LAB501

16 September 2014. .

IDF 2014 – New Moorefield tablets from ASUS, Dell & Lenovo

The Intel Atom Z3500 series based on the Moorefield platform are designed for smartphones and small tablets (7-8 inch). The SoC itself is based on the same Silvermont quad-core out-of-order architecture as BayTrail while the GPU is based on a PowerVR solution, G6430 more exactly clocked at 533MHz (Apple uses the same GPU but clocked at just 200MHz). This enables lower thermals and smaller package, […]

12 September 2014. .

IDF 2014 – Gigabyte introduces X99 SOC Force LN2

As you may already know, GIGABYTE has two flavours of their SOC Force motherboards, the regular model and a LN2 optimized variant. Taking advantage of all the media attending this years IDF in San Francisco, GIGABYTE announced the latest addition in their X99 line-up, the X99 SOC Force LN2. As you may already seen some photos of this motherboard before, we come with some really […]

10 September 2014. .

IDF 2014 – Edison, Skylake and Cancer research

This week, San Francisco is once again home for the Intel Developer Forum and Lab501 is reporting live and will bring you the hottest news and trends. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich opened the show through the traditional keynote, showing the direction in which Intel efforts are focusing through the following years. IDF 2014 is focused on developers and on what they can accomplish using the […]

18 August 2014. .

TP-Link Archer C2 AC750 Wireless Router & Archer T4U AC1200 USB WiFi-Adapter

If last year we were mainly talking about dual-band wireless routers with support for the 802.11n IEEE standard, now is the time to analyse and test a mainstream router with support for the new 802.11ac standard. I know there were routers with support for this standard since last year, but officially this standard has only been approved in January 2014. In other words, starting this […]

12 August 2014. .

Noctua Giveaway winners announced !

As you all know, almost two weeks ago we started another one of our giveaways, together with our friends from Noctua. This time we offered three prizes (three awesome coolers, I might add) and all you had to do in order to get into our lucky draw was answer two simple questions: 1 – How many years of full manufacturer’s warranty does Noctua offer for […]

11 August 2014. .

ASUS Crossblade Ranger Review

ASUS Crossblade Ranger AMD’s line of mainstream APUs has been on the market for some while, but ASUS didn’t think they were in need of a ROG motherboard. All through the FM1 (Llano) and FM2 (Trinity, Richland) users all over the world expressed their disappointment to ASUS about not launching a ROG motherboard for these platforms. The wait is over now because ASUS just launched […]

08 August 2014. .

GIGABYTE GA-X99-Gaming G1 WiFi pictured

Back in Computex we saw quite a bunch of X99 prototypes from Asus, Asrock and MSI, but the boys from GIGABYTE had been pretty quiet about this subject. Well, one couldn’t assume that they didn’t have anything up their sleeve but probably the boys from GIGABYTE wanted to keep it a secret until the X99 launch would get close. Well, apparently that time is now, […]

31 July 2014. .

Allview Impera i – dual SIM Windows Phone 8.1

From the first moment I heard about the new Impera line from Allview I was intrigued… “Allview with Windows Phone? Interesting!” But what really got my attention were the hardware specs. I knew that Microsoft recently relaxed their conditions for Windows Phone smartphones and I knew that they added dual SIM support, but until now I haven’t used one. More important, however, is the fact […]

 Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 8 9 10 Next