VR-Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

Memory prices are at an all time low: this doesn’t mean that the Christmas shopping geek accepts anything less than performance memory. We have some nice recommendations that’d you’d be slottin’ in the stockin’!

Take the Transcend 4GB KIT aXeRamDDR3 2000+ U-DIMM CL9 (TX2000KLU-4GK) if you’re looking for a dual-channel Intel memory kit. Transcend’s online store lists these at US$105.

kingston VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

The US$149 Kingston HyperX T1 (KHX2000C9AD3T1K3/6GX) 6GB triple-channel kit is what you want for those LGA1366 processors!

 

geil VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

For your AMD friends who are used to lower CAS Latency, the GeIL PC3-16000 2000MHz C9 ULTRA DUAL CHANNEL (GU34GB2000C9DC) makes the perfect upgrade!

 


 

Consumer gadgets

galaxytab VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

Samsung Galaxy Tab

If you want an Apple iPad alternative, the next best thing would probably be the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Running on Android 2.2 (Froyo), the stylish 7-inch tablet device is great for watching videos, surfing the web, checking emails and even reading ebooks. What’s more, it offers Android Market which lets you access over thousands of apps for download. We at VR-Zone like it so much that we gave the Galaxy Tab the Editor’s Choice.

Price: S$998 (without contract); For exclusive SingTel plans, check here

 

kinect VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

Kinect for Xbox 360

With the new Kinect for Xbox 360, you are now the controller. The webcam peripheral lets you control and interact with the games, easily and with high accuracy too. With more than 17 game titles announced at launch and counting, including sports, dance, racing or interacting with virtual animals, the Kinect for Xbox 360 promise hours of fun and enjoyment.

Price: S$229 with Kinect Sensor and “Kinect Adventure” game (if you already have an Xbox 360); S$469 with new Xbox 360 4GB, Kinect sensor and “Kinect Adventure” game.

 

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Memory prices are at an all time low: this doesn’t mean that the Christmas shopping geek accepts anything less than performance memory. We have some nice recommendations that’d you’d be slottin’ in the stockin’!

Take the Transcend 4GB KIT aXeRamDDR3 2000+ U-DIMM CL9 (TX2000KLU-4GK) if you’re looking for a dual-channel Intel memory kit. Transcend’s online store lists these at US$105.

kingston VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

The US$149 Kingston HyperX T1 (KHX2000C9AD3T1K3/6GX) 6GB triple-channel kit is what you want for those LGA1366 processors!

 

geil VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

For your AMD friends who are used to lower CAS Latency, the GeIL PC3-16000 2000MHz C9 ULTRA DUAL CHANNEL (GU34GB2000C9DC) makes the perfect upgrade!

 


 

Consumer gadgets

galaxytab VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

Samsung Galaxy Tab

If you want an Apple iPad alternative, the next best thing would probably be the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Running on Android 2.2 (Froyo), the stylish 7-inch tablet device is great for watching videos, surfing the web, checking emails and even reading ebooks. What’s more, it offers Android Market which lets you access over thousands of apps for download. We at VR-Zone like it so much that we gave the Galaxy Tab the Editor’s Choice.

Price: S$998 (without contract); For exclusive SingTel plans, check here

 

kinect VR Zone Christmas Buying Guide 2010

Kinect for Xbox 360

With the new Kinect for Xbox 360, you are now the controller. The webcam peripheral lets you control and interact with the games, easily and with high accuracy too. With more than 17 game titles announced at launch and counting, including sports, dance, racing or interacting with virtual animals, the Kinect for Xbox 360 promise hours of fun and enjoyment.

Price: S$229 with Kinect Sensor and “Kinect Adventure” game (if you already have an Xbox 360); S$469 with new Xbox 360 4GB, Kinect sensor and “Kinect Adventure” game.

 

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