Diamond Fireport 40 PCI Ultra SCSI Host Adapter
- 3D multimedia accelerator for Windows 95. // CD-ROM Professional;Oct95, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p27
Reports on Diamond Edge 3D, Diamond Multimedia Systems Inc.'s first three-dimensional multimedia accelerator for accelerated games and multimedia applications under Windows 95.
- Diamond Video Card Uses C-Cube Chip. // CD-ROM Professional;Nov95, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p26
Reports that Diamond Multimedia's new Motion Video Player 2000 uses C-Cube's CL450 MPEG-1 digital video decorder. Reason why; What card offers; Estimated retail price.
- Diamond Stealth 64. Hill, Jonathan // Australian Personal Computer;Jun95, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p38
Features Diamond Multimedia Systems' Stealth 64 Pro Video VRAM card. Features and functions; Card's settings; Video acceleration; Prices; Contact information.
- SpeedStar 64 offers low-cost DRAM boards. Corcoran, Cate // InfoWorld;5/2/94, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p34
Reports on Diamond Computer Systems Inc.'s low-cost dynamic RAM (DRAM)-based board called SpeedStar 64. Price; Full 64-bit performance with only 2MB of memory; Resolutions; Features; Available drivers.
- Pipeline. // InfoWorld;3/13/95, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p37
Features Diamond Multimedia Systems Inc.'s Diamond Stealth 64 Video VRAM board that performs digital video scaling, hardware digital video compression and live video input in a window.
- HomeFree Phoneline USB. Brisbin, Shelly // Macworld;Jan2000, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p46
Evaluates the HomeFree Phoneline Universal Serial Bus card from Diamond Multimedia company. Features of the card; How to add Internet-sharing capability on the card; Design of the card.
- Reasonably priced eight-speed CD-ROM. // Australian Personal Computer;Feb96, Vol. 17 Issue 2, PC Super Market p14
Reports that Diamond Multimedia has released an eight-speed CD-ROM kit called the Diamond Multimedia Kit 8000. Features; Pricing.
- Diamond Multimedia charts 56Kps course. // Electronic News;3/17/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2159, p45
Reports on Diamond Multimedia's incorporation of silicon from Rockwell Semiconductor into its own chipsets to form the SupraExpress 56i modem. Estimated retail price; Diamond's scheduled shipment of data/fax and speakerphone models; Launches into the European and Asian markets; Comments from...
- News briefs: Networks & services. // PC Week;5/27/96, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p39
Reports on developments related to computer networks and services as of May 27, 1996. Diamond Multimedia Systems Inc.'s shipment of its SupraExpress 288i Sp fax modem; AT&T Paradyne Corp.'s shipment of its 2290 Dial Server; Features and functions; Prices; Contact information.