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New products - First looks, May 2012 (Part 2) - Sony Xperia Sola, ASUS ROG Tytan CG8565, WD Thunderbolt My Duo dual-drive storage system

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CoolerMaster NotePal X3 - Cool blue

Continuing from the success of their NotePal X2 laptop coolers, CoolerMaster have one-upped themselves again by releasing the new NotePal X3 cooler, which features a significantly better cooling solution and a design that does not only look cool, but is practical as well. The X3 features a brand new LED-lit 200mm fan that ensures your laptop stays cool even in the harshest of temperatures. It also features front air vents that cool your hands just as it cools your notebook's chassis. The classic streamlined NotePal "X" design also supports notebooks of up to 17 inches in display size, so if you ever need to change your laptop, the X3 will still be there to cool your portable computer.

Description: Description: CoolerMaster NotePal X3

CoolerMaster NotePal X3

Price: $ 32

Info: www.coolermaster.com

Sony Xperia Sola - Touch without touching

Sony has wasted no time in launching a lineup of new phones after their acquisition of Ericsson's shares and patents not too long ago. The NXT series of phones originally consists of the Sony Xperia S, U and P, but another phone has joined the party, and there has been quite a bit of talk about it. Enter: the Sony Xperia Sola. Featuring a 3.7-inch display and a 1.0GHz dual core processor, the phone runs Android's 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, with promise of an ICS upgrade looming in the horizon. The biggest selling feature of the Xperia Sola, however, lies in a brand new Sony proprietary tech called the "Floating Touch" technology. What this does is it allows users to touch and swipe at the display by just having their finger hover over the screen without actually touching it. The phone is expected to be launched sometime in the second quarter of the year.

Description: Description: Sony Xperia Sola

Sony Xperia Sola

Price: TBA

Info: www.sony.com

Logitech Touch Mouse M600 - Swipe, scroll and surf with your fingers

Logitech is a brand that's well known for coming up with some really cool accessories for the computer, and with the new Logitech Touch Mouse M600, the company delivers once again. Using the Logitech Touch Mouse M600 lets you can scroll, swipe and surf wherever your fingertips rest on the mouse. With its modern design, smooth edges and designed-for-comfort curves, this touch mouse feels comfortable in your hand and looks good wherever you use your laptop. The mouse's unique shape is designed so that it feels great doing exactly the tasks you do most - pointing, clicking and scrolling. And it's a perfect choice for right- and left-handers alike, with click-areas that can easily be reassigned with Logitech SetPoint software.

Description: Description: Logitech Touch Mouse M600

Logitech Touch Mouse M600

Price: $ 61

Info: www.logitech.com

ASUS ROG Tytan CG8565 - Gaming Titan

Gaming PCs are often tricky things to talk about, as most gamers would swear that a "proper" gaming rig needs to be built from scratch. However, this may not be the case for everyone, and ASUS -- with its Republic of Gamers moniker -- have recently launched a gaming rig in the form of the ASUS ROG Tytan gaming desktop. Powered by the Intel Core i7-2600K, ASUS has also slotted in a Z68 motherboard and 8GB of DDR3 1600MHz RAMS in a 4GB x 4GB dual channel configuration. Adding on further to the list is NVIDIA's GTX 560Ti. Being a gaming rig, it should be obvious that hard disk space is also an important factor, so they've also added in a 2TB HDD for you to install all the games you want to play. The ROG Tytan set also comes with a USB gaming keyboard, a gaming mouse and a 3 year on-site warranty in case anything happens to your computer.

Description: Description: ASUS ROG Tytan CG8565

ASUS ROG Tytan CG8565

Price: $ 1,964

Info: www.asus.com

 

AOC USB Monitor e1649Fwu - Portable displays

AOC would appear to have struck gold with the AOC USB Monitor e1649Fwu, which makes extending displays on laptops and notebooks a cinch. With just a USB cable, AOC e1649Fwu lets users enjoy the dual monitor experience with your personal laptop anytime and anywhere, providing an extra 15.6-inch widescreen space for work and entertainment. The AOC e1649Fwu weighs in at a lightweight 1.06kg, and does not require a battery to be operated, getting its power solely from the USB port that is attached to a laptop. The 15.6-inch screen has a display resolution of 1366 x 768, and has a support stand at the back of the AOC e1649Fwu that can be rotated 90 degrees, for quick and flexible pivoting from landscape to portrait orientation.

Description: Description: AOC USB Monitor e1649Fwu

AOC USB Monitor e1649Fwu

Price: $ 97.5

Info: www.aoc.com

WD Thunderbolt My Duo dual-drive storage system - Thunderbolt speeds

Leveraging on the speeds of Thunderbolt, the latest and fastest way to connect high-speed storage devices to any desktop or notebook, Western Digital has recently launched the WD Thunderbolt My Duo dual-drive storage system. The Thunderbolt My Duo provides PC and Mac users with ultra-fast transfer rates, a choice between 4TB and 6TB storage setup and a customised dual-drive storage system with RAID 0, 1 and JBOD. It also comes with two Thunderbolt ports for daisy-chaining multiple Thunderbolt My Duo devices or other devices. Additional features found on the My Book Thunderbolt Duo include out-of-the-box compatibility with Mac OS Time Machine and formatting for HFS + Journaled for Mac; capability for multi-stream workflows; and a 3-year limited warranty.

Description: Description: Western digital Thunderbolt My Duo dual-drive storage system

Western digital Thunderbolt My Duo dual-drive storage system

Price: $ 228.8 (4TB), $ 621 (6TB)

Info: www.wdc.com

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