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  • Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific unveils new LifeBooks

    This afternoon, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific launched their latest ‘winter collection’ of Lifebooks, which consists of LifeBook T4410, P3110, P3010, P8110 and the highlight of the collection, the new UH900.

  • Corsair launches Dominator GTX 2250MHz DDR3 Memory

    Corsair today announced the launch of its new Dominator GTX ultra-high performance DDR3 memory modules for Intel and AMD platforms, individually screened and tested on multiple Intel X58 and P55 chipset platforms to ensure that they operate at the incredible frequency of 2250MHz at 8-8-8-24 at 1.65V. Availability will be extremely limited and will be launched

  • Englide Releases N.Zero Case Fans

    n.zero hydro 80 Hungary-based Englide, a relatively new player in the cooling arena, has launched its n.zero hydro series of case fans. Read more…

  • Cogage Prepping Arrow CPU Cooler for Launch

    Arrow CPU Cooler Cogage, a spinoff subsidiary of Thermalright, is readying the Arrow CPU Cooler for release.  Measuring 147 x 123 x 160mm and weighing 825g, the nickel plated Arrow has a pure copper base, four 8mm heatpipes, and “arrow” shaped aluminum fins. Read more…

  • Sharkoon Unveils USB-LAN adapters

    USB LANPort 400 Connected to 4 Flash Drives German based Sharkoon Technologies has launched the USB LANPort 100 and LANPort 400. These compact USB-LAN adapters allow the connection of USB devices like flash drives, printers, external HDD etc to a LAN. Read more…

  • Evercool Launches Zodiac II Notebook Cooler

    Zodiac II Star Light Taipei based Evercool has unveiled the Zodiac II Notebook Cooler, targeting laptop and netbook users. Read more…

  • Blackberry Bold, now in White at Starhub outlets on 5 Dec

    It could be because of the festive season that Research in Motion (RIM) has come up with a white version of the Blackberry Bold. If you can’t wait for the new Bold, or don’t like the black finish, maybe you can consider this white one instead. (In our minds, shouldn’t it be called a ‘Whiteberry’ then? Hmm.)

  • Street View comes to Google Maps Singapore

    If you are using Google Map Singapore this morning, you might notice a new feature that comes in a yellow person icon. Yes, the Street View that was launched in 2007 is now available here, featuring 360-degree views of street level imagery. Check it out on maps.google.com.sg/streetview

  • Samsung introduces 2 glamorous ‘Diva’ phones for the ladies

    Samsung Korea has announced the Diva (S7070) and Diva folder (S5150), designed for female fashionistas and luxurious mobile phone users. Both phones have beautiful embossed quilted back covers and offers exceptional features to suit the ladies.

  • ZiiLABS Announces TRINITY Smart Phone Platform

    Today, ZiiLABS announced the TRINITY, a 3.5G/4G smart phone and development platform that supports Android™ and native Linux®-based Plaszma™ OS. The concept phone sports a 3.1-inch OLED capacitive display (480×800) and features a mini HDMI port for 1080p High Definition video output. Read on for the full release.

  • Project Crunchpad Aborted

    In July, a 12-inch web tablet was announced by a Singapore company with Michael Arrington, a blogger for TechCrunch. Called Crunchpad, the Linux-based tablet was scheduled to be released in November, but sadly, recent news reported that the product will not be making its entrance into the market.

  • Cooler Master Preps Excalibur Fan For Launch

    Excalibur 120mm Cooler Master is ready to launch the Excalibur 120mm case fan, adding on to its lineup of high performance case fans for enthusiasts. Read more…

  • Gigabyte Readies ODIN PLUS PSU for Launch

    Odin Plus Series Gigabyte, well known amongst enthusiasts for its performance motherboards, is preparing the environmentally friendly Odin Plus series of power supplies for launch. Read more…

  • Nokia 6760 Slide is now available

    The Nokia 6760 Slide was announced in July and bears the resemblence to the Nokia Surge in US. For those looking to get this phone, the wait is over. It will be commercially available from this week.

  • Spire Releases TherMax Eclipse CPU Cooler

    Spire’s TherMax Eclipse Spire has launched the TherMax Eclipse CPU cooler, building on the success of its predecessor, the TherMax. Measuring 131 × 70 × 152 mm, the black coated TherMax Eclipse features five 8mm copper U-shaped direct touch heat-pipes, 46 “stamped” aluminium fins and pre applied BlueFrost thermal compound on its base. Read more…

  • Thermaltake Launches V3 Black Edition Mid-Tower PC Chassis

    Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Mid-Tower PC Case Thermaltake, well-known amongst enthusiasts for its high performance thermal solutions and PC cases, has unveiled the V3 Black Edition PC case, aimed at budget-conscious users. Read more…

  • Nikon D3S on sale now

    In October, Nikon announced the D3S digital SLR camera which boasts 12.1-megapixel rating and video recording at 24 frames per second with autofocus. From today, you can now own one. The D3S is now available at S$7,888 at all authorized retailers.

  • Toshiba announced HD Camileo camcorders

    Toshiba has announced their new line of High Definition camcorders, with two models – S10 and P30. Both camcorders allow users to capture HD videos in H.264 format, and still photos at 8-megapixel resolution.

  • SITEX 2009 Coverage

    The annual SITEX 2009 Consumer IT Exhibition is here! From 26th to 29th November (11am to 9pm) at the Singapore Expo – Hall 5, 6 and Foyer2; check out the good deals from hardware, gadgets, home entertainment and games.

  • Maxpoint Announces Keysonic KSK-3200 RF Keyboard

    Keysonic KSK-3200 RF Keyboard Maxpoint, leading and international operating producer and importer of innovative IT-peripherals headquartered in Ahrensburg near Hamburg, has unveiled the Keysonic KSK-3200 RF Keyboard. Read more…