Thermaltake has announced the Toughpower Ultra Slim 95W universal power adapter, targeting notebook / netbook users always on the move.
What happens when you mount a set of good quality speakers on a desktop-replacement notebook? Answer: you get something which resembles a work of art and promises to completely change one’s perception of how a notebook should look, feel and sound like. Which is exactly what the NX90 is touted to deliver. Read on for
Today, Samsung held a media event to unveil their new range of printers, notebooks and netbooks. The printers claim to offer high quality prints and wireless functionality, while the mobile computers boast various unique features including a Fast Start function which allows users to start working within three seconds from the Sleep Mode.
The Bamboo series was launched in 2008, and last month, ASUS has announced the new U series Bamboo collection with good design and performance to meet users’ requirements.
Enermax has announced the Aeolus N14 Laptop/ Netbook Cooler, targeting users who use their laptops/ netbooks often. Read on to find out more.
Sony has recently announced the recall of 535,000 VAIO laptops due to a temperature control defect that could cause excessive heat and leads to skin burns. The models are F and C-Series VAIO sold this year.
25 years ago, Toshiba produced their first laptop, and last Friday, the Japanese manufacturer held a event to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Besides the cake cutting and performance by Magic Babe Ning, Toshiba also announced the Portege R700 and T200 laptops, as well as the Libretto W100, the world’s first dual touchscreen Windows Mini-Notebook PC.
Following the release of the quite insane mobile GPU, Nvidia Geforce GTX 480M, Fudzilla reports that Nvidia is preparing a more sensible laptop GPU based on GF104. To be branded Geforce GTX 460M, it is expected to feature similar specs to the Geforce GTX 460. However, the main improvement will be in the ridiculous 100W
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
Alienware’s M11x has been given a performance boost to please diehard enthusiasts who want a powerful yet compact gaming laptop. The M11x is now configurable with Intel’s latest Core i5 and Core i7 processors and high-performance discrete graphics. More information on the updated M11x from the press release inside.
The new MSI GT660 boasts top-notch hardware components and claims to be the ultimate gaming laptop for the avid gamers. It features Intel Core i7 processor, DDR III memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285M graphics with 1GB GDDR3 VRAM, and 16-inch High Definition LED LCD display.
Last month, HP announced their new consumer notebook PCs that are based on their MUSE (Material, Usability, Sensory Appeal and Experience) design philosophy. On Friday, the maker held an event to showcase the new products to the local media.
Who says that COMPUTEX has to be all about enthusiast-level gadgets and peripherals? VR-Zone takes a trip down to the exhibitions halls over at TWTC and TICC to bring you some of the latest consumer electronics up on display. Of course, some of these will probably never see the light of day outside Taiwan, but
Nvidia has done the unthinkable – turn the 300W GF100 behemoth into a mobile GPU. It doesn’t come without it’s (hefty) compromises, however. At first glance, the GTX 480M looks like a severely downclocked version of the desktop GTX 465, which itself is heavily crippled. This means the GTX 480M features 352SP, clocked at a
Today, Lenovo Singapore held an event at Suntec Convention to announce their new expanded line of consumer PCs. The new PCs include the Z series (Z360 and Z460), U460, A700, Edge 14-inch, V460 and C200.
Dell unveils new machines with AMD VISION technology: Studio XPS 7100 desktop and Inspiron M301z laptop
Dell has unveiled the Studio XPS 7100 desktop and the Inspiron M301z laptop, both sporting AMD’s VISION technology. “These new Dell PCs with AMD VISION technology are feature-packed, yet budget-friendly. They’re perfect for listening to music, streaming video and gaming, while connecting with friends and family via social networking sites and blogs,” said Walt Mayo, Vice
If you are looking for a huge screen, powerful laptop that can play your favorite movies and games, you may want to consider the new MSI CX623. The 15.6-inch monster features a high-end Nvidia GeForce 310M discrete graphics card (1GB DDR3 VRAM) and the latest Intel Core processor.
This morning, Sony Singapore reopened their newly revamped Sony Style retail store at Isetan Orchard. The new store features a full range of Sony electronics products, as well as customer service point for both Sony Electronics and Sony Ericsson customers.
It was rumoured way back in February that Acer had “over-ordered” Intel’s Arrandale Core 2010 mobile CPUs, leading to market-wide shortages which would hit in March. Part of these rumours came to be true, as by the end of March, there was a shortage in supply of Arrandale CPUs. These shortages were expected to last
The mobile CPU/chipset segment has long been dominated by Intel – with nearly 90% market share. With the release of AMD’s new Phenom II, Turion II and Athlon II quad, triple and dual core 45nm CPUs codenamed “Champlain”, AMD is finally looking to throw a serious challenge to Intel platforms. While AMD can’t boast of