Over at COMPUTEX Taipei 2011, Acer for the first time has showcased a 10-inch MeeGo based tablet running off Intel Atom (Moorestown) platform. Acer Iconia M500 has a resolution of 1280×800 and has a snackable UI with a widget in circle shape. This MeeGo tablet is slated for launch later this year. We have included
Get wowed by the latest mobile, laptops and tablet devices showcased at Computex 2011! While many manufacturers building up various product portfolio for their brands, we also saw many extraordinary new devices in the market. Some in which actually made us difficult to categorize them into the correct category! *Constantly Updated*
ZiiLABS has a rather interesting display over at COMPUTEX where they have demonstrated working protoypes of their JAGUAR reference tablets running off Android 3.0 Honeycomb. There are two sizes, 7-inch and 10-inch with both having the same ZMS-20 CPU and motherboard but different set of IO. Read more.
Unlike most component manufacturers, GIGABYTE has opted to host its booth at Hall 1 of the Taiwan World Trade Centre, an area which is usually centered more on enterprise solutions as opposed to the more enthusiast-oriented Nangang. However, available at its booth are a wide range of familiar hardware which enthusiasts have come to know
Well, well, well, it seems like the race to provide the hardware needed to take tablets and smartphone processing today has just got a little more heated. Apparently not satisfied with the success of the Tegra 2 System-on-a-chip, NVIDIA decided to up the ante by demonstrating the power of its upcoming Tegra 3 SoC at
With so many Apple iPad apps on the market, you may be wondering which are the most expensive ones out there. Well, it seems like three apps share the most expensive spot, priced at US$999.99 each. Read on for details.
We may be a full day away from the official commencement of Computex 2011, but it would seem that many OEMs are already jumping the gun by offering members of the press the opportunity to catch a sneak peak of various unreleased products before the event's official launch, and ASUS is clearly no exception to
We saw the Samsung GALAXY S II and GALAXY Tab 10.1 at the Samsung Forum in early March and this afternoon, the company has announced that both mobile devices will be retailing in stores soon. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.
Call us presumptuous people, but there are times where impatience may turn out to be an asset instead of a liability, and it seems that major trade fairs and exhibitions such as Computex have a knack for proving us correct about such assumptions. As it turns out, TAITRA has held a Pre-Show International Press Conference at the
We've already seen some early sneak peeks of what is now rumoured to be Asus' PadFone (that too a rumour in itself) and with only hours to go until Asus' press conference the day before Computex kicks off, a picture that is meant to be the phone part has leaked. This time the leak seems
The Motorola ATRIX is the company's high-end Android smartphone that was showcased at CES in Las Vegas earlier this year. Today, Motorola announced the launch of the ATRIX in Singapore which will be available at all three local telco operators. Also announced at the event - the Motorola Xoom 3G Android tablet. VR-Zone brings you the coverage. Update: StarHub has unveiled the
Looking for something virtually weightless to protect your newly-owned iPad 2? The world's strongest and most durable scratch protection film for the iPad 2 has landed on our shores and it's now available locally. Read on.
Will Creative's new platform of Android tablets able to fend off the fierce competitors ? They call in the Jaguar, powered by Honeycomb and Stemcell goodness. Hop in for the meat
Decepticons watch out! The Autobots have arrived (in VRZ's Office that is hehe)
Looks like the Foxconn plant explosion that happened about a week ago may have disrupted the Apple iPad 2 production. Well, don't be surprised if the Apple stores near you have run out of stock; you probably just need to wait a while for the new shipment to arrive.
So you have an iPhone 4 and one of Apple's impressive iPad 2. That's nice. But as we all know, buying a product is only the first step of the Apple experience, and that one will need a variety of third-party accessories in order to get the most out of his or her Apple product.
It's no big secret that Asus is going to be unveiling new tablets at Computex, but now the first details are starting to trickle out. Asus' Tech in Style website has put up a trio of pictures of what is said to be a new tablet that doesn't look anything like the models Asus has
ASUS has issued an official release that the company will provide the Android 3.1 update for all their Eee Pad tablet devices. Users will receive a notification on their Eee Pads once the update is released, and the firmware update can be completed in just a few steps. Read on for more details.
Fancy getting your hands on an iPad 2? If your answer to that question is a resounding 'yes', let's just say that the time has come to start smashing the piggy banks and rushing down to the nearest M1 or Starhub outlets, as both local telcos have confirmed that they will be bringing in the
Tablets may be the future of computing, but suffice to say the onscreen keyboard offered by all OS developers for use on such devices leave a lot to be desired where tactile feedback and ergonomics are concerned. So what is an OEM to do to address such issues among consumers, especially among the heavy keyboard