As expected, Intel is preparing for a Core 2010 series refresh between July and August. The second six-core Gulftown CPU, Core i7 970, is expected to release at a whopping $885 in mid-July. Previously, we hoped the i7 970 would fit into the $562 price point, but Intel is not interested in making its six-core
Japanese cooling specialist Scythe has unleashed the Ninja 3 CPU cooler, targeting enthusiasts. Read on to find out more.
Storage experts Thecus has announced the D0204, adding on to its line-up of portable external storage.
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.
All good things must come to an end, and that applies to computer operating systems as well: Microsoft has announced that Windows XP (SP2) and Windows Server 2000 will officially hit EOL status in 10 days. And that only means one thing: no more updates of any sort. Read on to find out more.
The man has said it all. If you have been waiting for Blu-ray to arrive on the Macs, be prepared for some major disappointment, because Apple CEO Steve Jobs has hinted that the company currently has no plans to implement Blu-ray support on either the Mac Mini, Macbook or iMac product lines, at least for
Sony has recently announced the recall of 535,000 VAIO laptops due to a temperature control defect that could cause excessive heat and leads to skin burns. The models are F and C-Series VAIO sold this year.
Details of Microsoft Windows 8 have recently surfaced on the web, and that is because Francisco Martin, a Windows enthusiast, has gotten a few powerpoint slides and posted it on his blog.
Thermaltake, a leading thermal solutions provider, has announced the compact BlacX 5G (ST0019) USB 3.0 HDD/ SSD Dock, expanding its diversified product portfolio from high performance coolers/ chassis to various USB peripherals. More next page.
Samsung Korea has announced the new addition to its N-series Netbook family, the N230. It features glossy black finish and a slim form factor that looks very stylish. The 10.1-inch N230 also boasts a battery life of up to seven hours on its standard battery.
25 years ago, Toshiba produced their first laptop, and last Friday, the Japanese manufacturer held a event to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Besides the cake cutting and performance by Magic Babe Ning, Toshiba also announced the Portege R700 and T200 laptops, as well as the Libretto W100, the world’s first dual touchscreen Windows Mini-Notebook PC.
Heise.de confirm the already rumoured GTX 460 specs, as well as some insight into its performance. As previously rumoured, the GTX 460 will be released in two variants – GTX 460 192-bit 768MB and GTX 460 256-bit 1GB. Both variants will otherwise be identical – featuring 336 SP, clocked at 675/1350/1800. Due to the 1GB
In Jakarta, 19 contestants from 16 countries get together to fight it out in the GIGABYTE Open Overclocking Championship 2010: Asia & Africa Regional Finals. More overclocking action, inside!
Smartphones with 3- or 4-inch display are getting common. How about a smartphone with 2.5-inch screen, powered by the Google’s Android OS that rest comfortably in your palm? Check out our Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini review.
In a country like Singapore where gaming tournaments or competitions are rare occurrences, events such as the country’s first ever WolfTeam Championship usually attract considerable attention. Join us as we bring you the coverage of the competition organized by VR-Zone and held at The Colosseum, Iluma on 20 June. Read on for more information.
Tech products are shrinking in size, be it mobile phone, laptops or even USB thumbdrive. So are projectors, such as this new Samsung SP-H03 pico projector that weighs a mere 210g, allowing users to carry around with conveniently.
Choosing a netbook has been reduced to nothing more than selecting a brand name which carries the best price for one’s wallet, simply because of the near-identical hardware specs found in every competitor’s offerings. In this review, we look at Fujitsu’s new netbook, the Lifebook MH380, to see what it has to offer for the masses.
A forum member at Zol forums has leaked a die shot of Nvidia’s upcoming GF104 based product, GTX 460. Like several of Nvidia’s previous enthusiast cards, it has a heatspreader on top, which doesn’t quite give away the core die. However, it is clear it is a GF104 and a revision A1. Whether GTX 460
Thus far, the consensus rumours suggest that GTX 460 is a GF104 based chip with 336 SP, 192-bit 768MB GDDR5. Clock speeds are expected to be 675/1350/1800, with a price of $230 and TDP of 150W. However, Fudzilla are now reporting that there will be two cards named GTX 460. The second GTX 460 will
Xbitlabs reports that Intel is preparing to ramp up Sandy Bridge production aggressively. We haven’t heard much about Sandy Bridge’s branding, but the report suggests Intel will continue to use the Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 branding. However, considering the three number suffix is occupied by the Nehalem/Westmere generation, Intel will certainly have