It's been exactly a week since Nvidia officially launched its Kepler architecture with the release of the GeForce GTX 680 GPU, and though parts are in short supply (a quick glance at Newegg shows that every single SKU is out of stock), manufacturers are nonetheless trying to stand out from the crowd. Palit's fashion statement comes in the form of a triple fan GeForce GTX 680 with alternating blade rotations.
HTC's Jetstream tablet is now available through AT&T, but with friends like AT&T, who needs enemies? Straight to the point, at $700 on contract, AT&T went and priced the Jetstream out of contention. That's too bad when you consider HTC nearly single-handedly turned Android into a runaway success in the smartphone sector by blitzing the market, and at this point, HTC knows the open source OS as well as anyone. But if wireless carriers insist on smoking dope when pricing HTC tablets, why should HTC stick around?