Intel is opening the Computex 2012 exhibition with a range of new (and less new) products that will offer the advanced connection. 2012 will be the breakthrough year of the Thunderbolt?
June also came with Computex, one of the largest and largest exhibitions in the world of hardware and technology in general.
We have another few days in which we will certainly see a flood of shiny new products, but Intel is one of those who do not waste time and chose to update us in the development and expansion of Its Thunderbolt technology Already on 0's exhibition.
Among the products presented by the chip giant were the new Thunderbolt controllers in their own right (Cactus Ridge As well as the tiny Port Ridge that will make the technology cheaper and more affordable than ever), Gigabyte, Asrock, and Foxconn motherboards, which include a pair of Thunderbolt connections and join the same models from MSI, Asus and Intel that were announced earlier, SSD From mobile manufacturers such as OCZ And Elgato and also products storage Advanced from companies such as QNAP and Promise.
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A number of Ultrabook laptops were also presented, including the Thunderbolt connection from Asus, Gigabyte and Toshiba, The impressive mobile Which Acer revealed at CES earlier this year) and MacBook's Dark Of course, that have been offering the technology since last year).
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It will probably take some time, but we believe that the support of the Thunderbolt connections in both the information transfer and image transfer standards can make them very useful in laptops, as an alternative to the variety of video connections that will save space and be less cumbersome - if and when you become Quite common enough.
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Last but not least device that made another appearance at a meeting initiated by Intel is The MSI GUS II, One of the most intriguing device we've seen at CES 2012. The GUS II is an external video card chassis that should take advantage of the relatively impressive bandwidth of the G-Thunderbolt To provide additional graphic processing power to computers Mobile And any other system that needs it, easily and comfortably.
MSI chose to illustrate the potential of the GUS II when they operated with it (and with the help of מחשב נייד Which provided the rest of the processing power needed) the game Crysis: Warhead on a screen TV, Although like six months ago it is still not known when this promising product will reach the stores, or how much it will cost us.
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