DFI today launched the LANParty BI G41-T33 board for consumers demand high performance for a low price. This board uses Intel G41+ICH7 chipset supporting dual-channel DDR3 800/1066 memory, Intel GMA X4500 integrated graphics, DFI ABS II that automatically upgrades your CPU. Price : US$89
Samsung Korea has introduced two new models to their PL-Series compact digital cameras – P55 and PL70. Both cameras are easy to use, boasts 12.2-megapixel rating, 5x optical zoom, and trendy design.
Sources have indicate an update to Intel’s processor lineup. Exciting as we will get to see a slew of notebook-based Clarksfield CPUs, new CPUs for ultra-thin notebooks and of course, desktop-based Lynnfield CPUs and several server CPUs. All of this are supposed to happen just this year.
Speculations have mentioned that the upcoming Blackberry 9550 is most possibly the Storm 2 and the specifications have been given a quick rundown.
At the Samsung UNPACKED event (as well as Communicasia 2009) in Singapore, Samsung has unveiled their new range of Omnia mobile phones including the Omnia II. The maker has recently announced the availability of the Omnia II as well as the i8910 HD (or Omnia HD).
NEC Asia has announced their new NP Installation Series projectors designed for corporate boardrooms, lecture halls and public display environments. One notable feature is their stacking capability; up to four projectors can be used to boost an image’s brightness up to 20,000 lumens, which is ideal for larger-sized screens and environments with heavy ambient light.
This has nothing to do with football, if that’s your first question. But if you think you are fast at texting, the LG Mobile WorldCup is looking for the world’s fastest texter. 16 countries will be taking part and the finals will be in US, in November.
ASUS has announced their new T1 series TV monitors designed for users to enjoy HDTV broadcasts and Full HD Blu-ray movie playback. Comes in 22-, 24- and 27-inch sizes, the T1 series are equipped with built-in TV tuners and features 20000:1 contrast ratio for amazing image quality.
MSI has recently expanded their line of notebook PCs with the new “Classic” series. At press time, the series comprises of 14-inch CR400, the 16-inch CX600 and CR600, and the 17.3-inch CX700 and CR700, designed with elegant design and superior performance for the mobile users.
Google has announced the My Location feature in Google Maps being available now on desktop or laptop computers. My Location allows user to find out their approximate location on the map as denoted by a blue dot. Check it out.
Manli, a Hong Kong manufacturer and supplier of graphics card, motherboard, netbooks and other peripherals/components, has recently announced their new M1 series netbook designed with good performance and affordable price tag.
ASUS officially launched the Xtreme Design series motherboards today to rival Gigabyte’s Ultra Durable 3 which is enjoying some success in the market. ASUS P6TD Deluxe, a X58 chipset based board is one of the first motherboard based on the Xtreme Design DNA. ASUS touts Xtreme Design as No. 1 Performance (Xtreme Phase, TurboV and Turbo Key), No.1 Safety (Anti-EMI) and
The Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector was showcased at the CES Show in early January, in Las Vegas. And it was just recent that the manufacturer has launched the product in Europe (or to be more precise, Germany). No news as to whether this sleek projector/PMP will be available in Asia or US yet.
Nokia has recently announced the new 3720 classic which claims to be the company’s most rugged phone to date. It is built to resist water, dust and shock which is great to bring along to the beach or construction site. Other features include 2.2-inch display, microSD card slot, LED flashlight and preloaded with Nokia Maps.
The ASUS thin and light U and UX series notebook PCs were announced earlier in May, and the good news is, the U20 (12.1-inch) and UX30 (13.3-inch) will be reaching our shores in August.
If you are a digital-SLR user who enjoys consecutive shooting and video recording, you would enjoy great performance with the new Transcend CF cards. The 600x cards claim to operate in quad-channel mode using Ultra DMA (UDMA) 6, the fastest speed available for flash cards, and boast fast transfer speeds of up to 92MB/s read and 87MB/s write.
Google has recently announced a new project which will surface as an operating system designed for netbooks. The Google Chrome Operating System (which is an extension to their existing Chrome browser) will be open source and according to Google, the netbooks preinstalled with Chrome OS will be available in the second half of 2010. According
NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce G 210 and GT 220 40nm GPUs seem to be on-track for a smooth launch with images of NVIDIA reference design cards appearing on the web. Featuring half-height low-profile PCBs and single slot coolers, it does say a bit about its thermal and power properties.
Sharp has recently announced the addition of a new line of LCD TV, the AQUOS LED, which comes with a Full-Array LED backlight system that provides more uniform colours and brightness onscreen.
Sony Singapore has unveiled their new HDR-CX520 Handycam Camcorder which can capture Full High-Definition (1920×1080) video and images of up to 12-megapixel resolution. Other features include 64GB internal memory, Advanced Optical SteadyShot (Active Mode) with 3-way Shake-Canceling, and advanced Smile Shutter with Face Touch function.