Plus, Zotac launches its new mini ZBOX PC

New product roundup: Biostar unveils first GTX 960 graphics card, Panasonic upgrades 4K Toughpad

This week’s new products from the tech industry feature the likes of Zotac, Optoma, Toshiba and more.

Taiwanese motherboard vendor Biostar has released its first graphics card based on GTX 960 technology (pictured).

It houses the Nvidia GM206 GPU, has 1,024 CUDA cores and runs at 1,127 MHz, plus it also features one HDMI port, one DisplayPort connector and two DVI ports.

Panasonic has also launched its updated Toughpad 4K Windows tablet, which now features a 5th Generation Intel Core i5 vPro processor.

The 20-inch tablet will be available in July with a price tag of $2,999 (£2,052).

Computing vendor HP has unveiled a string of new products designed targeting artists and developers.

The new range features the HP Z Turbo Drive G2 storage solution featuring the world’s first PC/workstation PCIe NVMe SSDs, the HP OMEN mobile workstation, the HP Dreamolour Z32x Display and the HP Ultra-Narrow Bezel Z27n, Z24n, Z24nf and Z24nq Displays.

Elsewhere, Toshiba has added a new laptop to its product portfolio in the Portégé R30. The Windows device is powered by a 4th Generation Intel Mobile Performance processor, features a built-in DVD drive and is about one inch thick.

Meanwhile, Zotac has released it new mini ZBOX PC series, featuring Intel Broadwell processors. The MI522 comes equipped with an Intel Core i3, while the MI542 nano features an Intel Core i5 CPU.

Both versions also boast 4GB memory and 500GB storage. 

Philips has unveiled its new brighter PicoPix multimedia pocket projectors, including the PPX 3414, PPX 3614 and the PPX 3614TV – the company’s first PicoPix projector with a built in free-to-air TV receiver.

Plus, for 2015 the PicoPix‘s specification has been improved to 140 lumens, meaning they can be used for large screen entertainment.

Projector vendor Optoma will also be launching a new projector designed for small meeting rooms.

The new EH415ST high-resolution full HD 1080p projector offers a short-throw lens, providing a super-sized 100-inch picture on a screen from just over a metre away.

In addition, Epson has introduced the WorkForce Pro RIPS, a series of business inkjet printers that make use of a Replaceable Ink Pack System (RIPS).

The pack contains enough ink to print up to 75,000 pages, meaning businesses will be able to print continuously for up to three years.

Customers can also get their hands on the Euro Truck Simulator 2Scandinavia boxed PC game add-on this week from distributor Contact Sales and publisher Excalibur. It is priced at £14.99 and features Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Beta Distribution is also pushing a line of new products, featuring Transcend’s USB Flash Drive and the Drobo DAS Array.

Lastly, ViewSonic has introduced its new UHD 4K Monitor. The VP2780-4K features a 27-inch display, with 3840×2160 at 60Hz native resolution.

The monitor is available now and is priced at £599.

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