• Garmin and ASUS co-op to create Garmin-ASUS mobile phones

    Garmin and ASUS have announced a joint development for location-centric mobile phones. The original Garmin nüvifone that was announced in 2008 will be re-branded as the Garmin-Asus nüvifone G60 (as shown above) and expected to be available in the first half of 2009.

  • Qimonda Unveils Smallest 2Gb DDR3 Chips

    Qimonda AG today announced first functional modules based on the smallest 2 Gigabit memory chip ever announced. The new 2 Gigabit DDR3 DRAM is based on Qimonda’s leading 46nm Buried Wordline technology and has a die size of less than 55mm². Qimonda originally intended to start commercial production of the...

  • Nvidia GT218 Card & Specs Surfaced

    VR-Zone managed to score a GT218 card drawing which should give us an idea how the actual card might look like. Nvidia is working on the entry level GT218 cards currently and we will probably see some samples during CeBIT in March and a launch in April. GT218 is the first 40nm based GPU from Nvidia...

  • Wacom DTU-1931A

    Wacom has introduced their new 19-inch interactive pen display, DTU-1931A, designed for education, healthcare and business. With the DTU-1931A, you can create handwritten notes, sketches, drawings and even mind maps easily.

  • Nikon announces 8 new COOLPIX cameras

    Today, Nikon announces eight new digital compact cameras, expanding on their COOLPIX portfolio. They are the COOLPIX S230, S220, S630, S620, L100, L20, L19 and P90.

  • MSI Put 9cm Fan on HD 4870 Cards

    MSI has unveiled the R4870-MD1G and R4870-MD512 graphics cards, both equipped with a large 9cm fan that runs more silent and delivers better air flow. The two cards also equip a copper base, large heatsink area and dual heatpipes design. For better stability, the cards come with the Solid State Choke.

  • ASUS Releases New VENTO TA-U Series Cases

    ASUS today released the new VENTO TA-U Series chassis that comes with a unique frame welding technique to provide lightweight yet strong reinforcement for the whole frame. The case supports four 12cm LED fans: a front intake fan, a rear exhaust fan, and two side fans. It features pre-drilled liquid...

  • Transcend Up 2.5″ SATA II SSD To 192GB

    Transcend release a new 192GB 2.5-inch MLC based SSD featuring a new controller, delivering sustained read/write speeds of up to 150MB / 90MB per second. It is also available in capacities in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB with SATA II or IDE interfaces, and are all backed by a...

  • Transcend Unveils 4GB aXeRam DDR3-1800 Dual Channel Kits

    Transcend unveils 4GB aXeRam™ DDR3-1800 memory upgrade kits at 8-8-8-24 timings at 1.8V. The modules are fitted with aluminum heat sinks with cooling fins. All aXeRam modules use 8-layer PCBs and support Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology. The modules are available at Transcend website for US$196.

  • ASUS N10Jc

    The ASUS N10Jc has been available since November last year, but we only got our hands on the netbook recently. So how well did it fare in our review? Read on.

  • Samsung P3 MP3 Player, WB500 and ES10 cameras

    Samsung has introduced three gadgets for the young and fun-loving users – P3 MP3 player, high-performance WB500 compact camera and  8.1-megapixel ES10 digital camera.

  • MSI Launches Cheap X58 Pro Board

    MSI announced its most affordable one of X58 motherboard, X58 Pro. It utilized the Gen.2 DrMOS along with the BIOS-level Active Phase Switching (APS) technology for better energy-saving. X58 Pro is equipped with triple x16 PCIe graphics slots for Crossfire and 3-way SLI. This board is going for only...

  • 7 Intel CPUs Including Q6600 Phase Out By Q2 2009

    For the month of February, we will see two Core 2 processors to be officially phased out by Intel and they are Core 2 Quad Q6700 and Core 2 Duo E4700. At the time of writing, Core 2 Quad Q9450, Core 2 Duo E8200, E8190, E6850, E6750, E6550, E6540,...

  • EK Prepares Waterblocks For GTX 295 SLI Cards

    Not letting Danger Den steal the limelight, EKWaterBlocks too unveils water blocks for GeForce GTX 295 reference design. The cool thing about this water block is that the middle part is made of acrylic glass and can be lit up with two 5mm LED diodes. The bases are made of electrolytic copper....

  • 3 Year Old G71M Notebook GPU Gets A New Refresh

    It seems the bad bump/underfill issue doesn’t just plagued some of the Nvidia G84/G86 notebook GPUs. Their 3 year old “high end” G71M GPUs might suffer the same problem as well. For your information, notebooks with GeForce Go 7950 GTX, Go 7900 GTX and Go 7900 GS are based on G71M....

  • Intel Core i7 920 Undergoes C-0 to D-0 Stepping Change

    Intel issues a Product Change Notice (PCN) today detailing the stepping conversion of the Core i7 920 processors from the current C-0 to D-0. So far, only the i7 920 processors will undergo the stepping change while i7 940 and 965 remain unchanged. a BIOS update is needed to identify the...

  • Danger Den Releases Waterblocks For GeForce GTX 295

    Danger Den has produced a small batch of GTX295 blocks that have gone on sale on their website for US$189.95.  It is fully compatible with all the reference GTX295 cards out there.

  • Intel SSD Roadmap – Bigger & Faster

    Intel is planning to double the capacity of their current SSD line-up by moving from 50nm to 34nm process technology in Q4 2009. There will be three capacities for X18-M and X25-M MLC SSD; 80GB, 160GB and 320GB and two capacities for the top end X25-E SLC SSD; 64GB...

  • Samsung Doubles Memory Capacity Using 4Gb DDR3 Chips

    Samsung has made a significant advancement in the push for higher volume memory chips by developing the world’s first 4Gb DDR3 DRAM chip, using 50 nm process technology. The 4Gb DDR3 can be produced in 16GB RDIMM for servers, as well as 8GB UDIMM for workstations and desktop PCs,...

  • Nokia 6700 classic, 6303 classic and 2700 classic

    Nokia has announced three new mobile phones - Nokia 2700 classic, 6303 classic and 6700 classic – that feature stylish finish and power features at competitive prices. The three phones are expected to ship in the second quarter this year.