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.
New machine handcrafted, with details inspired by automotive finish
Digital Storm has released the extremely high-end Aventum II custom gaming system, a machine that the company calls "as much a work of art as it is a finely tuned piece of technology." Built exclusively from handcrafted steel and nickel-plated copper, Digital Storm did not use any plastic in the construction of the premium computer. Configurations include liquid-cooled overclocked Intel Core i7EE processors and the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan graphics card.
Digital Storm X17E will offer a choice of GTX 680M or Radeon 7970M GPUs
Digital Storm, maker of gaming-oriented desktops and notebooks, has just unveiled what it's calling the fastest gaming notebook. The X17E sports a 17-inch, 1080p display and will get either NVIDIA's GTX 680M or AMD's Radeon 7970M GPUs. The available Intel Core i7 3920XM can be overclocked to 4.5GHz.
Budget Digital Storm gaming rigs start at $800
Gaming PC maker Digital Storm has released a new range called Marauder that fills the entry level of the market. Housed in a Corsair Vengeance C70 tower, the base, Level 1, $800 model gets a quad-core, 3.6GHz AMD FX-4100 processor and a 1GB Radeon HD 7750 for graphics, along with 8GB of 1,600MHz RAM. Next up is the $1,000 Level 2, which sports a 3.1GHz AMD FX-8120 CPU and a Radeon HD 7770 graphics card.
Digital Storm ships pre-built ODE gaming PCs
Gaming PC maker Digital Storm has just introduced its first pre-built gaming desktop, the ODE. Available in four versions, the company pre-selected all the components in each, with the flagship offering getting an overclocked, 5.0GHz Intel Core i7 CPU, 8GB of RAM and two 1.2GB NVIDIA GTX 570 graphics cards running in an SLI configuration. It also has a 120GB solid state drive along with a 1TB hard drive and a Blu-ray/DVD combo optical drive.
Digital Storm Enix cools vertically
Digital Storm brought out a rare air-cooled but heavily overclockable gaming PC on Monday in the Enix. Only seen in a handful of boutique cases before, its design rotates the mainboard 90 degrees and vents heat naturally from the top instead of trying solely to force it out with fans. The extra help lets users overclock to as much as 4.7GHz; Digital Storm didn't say with which processor, but it may not need water cooling.
Notebook offered in Core i5, i7 variants
Digital Storm has introduced the xm15, a 15-inch notebook available in several different hardware configurations. The base model offers a 2.4GHz Core i5 processor, a 1366x768 display and NVIDIA's 1GB 425M discrete graphics, while the top offering integrates a 2.67GHz Core i7 CPU paired with 8GB of RAM and 1920x1080 LCD.
Digital Storm launches 3-screen, 3D gaming PCs
Digital Storm is now offering a number of PCs meant for multi-display 3D using NVIDIA's 3D Vision Surround. Each of the Black|OPS desktops includes three 23-inch 3D-ready monitors with a 1080p resolution from ASUS and one pair of 3D glasses. The base model gets a 2.8GHz AMD Phenom II X6 1055T CPU and two 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 graphics cards in an SLI configuration.
PC offers aluminum chassis with 3 fans
Digital Storm has introduced the Assassin, the latest gaming PC in the company's Black OPS series. The system features a chassis designed for vertical heat dissipation, aided by three 180mm fans and a liquid cooling system which draws heat from the processor, motherboard chipset, and power system. The company claims the combination of cooling technology is capable of enabling overclocks past 4.4GHz.
Digital Storm outs Black|OPS gaming PCs
Digital Storm on Thursday announced its new flagship gaming PC, the Black|OPS. The customizable PC can be had with overclocked CPUs ranging from AMD's Phenom to Intel's Core i7. All variations ship with Digital Storm's own Sub-Zero Liquid Cooling System, which should keep it stable without excess noise.