BRD-3DS12 Japanese computer peripheral manufacturer I-O Data has announced the BRD-3DS12 and BRD-3DU8, its first pair of 3D Blu-ray writers.
Pioneer Electronics AsiaCentre has announced their latest 3D Blu-ray Disc players, the BDP-430 and BDP-LX54. Both players feature playback support for the latest 3D Blu-ray Discs that bring an exciting new dimension to movies when connected to a 3D-capable display via HDMI.
LG Electronics has announced the BE12LU30 external Blu-ray writer, adding on to its line-up of optical devices for home users.
ASUS continues its lead in high performance optical storage devices for home / high-end professional storage environments with the release of its SBW-06C1S-U Blu-ray writer.
Singapore may be in a pemernant state of summer all year round, but that is not going to stop Sony from releasing updated models of its VAIO computers in time for the Winter season. In addition to sporting newer CPUs and graphics cards, certain models are also going to come with some additional enhancements and
Do you remember one of our earlier posts which stated that 3D Blu-ray will be coming to the PlayStation 3? It seems that Sony has finally got a date ready for the highly-anticipated firmware update that will add such functionality into the console, essentially converting it into an essential part of a home theatre setup.
The man has said it all. If you have been waiting for Blu-ray to arrive on the Macs, be prepared for some major disappointment, because Apple CEO Steve Jobs has hinted that the company currently has no plans to implement Blu-ray support on either the Mac Mini, Macbook or iMac product lines, at least for
This afternoon, Samsung Singapore introduced the new range of Digital Audio Visual (DAV) products at their showroom in Vivocity. The products are designed to provide full 3D home entertainment experience, in addition to their Full HD 3D LED TVs which were in stores since April.
Lite-On, leading manufacturer of optical storage solutions, has launched the iHBS212, a 12x Blu-ray writer.
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.
The LG INFINIA series of HDTVs was launched on 14 May 2010 in Singapore at the Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza. The flagship INFINIA LX9500 is the world’s first Full LED Slim 3D TV, a two-time awardee at CES 2010, and a winner of the reddot design award 2010. Read more about the event, as well as the full
I-O DATA DEVICE, INC., a top-tier manufacturer and provider of high-quality computer peripherals and interface products, is preparing to launch its new internal Blu-Ray burner, the BRD-SH12B writer. Read more…
ASUS has announced their new external slim DVD and Blu-ray drives for mobile users who are carrying a thin and light notebook PC. On top of that, the manufacturer also launched their latest ROG G73Jh gaming laptop that is powered by Intel Core i7 processor, ATI Radeon HD5870 graphics, and up to 8GB of DDR3 memory.
BRP-US6 I-O data has launched the BRP-US6, a new ultra-slim external Blu-Ray writer. Read more…
If you are looking for a stand-alone Blu-ray player to watch high-definition movies, consider the Sony BDP-S765 which is available at S$799. One unique feature of the Blu-ray player is the front USB port that allows you to plug in your USB flash drive and view your holiday photos.
Pioneer has unveiled the BDR-205 Blu-ray Disc® Computer Writer, the first writer in the industry capable of 12x write speed for single and dual-layer Blu-ray Disc (BD) media. For comparison, Blu-ray burners found in the market can only manage a maximum write speed of 8x, which makes Pioneer’s BDR-205 the current king of performance for Blu-ray
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