When it comes to getting cheap consumer electronics products built with hardware specifications found on much more pricier alternatives, Acer is probably unrivalled. And from the looks of it, it seems that 2011 will be a very interesting year for the bargain-hunter, for Acer has just announced its intention to launch three new devices next
The last time we spoke about Google’s upcoming Chrome OS, the search giant was in the midst of adapting the operating system to work on ARM processors and devices featuring System-on-a-chip designs. Since then, news about the development of the browser-based OS has mostly gone cold. However, the project is far from dead, and the
Acer will be launching their new tablet device in U.S. tomorrow ahead of Thanksgivings, in order to attract shoppers in this festive period. Aimed to compete with Apple’s iPad, the company has decided to launch it in (where else?) New York, also known as The Big Apple.
Apparently, Angry Birds is not made for every single Android smartphone. That was proven true when users of certain handsets were unable to play the game due to various reasons such as low screen resolution and insufficient processing power. Rovio’s solution to the problem? A new, ‘lightweight’ version of Angry Birds to support most of
Apple may have their iPad tablet device, but so do other makers now. With the growing popularity of Google’s Android platform, it is no surprise that manufacturers are coming up with their own tablets based on the mobile operating system. In this review, we check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab, one of the first Android
Designed for business users, the All-in-One Wind Top AP2000 has a small footprint and features a 20-inch LCD display (1600×900 pixel resolution). The AP200 also comes equipped with 2GHz Pentium Dual Core P6100 processor, up to 8GB DDR3 memory, 320GB SATA hard disk and is preinstalled with Windows 7 operating system.
The C3 Singapore 2010 Electronics and I.T. Fair is back! Held from 19 Nov to 21 Nov at Suntec City Convention Centre, you would be able to find an extensive range of consumer electronics, IT gadgets, telecom products and household appliances. VR-Zone.com brings you coverage from the show grounds!
The X-series notebook is the latest brain child from ASUS that features an ergonomic design, chiclet keyboard as well as a touchpad with Palm Proof technology. The Palm proof technology can differentiate contact surfaces of the palm and fingertips to prevent unintentional cursor movements. The new 14-inch ASUS X-series laptop will be available at the SITEX
Creative Technology took the world by surprise with the sudden announcement of the ZiiO Android tablets two weeks ago, which were part of their Pure Wireless Entertainment solution. Today, the Singapore-based company held a media event to showcase the new products.
Consumers are spoilt for choice with so many tablet devices on the market, mainly the Apple iPad, and those running on Google’s Android mobile operating system. PC manufacturer Lenovo has also expressed its plans to launch their new Android tablet, called LePad, in the U.S. next year.
Think that the traditional tablet PC is going the way of the dinosaur now that slates are quickly gaining traction in the consumer market? Far from it: Fujitsu, a well-known PC manufacturer today announced its latest batch of tablet PCs which claims to feature multitouch of up to four concurrent contact points. VR-Zone brings you the coverage from
Steve Jobs would probably flip if he saw something like this, but when it comes to making lookalikes of popular devices, the ingenuity of Chinese OEMs cannot be doubted. And this time, it is the recently-released 11-inch Macbook Air which has been ‘retooled’ into the VAYEE HY118, complete with Apple branding and (gasp), standard hardware
Yesterday, Toshiba Singapore unveiled their new Android Smartbook series, the AC100 and AS100, designed for mobile professionals as secondary computing device. Both Smartbooks are extremely lightweight and portable, and offer 10.1-inch WXGA display.
If Sony’s goal was to have a VAIO named after every single character of the English alphabet, we will say that it is well on its way to accomplishing it. Sony Japan has just announced a brand-new line of VAIO “Y Series” notebooks which the company claims to be capable of providing great mobile performance
3D is becoming immensely popular, thanks to the popular 3D movies and games. Started from the big screen and to LCD TVs, there are also laptops on the market that allow you to enjoy the 3D experience, like this latest MSI CX620.
This year is not just the year of Google’s Android OS, but also the year of Tablet devices. With manufacturers like Samsung, Dell, BlackBerry, Viewsonic and even Creative hopping on to the Android tablet bandwagon, it seems weird that LG hasn’t announced one yet. Well, according to sources, the Korean manufacturer is intending to release theirs
Today, Toshiba Singapore sent out an e-invite to the media of a press event next week. The e-invite shows a picture of a familiar green Android robot which hints of a new product running the Google mobile operating system.
To commemorate Lenovo’s ThinkPad 18th anniversary, the PC maker has launched an Innovation campaign across ASEAN. On top of that, Lenovo also recently announced their new ThinkPads T410, T410s and T510 with Nvidia Optimus technology.
Creative has been extremely quiet in the past few months, and today, the Singapore-based company has taken everyone by surprise, launching the ZiiO Pure Wireless Entertainment tablets. Running Android 2.1, the ZiiO tablets come in 7-inch and 10-inch variants. Availability is expected end December 2010.
Looks like almost everyone is having a tablet device, and the latest manufacturer is Viewsonic who is known for their display products. The manufacturer has recently announced the Viewsonic ViewPad tablets, which come in 7-inch that runs on Android 2.2, and 10-inch that can dual boot Windows 7 and Android 1.6 operating system.