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Techno Speak is go!

Here’s the short story:  Enexi’s tech division, so to speak, has moved to a new site dedicated solely to tech and gadgets.  Where can you find it?  www.techno-speak.com.

The long story?

Enexi has been around since November 2010 and in that time has managed to rack up some pretty good statistics and a solid, loyal following amongst our readers.  We have managed to get exclusive info on the HTC Sensation launch in Malta.  We were the only publication in Malta to cover the launch of the 2012 Ford Focus.  Yes, we were, as a small 4 line paragraph buried deep in the bowels of a newspaper doesn’t really count, does it?

So join us at Techno Speak for in-depth analysis, quick news, reviews, downloads and discussions.  Yes, you’ll find it all there.  Enexi won’t be killed off, and shall host our automotive division for the time being, with some columns from the editors every once in a while.

See you soon,

Emmanuel Buttigieg

Razer Blade-The true definition of an Ultra Portable Gaming Laptop

Razer BladeEarlier this week Razer took out an ad in the Wall Street Journal proclaiming that PC gaming is not dead. Razer have come up with a powerful and yet sleek laptop that maybe compared to the designs of a Macbook Pro rather than a fat chunky Alienware. It’s the laptop many have been dreaming about!

The Razer Blade is a 6.97-pound laptop with an aluminum chassis. It runs on a 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7 processor with a discrete Nvidia GeForce GT 555M graphics processing unit, 2 GB of dedicated GDDR5 video memory and 8 GB 1333MHz DDR3 memory. The 17.3-inch LED display supports native HD at a resolution of 1920×1080.

The 0.88-inch-thick Blade laptop features Razer’s Switchblade User Interface. The interface uses 10 dynamic adaptive tactile keys for in-game commands and an LCD built into the keyboard. The LCD functions as a display when a traditional mouse is in use and as a touch screen when no mouse is used. This could be a problem for left handed people who use their right hand for moderate PC usage rather than heavy gaming.


Core i7 26640M Dual-Core 2.8GHz (3.5GHz Turbo)
Nvidia GeForce GT 555M 2GB GDDR5
8GB DRR3 1333MHz
17.3 inch 1920×1080 LED backlit LCD
Switchblade UI
60Wh battery
320GB 7,200 RPM hard drive
16.8inches(w)x 10.9inches(d)x .88inches(h)
6.9 pounds

The price? Well one will have to fork deep into his pockets that’s for sure to own one of these. Nothing to be surprised as gaming laptops are always twice as much as a tower gaming PC with the same or better specs.


Apple CEO Steve Jobs Resigns

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs, the co-founder and CEO of tech giant Apple Inc., announced Wednesday that he is resigning immediately after years of health problems. The letter of Steve Jobs:

To the Apple Board of Directors and the Apple Community:

I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.

I hereby resign as CEO of Apple. I would like to serve, if the Board sees fit, as Chairman of the Board, director and Apple employee.

As far as my successor goes, I strongly recommend that we execute our succession plan and name Tim Cook as CEO of Apple.

I believe Apple’s brightest and most innovative days are ahead of it. And I look forward to watching and contributing to its success in a new role.

I have made some of the best friends of my life at Apple, and I thank you all for the many years of being able to work alongside you.


Steve has made countless contributions to Apple’s success however I do not believe that Apple will go downhill from now onwards. Sooner or later we all lnew it had to happen. As he mentioned in his letter he is only resigning from CEO and is going to take a more inactive role, I am sure that as long as there is life in Steve Jobs he will contribute in any way he can towards Apple.

Who is the successor of Steve Jobs? It cannot be anyone else apart from Tim Cook.  “The Board has complete confidence that Tim is the right person to be our next CEO,” Mr. Levinson said. “Tim’s 13 years of service to Apple have been marked by outstanding performance, and he has demonstrated remarkable talent and sound judgment in everything he does.”

“This definitely marks the end of an era,” said Michael Gartengerg, an analyst for Gartner, but he added that “there’s much more to Apple than Steve Jobs.”