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Nintendo Announces Three New Colours For DSi XL

Does the DSi XL's lack of colour choices turn you off from purchasing one of Nintendo's latest handheld gaming consoles? Well, apparently now you have a very good excuse to consider the XL once again: Nintendo has announced that the customers will now have three more hues to choose from:

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Reviews

Brainwavz M1 & M2 IEM Review

IEMs were originally used by musicians and true audiophiles, costing hundreds of dollars from big brands such as Shure, Westone, Ultimate Ears and so on. But in recent years, more lower-end IEMs for consumers started to emerge. Chinese IEM manufacturers also found their way into the hands of us consumers.

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Reviews

Creative ZiiSound D5 Wireless Speaker Review

Back in 2009, Creative announced to the world they have acquired ZiiLABS, which then gave birth to the brand name Zii. Fast forward today, Creative has taken the name one step further, giving us ZiiSound. The first product is the ZiiSound D5 wireless speaker, which was launched recently. Finally, after

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AppleNews

epiCentre Store Opens At Marina Bay Sands

epiCentre, a subsidiary of Afor Limited, has recently announced the opening of their store at the new Marina Bay Sands. The 1,600 squre feet store carries Apple products and accessories (no iPad yet, but iPad accessories), and others including Wacom tablet and Sonos wireless speakers. (more…)

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NetworkingReviews

ASUS RT-N16 Router Review

In the market of routers, for any to stand out requires outstanding features and plenty of support. Landing in our lab is ASUS latest wireless router RT-N16, can this seemingly normal router be the one that stands out? Check it out inside. (more…)

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Reviews

Hands On With The Flip MinoHD

If you have walked past the Cisco-Linksys booth on level 6 of Suntec City Convention Centre during the IT Show 2010 last week, chances are you would have noticed the Flip Mino video camcorders on display for you to try out. VR Zone has a brief hands-on with the Flip MinoHD

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News

MP3 Player Volume Restrictions On The Way

MP3 players are among the most popular consumer electronics products on the market today as almost every person you see on the streets or trains will be listening to one. Users who enjoy their music at an ear-shredding 125 decibels will be disappointed to learn that the European Union will be

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