All posts tagged "Input"

  • A4Tech X-750F Laser Gaming Mouse

    A4Tech brings us the X-750F, a gaming mouse which packs in a whopping 2500dpi laser sensor. How does it compare to better known brands?

  • SMC Unveils Skype Wi-Fi Phone

    SMC is among the first to launch a PC independent VoIP device that uses the popular Skype software for making high quality, free or low-cost calling options, the SMC WSKP100 Skype Wi-Fi phone. The SMC WSKP100 Skype Wi-Fi phone is compatible with most standard 802.11b/g access points and provides constant connectivity without slowing down network

  • Sony PS3 Launch In Early Nov

    SCEI would launch PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3) in early November 2006 in Japan, North America and Europe simultaneously. With a monthly production capacity of one million units, SCEI will push forward a powerful product launch to spread the platform rapidly throughout the world, together with a strong and attractive lineup of PS3 game titles. PS3 incorporates the

  • Exclusive: Razer Krait 1600dpi gaming mouse

    Being announced during WCG 2005, Razer Krait is yet another mouse from Razer’s impressive line up of gaming mouse. But the difference for this mouse would probably be the fact that it’s designed specifically for less demanding Real Time Strategy gamers instead of the usual FPS crowd. Spotting a refreshing orange glow, and a budget

  • Baffalo Bumper shockproof HDD case

    Akihabaranews have some pictures of Buffalo, that’s apparently shockproof. They’ve said you can drop it from 75cm and can still get your previous hard drive working. Clumsy people with butter fingers (like myself) should get one of these.

  • Intel Mac Mini, iPod Hifi & More

    Engadget has a pretty good coverage of Apple Computer’s “fun new product” launch happened yesterday at Cupertino. Among the launched products are the new Intel based Mac Mini’s running Intel Core Duo at 1.66GHz, or the slower Intel Core Solo at 1.5GHz. Since the introduction of these Intel based Macs, Apple had decided to retire

  • Syba Sky Pro Skype Phone

    This week we take a look at yet another VoIP phone by a company called Syba. With the current trend of internet service providers increasing their bandwidth and the lower price of broadband, quality of VoIP has increased tremendously and there isn’t any lag like in the old days. Does this phone deliver? Find out

  • Panasonic VS7

    Panasonic brings us their latest phone, the VS7, which sports a large 320×240 QVGA screen and a 2-megapixel camera. Does the camera make the cut, and how do the rest of its features fare?

  • Xbox 360 Pricing & Launch Date For Singapore

    Microsoft today announced the Singapore retail price for the Xbox 360™. The next generation video game and entertainment system from Microsoft Corp will start from SG$ 535 and will be available on retail shelves from 16 March, 2006. Two versions of the console will go on sale in Singapore from 16 March, 2006 priced at

  • Compro VideoMate U900 TV Tuner

    Compro VideoMate U900 is the world’s smallest full functions USB 2.0 TV Box. Built-in the advanced high-quality silicon tuner, it’s smaller than a credit card, provides the powerful features with TV watching, MPEG-1/2/4 formats scheduled recording, timeshifting, channel surfing, still frame capture, S-Video, composite video and stereo audio capturing, remote control and supports universal TV

  • Creative Fatal1ty 2020 Mouse

    Creative today announced the Fatal1ty 2020 Mouse, the gaming mouse co-developed for competitive PC gaming with professional gamer Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel. The Creative Fatal1ty 2020 Mouse will be available in early 2006 for an estimated street price of $ 69.99. It will be demonstrated from Thursday, January 5 through Sunday, January 8 at the Consumer

  • A4Tech X-718 Gaming Mouse

    A4Tech sends us their X-718 gaming mouse, a 2000dpi foray into the high-end mouse market. Can it stand up to established players such as Razer and Logitech?

  • InnoAX NetPhone – USB

    The rising number of broadband users has brought about many changes in the way we communicate. Expensive overseas call is almost a thing of the past, replaced by cheaper VOIP services. One of the more popular VOIP service provide is Skype and many new products are spawned due to its overwhelming popularity. We look at

  • Tao Cordless DUALphone

    There was much talk about voice over internet protocol or in short VoIP and how cost saving it can be. This week we will take a look at TAO Cordless VoIP/DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication) phone. It claims to be the world’s first cordless 2-in-1 Skype™ Internet telephone.

  • GECUBE Mobile DVB-T Tuner Solution

    Info-Tek has announced the new release of a complete DVB-T tuner USB solution–the GECUBE™ Digital TV Walker. A mobile multimedia device that allows users to watch and record TV on the go, the TV Walker supports high-definition digital TV and radio broadcasts. The GECUBE™ Digital TV Walker is a lightweight multimedia solution perfect for executives

  • Panasonic VS3 Mobile Phone Review

    As the saying goes “First impression lasts”. Panasonic designed the VS3 phone to be slim and sleek. It may look rather plain at first look but when you spend enough time with it, you can be assured that it is far from plain….

  • Exclusive: Razer Mantis Speed Precision Mousing Surface

    While Razer has been putting in lots of attention into rolling out high end mice designed specially for gaming purposes, they have just introduced the Mantis to compliment them. Being Razer’s second mousepad, read on to find out the difference between the oversized Mantis and other premium mousepads in the market!

  • Creative PC-CAM 950 Slim

    Creative today introduced the newest addition of Creative PC-CAM 950 Slim, its stylishly slim and most compact PC-CAM comes packed with loads of outstanding features. Creative PC-CAM 950 Slim has a slim and tiny form factor which measures only 92 (W) x 27 (D) x 57 (H) mm, and weighs just 87grams (without battery and

  • Logitech G5 Laser 2000dpi Mouse Preview

    The Logitech G5 Laser is Logitech’s answer to the recently launched Razer Copperhead. The G5 Laser comes with a similar Laser based 2000dpi sensor, and has a rather elaborate weight management system. Look here, while VR-Zone takes a first look at this brand new mouse!

  • Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse

    Razer has been enjoying a very fast growing popularity among the gamers, making high quality gaming mice and mouse pads. Today, VR-Zone takes a look at the latest from Razer, the Razer Copperhead. With various special features, have a look to see why this mouse is made to be different from others.