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  • AMD A-Series, FX-Series preliminary pricing revealed

    DonanimHaber has released a preliminary pricing chart for AMD's upcoming A-Series APUs as well as FX-Series CPUs, for desktops. The new AMD desktop range will purportedly cover price points from $70 to $320. The next-gen line-up is surprisingly clean, compared tot he confusing product stacks for both Intel and AMD today. Llano, branded A-Series, will

  • LG opens first technology showcase store in Marina Bay Sands

    Fancy the idea of being able to take a walk down the bleeding edge of technology without having to worry about breaking the piggy bank after being 'poisoned' by the latest digital toys that have been popping up like popcorns in the recent years? Well, leave it to LG to deliver just what such consumers

  • Kingston Unleashes DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G2 Flash Drive

    Kingston Digital, independent world leader in memory products, takes mobility a step further with the launch of its DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G2 flash drives.

  • Cooler Master Unveils Notepal LapAir

    Cooler Master has announced the Notepal LapAir cooler, adding on to its line-up of cooling solutions for notebooks and netbooks. Measuring 430 x 316 x 56mm and weighing 1.2kg, it features a topside anti-slip rubber mat, a sponge base, niches for storing cables, and is cooled by a 80mm fan that runs at speeds of

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 18 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: Technical specifications of MSI's unreleased N580GTX Lightning Xtreme Edition graphics card, which is expected to debut only at Computex later this month, has been published onto the Internet courtesy of an Italian website; Intel's CEO has claimed that he sees no advantages in licensing ARM's processor architecture for use in the

  • ASUS AT5IONT-I Review

    If for some reason you don't quite like AMD and its Fusion APU, how about this dual-core hyper-threaded Intel Atom solution with NVIDIA ION graphics onboard? We pit the ASUS AT5IONT-I against the E35M1-I DELUXE for some Mini-ITX action!

  • VIA QuadCore benchmarked against AMD’s E-350

    We'll take these numbers with a large helping of salt, but some VIA produced benchmark figures of its new QuadCore processor have appeared on a Japanese website. We're not sure why these numbers didn't show up until now, as we haven't seen them posted elsewhere. VIA put it's 1.2GHz+ CPU up against AMD's 1.6GHz E-350

  • Report: AMD A-Series mobile tops at 1.9 GHz

    DonanimHaber has unearthed some details about AMD's top mobile A-Series part, to be branded A8-3530MX. It will be clocked at a standard 1.9 GHz, with Turbo Core up to 2.6 GHz. It features 4MB of L2 cache, as expected, with no L3 cache, much like the Propus CPUs. The USP of Llano is, of course,

  • GIGABYTE’s Radeon HD 6770 using Passive Cooling

    GIGABYTE's Radeon HD 6770 has just retailed in Japan and the company's GV-R677SL-1GD, the Silent Series is aimed at users who prefer a quiet system as the 6770 is mounted with a large heat sink (and there is no heatsink fan). Read on.

  • A look at Intel Z68 Platform with ASUS P8Z68-V Pro

    When the overclocking capabilities of a P67 chipset put together with the graphics awesomeness of the H61/H67 chipset, the Z68 platform is borned. Today, we test out the new Z68 platform from Intel specifically on the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro motherboard to see if it has got what it takes to be called the best of

  • Deepcool Preps Assassin CPU Cooler

    Deepcool, manufacturer and provider of various thermal products for desktops, laptops and servers, is preparing to unleash the high performance Assassin CPU cooler – an Alpenfohn K2 lookalike.

  • Genius Ships Ring Mouse

    Genius has begun shipping its Ring Mouse in North America. The unique finger-attached mouse connects to the PC via a 2.4 Ghz radio, has two buttons, an integrated rechargeable lithium ion battery, and allows users to control its movement through a 1000 DPI touch sensor.

  • Xebec Tech releases M-Touch mouse

      A sleek and simple product release from a new manufacturer : Xebec's M-Touch mouse has a high speed wireless 2.4 GHz wireless connection which allows a reliable wireless connection of up to six metres without any interference. The multi-touch technology on the mouse allows you to scroll vertically and horizontally a long your work page

  • HP Preps Wi-fi Mouse

    HP is preparing to release the Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse, promising users an "ultimate mobile experience". The compact mouse features a 1600 CPI laser sensor, a 9 month battery life,  and connects to the PC via an integrated 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi module (no USB dongle required).

  • Microsoft Unveils Arty Mice

    Microsoft has expanded its family of mice with the addition of the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 – Artist Edition.  

  • Aerocool Ships QS-202 Mini Tower Enclosure

    Aerocool has begun to ship its Qs-202 mini-tower case, targeting gamers on a shoestring budget.

  • I-O Data Announces External 3D Blu-ray Writer

    I-O Data, a top-tier manufacturer and provider of high-quality computer peripherals and interface products, has unveiled the BRD-U8S external Blu-ray writer.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 11 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: AMD has admitted that it is willing to reconsider its 'x86 everywhere' strategy if market conditions change drastically, in spite of it having no intention to license ARM technologies for use in producing ARM processors at this point of time; ASUS has announced the launch of two new self-designed graphics cards,

  • Lite-on Unveils USB 3.0 Blu-ray Writer

    Lite-on, manufacturer of numerous OEM PC parts, has introduced the eHBU212 external Blu-ray writer in Europe. The writer boasts a USB 3.0 interface, 8Mb of cache memory, LightScribe support, Smart-Burn and Smart-X technologies, and support write speeds up to "12x for BD-R, 8x for BD-R DL, 2x for BD-RE (DL), 16x for DVD-R+R, 12x for

  • Lian Li releases new casing Cowry PC-U6

    Very often, we see computer cases in the shape of the dull looking cuboid, but Lian Li's latest Cowry PC-U6 casing is set to dispel the conventional looks. Read on.