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Velocity Micro Raptor MultiPlex merges home theater with gaming prowess

Velocity Micro Raptor MultiPlex merges home theater with gaming prowess

One of the most interesting customizable systems to ever come from the team at Velocity Micro is here this week: the Raptor MultiPlex, complete with gaming and home theater features made to blow the market apart. This beast is meant to bring Velocity Micro into the world of both home theater aficionados and those that want the best of the best in gaming hardware. It all begins with a lovely solid aluminum case and output made for top of the line 1080p presentations for your HDTV.

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Velocity Micro reveals NoteMagix Ultrabook lineup

Velocity Micro reveals NoteMagix Ultrabook lineup

There's a brand new Ultrabook in town sporting Intel inside from Velocity Micro, with three new models pumped up for the new year. This lineup comes in with three notebooks by the names of NoteMagix U430, NoteMagix U450, and NoteMagix U470, each of them coming in with a unique chassis and no Bloatware at all, whatsoever. These units are pumped up and ready for the big time, too with solid aluminum bodies and less than 4 pounds to any one unit.

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Velocity Micro Shine pico projector does 720p on the cheap

Velocity Micro Shine pico projector does 720p on the cheap

Pico projectors have become a well-established category in their own right, much to the delight of road warriors and those who want a lot of bang for their buck when it comes to display size. With Velocity Micro's latest effort in the category, there may be a lot more bang in the near future. Their Shine series of projectors combines small size, big definition and affordability to make an attractive little package. The company gave us a demonstration of the upcoming hardware at CES.

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Velocity Micro outs Shine Projector and ICS Tablets

Velocity Micro outs Shine Projector and ICS Tablets

Velocity Micro is out to grab some news ahead of the CES 2012 show kicking off this month. The company has unveiled a new DLP projector called the Shine. The little projector has 300 lumens of brightness and a native resolution of 1280 x 768. That means it supports 720p. The DLP chip is from TI and the projector has 1.4:1 throw ratio. The tiny projector weighs nine ounces and is about 4-inches long on the longest side.

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Velocity Micro Cruz T408 and T410 offer Android tablets with compromise

Velocity Micro Cruz T408 and T410 offer Android tablets with compromise

Last we heard of Velocity Micro it was coughing up licensing fees to Microsoft for its Android range, so it makes sense that the company should have a few new products to make the most of that spend. The Velocity Micro Cruz T408 and Cruz T410 fall decidedly on the budget end of the spectrum, priced at $239.99 and $299.99 respectively when they drop at the end of the month, with the T408 having an 8-inch 800 x 600 4:3 capacitive touchscreen, and the T410 having a 10-inch 1024 x 600 16:9 capacitive touchscreen. Unfortunately, there are some compromises to be made along the way.

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Velocity Micro expands Cruz tablet line by three at CES

Velocity Micro expands Cruz tablet line by three at CES

Velocity Micro has announced three new tablets for its cool line of Cruze Android tablets at CES this week. The coolest of the three is the big 10.1-inch Cruz Tablet L510. This rig has a capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1366 x 768. The machine has an NVIDIA Tegra 250 chipset, uses a 1GHz dual-core processor, front and rear cameras, and 3G data options. Other features include Bluetooth, GPS, HDMI out, Android 2.2/2.3 for the OS and has the Kindle app installed.

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