• Monster and Beats by Dr. Dre Launch Diddybeats In Singapore

    Monster and Beats by Dr. Dre have announced the new Diddybeats in-ear headphones in Singapore. Featuring advanced audio technologies, the Diddybeats claims to deliver superb audio with extreme clarity and deep bass.

  • BIOSTAR introduces its A770E3, A770L3, A780L, A780L3 and A880G+ AMD-based motherboards

    BIOSTAR has introduced a slew of motherboards based on various AMD chipsets. These include the A770E3 and A770L3, based on the AMD 770 Chipset; the A780L and A780L3, based on the AMD 760G Chipset; and the A880G+, based on the AMD 880G Chipset.

  • ADATA launches Nobility N004 – industry’s first USB 3.0 and SATA II combo drive

    ADATA Technology has launched the Nobility N004, the industry’s first USB 3.0 and SATA-II dual interface combo 2.5-inch drive.

  • ViewSonic plans tablet device, dual-boots between Windows and Android

    You know what people always say about one being never enough. That can also apply to computing, and nobody likes to be stuck or locked into just one operating system. And ViewSonic has just the thing to cater for customers who prize choice above everything else: a tablet which...

  • Rumored Nokia 5250, Now Official

    Yes, its official. The Nokia 5250 which was recently spotted in Ovi store, is going to be available in the fourth quarter this year. It has music player and users can download their favorite songs from Ovi Music.

  • Toshiba Unveils New Camileo BW10 Camcorder And Portable HDD

    Toshiba Computer Systems Division (CSD), a division of Toshiba Singapore, has announced the new waterproof Full HD camcorder, Camileo BW10, designed with ease of use. The maker has also unveiled their latest portable desktop hard disks that offer complete system backup and enhanced features.

  • Valve squashes rumours of Linux-native Steam client

    Now this is definitely not a good way to start the week, especially if you are a Linux user. Unfortunately, Valve has finally come clear with its plans: that there will be no Linux-native client for Steam, and the rumours in the past were nothing but just rumours. What...

  • Dual-Core Intel Atom Netbooks released

    Intel’s long awaited mobile dual-core Atom CPU, N550, finally releases in netbooks today. Some of the designs based on the N550 include Acer, ASUS, Fujitsu, Lenovo, LG, Samsung, MSI, and Toshiba netbooks. The N550 finally brings in DDR3 support, while retains “similar” battery life to the single core N450....

  • [Rumour] NVIDIA preparing GeForce GT 430

    NVIDIA’s next release is widely believed to be the GeForce GTS 450, on September 13th, based on GF106. Fudzilla reports that NVIDIA is preparing a further derivative GT 430. Interestingly, they also mention a GT 450. Whether this is different from the GTS 450, a new nomenclature, or simply...

  • Logitech Launches Wireless Combo MK520

    The Logitech Wireless Combo MK520 is designed with high performance laser, long battery life and quiet, low profile keys to provide users with the convenience and comfort they need. It is scheduled to be available from end of August. Read on for more info.

  • Motorola issues Cease & Desist notifications against leaked Froyo ROMs for Droid X

    Well, it was only a matter of time, but no one actually expected Motorola to move that fast. Apparently, the company has started sending out Cease & Desist orders against the modding community for allegedly releasing leaked builds of its Froyo ROM for the Droid X smartphone. Read on...

  • Lian Li announces PC-Q11 Mini-ITX chassis

    Lian Li has announced the PC-Q11 chassis, under its Mini-Q series. Compact and light, the PC-Q11 is designed for users who require space and convenience. It is available in four different colors – black, silver, red and piano white.

  • BitFenix announces Colossus full tower PC chassis

    BitFenix has officially announced its highly-anticipated Colossus full tower E-ATX PC chassis. The Colossus has a whole list of impressive features, including an advanced LED lighting system. More photos and the full press release to follow.

  • ASUS launches high performance mainstream and Duo Node 1U servers for AMD G34

    ASUS has released the RS704DA-E6/PS4 duo-node and RS500A-E6/PS4 servers, based on the dual-socket AMD G34 platform, with the RS704DA-E6/PS4 supporting dual node high volume computing. Equipped with large memories, 80+ power supplies and virtualization applications, these servers provide optimal performance and reliability.

  • ASUS Republic of Gamers launches Rampage III Formula motherboard

    ASUS Republic of Gamers has launched the Rampage III Formula motherboard. Earlier on, ASUS had provided the media with a first look at the board. The Rampage III Formula uses Intel’s X58 Express chipset. It supports the Intel LGA 1366 family of processors, right up to the flagship six-core Core...

  • A-DATA Presents C008 Retractable USB Flash Drive

    ADATA Technology, well-known for their DRAM modules and flash memory products, has unveiled the C008 retractable USB flash drive. Measuring 59.95 x 19.83 x 8.85mm and weighing just 10g, the compact drive features a retractable USB 2.0 interface, scratchproof body, and is dirt proof. Available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB,...

  • Aerocool Details Strike-X Gaming Cases

    Taipei-based Aerocool has unveiled the Strike-X tower case, targeting gamers.

  • Roccat Intros Kone[+] Gaming Mouse

    Roccat has announced the Kone, a refresh of its popular Kone gaming mouse.

  • Logitech Unveils K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard

    Logitech has launched the Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800, featuring backlit keys with ambient light sensors and motion sensors. The compact keyboard features Logitech’s Unifying technology, PerfectStroke key system, Incurve keys, and comes with a tiny 2.4 GHz wireless Unified receiver. The Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 is expected to...

  • Nubox opens new store in Tampines Mall, brings Apple products to the heartlands

    Previously, if one wanted to shop for Apple-related products such as iPods, Macs or even iPads, a trip down to the town area was almost inevitable due to the lack of authorised Apple resellers in other areas. Nubox has set out to change that though: by opening its first...