Asustor AS-304T NAS review
Asustor’s new NAS is an ambitious effort in the home server front, but how does it stack up to the competition?
Is Intel trying to make Android on the PC mainstream?
Upcoming Skylake microarchitecture will have better support for Android.
Intel’s plans for Thunderbolt in 2014
Device charging and peer-to-peer connectivity are in the works for next year’s...
The size wars is picking up again, this time by Panasonic Japan with its recent announcment on a 85 inch Full HD Plasma display. Intriguing? Perhaps not as it was Panasonic who have developed the world’s largest 103-inch plasma display to the market in 2006. So what makes this...
Kingston has recently announced their new DataTraveler® 200 USB flash drives and claims to be the world’s first to market the USB flash drive of 128GB capacity. Unfortunately, according to the manufacturer, the 128GB drive is build-to-order only.
No, Sony Ericsson did not launch the Xperia 2, and neither did it participate in this year’s Communicasia 2009. However, they did hold a separate media event at the Red Dot Museum showcasing the upcoming Sony Ericsson Satio, Aino and Yuri. But that’s not all…
Following the same direction as its industry-leading and award-winning Xtreem and Dark series DDR3 tri-channel memory module kits, Team Group has launched yet another Xtreem tri-channel kit to further unleash the raw power within the Intel Core i7 platform. The new Xtreem DDR3 2000 kit runs at 2000MHz with jaw-widening low latencies of 7-8-7-20, while requiring...
Sony Japan has updated their Vaio NW series laptops with better hardware, both models are available for retail except a slight change in hardware. **Note: Changes are only in Japan for now
It is common to see gadgets in collaboration with other companies for unique product launches. In an announcement between Disney and Asus, a new netbook (again?) has been confirmed. Known as Netpal, it is targeted towards kids and has features…well, targeted for kids.
Sony Japan has announced a new Bluetooth Vaio Mouse – VGP-BMS10. This stylish looking mouse is pretty much set for retail in August this year.
LG announced three new phones at the Communicasia 2009 in Singapore – LG-GD900 Crystal, Viewty Smart and GM730 – which would be in the stores soon.
Nvidia has announced their refreshed architecture – Geforce 200M will get 40nm core and it will support DirectX 10.1 unlike the first gen Geforce 200M that was based on the G92 core. Read on to find out more
Unnanounced Dell’s Latitude Z series laptop pictures have been leaked, it looks good from a few perspectives. According to source, this is a 15 inch model have a matte screen and even a lovely displayport.
Samsung Mobile UNPACKED event kicked off in Singapore (as well as in London and Dubai) few hours earlier at the Changi Exhibition Centre, and the Korean manufacturer unveiled their new mobile phones which include the Samsung Jet and new Omnia line-up – Omnia II (I8000), OmniaPRO series (OmniaPRO B7610, OmniaPRO B7320)...
Panasonic had announced its lineup of Class10 SDHC memory cards, capable of faster file transfer with a storage space up to 32GB.
It appears that Samsung’s B7610 Lourve may be the Omnia Pro after all. Based on the looks and the source, it might pack a punch on retail.
Today, Samsung Korea announced two new ”Pop” additions to its S-series line of external hard disks - Sweet Pink and Ocean Blue.
G.Skill today launches the world’s fastest memory, Perfect Storm DDR3 2133 CL9 6GB as well as the retail availability of its Turbulence Fan in black and grey colors.
MSI has announced their new Bravo EX627 which has a 16-inch HD display and features Cinema Pro Technology that claims to offer users the best movie viewing experience.
At the Nokia Connection 2009 event held in Singapore this morning, Nokia announced a number of devices with solutions that can be personalised to connect people in new and better ways. Among the announcements include strengthening developer ecosystem in Asia Pacific to meet diverse requirements of growing user community as well...
A new standard of SD cards will be making its way ready for retail somewhere in 2010, giving you lots more of storage space and faster read/write access. Termed as SDXC (SD Xtended Memory), lets see what it have to offer
Increased costs in Windows 7 as compared to Windows XP may force netbook vendors to consider keeping their Intel Atom N270 and N280-based netbooks to use Windows XP and will not offer upgrades to Windows 7. Here’s more in the full article
Sony’s Vaio P gets a refresh in its internals, making it a tad more attractive thats its previous configurations. Japan’s version will also include a WiMax configuration.