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  • AT&T set to launch Samsung Infuse 4G smartphone in US

    If you think smartphones with 4-inch displays are quite huge for the hand, wait till you see the new Samsung Infuse 4G. The Infuse 4G sports a giant 4.5-inch screen and AT&T will be retailing this smartphone in US soon.

  • Exclusive: Gigabyte GA-Z68MX-UD2H-B3 pictures

    We're now merely days from the Z68 chipset launch which will officially take place on the 11th, but the leaks keep on coming and we can now as first publication show a couple of pictures of Gigabyte's upcoming mATX Z68 board, the GA-Z68MX-UD2H-B3. The board is actually quite unusual for a mATX board and it's

  • First Look: MSI Z68A-GD80 (Updated)

    Joining the Intel Z68 club is MSI's Z68A-GD80. We take a peek at the features with which MSI hopes to make its board stand out from the rest. (Updated with BIOS pictures & SSD caching preview!)

  • EKL Releases New VGA Cooler

    German based EKL has launched the Alpenfohn Peter, expanding its portfolio of performance VGA coolers. Measuring 253.8 x 44 x 100mm and weighinh 590g, the nickel plated cooler boasts a copper base, twelve 6mm copper pipes, 84 aluminum fins, and supports up to four 140mm fans (with a PCI mounting bracket). The Alpenföhn Peter, bundled

  • Gigabyte Readies Pure Classic Series Portable Hard Drives

    Gigabyte is preparing to release its Pure Classic series of portable hard drives. Measuring 120 x 81 x 14mm and weighing 150g, the 2.5" hard drives are available in USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 models.

  • PQI Announces World’s Tiniest USB 3.0 Flash Drive

    PQI, one of the world's largest storage and memory device manufacturers, has launched the Intelligent Drive U819V. Measuring  31.5 x 14.8 x 7.3mm and weighing 3.6g, the tiny flash drive features a USB 3.0 interface and is touted to be the "world's smallest USB 3.0 traveling disk". Available in 4Gb, 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb capacities,

  • Palit GeForce GTX 560 Ti Sonic & GTX 560 Ti Review

    A wide array of GTX 560 Ti card designs have popped up from Nvidia's partners. In this feature, we will be looking at Palit's GeForce GTX 560 Ti and GTX 560 Ti Sonic.

  • Apple iPad 3 to feature 3D display?

    With the Apple iPad 2 (above pic) recently made its way here to Singapore, rumours have already started on the upcoming iPad 3 tablet. According to sources, it looks like the iPad 3 may be incorporating a 3D display for viewing 3D content.

  • Cooler Master’s new Silencio 550 chassis on sale ahead of launch

    Cooler Master will unveil a wide range of new products at Computex in a few weeks' time and one up its upcoming cases has not only gone on sale, but it's already been leaked to a degree by Cooler Master Europe who's running a competition where you can win one of three Silencio 550 chassis. This

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 5 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: Techspot draws up a list of what it has identified as the "best budget and mainstream processors" which casual enthusiasts should look out for when assembing their own DIY PC; USB 3.0 may soon be given a huge boost in market adoption, thanks to the introduction of a new standard which

  • The Clash of the Titans – Gigabyte G1.Assassin Reviewed

    Targetted at gamers, the G1.Assassin Motherboard is an extremely popular product in the market. Today, the G1.Assassin Motherboard is put side by side with one of their competitors and we will find out just which of the two is better. Get ready for some cold-blooded action from the G1.Assassin as he shows us how it's

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 4 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: A budget gaming PC built to a cost of US$599 gets built and tested to see if it has the juice needed to perform as one; ASUS's mATX motherboard, the P8H67-M Evo, which is said to offer an attractive price-to-performance ratio, gets reviewed; A recently-discovered patent dating back to 2009 has

  • Kinneir Dufort shows off concept smartphone with upgradeable hardware

    The idea of 'if it ain't broke, don't fix/change it' may sound great for users who do not take very kindly to the idea of junking away working electronic devices just because they are obsolete by today's standards, especially when one takes into consideration the amount of electronic waste produced today. And with smartphones being

  • JPR: Graphics shipments up, NVIDIA market share down in Q1 ’11

    Despite a 5% decline in overall PC shipments in Q1 2011, the GPU industry saw a healthy 10.3% boost in Q1 2011. Intel gained more ground, aided by Sandy Bridge, with a market share of 54.4%. AMD came in second at 24.8% while NVIDIA saw a sharp drop in market share to 20.0%. In addition,

  • Razer Goliathus Mouse Mat Redesigned and Reinforced

        Razer announces that the Razer Goliathus has been redesigned and reinforced with a dense, anti-fraying and long-lasting stitched frame. Price: Omega – US $14.99 / EU €14.99, Standard – US $19.99 / EU €19.99, Alpha – US $24.99 / EU €24.99, Extended – US $34.99 / EU €34.99. Availability: May 2011

  • MSI’s 990FX and 970 chipset boards make brief European appearance

    Details of three of MSI's upcoming AM3+ motherboards have appeared on a European price comparison website and some of the specifications of three different models have turned up. On top of that we now know what these three models will cost, at least in Euroland and for what it's worth, the boards seem to be

  • The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 3 May 2011

    In today's news roundup: NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 590 gets pitted against AMD's Radeon HD 6990 to determine which company's hardware is capable of offering the better triple-display gaming experience; AMD's Phenom-II X4-980 BE processor gets reviewed; Apple has updated its iMac line of all-in-one PCs to include Intel's Sandy Bridge platform, new graphics cards and

  • GIGABYTE shows off new entry-level PoweRock PSUs

    Need an entry-level PSU for use in building a cheap PC? Well, leave it to GIGABYTE to deliver the goods once again with a new addition to its value-oriented PoweRock line of power supplies. Known as the PoweRock KX series, these PSUs are available in three different ratings, all of which happen to be lower

  • Report: AMD to announce A-Series, FX-Series in June

    AMD's extraordinary schedule for June kicks off at Computex 2011, Taipei, where AMD A-Series will be announced, alongwith the VISION 2011 branding. AMD 900 Series chipsets will also be announced. These three announcements will be held on June 1st. Fast forward to the next week, and E3 2011 – AMD will announce the FX-Series brand

  • LG launches new Xnote notebooks in Korea

    Now that high-performance, ultra-thin notebooks are fast gaining popularity among consumers for their portability and visual appeal, it would make sense that OEMs are starting to funnel more of their resources into churning out such notebooks in a bid to gain a greater share of the notebook pie. Of course, LG is not about about