Thermalright has released the black variant of its highly successful MUX-120 tower CPU cooler.
Scythe has launched its Chouriki 2 PSU series, expanding its diversified product portfolio from performance CPU coolers and chassis to PSUs.
NVIDIA’s next GeForce 400 series release is set to be the GeForce GTS 450. Turkish website Donanimhaber reports that the GTS 450 will be based on GF106, containing 1GB of GDDR5 on a 128-bit memory interface. It is set to release by the end of August, presumably targeting ATI’s Radeon HD 5770. More next page.
Sure, we just ran an article about HP filing an application to trademark the name PalmPad, but it seems that the original Windows-powered slate has not been forgotten by the company yet, as a hidden page on HP’s website can attest to. Or can it? Read on for more information.
Taipei-based Aerocool Advanced Technology has launched the Shark 15-blade case fans, adding on to its lineup of high performance fans for enthusiasts. More next page.
LaCie has unveiled the new XtremKey flash drive which, according to LaCie, can survive in any environment “no matter where you take it”. Read on to find out more.
Following the promising release of the Geforce GTX 460, the rumour mill has been working overtime, boosted by HIS confirming ATI’s Southern Islands is coming soon. We have known about Southern Islands for more than a quarter now, but details have been hard to come by since then. Fudzilla now reports that ATI’s Southern Islands,
According to online sources, HP is going to discontinue the development of their Android tablet and instead focus on their WebOS tablet products. HP has acquired Palm in April this year, and announced it will develop products based on Palm’s popular WebOS platform.
Apple has announced they will be holding a press conference this Friday concerning the iPhone 4 which has been getting a lot of criticism over the reception problem. No details were given, but it is likely the company have solutions to solve this issue.
A rumor such as this has come and gone over the years, but guessing the fate of Intel’s Celeron product lineup has always been pretty much a game of ‘Aye’ or ‘Nay’ with various theories abounding as to whether the chip giant will drop the entry-level brand, if at all. Will the new Core ix
We are now into the second day of the World Cyber Games tournament, and this day promises to be more exciting than the previous, as the first leg of the Asian Championships begins today. Read on to find out more.
As rumoured previously, Intel is set to reprise the Nehalem generation’s Core i3/i5/i7 branding. Of course, a minor revision would be required over the Core 2010 series, and this will be provided by adding a fourth number to the suffix – 2. Hence, a Core i7 960, for example, would read Core i7 2960. Sandy
It is just as we expected: there is no way a hardware design flaw can be magically fixed with a software update. In fact, Apple has announced that the only signal-related issue which the update will address is to make the reception bars accurately reflect the signal strength the phone is receiving. Read on to find out
Ever since its announcement early this year, HTC Desire (codename Bravo) has been the hot topic of most Android discussions. With very similar internal specifications to the Google Nexus One, also manufactured by HTC, the Desire stands among the market as one of the most powerful Android phones. Let us take a look at how
Buffalo Japan has launched its latest portable external storage device, the RUF2-JVS flash drive. More…
A-DATA is preparing to release its first 3.5″ external USB 3.0 HDD, the stylish looking NH03. More next page…
Japanese cooling specialist Scythe has unleashed the Ninja 3 CPU cooler, targeting enthusiasts. Read on to find out more.
The Galaxy S is Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone that was launched in early June, and available exclusively to SingTel customers. VR-Zone managed to get the Galaxy S in for review, so how good is the Android phone? Read on.
NZXT has released the Sentry LXE, an external fan controller aimed at overclockers and hardcore enthusiasts.
GIGABYTE is again throwing out Super Overclock Edition graphics cards to overclockers who dare to fight it out on hwbot.org. This time round, overclockers will need to run their benchmarks on GIGABYTE AMD 8xx series chipset mainboards to qualify for the competition.