
NPEngine is being used to develop the SSD is claimed to provide 64 000 high-quality video streaming at 40 Gbps.
Such technology could be the driving ability of a typical server. Because the typical server must use the software to retrieve stored data, then run it through the CPU and SDRAM. While the strongest servers in general have the highest limit of approximately 20 000 streaming video.
Flexible Touch Screen Gadgets Make The Slim:
Hardware manufacturer Atmel recently announced XSense, namely a flexible touch screen that is claimed to make a smart phone or tablet to be more streamlined. In addition, new hardware is believed to be used for other products that are truly new.
according to official statement, Atmel is able to make this breakthrough technology through an exclusive “roll-to-roll metal mesh”. The screen can bend easily and can be so flexible as using the material polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
Atmel is not the only company that believes a flexible screen is the future. Some time ago Sony Ericsson announced it has begun mass production of electronic paper display (EPD) that will slide in Europe next month.
EPD of LG is the e-Ink screen measuring 6 inches plastic with the sharpness of 1024 × 768. Ketebalannnya only 0.7 millimeters and weighs 14 grams. LG claims the e-Ink screen is scratch resistant and besutannya resistance fell from a height of approximately 1.5 meters. Of course, its greatest claim is a matter of flexibility. LG claims that the display can be bent to 40 degrees from center.
Last year Nokia also introduced a prototype handheld device that allows you to bend and rotate the screen for scrolling and zooming. Besides Samsung also told analysts that it plans to introduce mobile phones that adopt a flexible screen at this year’s