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  • Windows 7 Release Candidate for public available on 5 May

    Microsoft has announced the availability of Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC). The public availability will be available from the Microsoft Download Center at http://microsoft.com/downloads on May 5th.

  • TEC Japan’s Lingo Mini Wireless Mouse

    (TEC Japan) Lingo is TEC’s latest innovation in creating a mini wireless mouse which is set for a tentative release in Mid June this year. Retail price is not set although it is expected to retail around 5000 yen

  • Asus 12.1-inch S121 Netbook Delayed

    (Impress) The 12.1 inch S121 netbook by Asus which was set for a tentative release in May has been delayed to the later half of this month. Specifications of the S121 raised some queries of its performance as it uses the Atom Z520 processor which is a mere 1.33Ghz

  • Fujitsu Introduces M2010 netbook

    Building on the success of the M1010 netbook, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has announced the new M2010 that features brilliant screen, bigger keypads and higher processing performance for the mobile users.

  • Canon adds HV40 to their LEGRIA camcorder series

    Today, Canon announced a new addition to its LEGRIA line of camcorders, the HV40. This camcorder features True Full HD CMOS sensor (1920 x 1080), 10x optical and 200x digital zoom, Canon’s DIGIC DV II imaging processor and claims to be the ideal choice for video enthusiasts and independent film-makers.

  • Samsung Announced Two New Digital Camcorders

    Samsung has unveiled two new digital camcorders – SMX-C14 and SMX-C10 – for users who want to capture videos on the move easily. Both offer 10x optical zoom with Hyper Image Stabilization, swiveling 2.7-inch wide LCD screen and decent battery life.

  • Sharkoon SilentStorm CM PSUs Available In Mid May

    Sharkoon unveils its SilentStorm power supply series featuring a new design with modular cable system, 135mm fan and in three different power ratings: 460, 560 and 660W. There are 4 separate 12V rails producing 72 amps with a maximum efficiency rating of 84 percent. Sharkoon SilentStorm CM will be available in mid May with prices ranging

  • Arctic Cooling Releases a Silent Cooler for AMD CPUs

    ARCTIC COOLING releases the Alpine 64 Pro for AMD AM3, AM2+, AM2, 939 CPUs. The 92mm fan comes with PWM function, which controls the fan speed, and thus, lowers the noise level to a minimum according to the CPU load. It will be available in May 2009 for US$10.9 and 7.60€ (excl. VAT).

  • BIOSTAR HD4770 Card Launched

    BIOSTAR launched VA4775ND51 graphics card based on ATI HD4770 GPU. It comes with 128-bit 512MB of GDDR5 memory interface at a clock of 800MHz. It has 640 SPs clocked at 750MHz.

  • OCZ Unveils Highly Efficient Silencer 910W PSU

    OCZ unveiled the new Silencer 910 power supply from PC Power & Cooling that has earned the 80+ Silver Certification. The Silencer delivers 910 Watts of continuous power and 1KW at its peak, and offers a temperature rating of 50C. Featuring a powerful Single Rail +12VDC (74A), and complete array of connectors including quad PCI-Express, 24-pin, dual

  • LG launches latest range of Home Entertainment products in Singapore

    LG has announced their new series of Home Theatre Systems, LCD and Plasma TVs designed to enhance user’s lifestyle. The products include LG LH50 and LH70 Full HD LCD TVs, LG HB954PB Blu-ray Home Theatre System and LG BD370 Blu-ray player.

  • Single PCB GeForce GTX 295 Coming Mid May

    Nvidia is planning to launch their single PCB, dual GPU GeForce GTX 295 card somewhere in mid May although the official launch date hasn’t been firmed up yet. The card is based on a new P658 PCB which is 11″ long and takes up 2 slots with a new cooler. The core clock remains unchanged

  • Toshiba Expands Mini Notebook Portfolio with NB200

    Toshiba has announced a new addition to their Mini Notebook PC series – Toshiba NB200. Building on the success of the NB100, the 10.1-inch NB200 sports a stylish matt finish with various color choices for the users. It is powered by the latest Atom N280 processor and preloaded with Windows XP Home OS.

  • Windows 7 = Windows XP

    We have all heard or read about the imminent death of Microsoft’s Windows XP. The official Life-Cycle Policy really means XP was supposed to be dead and buried back on 31 Jan 2009. This may really really be the end of XP with Windows 7 on the way. Especially so since there has been a lot of positive feedback and comments for

  • Seagate Introduces Replica Backup Appliance

    Seagate has recently announced their new Replica backup appliance designed to help users backup and recover their important data easily. The Replica can also automatically backup installed applications and operating system and settings.

  • CFD Japan Unleashes New MLC SSDs

    (CFD Japan) Word has came from CFD Japan with their latest lineup of MLC SSDs, sizes range from 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. Known as the Interceptor, lets see what CFD have to offer in their latest lineup

  • Official: Windows 7 RC Gets 5th May Public Release

    (Windows Team Blog) Amid speculations and discussions all over the web, it is official now – Windows 7 RC will get a public release on 5th May this year. MSDN and Technet subscribers, however, will get a slightly earlier release – 30th April

  • Nvidia Preparing 40nm GeForce GT 240M & G210M

    Recently, DigiTimes reported that TSMC and UMC are making the 40nm GT218, GT216, GT215 and GT214 chips in late Q2. Now, VR-Zone has learned that Nvidia is preparing GeForce GT 240M and GeForce G210M for launch somewhere between May-June. However, there is still no sign of 40nm desktop parts yet but only the 40nm mobile parts. GeForce GT

  • Sony Ericsson C510

    The Sony Ericsson C510 was officially available in March and earlier this month, the manufacturer also included a Facebook application for use with the phone. So how good is it? Let’s take a look.

  • PowerColor Adds Overclocked Editions To HD 4890 Line-up

    TUL today announced an addition to the PowerColor HD4890 series: PCS+ HD4890 featuring ZEROtherm’s 4 heatpipe cooling system. It is clocked at 950MHz core and 1100MHz memory. The PowerColor PCS+ HD4890 Battle Forge Edition and PCS+ HD4890 are retailed at USD$254 and USD$249 respectively, and will be available on May 5th.