NEC has launched ten new portable projectors designed for education and corporate users with various eco-conscious technologies. The ten projectors of the NP series are now commercially available with two-year carry in limited warranty.
SanDisk has recently unveiled their new 32GB Extreme SDHC card which claims to be the world’s fastest with up to 30MB/s read and write speeds. It is designed for digital SLR users, allowing them to shoot in burst mode with minimized time in processing and storing the data. Update: The SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB card is now available at major retailers in
In early 2008, Garmin announced their GPS device that is also a smartphone, and they unveiled a prototype of it. A year later, they joined hands with ASUS to jointly launch the Garmin-ASUS nüvifone G60. Officially debuted in CommunicAsia 2009, the G60 has finally made its maiden trip to our hands. So lets take a look at how well
Sony Singapore unveiled its new VAIO lineup earlier today. There are four models, namely the VAIO X series, VAIO L series, VAIO CW and VAIO NW. In short, the VAIO X is Sony’s thinnest and lightest VAIO. Targeted at mobile professionals, it weighs just 655g and has a 13.9mm thin, yet rigid chassis. The VAIO L is Sony’s
Sony Japan have announced a new lineup of Vaio nettops and laptops to be launched on 22nd October. Eyebrows raised? Yes, these systems will come with Windows 7, mostly in 64bit flavors. More details after the break
Fudzilla has linked to two German e-tail outlets which already have the HD 5750 and HD 5770 for sale. Interestingly, both the websites, Mindfactory and DriveCity, list the exacy same details. The HD 5750 is priced at €119, while the HD 5770 retails for €149. These are great prices – even lower than expectations. Mind
Following a scoop on the HD 5750, Mymypc.com’s Upon is back with some benchmarks and pictures on the ATI Radeon HD 5770. Visually, the HD 5770 is a dead match to the body design on the HD 5800 series. It is however, much shorter than the HD 5850 as well as the HD 4800 series.
MSI has added a new model to their popular G-series gaming laptops which appears in the form of GT740. The 17-inch monster features the latest Intel Core i7 quad core processor, Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and nVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M 3D discrete graphics card. Check out the official announcement from the manufacturer.
Samsung has added two new models to their ST series digital cameras – ST500 and ST550 – and both cameras feature dual LCD screen that allows you to shoot own portrait easily by yourself. So is it worth getting one? Check out the review for the ST550.
AT&T has announced the new HTC Tilt 2 and Pure mobile devices which are running the latest Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system. The Tilt 2 (as seen above) features a 3.6-inch display, large QWERTY keyboard and 3.2 megapixel camera, while the Pure comes with a 3.2-inch touchscreen and 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with video capture.
Right after the release of Cypress (HD 5800 series), several controversies have arisen amongst the gaming community, accusing Nvidia of anti-competitive practices by disabling software support in presence of ATI Radeon graphics cards. The first instance was when Nvidia disabled PhysX if used together with an ATI card. While this was done in a Forceware
A group of researchers at Finjan has exposed a cyber-gang which has created an ultra-sneaky banking Trojan that had looted about €300,000 (equivalent of SGD$619,860) from German bank accounts over a 22-day period. More on next page…
The Naite, Jalou and the T715 are three of the latest stylish mobile phones from Sony Ericsson and they are coming in early and mid October. Check out the releases for these three phones.
MP3 players are among the most popular consumer electronics products on the market today as almost every person you see on the streets or trains will be listening to one. Users who enjoy their music at an ear-shredding 125 decibels will be disappointed to learn that the European Union will be rolling out new legislation to
A week ago, we had news that Google was sued by a bank over sensitive E-mail sent to a wrong Gmail address by the bank’s employee. Apparently, the issue has been resolved with Google deactivating the Gmail account on the judge’s order. According to Cnet news, the Gmail account will be frozen until the court
Rys over at Beyond3D has not leaked outright, but teased, a blurred architecture diagram of what appears to be Nvidia’s next-gen GPU. Interestingly, the codename is GF100, which is the third codename we have heard following the popular GT300 and the recently revealed Fermi. We are not sure which of them is the most appropriate,
To say that Nvidia has been tight-lipped over its GT300 would be an understatement – uncharacteristic for a company which hasn’t been able to keep a secret since the phenomenal G80. Following some details we revealed, including the 384-bit memory interface and a P2xxxx target, Fudzilla has scored some more information about the elusive GT300.
Intel has finally decided to use something other than the flimsy push-pin vertical heatsink that is available on Intel’s entire CPU line currently. The extreme high end “Gulftown” Core i9 will sport a vertical heatsink design similar to many third-party aftermarket coolers. More next page.
In our earlier post, Microsoft has lambasted Google over its “Chrome-in-IE” plan. Google has hit back at Microsoft today, defending its new Chrome Frame plug-in, and says it makes IE more secure, not less. Read the article now on Computerworld and enjoy the mudslinging! “Accessing sites using Google Chrome Frame brings Google Chrome’s security features to
You might have heard of Intel’s Light Peak technology, a new high-speed optical cable technology designed to connect your electronic devices to each other. Lightpeak also has the ability to run multiple protocols simultaneously over a single cable. Catchy huh? What has this to do with Apple ? Read on