• Silverstone Launches Treasure TS03

    Taipei based SilverStone Technology, well-known for its high performance PC cases, has introduced its Treasure TS03. Read more…

  • Intel Readies X25-V Value SATA SSD

    Intel Corporation has unveiled its X25-V Value SATA SSD, targeting mainstream users on a budget. More details…

  • CoolIT Unveils Freezone Elite V2 CPU Cooler

    CoolIT has announced its Freezone Elite V2 CPU Cooler, a unique combination of thermo-electric parts, air and liquid cooling solution for the CPU. More…

  • XFX Geforce 470/480 Pictures

    Expreview have leaked good quality pictures of XFX’s variant of Nvidia’s upcoming Geforce GTX 400 series cards, as well as the previously seen boxes. More next page

  • [Rumour] Intel to release 3.6 GHz Core i5

    Intel is set to release an update to its current fastest dual-core, the Core i5 670. The new Core i5 680 will feature a 27x multiplier, thus clocking at 3.6 GHz. Price and release dates are not known for certain, though $284 and Q2 2010 are most likely. More...

  • HP Refreshes Pavilion dv3

    HP has announced the refresh of their Pavilion dv3 entertainment notebook PCs, which come with the choice of Intel Pentium and Core i3/15/i7 processors (Quad and Duo Core), as well as Intel HD Graphics and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5450 graphics card. The dv3 will be available end of...

  • Portable Speakers KO: McGear MCSP03 vs. Mobile+ Go Rock

    Nowadays with everything going mobile and portable, many big brands are starting to churn out amplification that’s handy and small for comsumers to hook it up to their handphones, music players and even laptops for that addition omph. Today, we look at two different offerings that are both reasonably...

  • ASUS Readies Server and Workstation Platforms

    ASUS today announced that it is ready to support upcoming 32nm, 6-core processor platforms in its refreshed server and workstation lines. ASUS server motherboards and systems will support Intel(r) Xeon(r) 5600 processors, while its workstation motherboards will be ready for Intel(r) Core(tm) i7 980X and Xeon(r) W3680 processors.

  • Amazon Kindle, Now Compatible With Mac

    Amazon has released a new Kindle for Mac application that allows users to purchase and read electronic books from the retailer’s Kindle store. More features will be added to the application including full text search and highlights.

  • Google collaborates with Intel and Sony on TV Project

    According to online sources, Google is working with Intel and Sony on the development of Internet TVs and set-top boxes. Known as Google TV, it will be based on Android (the smartphone OS).

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 Final Specs & Pricing Revealed

    We have received the final specs for GeForce GTX 480 and 470 which are slated for official launch on March 26th 7pm US time. Coincidentally, an official photo of the GTX 480 has been leaked in our forums here : http://forums.vr-zone.com/news-around-the-web/586418-finally-official-picture-geforce-gtx-480-a.html GeForce GTX 480 : 480 SP, 384-bit, 250W TDP, US$499GeForce...

  • ASUS M4A89 Xtreme Design Motherboards Garner Global Accolades

    ASUS has garnered worldwide media distinction with its leading Core Unlocker innovation-the first intuitive solution for unlocking latent cores on AMD CPUs-that is currently available on ASUS M4A89 Series and AMD 800 chipset-based motherboards. Several premiere media organizations predict Core Unlocker will become a technology standard because of the...

  • BIOSTAR BIO-unlocKING on AMD 8xx chipset

    BIOSTAR MICROTECH INT’L CORP., a professional manufacturer of motherboards today announced “BIO-unlocKING” that supports AMD ACC function on AMD latest 890GX chipset motherboard –“TA890GXE v5.2”; also compatible with upcoming 890FX, 880G and 870 chipset motherboards (TA890FXE, TA890GXB HD, TA880GB HD, TA880G HD, TA870+).

  • Kingston Technology Creates World’s Fastest Memory

    Hsinchu, Taiwan — March 17, 2010 – Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it has developed the fastest Intel-certified memory in the world. Running at 2400MHz, Kingston’s HyperX dual-channel DDR3 memory kit (Kingston part#: KHX2400C9D3T1K2/4GX) gained Intel XMP certification on the Core i7 platform.

  • POWERCOLOR HD5770 Eyefinity 5

    TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, today introduces the first and only graphics solution on the planet: the HD5770 Eyefinity 5. The HD5770 Eyefinity 5 features multi-display eyefinity technology, enables up to 5 monitors to be operated from one card through its five mini displayport onboard...

  • USB 3.0 thumb drives will have to wait

    The USB 3.0 specification has been out for a while already, and manufacturers of USB devices are slowly moving to the new standard, but thumb drives seem to be left out of this race. And why is this so? Read on for more information.

  • Samsung Upgrades Galaxy Spica Smartphone

    The Samsung Galaxy Spica was announced in November last year, and recently, the korean maker has introduced an upgraded version of the Galaxy Spica phone that features enhanced user experience as well as multimedia and messaging functionality.

  • ASUS PR: P7F7-E WS SuperComputer Motherboard Leverages the Latest I/O Innovations

    ASUS today announced the launch of the new ASUS P7F7-E WS SuperComputer motherboard which maximizes transmission speeds by integrating the industry’s latest I/O technologies such as USB 3.0, SATA 6G storage interface, and IEEE 1394b FireWire standard. Additionally, the ASUS P7F7-E WS SuperComputer is equipped with the LGA1156 socket...

  • ASUS Announces Designo Series LCD Monitors

    ASUS has introduced their new line-up of Designo LCD displays that have stylish designs and support high definition (HD) video viewing. The LS246H is the latest addition and feature 50,000:1 contrast ratio, 2ms response time and Full HD 1080p resolution.

  • Windows 7 SP1: coming soon to a PC near you?

    Even though Microsoft has been doing a very good job keeping quiet about any upcoming service packs for its new Windows 7 operating system, it seems that leaks just keep slipping out of the Redmond giant. But the bigger question is, when will the expected service pack reach beta...