Monday, June 25, 2012
ZiLOG was co-found by the industry pioneer Federico Faggin and Ralph Ungermann in 1974.The Z80 serial products produced by this company was once widely applied. In 1998, TPG(The Texas Pacific Group ) acquired ZiLOG and decided its market positioning:communication, household entertainment, and integrated control. Currently, ZiLOG has its own dedicated design reference room with complete documents and information, four design center located respectively in California, Taxes, Idahos and Washington, well developed manufacture plants in Idaho, a test plant in Manila, Philippines and the global customer service center in Texas. Now it owns 27 sale office and over 120 distribution spot s world wide distributed. The new released product by this company is eZ80 with the Internet and DSP function embedded which the Z80 does not have. Its products include IR product, microcontroller, microprocessor , PCMCIA, PC peripheral, TV controller and wireless products and so on.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
A new spec sheet sent anonymously to 9to5Mac.com today -- the kind Apple puts on the packaging of its computers -- suggests we may soon see a revamped 15-inch model, in addition to a new 13-inch version teased earlier in the day. The MacBook Pro packaging label is similar to an alleged spec sheet for a 13-inch version that surfaced on Chinese Web site Weiphone. While 9to5Mac goes to great lengths to emphasize that the information is unconfirmed, the image indicates the new laptop will be thinner and lighter than its predecessor and feature a higher-resolution display.