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  • Panasonic announces new Blu-ray players

    Panasonic has recently announced their new Blu-ray player lineup which include DMP-BD60, DMP-BD80 and DMP-BD70V. The new players feature enhanced networking functions, including VIERA Cast’s improved internet functionality for fast access to Amazon VOD’s huge selection of titles.

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250

    The latest product of NVIDIA’s renaming spree is the GTS 250, previously known as the 9800GTX+. Is this just another ploy by NVIDIA to push old parts on unsuspecting consumers?

  • IT Show 2009 Coverage

    Yes. The long-awaited IT Show 2009 is back, at the Suntec City Convention Centre (12th to 15 March). VR Zone went to check out on the first day and here’s the brief reporting…

  • Dassault Systèmes endorses first 3DVIA Virtools

    Dassault Systèmes today announced its endorsement of the first 3DVIA Virtools course in Singapore. New York University Tisch School of the Arts Asia will be offering the “3D Interactive Studio Using Virtools” workshop from March 24 to 28. The five-day course is aimed at training the growing community of Dassault Systèmes’ 3DVIA Virtools users in

  • MSI VR430

    MSI has introduced yet another notebook to its V-series lineup. The new VR430 boasts AMD Turion X2 (or choice of Sempron) mobile processor, up to 4GB memory, 14.1-inch LCD display and weighs 2.2kg.

  • Buffalo Announces Stylish External 2.5inch HDD Made for Women

    (Akihabara News) Seems like Buffalo is trying to attract the female consumers. Recently announced by Buffalo is the new HD-PEU2-RD 2.5″ external hard disk with capacities ranging from 250GB to 500GB. Now ladies, are you attracted by the slick design?

  • Habey’s Atom HTPC Capable Of 1080p

    Engadget reports that Habey’s HTPC which is powered by Intel Atom N270 but yet capable of playing 1080p videos, thanks to a potent hardware decoder that can supposedly handle 1080p content and even Blu-ray videos.

  • New Apple Ipod Shuffle Gets Smaller Physically, Bigger In Storage

    Doubling in capacity to 4GB but getting smaller in physical size, Engadget reports that the new Ipod Shuffle has got smaller in size, keeps the clip and ditches the wheel. Also a new feature known as the VoiceOver is being added.

  • Toshiba’s NB100H / HF Netbook Review

    Impress has done Toshiba’s latest netbook – the NB100 series (NB100H and HF) and will be expected to retail this month. Prices of these netbooks will cost around 65,000 yen (S$1005). Lets dive into the specifications of these netbooks in the next page.

  • A-DATA Debuts New SSD with Improved Performance

    Engadget reports that A-DATA has announced a new 2.5″ SATA II SSD 300 Plus, a next generation Solid State Drive with increased performance. By how much you say ? Lets check it out.

  • Galaxy Preparing a Self Designed GTX 285 2GB Card

    GALAXY is preparing its new custom design addition to the GTX285 series: GTX285 2GB. It features a core speed of 648MHz on its 0.8ns GDDR3 memory with a 512bit interface. The cooling system is equipped with Arctic Cooling with 5 heat pipes and 3 PWM fans at 2000 RPM. The card comes with a digital

  • USB 3.0 Test Spec to Be Released in June 2009

    Tech-On Japan reports that USB 3.0 will be formulated as early as the first half of 2009. Compatibility tests will begin as early as the second half of 2009 and USB 3.0-compatible end products certified by USB-IF are expected to debut in 2010.

  • Sharkoon FireGlider Gaming Mouse Unveiled

    Sharkoon has added a new laser mouse to its Rush series. The FireGlider Gaming Mouse has a glossy flame design featuring 6 programmable buttons, weight tuning system, non-slip black thumb pad and Teflon mouse feet. Its ADNS-6010 sensor has a maximum resolution of 3600 DPI (7080 fps) and can handle acceleration speeds of up to 20 Gs. Available immediately from authorized retailers for

  • Motorola introduces MOTOSURF A3100 in Singapore

    Today, Motorola announces their new MOTOSURF A3100 touchscreen smart phone in Singapore which is designed for both work and entertainment and help you to stay connected. Check it out.

  • InFocus partners Icron to enhance USB connectivity of projectors

    InFocus has announced the partnership with Icron Technologies to enhance users’ connectivity options for InFocus’ DisplayLink™-enabled projectors. With the new DisplayLink Extender modules, you can have your DisplayLink™-enabled projectors installed at up to 100 meters away from your PC or MAC.

  • Software Upgrade for Sony Ericsson C905

    Great news for existing Sony Ericsson C905 owners. The manufacturer has provided a free C905 Cyber-shot™ software upgrade to provide new features for your phone, including Smile Shutter™ and YouTube.

  • Solidata’s P2, a 2.5″ SSD with IDE interface

    (Impress) Solidata has launched their new “P2″ – a 2.5″ Flash SSD that comes with an IDE interface. The current lineup models are of 64GB and 32GB versions. A quick look at the specifications reveal the following.

  • LG’s Latest 3G Phones- Cookie

    Akibahara News report LG’s latest 3G phone – Cooky (LG-SU910/KU9100/LU9100) comes packed with many interesting features which even includes a popular game – “Cooking Mama”.

  • Thanko’s Headphone MP3 Player

    (Akibahara News) This stylish headphones by Thanko is not just your normal headphones but rather, it comes with a built in MP3 player. Versatile and compact, no more worries of your mp3 player dropping out of your pockets or having an uneasy feeling of a strapped player while running. Lets look at the specifications.

  • Japanese ‘Mimi Switch’ allows remote control through facial expression

    Kazuhiro Taniguchi of Osaka University has invented a earphones-like gadget that allows users to remote control their electronic devices with just that facial expression. How cool is that?