updated 04:30 pm EST, Fri November 8, 2013
OPPO N1 smartphone released as special edition with CyanogenMod operating system
OPPO, an international technology brand, announced yesterday its plan to sell a limited edition of its latest flagship smartphone device, the OPPO N1, in December, with the inclusion of CyanogenMod OS out of the box and additional accessories.
Initially introduced in September, the OPPO N1's camera possesses a swivelling mechanism, so that its one 13-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash can function in the front or rear, as well as rear touch panel and HD screen. The CyanogenMod software allows users to receive Android updates at a faster rate than most other devices. The limited OPPO N1 CyanogenMod edition also comes with extras such as stickers, unique packaging and a specialized case. Non-limited edition OPPO N1 devices ship with OPPO's ColorOS system, and will support the installation of CyanogenMod directly from the stock recovery. The specific December release date is yet to be determined, with the price to be $570.
Digital Storm to partner with Nvidia, offer GTX 780 Ti
Digital Storm, a system builder known for custom-built high performance gaming machines, has announced its partner launch with Nvidia to offer its new flagship graphics card, GTX 780 Ti. The new card is now available in all Digital Storm desktop systems, including the Aventum II and Hailstorm II, and is ideal for 4K gaming. The GTX 780 Ti includes dedicated frame metering hardware to ensure gamers can experience smooth, consistent frame delivery. Digital Storm's fully customizable gaming systems are available for purchase exclusively from their site.