Tuesday, July 28th 2009

HIS introduces BumpTop Bundles with HIS 4670 IceQ / iSilence 4

Hightech Information System (HIS), a leading manufacturer of ATI Radeon-based graphics cards, today announces the software bundling of BumpTop, a Windows 3D desktop application which makes desktop operations fun, intuitive and much more customizable. It will be available in the HIS 4670 IceQ / iSilence 4 Native HDMI 1GB DDR3 models and downloadable from HIS website.

"With BumpTop's intuitive 3D desktop environment, your desktop will be an interesting playground more than ever seen. You can now drag or resize icons and even post stuff on the walls. Everything is customizable, like a real desk" said Peter Yeung, Global Marketing Director for Hightech Information System. "Taking advantage of the powerful graphics engine, HIS Radeon HD 4000 Series GPUs deliver not only a cinematic gaming experience but also a whole new level of interactivity to desktop PCs."

"The desktop is traditionally a static, uninviting environment," said Anand Agarawala, Founder and CEO of Bump Technologies. "But with BumpTop and the HIS Radeon HD 4000 Series GPUs the desktop becomes an immersive, interactive 3D environment perfect for gamers." BumpTop combines the look and feel of a real desk with the power of PC: it lets user spatially organize and share their files and photos with their contacts, while adding advanced search and sort capabilities to enhance productivity. It creates a whole new desktop environment integrates with your digital life, helping you organize files, browse images, write notes and even update your Facebook, Twitter and email.
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6 Comments on HIS introduces BumpTop Bundles with HIS 4670 IceQ / iSilence 4

#1
alexp999
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by: btarunr
the desktop becomes an immersive, interactive 3D environment perfect for gamers."
:roll:

Perfect for gamers is as little running in the background so you get the most out of your games. Not some crazy probably resource hogging 3d dekstop transformation.

PR BS really makes me laugh sometimes.
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#2
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
They want to win you with humour.
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#3
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
They shouldve just diverted the funds in creating that bloatware somewhere else.. to charity orgs or stuff like that.
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#4
Maban
I tried BumpTop back when it was in beta. Didn't like it.
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#5
Easo
Win 7 or Ubuntu both on max settings gives me all eye candy i will ever need...
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#6
mdm-adph
Well, anything that removes the Windows desktop from the forefront of the OS makes me happy. :p
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