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  • GALAXY GeForce GTX560 Ti White Edition: Albino Titano Pictorial

    See what our friends at GALAXY – from a not-too-distant galaxy – have brought us! Join us for an exclusive look at the GALAXY GeForce GTX560 Ti White Edition, in all its near-achromatic glory.

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Review: MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II OC

    NVIDIA has finally unleashed the full potential of the GF114 GPU with all eight Streaming Multiprocessors enabled – in the form of the GeForce GTX 560 Ti. Clocked signifcantly faster than its predecessor, is this new kid on the block ready to take over?

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 24 January 2011

    In today’s daily news roundup: Kingston’s SSDNow V100 128GB SSD Solid State Drive and ASUS’s P8P67 Deluxe motherboard get reviewed; enterprising hackers have found a way to dual boot HTC’s HD2 smartphone with both Windows Phone 7 and Android operating systems; Acer stakes its profitability on a shrinking netbook market; Evil Ryu and Oni Akuma

  • AMD releases the HD6700 series offically

    With HD6950/6970 and the HD6870/6870 catered for the high-end market segment, AMD has also released the HD6750/6770 for the mainstream market. The HD5700 series, based on the Juniper architecture were renamed to HD6700 series.

  • Sabio Introduces DM2-PT Compact RAID Drive

    Sabio has released the slim DM2-PT RAID drive,aimed at “digital imaging, creative professionals, offices and ‘prosumers’” who require large capacity RAID drives with small footprints.

  • Fantastic Killzone 3 Bundles announced for Asia-Pacific Region

    Asian PlayStation 3 gamers who are going to purchase this highly anticipated first person shooter (FPS) title can get more bang for their buck with these generous bundle deal offers.

  • Winner hangs up on Apple US$10,000 prize call

    The 10 billionth app download contest came faster than most would have expected. Everyone wanted to be that lucky person to download the 10 billionth app and walk away with US$10,000 prize money. But it seems that the winner hanged up the call from Apple with regards to her win. More inside.

  • VR-Zone Exclusive: Gainward GeForce GTX 580 Phantom 3072MB Review

    With a beefy radiator-like cooler and massive 3GB frame buffer, Gainward goes for the (over)kill with its new GeForce GTX 580 Phantom graphics card. Does its performance live up to its looks? finds out.

  • I-O Data Readies New External Drive

    I-O data is preparing to launch the HDCA-LU series of external HDDs. Measuring 185 x 120 x  39mm and weighing 1.1kg, the 3.5″ external HDDs feature a USB 2.0 interface and are designed to work with both PCs and TVs.

  • Lancool Introduces Three New Enclosures

    PC-K57 Lancool, subsidiary of renowned chassis manufacturer Lian Li, has launched the PC-K57, PC-K59, and PC-K63 – three steel mid-tower cases aimed at budget-conscious gamers.

  • Ever see a driverless car? No, we’re not talking about model cars either

    In an collaboration between Nokia Asia and a pair of friends, a Nokia C7 was made to control a BMW 1 Series car. The result? A car that can move and even drift without a driver behind the wheel. The pair aren’t satisfied, and are looking forward to conquer the skies as well.

  • Antec unleashes Six Hundred V2 Gaming PC chassis

    Antec has announced the Six Hundred V2, adding on to its family of gaming chassis. Measuring  491mm x 212mm x 492mm and weighing 6.9kg, Antec has added several nifty features such as a built-in 2.5″ hot swap hard drive caddy , a cable management compartment etc, distinguishing it significantly from competitors.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 20 January 2011

    In today’s global news roundup: NVIDIA announces plans to integrate general-purpose ARM processing core(s) into a chip that belongs to Maxwell family of graphics processing units; Microsoft claims to have found the culprit responsible for causing certain users’ data charges to go haywire; Asahi introduces a strong glass that will compete with the popular Gorilla

  • AMD quietly announces Radeon HD 6700 Series for OEMs

    The “Radeon HD 6700 Series” has been wildly rumoured for several months now. Initially expected to be what is now Barts / HD 6800 series, the HD 6700 moniker was next attached to HD 5700 rebrands by part of the rumour mill. The other part called Caicos HD 6700. However, at long last, AMD has

  • Samsung to announce Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Suit and Galaxy Mini at MWC 2011?

    Earlier, we reported about the Samsung Galaxy Ace which was spotted on the Thailand website. It seems that this is only one of the three smartphones which could be announced at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona.

  • Epson gets judged on Projector Runway, launch of new products at stake

    In the first (and only) episode of Projector Runway, Epson faces an uphill task of convincing the panel of judges that its latest lineup of business, educational and home entertainment projectors are up to the task of meeting consumer demands. With only one chance to sway the judges into giving Epson the green light for

  • StarHub unleashes Facebook mobile app for Java feature phones

    Today, StarHub and Facebook have jointly announced the new Facebook mobile app for Java feature phones. The app is free for mobile pre-paid Happy Stars customers and there is no data access charges for all other mobile post-paid and pre-paid customers till end April 2011.

  • Solid Proof that Dead Space is coming to the iPhone/iPad

    Over the past few weeks, EA Mobile has teased us with screenshots of Dead Space running on the iOS. And with the release of this video, there is solid proof that the game will have iPhone and iPad users to rejoice about.

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 19 January 2011

    In today’s news: Cooler Master’s Turbine Master cooling fan and HAF 912 casing get reviewed; AMD’s new G-Series APUs officially make their entry into the x86 embedded market; Apple COO claims that Android tablet are “Bizarre Product(s)”; Analysts claims that it is Windows 7, and not Android or iOS, that will be the fastest growing

  • It’s “Bye bye netbook, hello Sandy Bridge tablet” for Acer

    Claims made by higher authority in large corporations can make for interesting reading material, especially when their predictions about how the market will react to certain issues do not always go as planned. And Acer is no exception to the rule. Barely four months after its president claimed that netbooks can hold its own against