• COMPUTEX: Nvidia Geforce GTX 460 Specs/Release leaked

    Bit-tech have revealed details about GF104, to be branded GTX 460. Rumoured to be everything between a crippled GF100, Fermi 2, to GF100 derivative, it seems that GTX 460 is going to be based on GF104, a derivative part. At first glance, the GTX 460 seems like GTX 480...

  • Transcend Presents DMP10 High Definition Media Player

    Transcend recently introduced their first High Definition media player that comes in the form of DMP10. The DMP10 boasts DTS and Dolby Digital audio decoding, as well as Full HD 1920×1080 H.264/AVC and VC-1 video decoding, and it alos offers HDMI 1.3, S/PDIF digital connection and USB ports for connecting...

  • VR-Zone Exclusive: Retail Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3 Unboxed

    Gigabyte has been very aggressive marketing SuperSpeed USB 3.0 of late, offering the new USB standard on at least one model for every chipset. The Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3 is one of Gigabyte’s first few performance Mini-ITX offerings. It is also the first Mini-ITX mainboard to come with SuperSpeed USB onboard.

  • COMPUTEX 2010: GIGABYTE Technology Seminar

    VR-Zone.com finds itself back in TAIPEI 101, to attend the GIGABYTE Technology Seminar. Find out more about GIGABYTE mainboards, Unlocked Power, HotKey OC, Cloud OC, and 3x USB Power.

  • Sony Unveils NEX-5 and NEX-3 Interchangeable Lens Cameras

    Sony Singapore today unveiled their new NEX-5 and NEX-3 which claim to be the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable lens digital cameras. Both cameras will be available this month with competitive price tags. Read on for more info.

  • AMD Ontario in H1 2011

    Ontario joins Llano as the second Fusion product to begin sampling to AMD’s customers. AMD’s GM, Rick Bergman, states that Ontario and the Brazos platform is being demonstrated behind closed doors at Computex. It is on schedule for release sometime in the first half of 2011. More details…

  • COMPUTEX: AMD demonstrates Fusion

    AMD’s Fusion project has been nearly four years in the making. Ever since AMD merged with ATI, we have been hearing of a CPU merged with a GPU. AMD later went on to term this an APU – Accelerated Processing Unit. Following years of delays, AMD is finally demonstrating...

  • COMPUTEX 2010: Of 3D TVs, eBook readers, PCs and more

    Who says that COMPUTEX has to be all about enthusiast-level gadgets and peripherals? VR-Zone takes a trip down to the exhibitions halls over at TWTC and TICC to bring you some of the latest consumer electronics up on display. Of course, some of these will probably never see the...

  • Logitech Mouse M100 Gives Comfortable Control

    Logitech Singapore has recently announced the M100 mouse that claims to provide users with comfortable, reliable control of their computer. It suits both left and right-handed and can work even on glass surface.

  • COMPUTEX: Galaxy demonstates dual-GPU GTX 470

    Galaxy have what is the hottest, most complex graphics card ever built at Computex. We have known for a long while that an official dual-GF100 card would be impossible, but Galaxy have gone ahead and created a truly insane card. The card is a 12 inches long dual-GF100 monster,...

  • COMPUTEX 2010: Sapphire HD 5770 Eyefinity 4 Card Exposed

    Sapphire has a rather interesting Eyefinity demo in a private room today that hooks up 4 monitors simultaneously running DiRT 2. The  card is the Sapphire HD 5770 Eyefinity 4 Edition that has 4 display outputs; 2 x DVI, 1 x HDMI and 1 x DisplayPort. Therefore, this card has the ability to run...

  • COMPUTEX 2010: 3DMark 11 Deep Sea Demo @ MSI

    It is certainly pleasing to check out the 3DMark 11 Deep Sea demo running in real-time over at MSI booth today. MSI is the only motherboard maker granted exclusively by Futuremark to run this demo in Computex. The reason is, of course, MSI being their main sponsor for the...

  • Panasonic Presents ‘eco ideas’ Declaration 2010 and 2018 Vision

    Panasonic Asia Pacific held an event at the Marina Bay Sands Convention this morning to present their ‘eco ideas’ declaration and also the company’s vision to become the number one Green Innovation company in the electronics industry by 2018.

  • Sonos ZonePlayer S5 Debuts in Singapore

    Audiophiles may have heard of Sonos, a consumer electronics company from Santa Barbara, California. Tat Chuan Acoustic, the distributor for Sonos, has announced the availability of the high performance audio products including the wireless multi-room sound system ZonePlayer S5 will be available here in Singapore.

  • LG Launches New Town Series Smartphones, GT350 Is First Model

    LG Korea has announced their new Town series smartphones, which are designed specifically for social networking. The LG Town GT350 is the first model in the series that sports a QWERTY keypad, Wi-Fi connectivity, 2-megapixel camera and 3-inch display.

  • COMPUTEX 2010: TWTC NANGANG Exhibition Hall Preview

    It might have been a lazy Monday afternoon for some, but VR-Zone was at the exhibition grounds to see what goes on before the exhibition is open. Join us as we take a quick peek of the TWTC NANGANG Exhibition Hall showgrounds at COMPUTEX 2010.

  • Insights from the Inside: BitFenix Colossus & Survivor Chassis Previewed

    We make a trip to BitFenix Design Labs to take a look at their chassis development. Get peeks of their upcoming Colossus and Survivor chassis inside.

  • COMPUTEX 2010: International Press Conference and New Product Previews

    With COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2010 kicking off tomorrow, organisers have gathered the press for a proper address. Find out more about COMPUTEX 2010 with today’s International Press Conference.

  • Nvidia Geforce GTX 465 Roundup

    Hot on the heels of accusations of (more) unethical tactics from Nvidia, the GTX 465 is finally here. A poorly kept secret, the GTX 465 has been previewed and even available at e-tailers well before release date. Not surprisingly, there are no major surprises with this release. In terms...

  • Make 3G Skype Call On Your iPhone

    The new version of Skype for iPhone is out. This means that users can now make free Skype-to-Skype calls via their 3G connection. However, the company intends to introduce a charge for such service from September.