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  • Corsair Adds 256GB to Extreme Series SSD

    Corsair adds a 256GB addition to its high-performance Extreme Series SSD family built using the Indilinx Barefoot controller and Samsung MLC NAND flash memory. It offers read speeds of up to 240MB/s and write speeds of up to 170MB/s. It also features 64MB of cache memory.

  • Creative Makes Sound Blaster Wireless for iTunes

    Creative Sound Blaster Wireless for iTunes makes iTune or MP3 songs sounds nicer using their X-Fi audio technology. Coupled with a Creative Wireless Receiver, it allows users to wirelessly connect the PC or Mac to speakers or headphones when they listen to their iTunes or MP3 music. It enables users to select up to 4 specific rooms where

  • Elecom Introduces nanoSSD

    Elecom Japan announced their recent innovation in SSD – nanoSSD. Small and handy, the SSD sits right on your SATA port of your motherboard. Yup, just plug-it-in and you are all ready to boot up your board. Of course, doing so will block other ports right beside it.

  • ASUS Unveils EeeTop PC ET20/22 Series

    ASUS has recently announced their latest EeeTop ET20/SS series PC for users who want amazing high-definition multimedia performance and power features, all in a stylish, space-saving form factor. What’s more, both come with optional touch-enabled displays which allow you to navigate and select the programs you want easily.

  • Apple Mac OS X Snow Leopard pouncing into stores on 28 August

    The wait is over for Mac fans. Apple has announced that the new Mac OS X Snow Leopard will be retailing this coming Friday, 28 August. Lots of refinements have been done to make your computing experience better. Best of all, upgrading from Mac OC X Leopard to this one will only cost you S$48

  • Symantec warns of malware from online movie blogs

    Symantec has issued an alert about online movie blogs that may redirect users to malicious website with malware and infecting their PCs, as well as Macs. Read on to find out how you can protect yourself from this.

  • Altec Lansing BackBeat Stereo Headphones arrives in Singapore

    Today, Altec Lansing has announced the availability of their BackBeat 903 and BackBeat 906 stereo headphones with microphone in Singapore. Both sport a sleek and trendy design and allow you to stream your music wirelessly via Bluetooth.

  • Athlon II CPUs coming soon – including X4 “Propus”

    AMD have a potential killer product at hand – the AMD Athlon II X4 quad core processors based on the L3 cache-less Propus core. It is launching early September, and is already available for sale in several e-tailers in the UK and Europe. The prices? Starting at an incredible <£65 excl. VAT. Yes, that puts

  • Onkyo Announces 2 AV Amps That Supports Windows 7

    We won’t be too surprised ourselves if we get to see more of such press releases appearing over the net but Onkyo appears to be one of the adopters in getting their AV Amps supporting Windows 7. Yes, Onkyo’s TX-NA5007 (200x9ch) and its little brother the TX-NA1007 (180Wx9ch) are the 2 new AV amps that

  • Intel’s flagship mobile CPU is Core i7 920XM

    Intel’s next-generation Clarksfield mobile CPU parts are launching in the last week of September spearheaded by the Core i7 920XM. These chips are based on the desktop Lynnfield CPUs, with dual channel memory and DMI interface.  The Core i7 920XM (eXtreme Mobile) is quad core-octa thread, with the full 8MB of L3 cache, but runs

  • Nokia Unveils Booklet 3G Netbook

    Yes, you heard right. Mobile phone maker Nokia has unveiled their new Booklet 3G netbook which is powered by Intel Atom processor and features Wi-Fi, integrated mobile broadband, Bluetooth and assisted GPS (A-GPS).

  • Suggested System Requirements for Radeon HD 5870

    Seems like the power requirements for the upcoming DX11 aren’t too demanding. You will just need a 500W PSU with two 75W 6-pin power connectors for a single card and a 600W PSU for Crossfire setup. The photo leaked out earlier on the web seems to be right. The requirements are similiar to that of the

  • ASUS uBoom Series Compact Notebook Speakers

    ASUS has announced the launch of their first multimedia speaker series, called uBoom, with two models – uBoom and uBoom Q sound-bar – designed to provide superior audio entertainment to the users.

  • HTC Mega product picture and specifications revealed blog has recently unveiled the product shot of the yet-to-released HTC Mega as well as the specifications. Powered by 528MHz Qualcomm MSM7225, the smartphone comes with 2.8-inch QVGA screen and the new Windows Mobile 6.5 OS.

  • PCI Express 3.0 Delayed

    Looks like we will not be getting PCI Express 3.0 products as early as it seems as PCI SIG has formally delayed the release of the specification until the second quarter of 2010. Yes and that means, you will prolly get products on 3.0 specification as early as 2011.

  • Nokia Announces 5800 Navigation Edition

    Not to be confused with the 5800 XpressMusic phone, this one is the Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition that features lifetime voice-guided DRIVE and WALK navigation licenses, quick access to the latest Ovi Maps software, full regional maps and easy zooming, all with the familiar Nokia touch UI and brilliant 3.2 inch widescreen.

  • Razer launches MMO gaming mouse and hybrid gaming surface

    At the Gamescom 2009 in Cologne, Germany, Razer launched their new Naga gaming mouse and Megasoma gaming mouse mat for the avid Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO) gamers. The Naga comes with 17 optimized buttons while the Megasoma offers a smooth glide for superior tracking.

  • Nokia Singapore holds media workshop on Nokia Maps 3.0

    This afternoon, Nokia held a media workshop on Nokia Maps 3.0 at the Esplanade, Singapore. The media also got the opportunity to take a short ride in the NAVTEQ survey car to see how the survey team collect the various data used to update the maps.

  • Canon expands Powershot line with 6 new cameras

    Canon (in U.S.) has introduced six new Powershot cameras that aim to please photographers enthusiasts with their new stylish design, features and superb performance. Read on to find out more about the cameras.

  • SSD Stackup

    How do the many solid state drives in the market stack up? We ran some benchmarks, and here are the results…