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  • Best Keyboard in the World

    Das Keyboard Ultimate Folks over at Tomshardware have an article on one of the “best keyboard in the world”. According to them, the 3 most important things when purchasing a new PC is the display, the mouse and the keyboard. Read more…

  • AMP Launches SaberTooth S4 SSDs for Eee PCs

    AMP SaberTooth S4 SATA mini PCIe SSD Active Media Products (AMP) has unveiled the SaberTooth S4 series of SATA mini PCIe SSDs, adding on to its family of Half/Mini PCIe SSDs for netbooks. Measuring 70 x 32mm, the SSD features a Jmicron JMF602B controller and is based on MLC NAND flash for lasting endurance with

  • Nvidia says “No” to x86 CPUs and Globalfoundries

    Nvidia diversifying to the CPU business is an ancient rumour, which recurs with every generation or two. No surprises then, that a version of the same rumour – that Nvidia is developing an x86 CPU - has been doing rounds on the internet over the last week. In an interview with CNET, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun

  • Nokia Singapore Initiated Charger Exchange Program

    Nokia Singapore has announced a phone charger exchange program whereby customers who has purchased Nokia-branded charger made by third-party manufacturers are advised to do a replacement for safety reasons. For more info, please check out Nokia website - http://chargerexchange.nokia.com/

  • Fraps 3.0.0 Released

    All New Fraps 3.0.0 Fraps 3.0.0, compatible with Windows 7 and the latest DirectX 11 games, has just been released. Featuring a new look and new functions, the useful freeware is available for download here. Read more…

  • DFI Unveils First Mini-ITX Based P55 Board

    DFI MI-P55-T36 Clunk.org has news that DFI is preparing to launch the MI-P55-T36, the first mini-ITX based P55 board in the world. Measuring 170 x 170mm, the compact Core i5/i7 LGA 1156 board features 6 phase PWM (with Japanese made solid capacitors), 2x DDR3 slots for dual channel memory, 3x SATA II ports (for HDD/optical

  • I-O Data Unveils USB 3.0 External HDDs, Expansion Cards

    HDJ-UT External Hdd I-O Data has jumped onto the USB 3.0 SuperSpeed bandwagon with the announcement of its new HDJ-UT external hard drive, USB3-PEX PCI-Express x1 two port low-profile expansion card, and USB3-EXC ExpressCard 34 card. Read more…

  • Nokia N97 Mini to arrive in Singapore tomorrow

    The Nokia N97 Mini may look similar to its older N97 sibling, but this one comes with a smaller form factor and new design. It features a 3.2-inch touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard, and claims to be the first Nokia phone to come with Lifecasting with Ovi. The Nokia N97 Mini will be available from 7 November. *Update: Pricing revealed

  • The Nvidia-Lucid Controversy

    Nvidia is in the news again, for all the wrong reasons. Lucid Logix’ HYDRA has been a promising and anticipated product ever since it was announced back in 2008. Lucid claimed it would allow graphics cards from different manufacturers to scale better than current AFR solutions such as SLI or Crossfire. So, you could combine

  • Nvidia vs. Intel – now a war of images?

    Nvidia have been at a war of words with Intel for a while now. Fudzilla have uncovered a website called “Intel’s Insides” which features a collection of somewhat humourous comics parodying Intel. Right below the comics, there’s a small Nvidia logo, which has can lead people to believe that it is indeed Nvidia, the visual

  • [Rumour] ATI’s next generation in 28nm?

    Fudzilla reports that ATI’s next generation will be fabricated at a 28nm process. This comes in direct contradiction of AMD’s latest roadmap and previous rumours, which all suggest a 32nm process. The release date has long been speculated as Q4 2010, so that seems likely. The next generation is codenamed “N. Islands” for now. It

  • [Rumour] HD 5800 series shortage causing delays

    Six weeks on, and ATI Radeon HD 5850 and 5870 cars are still facing availability issues. TSMC and AMD just cannot ship enough Cypress products to meet the runaway demand. As a direct result, as we expected, the HD 5800 shortage is causing delays in ATI’s release schedule. Of course, the product most affected is

  • Active Media Products Announces Koala USB Flash Drive

    Active Media Products (AMP) has unveiled the Koala drive, adding on to its lineup of Endangered Species Series (Panda, Penguin and Polar Bear drives) launched earlier this year. Read more…

  • Spire Launches CoolNess Laptop Cooler

    Spire has announced the CoolNess Laptop Cooler, targeting mobile users who require an efficient thermal solution for their laptops. Measuring 326 x 268 x 27mm and weighing only 255g, the plastic CoolNess Laptop Cooler is equipped with a 200mm fan capable of up to 1400 rpm for cooling. More details next page…

  • Beatles on Apple-shaped Flash Drive

    Apple has joined with EMI to offer 30,000 limited edition apple-shaped USB flash drives pre-loaded with 14 remastered Beatles titles together with the album art, expanded liner notes, rare photos and mini-documentaries (about the studio albums). Read more…

  • Vote for your Singaporean tourist spots to be visited by Street View Trike

    The Google Street View Trike (Tricycles) is one of the vehicles used to cover areas that are inaccessible by cars such as narrow streets and alleys. Last month, Google and Singapore Tourism board gathered over a thousand suggestions to be visited by the Google Trike. From now till 20 November, public can cast their votes for the

  • ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity Edition previewed

    Chinese website PCpop.com have unveiled a review of ATI’s Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 Edition. As the name suggests, the Eyefinity6 variant is much similar to the standard HD 5870. The main difference is, of course, the Eyefinity6 Edition features six displayport outputs, so you can connect to a whopping 6 displays at the same time.

  • Olympus unveils PEN E-P2 interchangeable lens digital camera

    The Olympus PEN E-P1 was launched in June and according to the manufacturer, the sales for the digital camera has achieved five times higher than their expectation. And today, Olympus has announced the new PEN E-P2 interchangeable lens digital camera.

  • Updated: Intel faces yet another Antitrust lawsuit

    Intel has once again found itself in the middle of legal troubles. Following the mammoth $1.45 billion EU fine earlier in the year, an FTC complaint to be made soon, New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo has sued Intel for similar antitrust violations. Cuomo accuses Intel of “abusing its dominant position in the chip

  • Super Talent Launches World’s First USB 3.0 RAIDDrive

    Super Talent SuperSpeed USB 3.0 RAIDDrive Super Talent has unveiled the new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 RAIDDrive, the world’s first USB 3.0 flash drive. Measuring 95 x 37 x13mm, the compact SuperSpeed drive reportedly supports transfer speeds of up to 10 times faster than conventional USB 2.0 flash drives and is fully backward compatible with USB