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  • Asus Eee Keyboard Gets Launch Date & Price

    After a pretty long wait for its launch date and its retail price, it seems like sources are shedding light on the information. More info after the break

  • ASUS P6X58D Premium: The World’s First USB3.0 Certified Motherboard

    The ASUS P6X58D Premium motherboard has become the first motherboard to be officially certified by the USB Implementation Forum (USB-IF) to support USB 3.0 features. The P6X58D Premium is built on the Intel® X58 chipset and the Intel® LGA 1366 socket. It also supports the upcoming 32nm 6-Core CPU.

  • Turtle Beach Unleashes Amigo II USB Sound Card

    Turtle Beach Amigo II Turtle Beach has unveiled the Audio Advantage Amigo II USB Sound Card, adding on to its Audio Advantage line-up of USB audio adapters. Read more…

  • Google Officially Announces Nexus One Phone

    Yes, its official. Google has launched their Nexus One Android-powered phone which could pit against Apple’s iPhone. It features 3.7-inch OLED display, 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and runs the latest Android 2.1 OS. The standard host of applications such as Gmal, Google Maps would be included though you can also get more from the app store.

  • Toshiba unveils NB300 series netbooks

    Toshiba’s latest netbooks came in the form of NB300 series which promise all day computing with up to 11 hours battery life, with great design and usability. The NB300 features a 10.1-inch LED backlight display, the latest Intel Atom processor, full-sized keyboards, and a large Multi touchpad with gesture support.

  • VIA Group Announces USB 3.0 Hub Controller

    VIA VL810 SuperSpeed Hub Taipei based VIA Technologies has launched the VIA VL810 SuperSpeed Hub Controller, the world’s first “integrated single chip solution that supports the higher transfer rates of the new USB 3.0 specification”. More details next page…

  • Skiff and Sprint collaborate to launch Skiff e-Reader

    Ebook readers are getting very popular that Skiff and Sprint have collaborated and come up with the Skiff e-Reader. The reader not only supports e-books, but also magazines and newspapers. But most notably, it has a huge 11.5-inch display with 1200×1600 (UXGA) resolution.

  • Does Size Really Matters?

    The current PC market sees a rise in demand for M-ITX solutions. But with the with ATX and M-ATX motherboards already flooded in the market , will going small means you have to sacrifice in performance? Read on to find out more.

  • Samsung expands netbook offerings

    Samsung Korea has introduced their new netbooks just few days into the new year 2010 -  N210, N220, N150 and NB30. The netbooks feature a slim form factor, stylish design and an anti-reflective 10.1-inch LED display. Equipped with Intel Atom N450 processor, they promise adequate performance and improved battery life for the mobile users.

  • HTC To Get Touch Tablets On Chrome & Android OS ?

    With so many touch sensitive devices around, HTC gets its share of “rumors” on a possible tablet sized “PC” that will prolly run on Android or Chrome OS. 

  • Nikon launches “Discover Nikon” Facebook fanpage

    Nikon has recently announced the relaunch of their “Discover Nikon” and bring it to Facebook and Twitter. The manufacturer aims to let its fans and photographers discover the passion and inspiration that underlies beautiful images, through interacting more closely with Nikon and other photographers. Read on for the official release

  • Acer “Pine trail” Netbooks First Look

    Acer’s lineup of “Pinetrail” netbooks were revealed some time ago but was officially announced by Acer just recently. Lets see what Acer’s netbooks have to offer.

  • New Blu-ray Standard Could Pave For Bigger Sized Discs

    Still not satisfied with the 25GB single layer blu-ray disc and finding not enough ? Well it seems that Sony and Panasonic’s R&D are working on ways to create bigger sized discs Read on for the juice

  • Xigmatek Readies Utgard Tower Chassis

    Taipei based Xigmatek is ready to unveil the Utgard, a black mid- tower case featuring nine 5.25” drive bays, a top side panel with two eSATA,  four USB 2.0 ports, audio connectors and built-in fan controller. Read more…

  • Thermaltake Announces Element V nVidia Edition Chassis

    Thermaltake will be unveiling its Element V nVidia Edition Chassis at CES2010 next week. Read more…

  • A-DATA Launches N002 Combo Flash Drive

    A-DATA, world’s 2nd biggest vendor of DRAM Modules, has announced the N002 Combo Flash Drive, aimed at users who transfer vast amounts of data frequently. Read more…

  • UNITEK SATA USB 3.0 Converter

    Unitek SATA USB 3.0 Converter E-tailer Brando (usb.brando.com) is selling the UNITEK SATA USB 3.0 Converter (Y-1034), a nifty device that adds USB 3.0 connectivity to SATA HDDs/SSDs. Read more..

  • Huntkey Unveils X7 900W PSU

    Huntkey Enterprise Group has announced the X7 900W PSU, targeting gamers and enthusiasts. Read more…

  • YouTube may offer interactive games

    Interactive games on videos? Yes, that may be in the pipeline. Google is seen trying to patent a way to provide interactive games based on digital videos using services like YouTube or Google Videos.

  • MSI to showcase new Wind Top All-in-One PC and Wind Box mini PC at CES

    MSI will be showcasing their latest Wind Top AP1920 All-in-One PC and Wind Box DE220 and Wind Box DC500 Mini PCs at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Read on for the new release.