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  • Crucial Unveils RealSSD C300

    Crucial RealSSD C300 Crucial has announced the RealSSD C300 SSDs, targeting hardcore enthusiasts. Read more…

  • Sharkoon Launches Rush Outplay Mouse Pad

    Sharkoon Rush Outplay Mouse Pad German based Sharkoon Technology has announced the Rush Outplay gaming mouse pad, expanding its “Rush” product series for gamers. More next page…

  • GlacialTech Unleashes IceLight Series

    GlacialTech IceLight GlacialTech has announced the IceLight series of chassis fans, targeting modding enthusiasts. More…

  • Corsair Launches Reactor and Nova SSDs

    Nova 64Gb SSD Corsair has unveiled the Reactor and Nova series of 2.5” SATA II SSDs, adding on to its line-up of high performance storage solutions. Read more…

  • GlacialTech Announces IcePad

    GlacialTech IcePad GlacialTech, manufacturer of cooling solutions for laptops and PC, has unveiled the IcePad series of laptop coolers. More details…

  • Internet Security Shootout

    Choosing an antivirus for your computer system is kinda like choosing an Insurer. How do you go about making the selection? Check out the contenders – ESET Smart Security 4, Symantec Norton Internet Security 2010 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 as I uncover their strong points and weak points. I won’t be testing scanning (Antivirus)

  • First Windows Phone 7 series Partner Device Unveiled

    The first Windows 7 Phone series partner phone have been unveiled in the latest episode of The Endgadget Show. No doubt you will know who it is by looking at the picture above. More details after the break.

  • Nvidia: Leaked GTX 400 prices illegitimate

    Following several recent leaks of Geforce GTX 400 series prices, Nvidia have responded, stating: “NVIDIA and our launch partners have not released pricing or pre-order information yet. Any Web sites claiming to be taking pre-orders should not be considered legitimate.” The price rumours pegged the Geforce GTX 470 at $499, with the GTX 480 rumours

  • Nvidia: Mainstream Fermi in “mid-part of the year”

    While Nvidia’s is releasing its high end Geforce GTX 400 series products on March 26th, possibly a paper launch, David White, CFO of Nvidia, is already talking about the mainstream derivatives of Fermi. “Fermi will show up as the GeForce and Tesla first and it will definitely show up first in the highest-performance configuration. Sometime

  • Review: LG SL90 LED TV

    Compared to the conventional LCD TVs, LED TVs claim to offer higher colour saturation and contrast ratio to make your movie viewing experience better. We managed to get LG’s latest SL90 LED HDTV in for this review and see how breath-taking it really is.

  • Chieftec Rolls Out USB 3.0 Enclosures

    Chieftec is going to introduce the CEB-25S-U3 and CEB-35S-U3 USB 3.0 enclosures at CeBIT. More…

  • Nexus Unleashes VCT-9000 CPU Cooler

    Nexus  VCT-9000 Nexus Technology has announced the “tri-step” VCT-9000 CPU cooler, targeting over-clocking enthusiasts. More next page…

  • A-DATA Launches New USB 3.0 Solutions

    A-DATA N002 Taipei based A-DATA Technology, the world’s 2nd largest vendor of DRAM Modules, is unveiling its latest USB 3.0 products at CeBIT 2010. Read more…

  • AIB partners haven’t received Geforce GTX 400 reference designs

    A Digitimes report claims that several AIB partners have reported that Nvidia still haven’t sent them complete reference designs for the Geforce GTX 400 series. The March 26th date was always expected to be a paper launch, so this news should come as no surprise. Widespread availability is expected in May, at the earliest, with

  • [Rumour] Geforce GTX 400 Series details (Performance, pricing, etc.)

    Turkish website DonanimHaber have got their hands on more information about Nvidia’s much anticipated (and much delayed) Geforce GTX 400 series. First off, the Geforce GTX 470 will end up 20-25% faster than the previous-generation Geforce GTX 285. That would put it somewhere between the Radeon HD 5850 and the Radeon HD 5870. Unfortunately, the

  • ATI Radeon HD 5830 Release Round-up

    ATI completed its ambitious four GPUs in six months schedule with clinical precision early this month. Since then, the priority has been to fill in the gaps of the current Radeon HD 5000 series line-up. The biggest hole, by far, was the space between the $170 Radeon HD 5770 and the $300 Radeon HD 5850.

  • Apple Aperture 3 Now Available In Singapore

    Apple recently announced their new Aperture 3 photo editing and management software that comes with more than 200 features for Mac users. Today, Apple Singapore held a small media session and demonstrated some of the features of Aperture 3. The software only runs on Intel Core 2 Duo and higher, and the 64-bit version will run on

  • AMP Releases 32Gb Animal Flash Drives

    AMP has released 32Gb versions of Panda, Penguin and Polar Bear flash-drives, adding on to its endangered species family of USB drives. Read more…

  • Canon Powershot A490 10MP Budget Compact Review

    Its been a year since Canon released their Powershot A480 budget compact camera, and now they have updated the line with Powershot A490, with a curvier body and supporting the upcoming SDXC format memory card. So lets take a picturesque tour to find out more about this new Powershot baby.

  • [Rumour] All ATI Radeon HD 5830 to be non-reference

    As evidenced by all the leaked pictures of the Radeon HD 5830, each vendor gave its HD 5830 its own distinctive look. The latest rumours suggest that ATI have indeed given AIB partners full freedom to create their own reference design, right at launch. This comes as a stark contrast to recent criticism that ATI