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  • G.Skill’s Latest Wicked Looking Memory : The Ripjaws

    G.Skill unveiled the Gaming Series- Ripjaws DDR3 Dual-channel 1.65V memory with speeds ranging from 1333 to 1866MHz. G.SKILL also preparing production DDR3 dual-channel memory kits speeds range from 2000MHz CL9 to 2200MHz CL8 for upcoming Intel® platform.

  • PowerColor Adds a Custom Cooled PCS HD4770 Card

    TUL adds an upgrade to the HD4770 series, the custom cooled PCS HD4770. The card clocks in with a 750MHz core speed and 800MHz of memory speed cooled by ARTIC COOLING. The PowerColor PCS HD4770 will retail for US$109 and will be available on August, 10th.

  • Samsung Introduces Reclaim, an Eco-Frendly phone in US

    Green has been greatly emphasized in recent months and it is the reason why many tech companies including Samsung are coming up with greener products. Today, the Korean manufacturer has announced their new Reclaim eco-friendly phone in the US which will be available from 16 August.

  • Xbox Summer Gathering in Singapore

    Microsoft Singapore held an Xbox Summer Gathering event for the media this afternoon, showcasing their new Xbox LIVE Updates as well as game previews including Alan Wake, Forza Motorsport 3 and Halo ODST. We also saw some screenshots of Halo Waypoint, but unfortunately, they were only for our eyes only.

  • Hitachi 2TB Hard Disk Drives Ship Out

    Hitachi GST is now shipping the world’s first, 2TB 7200 RPM HDD using it’s 5-platter design with relaxed bit density and PMR technology. The 2TB Deskstar 7K2000 drive has 32MB cache onboard and a 3Gb/s SATA interface. Hitachi GST also added 7K1000.C 7200 RPM drive that will come in capacities of 160GB to 1TB. Both drives feature 512-byte

  • Pentax Announces 3 New Optio digital compact cameras

    Today, Pentax has launched three new Optio digital compact cameras – the entry-level E80, the go-anywhere waterproof WS80, and the stylish ultra-slim P80. Read more about what these cameras offer.

  • Yamaha Unveils New NS-700 Speakers

    Yamaha Japan have unveiled its latest lineup of NS-700 series speakers, which will commence availabilty on retail around September this year. There are 4 models in this lineup which features a black polished design.

  • Marvel vs Capcom 2 comes to PS3

    Yes, the long-awaited Marvel vs. Capcom 2 for Sony PlayStation 3 has finally arrived in Singapore. Besides the 3-on-3 tag-team matches, there is also a new online matching mode which include Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix’s “Quarter Match” mode. Look out for it on 14 August!

  • Sony’s new e-book reader is cheaper than Amazon Kindle

    The Amazon Kindle e-book reader is so popular that the company came up with the Kindle 2, and Sony is looking to compete in the market with their new e-book reader. But not only will it look good, the price point is also going to be cheaper than the Kindle too.

  • ASUS P7P55D Deluxe Preview

    VR-Zone checks out the latest arsenal from ASUS, the P7P55D Deluxe. The key differences between the EVO and the Deluxe version lie in the power phase design and audio aspects where the former sports 12+2 phase, 8 channel audio while the Deluxe sports 16+3 phase, 10 channel audio and includes a Turbo-V remote control. Read

  • Biostar Unveils P55 Boards Line-up

    In order not to miss out on the slew of P55 leaks, Biostar too releases details about their P55 line-up. TPower I55 is the top range board supporting DDR3-2000, dual PCIe x16 slots, Dual GbE LAN, 8+2 phase power etc while T5XE is the mid range version with 4+1 phase power, dual PCe x16 slots, DDR3-1866.

  • Toshiba Introduced world’s first 64GB SDXC memory card

    We first heard about the new SD Xtended Capacity (SDXC) memory cards in June and today, Toshiba has launched the world’s first 64GB SDXC memory card which boasts the world’s fastest data transfer rate for reading and writing, and also 32GB and 16GB SDHC cards of similar speeds.

  • Nikon adds 4 new digital compact cameras to its COOLPIX line

    Nikon has announced four new COOLPIX digital compact cameras designed with good features and stylish, trendy colors to suit different users – COOLPIX S1000pj, COOLPIX S70, COOLPIX S570 and COOLPIX S640.

  • PROLiNK Unveils Glee TA-009 netbook

    PROLiNK has recently announced their new Glee TA-009 netbook which claims to be the ultimate entertainment companion for the mobile users. Equipped with Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB memory and 1.3-megapixel webcam, the 10.1-inch TA-009 features 4-in-1 card reader and WLAN 802.11b/g (optional 3G Card).

  • Sony Singapore Unveils BDP-S360 Blu-ray Player

    Sony Singapore has announced the new BDP-S360 Blu-ray player for users who want to watch Full High Definition (HD) movies at home. The BDP-S360 features 7.1 channel surround sound and BD-Live™ for you to download and stream online content like movie trailers and games.

  • DIOTEK released DioPen Cursive handwriting recognition software for Windows Mobile

    Korean mobile software manufacturer DIOTEK has launched their DioPen Cursive handwriting recognition software designed for Windows Mobile touchscreen devices. The software has multi-language support and can recognize print handwriting as well as a mixed use of cursive and print handwritings.

  • Samsung Digital Imaging’s “Tap and Take!” Teaser

    Samsung Digital Imaging has an online teaser campaign (at http://www.tapandtake.com/) for the launch of their new digital cameras. We would know more when the product is officially launch on 13 August.

  • Samsung Omnia II (i8000) Review

    Last year, Samsung presented the Omnia that is designed as a top-of-the line multimedia enhanced smartphone with a stylish design and powerful features. This year, the manufacturer has launched its successor, which has recently become commercially available a few weeks back. Behold the Samsung Omnia II (i8000)!

  • Silverstone Launches Grandia GD03 HTPC Case

    HTPC enthusiasts will probably rejoice at the new Silverstone GD03 chassis that comes with 2 hot swappable HDD bays. You can fit in 7 HDDs in total. The casing comes with 2 rear 80mm, 2050rpm exhaust fans and two front 80mm fan bracket.

  • Crunchpad on schedule to launch in November

    News of a 12-inch Crunchpad web tablet developed by a Singapore company and blogger for TechCrunch was out earlier in July, and local newspaper The Straits Times recently had a preview of the product.