Enermax has been making some pretty nice keyboards like the Acrylux and Aurora series and is now exploring mechanical keyboards. For the first time, they have showcased a very early prototype of their mechanical gaming keyboard known as the KB01X. No further specs are available except that it is fitted with MX keyswitches from Cherry. We
LEPA, a brand probably still unknown to most people has showcased a rather interesting chassis over at COMPUTEX. This chassis that is able to fit two completely different systems inside. Let's check out more of this tall chassis.
Kingston has another interesting product announced today and it's a storage solution known as the Wi-Drive for Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod users. Due to the limited storage capacity of Apple's mobile gadgets, this portable storage solution certainly has its potential. It allows up to three Apple users to store, share and even stream content
Kingston is clearly getting more serious in the SSD business and unveils their first SandForce based HyperX series SSD today. These SSDs are using the SandForce SF-2281 SATA 6Gb/s controllers with Intel 25nm Compute NAND (5K Program Erase) and are available in 120GB and 240GB capacities. HyperX SSDs have a read throughput of 525MB/s and a write
Many OEMs and companies love to boast about how the era of the desktop PC is close to an end, especially now that the new breed of mobile computing devices like smartphones and tablets are set to replace the desktop as the online tool of choice. But merely having the device is not good
For those of you looking for a high-performance notebook with a good portability ratio the selection tends to be fairly slim, but MSI's new X460 is the first notebook we've seen that is addressing this market. The X-series has traditionally been MSI's thin and light notebooks, although the performance has been suffering somewhat due to
VR-Zone was in attendance for this historic Windows 8 unveiling event to selected partners and press at W Hotel Taipei, COMPUTEX 2011. Microsoft showed off its new Windows 8 UI design and a few x86/ARM prototype devices from its partners.
Good old VIA Technologies Inc. While most older hardware enthusiasts will probably have some memories of the company, the same usually cannot be said of the younger generation of this particular group of people, many of whom are probably not even aware of the fact that there exists a third developer of x86 chips besides
MSI has shown us a rather interesting Android application for their Afterburner GPU overclocking tool. Of course, Gigabyte and ASUS have similar tool for their motherboards before but this time round, it is for graphics cards. Anyway, this app allows overclockers using Android based smartphones or tablets to overclock their graphics cards over WiFi. It
Broadcom has unveiled a wide range of upcoming products for the mobile market in its booth located at the Taipei International Convention Center. Read on to find out more about the company's line of wireless chipsets and SoCs that may soon find their way into your smartphones or tablet devices.
Sparkle is probably the first graphics card maker to enter the tablet business and has officially revealed their Calibre X-Pad at COMPUTEX 2011. Although, making tablets and making graphics cards are completely a different business altogether but they have a common supplier, which is, none other than NVIDIA. This 10.1-inch tablet is powered by NVIDIA Tegra
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
Microsoft's 2011 annual Computex keynote centered upon its cloud computing vision and HID/multi-platform convegence technologies: "Windows Platforms – your foundation for innovation". The event was held at Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) next to the Taipei 101.
Today, we head over to the Taipei International Convention Centre, which is home to the booths of what TAITRA calls its "stellar exhibitors". And first up on our list of stellar exhibitors to stake out is EDIMAX, which has quite a number of new networking products designed to make the wireless connectivity in digital living
AMD unveiled Fusion Products at their Computex Taipei 2011 Press Conference held at 14F, Kelti Tower, #105, Song Ren Road, Xinyi District, Taipei. Read more for photos, presentation slides and the video coverage.
AMD will be refreshing its Fusion APU line with new processors in Q3. We managed to get a glimpse of a E-450 APU motherboard at Computex.
Zalman has a gorgeous looking full aluminium case on display which is made up of two solid aluminum pieces. The meshed cover will give you maximum airflow while the thick aluminium innards will certainly hold your components in place. Not much information is given at this point of time since it is a concept
OCZ has announced the RevoDrive Hybrid, which pairs a 2.5" hard drive and a cache SSD onto a single PCIe add-on card. Read on for more details and some performance numbers.
With high-speed wireless internet connectivity fast moving up the rungs from a luxury to a basic neccessity these days, it was only a matter of time before a company would attempt to one-up the industry by introducing the first known wireless communication device that boasts data transfer speeds capable of putting the existing 802.11n's rate
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.