Held from 10th to 13th March 2011, IT SHOW 2011 is the largest IT, digital, mobile and consumer electronics exhibition here in Singapore. This year, there will be more than 830 exhibitors over a combined exhibition space of 350,000 square feet. Join VR-Zone.com as we give you a sneak peek of what you can find
Samsung announces Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab alongside new consumer electronic devices at Samsung Forum 2011
Think that the digital world we live in has no more surprises to offer the average consumer? Well, you might want to think again, especially if Samsung has got anything to say about it. In a regional forum held by Samsung at the Marina Bay Sands convention centre today, the Korean electronics giant unveiled its
For those who want to see how Steve Jobs wow the audience with the announcement of iPad 2 and more, now you can. Apple has just posted the QuickTime video for the iPad 2 keynote address that happened earlier.
So what will Apple be surprising us in this special media event? Well, we have took the liberty of summarising what has happened at Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco for your reading pleasure.
The next time you head out to a computer shop to purchase a Western Digital (WD) product, don't be surprised if you find out that part of the technology used to develop the company's storage devices hails from Singapore's very own laboratories. This is because the American hard disk manufacturer has just announced the establishment
Intel didn't have a ton of new things to show at the Mobile World Congress beyond its new XMM platform for smartphones and tablets, but one thing the company is communicating very clearly at the show is that Intel will have Atom powered phones in the market later this year. These will be based on
We went past Acer at the MWC and got some hands on time with the Iconia Tab W500 AMD Ontario tablet that also doubles up as a netbook thanks to its keyboard dock. We also took a quick look at the Iconia Tab A500 and A100 Android tablets, both sporting a Tegra 250 SoC and Android
OCosmos is not one of the most well-known manufacturers of hand held devices, but the company is trying its luck with what is a rather unique offering with its OCS 1 which is a 5-inch Windows 7 tablet PC, although we'd say it reminds us more of an MID than a tablet, but with the
The much anticipated and already leaked Sony Ericsson Xperia Play was launched last night at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain and VR-Zone was on location to get an early hands-on with the new PlayStation certified mobile gaming Android handset. Although the units on display weren't final production handset, we were impressed with what
Dell Singapore held a media lunch today and at the table, the company shows two products that were previously showcased at CES 2011 in Las Vegas last month – Dell Streak 7 Android tablet and Venue Android smartphone. Yes, they are coming to Singapore.
When it comes to mobile PC hardware, only Intel can deliver the goods, right? Not if AMD has got anything to say about it. In a global launch event held at the Shangri-La hotel today, the world's second largest x86 microprocessor company unveiled its new line of Fusion APUs codenamed Ontario and Zacate, which
Rumours about the upcoming Radeon HD 6990 graphics card may have been floating around in the Internet for some time already, but have you ever wondered how the real deal might look like? Well, we at VR-Zone have managed to get our hands on the real deal. And suffice to say, this is one rather
Flash memory is so common nowadays that everybody takes it for granted, right? Not if SanDisk has got anything to say about it: VR-Zone heads down to The Vault at the Hotel InterContinental to see just how SanDisk has succeeded in making existing ‘taken for granted’ technology even more indispensible to our way of life
In the first (and only) episode of Projector Runway, Epson faces an uphill task of convincing the panel of judges that its latest lineup of business, educational and home entertainment projectors are up to the task of meeting consumer demands. With only one chance to sway the judges into giving Epson the green light for
TAIPEI, Taiwan – January 3, 2011– GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and other computing hardware solutions today announced a new overclocking competition in conjunction with HWBOT.org called the “AMD Highest Clock (ever) Contest!”
Enthusiasts, press and vendors get together, under one roof, to share the excitement of previewing GIGABYTE’s brand new line-up of Intel mainboards made for the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture.
Anybody who has amassed a large collection of media files like movies and songs downloaded (legally!) off the Internet and want to enjoy such content from a full-sized television set will love the nifty little devices we call ‘media players’. And Western Digital has seen to it that users will not be without a digital life
Now that the the smartphone and the slate-PC market is chock-full with offerings from all kinds of OEMs keen to get a slice of the rapidly-dwindling pie, what is an OEM like Dell to do in such a late stage of the competition? That’s right: you take the best aspects of both devices, combine them
Home theatre enthusiasts may have their eye-candy prepared for them with the new Epson projectors we have talked about not too long ago, but great visuals alone do not make for a complete home theatre setup. Fortunately, it seems that KEF has the perfect solution needed to make audio come to life: the renowned U.K
With more than 500 brands spread over 200 thousand square feet of exhibition space, SITEX 2010 is expected to see more than 850 thousand visitors through its gates. From the latest netbooks and laptops, to the best DSLRs and videocams, and even to home entertainment systems, find them all at bargain prices! VR-Zone.com gets tangled in