Nvidia has announced the availability of GeForce GT 1030 graphics card which is now the cheapest one of the Nvidia Pascal range. On the same day, Gigabyte Japan and MSI Japan have released their variants of the GPU.
AH 53, AH 45, and AH 42 series have been updated by Fujitsu. The Fujistu AH 53/B2 is powered by 7th generation Intel processor and comes with innovative USB 3.1 type-c port. The lower model Fujitsu AH45 has the 7th generation i3-7100 kabylake processor and is meant for those who are looking for long battery life.
Critea VF-HGK 1050 has been released by the Japanese company, Dospara. This notebook PC comes with the 7th generation i7-7700HQ quad core, 2.8GHz processor and Nvidia Optimus GeForice GTX 1050 dedicated graphics card that handles everything from video editing to high end games.
Links International has released a mini PC called LIVAZ-4/32-W 10 for the Japanese market. It comes with keyboard and mouse so the only thing you need to connect is an external monitor. Prices start from 28800 yen which is about 250 dollars.
Vaio has announced a new SIM free phone called Vaio Phone A and it looks very much like the Vaio Phone Biz that was launched back in 2016. Even specifications are same and that’s not a bad thing. It is on sale for 24800 yen which is about $223, making it a medium end android phone.
Gateway SX2995 is a slim mini PC with kabylake that has been launched in Japan. It has width of mere 100mm, making it ideal for places where the space is tight. Gateway SX2995 specifications include Intel Core i3-7100 3.9GHz processor, 4GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, DVD Super Multi Drive and windows 10 home operating system.
Dell Japan has churned out Alienware Alpha which is a small mini PC for gaming. Specifications include Core i3-6100T (3.2 GHz) / Core i5-6400T (2.2 GHz) / Core i7-6700T (2.8 GHz), GeForce GTX 960 (4 GB GDDR 5), 8 GB / 16 GB DDR 4 – 2133 memory, 256GB PCIe SSD / 1TB HDD and windows 10 home operating system. Interestingly, Dell opted for 6th generation Core processors and Nvidia 960M dedicated graphics card.
Huawei Japan has churned out Mobile WiFi E 5577 which is a Wi-Fi router that operates at LTE Cat 4. Equipped with a massive 3000mAh battery, Huawei will be pricing it at 9980 Yen which is about 87 dollars. The corresponding bands are B1 / 3/5/7/8/19/20 for FDD LTE, B1 / 2/5/6/8/19 for WCDMA and 850/900 / 1,800 / 1,900 MHz for GSM. Interface standard SIM slot, SD card slot, Micro USB (for charging). The body size is about 96.8 × 58 × 17.3 mm (width × depth × height), the weight is about 112 grams.
Tsukumo N1502K-100 / T specs include 15.6″ 1366×768 pixel display, Intel Pentium 4415 U (2.3 GHz) processor, Intel HD Graphics 610, 240GB SSD, 4GB DDR3L RAM, DVD Super Multi Drive, Windows 10 Home OS, IEEE 802.11ac, Wireless communication and is about 2.7kg in weight. It will cost 49,800 yen in Japan.
Fujitsu Japan has released UH 75 which the company claims to be world’s lightest 13” laptop. Weighing in at just 777 grams, this 13.3 inch ultrabook computer is equipped with latest Intel’s kabylake i5-7200U processor, 4 gigabytes of DDR4 RAM and 128GB SSD. If you want more storage, you will have to go with Fujitsu UH90 that weighs a modest 913 grams and packs 256GB bigger SSD. It has a bigger battery pack too – 50 Wh vs 25 Wh.