Today we are going to look at another quality product line of InnoVISION, the InnoDV TV-USB2! portable TV/Video Recorder. This little nifty machine allows you to watch and record LIVE TV programs.
Logitech today announced the Logitech® MX™1000 Laser Cordless Mouse, the world´s first mouse to use laser illumination and tracking. Combining laser with Logitech´s powerful MX processing engine and Fast RF™ wireless technology, the Logitech MX 1000 Laser Cordless Mouse sets a new performance benchmark for responsiveness and accuracy. The Logitech MX 1000 Laser Cordless Mouse
Touted as "the world’s thinnest desktop computer," the new iMac resembles a thicker version of Apple’s LCD Cinema Display series, with the entire computer, including optical drive and power supply, built into a single case two inches deep. The system comes in three models. The low-end machine, priced at $ 1,299, is based around a
Singapore would organize a contest to find the tech-savvy city-state’s best computer hacker. Six pairs will compete in the Aug. 20 “BlackOPS: HackAttack Challenge 2004,” organized by the government-funded National Infocomm Competency Center. They will “penetrate, exploit, gain access and obtain privileged information from the other teams’ servers, for the purpose of corporate espionage. Teams
With the emphasis on the Digital Home this year, Alienware released three new high end DHD systems based on Hy-Tek’s TekPanel 300 enclosure. These systems will feature “Intel Pentium 4 processors up to 3.4 GHz and the Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 operating system. ATI Radeon graphics, configurable up to X800 XT Platinum Edition
For the first time ever the computer industry will take aim at each other on a new front, competing for glory in the world of cyber-gaming. This industry-only tournament will bring the top names in the computer industry together for one day of hard fought battles to see who can reign supreme over their competitors.
Photos from the E3 2004 show that took place last week at Los Angeles Convention Center. Booths, new games, babes and more!
InnoVISION proudly introduces the first InnoDV Portable TV / Video Real-time Recorder, which means you can spend less time adjusting the tuner connection on your Personal / Notebook computer while spending more time enjoying the show. Thanks to the high-speed USB2.0 linkage, you can save your favorable TV program(s) or movie(s) without film drops. InnoDV
Apple released a new eMac with faster PowerPC G4 processors running at up to 1.25 GHz, 333 MHz DDR memory, faster ATI Radeon graphics and USB 2.0 connectivity to peripherals. The new eMac also come equiped with the superdrive. Check out Apple store for more information.
ABIT, along with Intel, Kingston, Dong Feng Yueda Kia Motors, Western Digital, and Viewsonic are pleased to announce the ACON4 Worldwide Gaming Event. Spread out over 19 countries and territories, ACON4 promises to be one of 2004’s most exciting gaming events. Throughout 19 different countries and territories worldwide, avid gamers will participate in the ACON4
Samsung unveiled the world’s first wearable and virtual input device called “Scurry.” The company developed the product last October but has been keeping the product on the shelf due to difficulties in commercializing it. Simply put, Scurry is a next-generation glove-like, wearable mouse that allows a user to punch in letters without a keyboard, scroll
Vantec is going to release Spectrum Fan Card & Mouse Pad in January, 2004. Spectrum UV LED Fan Card w/Adjustable Fan Control(Blue) MSRP: $ 18.99. Spectrum mouse pad with blue cold cathode light (Blue) MSRP: $ 24.99
If you are looking to buy a DVD or VCD player in the near future, make sure you try this player before you make a decision. It is one of the few Divx player you can find in the Singapore market today. Remember to check out the VR-Zone special offer for this player. More details
Microsoft today announced it has entered into a technology development agreement with SiS. Under the agreement, SiS is developing advanced media Input/Output technologies for use in future Xbox® products and services. "We’re integrating SiS’ cutting edge, media I/O technologies into future products to create innovative Xbox products and services that serve the digital entertainment lifestyle."
Microsoft would turn to IBM for microchip technology that it will use in the next version of its popular video game console, the Xbox. Microsoft used a chip from the Intel in the first version of its Xbox, which was released in 2000. IBM’s PowerPC chips consume less power and run cooler than other chips.
Neuston’s Maestro DVX-1201 is a standalone player that is capable of playing “all” media formats, including DiVX, XViD, DVDs and even something as mundane as a VCD.
CoolerMaster never ceases to innovate, as is evident in their latest offering, the Cooler Master Wave Master case, a case that is a “Masterpiece in Case Design”