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)!
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.
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.
Today, Nikon unveiled two new digital SLR cameras catered to both amateur and professional photographers. The D3000 offers 10.2-megapixel sensor, 11-point autofocus system and a Guide mode that helps beginners learn the usage of the digital SLR cameras. The D300S features 12.3 effective megapixels rating, 7fps continuous shooting as well as dual card slots for CF and SD memory cards.
Sony has announced their VAIO W mini notebook earlier this month and if you are considering to get this, you would be pleased to know that it will soon be available in Singapore, in mid August.
LG has unveiled their latest mobile phone lineup for the Chocolate series in today’s press release. Model named LG-BL40, also “New Chocolate”, it is the 4th handset of the Black Label Series boasts a distinctive 4.0-inch wide screen high-definition LCD with an 800 by 345 pixel resolution for a superb viewing quality.
Samsung Korea has announced the launch of their Application Seller Site tomorrow (30 July) for developers and content providers. Developers and content providers can sign up as member to promote and sell applications or content for the Symbian or Windows Mobile operating systems.
It has been a very long wait since Garmin announced their phone last year and later entered a partnership with ASUS in February this year (though till now we haven’t seen the product in Singapore just yet). Finally, it has been announced that the nuvifones would being available in Asia.
(PC Impress) Intel’s latest 34mm SSD was found to have a problem. According to source, the failure results after setting the system BIOS drive password and changing it, SSD that will be unusable thereafter
Panasonic has come up with three new digital cameras for the photographer enthusiasts – the stylish LUMIX FP8, superzoom LUMIX FZ35 and super-slim LUMIX ZR1. All three cameras will be available in September.
It has been some quiet months ever since Creative showcased their new Zii System-on-a-Chip at CES and demostrated High Definition video playback capabilities on an Android phone using its ZMS-05 media-rich processor/development platform at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year. And today, ZiiLABS has announced their new Zii Plaszma open standards development platform.
If you are looking for a compact portable storage to carry with on your travels, check out the new Toshiba portable hard drives. Compatible with both Windows and Mac, the portable external hard drive features scheduled file and folder backup recovery, 256-bit encryption password-protection and internal shock sensor and ramp loading technology to protect the
With the increasing popularity of Amazon’s Kindle, it is no wonder Samsung has also jumped into the e-book reader wagon. The Korean manufacturer has unveiled their latest SNE-50K which comes with 5-inch touchscreen display and integrated 512MB memory.
SteelSeries has just introduced the SteelSeries Xai Laser Mouse, SteelSeries Kinzu Optical Mouse and the SteelSeries 9HD hard plastic surface. The Xai offers programmable macro buttons, a 10.8 megapixel-per-second sensor, and a LCD menu system on the back of the mouse. Yes, you read that right. The Kinzu is ‘younger brother’, losing the LCD
The Nokia E52 was unveiled in May, but it has only become commercial available today. Available in Metal Grey Aluminium, Graphite Grey and Golden Aluminium, the E52 features 2.4-inch display, A-GPS, 3.2-megapixel camera, microSD card slot and supports high-speed HSDPA and HSUPA connection.
It’s pretty established that when you talk about Halo, your mind will automatically think of that critically acclaimed FPS game. But Halo as a RTS game? Will it really work? Read on to be enlightened.
It is coming from Sony for sure as Mike Abary, Sony’s Senior Vice Director from Information Technology Products Division is serious about making a Touchscreen VAIO, although it will not happen that soon.
Viewsonic has unleashed a range of new products from netbooks to media PCs, a clear stand that they are doing their best to diversify from the monitor industry. Lets take a closer look
It looks like Razer has decided to try a different naming for their new products, and this time, the manufacturer is going for a Japanese-like names. The Razer Orochi gaming mouse and Razer Kabuto mouse mat are the latest products that were announced recently. The Razer Orochi boasts 4000dpi laser sensor for precision movements, while
ESET unveiled the latest all-in-one security solution for desktop systems in Hong Kong recently. Apart from knowing the benefits of ESET Smart Security 4, we managed to speak to the key people in ESET and find out more about their vision and what do they have to offer for the industry.