At CeBIT, Logitech introduced their latest ClearChat PC Wireless headset designed for making VoIP Internet calls with no wires attached. The headset operates on 2.4GHz wireless technology and claims to deliver high-quality stereo audio with noise-canceling microphone.
Yahoo! has launched their YOUREKA! online and offline digital treasure hunt designed to connect users with their offerings, and chance to win attractive prizes. Yahoo! users just need to look for colored tickets seeded online in various Yahoo! services like Messenger, Mail or News, and they can redeem it for various giveaways including the grand prize of a Honda
Introducing ATI’s DirectX 11 graphics card, the ATI Radeon™ HD 5870. Lets see how well it performs against the previous generation of DirectX 10 graphics card.
The ASUS CrossLink cable is all you need to connect your machines. You can transfer and synchronize data, as well as share Internet connectivity and optical drive functions. Best of all, the CrossLink cable doubles up as a removable flash drive (in 2GB or 4GB capacities) and works with PCs and Macs.
A Ultra X4 Modular Power Supply Ultra Products has unveiled its Ultra X4 series of Modular Power Supplies, adding on to its lineup of high performance PSUs. Hitting retails stores in late October, the Ultra X4 series features a wide range of wattage (from an average 500W to a whopping 1600W) to cater to a
Danger Den’s DD-5870 Hot on the heels of EK’s and Koolance’s new water blocks for the Radeon HD 5870, Danger Den has announced their new water block, the DD-5870, for the HD 5870 GPU. Weighing about 910g, the Crossfire ready DD-5870 is a full coverage block (for the GPU, memory and mosfets) designed to fit
Expreview reports the rather quiet introduction of Intel’s fastest non-Extreme CPU – the Core i7 960. It is a direct replacement for the Core i7 950, and takes over the $562 price point, shared with the Core i7 870. The Core i7 960 is clocked at 3.2 GHz, the same as the previous flagship Core
Fudzilla confirms that the cheaper Clarkdale-based Core i3 and Pentium G6950 CPUs will also release on January 3rd, the same day as the Core i5 series. The biggest difference between the Core i3 and the Core i5 series is that Core i3 lacks Turbo mode. The two models are Core i3 530 and Core i3
Transcend has recently launched their new MP330 Digital Music Player that comes with a built-in USB connector for easy plug-and-play, OLED display and supports FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec), MP3, WMA, WAV, and WMA-DRM10 protected music files.
In a press release by Sony Japan, a 360-degree 3D display was revealed. This cool looking prototype device will be showcased in Digital Content EXP0 2009, held in Tokyo. Read on to find out more
In August, Google launched their ‘Gone Google’ ad campaign in US – San Francisco, Chicago, New York, and Boston. And the search engine giant is expanding this worldwide to London, Tokyo and even Singapore, just days before Microsoft officially launches their new Windows 7 operating system.
MSI has announced their latest mini computers - the Wind Box DE200 and DC200. Both are powered by Intel Atom processors with 1GB memory and 160GB hard disk and feature 802.11b/g/n wireless LAN connectivity.
A whole host of rumours regarding availability, short supplies and EOLs have hit the internet in the recent weeks. We have been keeping an eye on North American e-tail to pick up any trends in graphics board availability. First up, ATI’s Radeon HD 5800 cards are suffering from excess demand. At any given time, you
Sony have introduced an affordable version of it’s Vegas Movie Studio at half the price of the Platinum edition – $39.95. This makes it an easy choice for any casual camcorder owner who would like to put together their footage in a powerful yet easy to use non-linear video editor. More next page.
Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong (SCEH) has recently announced their latest promotions – 50% discount for selected games in the PlayStation Store. Read on to find out more about the promotions. (For Singapore only though).
AMD’s Q3 ’09 financial results are out. Total revenue was reported as $1.396 billion, up from $1.184 billion in Q2 ’09, but lower than Q3 ’08′s $1.776 billion just before the recession hit the computer hardware industry. Although AMD’s fabrication is now part of Globalfoundries, financial reports are still combined as attributable to stockholders. Overall,
Display your party or wedding photos with the latest Philips Digital PhotoFrame SPF5208. The 8-inch digital photoframe features Touch Control, which allows users to scroll through photos, videos and music with a touch of a finger. It also doubles up as an animated clock when you are not viewing your photos. Neat.
A shortage in 55nm products, both ATI and Nvidia has been speculated about ever since the release of ATI’s HD 5800 series. From the Nvidia side of things, this is rumoured to be a discontinuation of the GTX 200 series. Bright Side of News and Mydrivers.com now report similar rumours – Apple has snapped up
Intel is set to release the first 32nm desktop CPUs on 3rd January 2010. Releasing first are the Clarkdale CPUs – part of the Westmere, or 32nm Nehalem die shrinks. A total of four models are expected, Core i5 650, 660 and 670, clocking in at 3.2, 3.33 and 3.46 GHz respectively. They will be
Logitech introduces Unifying Receiver for convenience of use with multiple wireless keyboards and mice
You can pair up to six Logitech wireless mice and keyboard with the manufacturer’s latest Unifying Receiver. Also making their debut with the announcement are the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K350, Wireless Keyboard K340, Marathon Mouse M705 and Wireless Mouse M505.