Apple has debuted a new, low-priced iPod. Based on flash memory, the iPod is aimed at a low-end segment of the market. There will be two versions, providing 512MB and 1 gigabyte of memory respectively. The shuffle has no display screen to show songs or playlists, and operates on a principal of "random-play."
Corsair has launched memory modules with integrated LEDs. Available as 512 MByte DDR400 versions with CL2.0-2-2-5 timings, the modules can be configured to report RAM temperature, frequency, voltage and memory activity.