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Martin L. Edelman Appointed to AMD Board of Directors

AMD (NYSE: AMD) announced today that Martin Edelman has been appointed to the company's board of directors as a representative of West Coast Hitech L.P., an affiliate of Mubadala Development Company and AMD's largest stockholder. Edelman's appointment follows the resignation of Waleed al Muhairi after four years of service on the AMD Board.

Edelman currently serves as Of Counsel, Real Estate Department for the law firm Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP, a New York City law firm where he is responsible for real estate transactions as well as corporate mergers and acquisitions. He serves as a member of the board of directors at several private and public companies, including Avis Budget Group, Ashford Hospitality Trust and Capital Trust.

Princeton Intros 12 New DDR3-1600 Memory Kits

With the advent of Intel's Core "Ivy Bridge" processors, and DDR3-1600 MHz becoming a standard memory speed, there is a push among memory vendors for affordable memory kits supporting the standard. Princeton Japan launched no less than 12 new memory kits, spanning across standard DIMMs, SO-DIMMs (for notebooks and AIOs); single-module and dual-channel kits, with module densities of 2 GB, 4 GB, and 8 GB. The modules bear basic appearance, and lack fancy heatspreaders. The modules achieve their rated speed of 1600 MHz DDR with a CAS latency as high as 11T, and module voltage of 1.5V. The modules are hence JEDEC PC3-12800 specifications compliant, and don't require XMP profiles to operate at advertised speeds, on compatible platforms. The company is providing lifetime warranty. Prices start at 5,400 JPY (US $68).

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Princeton Intros Bluetooth Virtual KVM

Japanese company Princeton took the concepts of Bluetooth input devices for tablets and smartphones, and turned it around. Its newest creation, the PSC Bluetooth KVM, is a combination of a USB Bluetooth 3.0 dongle, Bluetooth input device driver model, and its own software, that lets you use the input devices that are connected to your PC/laptop (your wired keyboard and mouse), with your Android, iOS, or Windows Mobile smartphone or tablet. This could come particularly handy to those who have their iPads on a stand, next to their PCs on their desks, as you could instantly give input to the iPad, and get things done faster. The PSC Bluetooth virtual KVM, from Princeton, is priced at 4,980 JPY (US $61).

Source: VR-Zone

Princeton Intros 5-bay 10 TB Desktop NAS

Japanese company Princeton introduced the ProNAS DN-503AH-PDC-10T 5-bay NAS for small businesses, with 10 TB of pre-installed storage. Its storage controller supports SATA 3 Gb/s interface, with RAID 6 mode for data redundancy. The NAS is powered by Intel x86 architecture, an Intel Pentium Dual-Core 1.60 GHz processor, with 2 GB of DDR2-533 MHz memory drives the machine. Surprisingly, it features four gigabit Ethernet interfaces. A Linux-based OS drives the NAS, which supports most modern NAS technologies. Measuring 199 x 338 x 264 mm, the DN-503AH-PDC-10T weighs about 13 kg. Its price is not given out, but varies depending on the warranty and on-site maintenence packages that go with it.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Princeton Intros Newer 19-inch and 24-inch Widescreen Monitors

Adding to the 21.5-inch 16:9 and 19-inch 16:10 monitors it introduced earlier this month, Princeton rolled out the 24-inch PTFBYF-24W and new 19-inch (18.5-inch) PTFBYF-19W. Both monitors use TN-film panels with LED backlights. The PTFBYF-24W measures 566.0 x 395.1 x 189.8 (WxHxD), and features 1920x1080 resolution, with 160 degrees display angles, 1,000:1 contrast ratio (100,000:1 DCR), 250 cd/m², 5 ms response time (GTG), and inputs including DVI-D, HDMI, and D-Sub. It packs 1W speakers.

The PTFBYF-19W, on the other hand, measures 440.4 x 341.0 x 179.8 (WxHxD), the panel measures 18.5-inches diagonally. It features 1366x768 pixels resolution, with 160 degrees angles, 1,000:1 contrast ratio (100,000:1 DCR), 250 cd/m², and 5 ms response time. Inputs include DVI-D and D-Sub. To top it off it has 1W speakers. The PTFBYF-24W is priced at 19,800 JPY (US $239), while the PTFBYF-19W goes for 12,800 JPY (US $154.7).

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Princeton Intros Two New Widescreen Monitors

Japanese company Princeton Technology introduced two value widescreen monitors, the 21.5-inch PTFBYF-22W, and the 19-inch PTFBCF-19W. Both monitors are LED backlit, an an anti-glare panel. The PTFBYF-22W measures 505.6 x 365.7 x 179.8 mm (WxDxH), and provides a native resolution of 1920x1080 with 160° horizontal/vertical viewing angles. Other panel specifications include 1,000:1 contrast ratio (100,000:1 DCR), 250 cd/m² brightness, and 5 ms response time. Inputs include HDMI, DVI, and D-sub.

The PTFBCF-19W, on the other hand, measures 444 x 359 x 174 mm, and feature features 1440x900 resolution, 1,000:1 static contrast ratio and 20,000,000:1 DCR; 250 cd/m² brightness, and 5 ms response time. Its inputs include DVI and D-Sub. The PTFBYF-22W is priced at 17,800 JPY (US $218.3), and the PTFBCF-19W at 15,800 JPY (US $193).

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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