• Logitech G35 surround sound headset

    At the CES show, Logitech unveiled their new G-series peripherals for PC gaming which include the G19 keyboard, G9x laser mouse and G35 surround sound headset. Today, the maker announces that the G35 will be locally available in early April at SGD199.

  • Albatron Plans 9500GT PCIe x1 Card For SFF/HTPC

    Albatron has a neat little PCI Express x1 graphics card based on GeForce 9500 GT GPU clocked at 550MHz core, 1375MHz shader and 1400MHz memory. Previously, we saw several graphics card makers coming out with PCIe x1 solution and it proves pretty popular among some users who lack a x16 slot most often in...

  • Female Robot to Walk the Catwalk in Tokyo

    The developers at Japanese National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology have created a robot that can move, walk and have facial expressions. And it will be walking down the catwalk during a fashion show in Tokyo next week.

  • Bang & Olufsen unveils 40-inch BeoVision 8 LCD TV

    Bang & Olufsen has recently introduced a new 40-inch model in their BeoVision 8 series LCD TV which looks extremely stylish. The LCD TV is capable of Full HD (1920×1080) and boasts 6ms response time, 100Hz refresh rate, 500cd/m2 brightness and 3000:1 contrast ratio. There is no word on the pricing, but you can expect it to be...

  • Audio Technica’s New PSP & DSi Headphones

    (Akibahara News) Audio Technica will be releasing its lineup of headphones for the PSP and the DSi in April. Lets take a closer look

  • Sapphire’s Radeon HD 48xx VAPOR-X Series by Mid March

    Sapphire Japan has confirmed that its Vapor-X line up HD Radeon 4870 and 4850 is set to retail around Mid-March. Details are as follows.

  • Lenovo Leaks Pocket Yoga Netbook Pics

    Engadget reports that pictures of Lenovo’s mysterious netbook – Pocket Yoga has been circulating around the net. With its existance confirmed, what are the features we can expect from the netbook ?

  • ECS Unveils G43T-M3 Board for Digital Home Setups

    ECS today unveils the latest G43T-M3 motherboard supporting H.264/VC-1/MPEG-2 HD content decoding for digital home entertainment. This board is powered by Intel G43 Express chipset with GMA X4500 which includes built-in support for HD video decoding.  The board comes with PCIe x16 slot for discrete graphics, 12 USB 2.0 ports and 6 SATA...

  • HP TouchSmart tx2

    The HP TouchSmart tx2 is the latest multi-touch consumer notebook PC that allows you to navigate and access your programs via the touchscreen display. Read on to see how good it is.

  • DFI DK P55-T3eH6 Board First Look

    DFI didn’t managed to showcase their P55 board over at CeBIT so here’s a sneak peek at it. The board comes with 6 phase full digital PWM, Dual channel DDR3, 8 SATA/ 14 USB 2.0 prots, 3 PCI Express x16 slots, Debug LED/ Power/reset buttons, Clear CMOS switch, 7. ALC889 HD audio as well as eSATA.

  • Japan: Iriver E50 Metal

    (Iriver Japan) Iriver will be launching their E50 Metal in Japan on 20th March, this little sexy player is gonna pack a punch. Here’s why…

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • Kingston Technology Boosts Memory Shipments in 2008

    Kingston announced that in 2008, it achieved a record 41-percent increase in total memory units shipped over 2007 volume. Despite the drop in overall revenue, Kingston posted substantial increases in unit volume in all product lines: Flash memory, Branded memory, ValueRAM® industry-standard memory and HyperX® for gamers and enthusiasts....