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  • 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

  • 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.

  • HP offers 3 New Pavilion dv Series Notebooks

    HP has added three new models - dv2, dv3 and dv7 – to their line of Pavilion dv series entertainment notebook PCs for users who want superior performance and powerful entertainment features.

  • ASUS Express TV Stick USB 2.0 Hybrid TV Receiver with 4GB storage

    What’s better than a hybrid USB TV stick? A hybrid USB TV stick with 4GB storage. ASUS has announced their new Express TV Stick Hybrid which comes with 4GB built-in flash storage. This means you can also use this nifty device as a thumbdrive for storing your data.

  • DFI LANParty UT P55 Board First Look

    Last month, we provided you a glimpse of the DFI DK P55 board and now we will show you the LANPARTY UT P55 board which is packed with several new interesting features. So what’s so interesting about this board? At first look, you can see that it is fully on digital PWM and there is a slot

  • New HP Notebook Dv2 Brings The Zen With Athlon Neo

    (Hewlett-Packard Japan) HP Japan has announced their newest lineup for notebooks- Dv2. Available in Japan for now, HP Pavilion Notebook dv2 features the Athlon Neo processor and will be retailing at a price of around 73,500 yen (~S$1125, ~S$745))

  • Eizo FlexScan Monitors Goes Eco Friendly With Presence Sensor

    (Eizo Japan) Eizo has announces 2 new monitors in its FlexScan lineup that will feature a sensor to detect if someone is in front of the monitor, effectively switching between power saving mode when there is nothing in front of the monitor. The monitors are available in 20 and 23 inch models and will be

  • Microsoft Sales Fall For The First Time In 23 Years

    (CNN) Microsoft reports a drop of 6% in sales revenue and earnings dived 32% as PC sales continue to weaken. Microsoft’s Vista operating system, which was released in early 2007, never took off like the company had hoped. Sales in the division that produces Vista fell 16% in the previous quarter.

  • Sony Ericsson and SingTel introduce PlayNow plus

    SingTel and Sony Ericsson have announced the exclusive launch of PlayNow plus music service on the new Sony Ericsson W705 Walkman phone. SingTel customers can enjoy free 12-month data bundle including unlimited data downloads for the first month.

  • Samsung’s 2009 AV and Digital Imaging Roadshow

    Today, Samsung Singapore held an Audio/Video Roadshow at the Marriott Hotel ballroom, showcasing their latest products which include the LED TVs which are going to be available in stores from tomorrow.

  • EVGA X58 SLI Classified 760 (Non NF200) Run-Through

    This is a Run-Through of the EVGA X58 SLI Classified 760, focusing on Overclocking, Features, Daily usage, instead of clock to clock performance analysis. This version of the Classified does not come with Nvidia’s NF200 chip and should be released around this time.

  • Seagate Rolls Out Low Powered Barracuda LP Drives

    Despite the recent problems that plagued Seagate’s Barracuda drives, Seagate is now pushing forward with a new lineup of hard drives – Barracuda LP series.

  • AMD To Roll Out 6-core Istanbul CPUs in May

    It appears that AMD is picking up its pace as Betanews revealed that the 6 core Istanbul CPUs will be pushed forward to May this year and also significant accelerations in its technology roadmap.

  • ASUS Launches Ultra-portable P30A Business Notebook

    ASUS has unveiled a new P30A business notebook PC designed with portability, data security and long battery life. It sports a 13.3-inch display, weighs 1.49kg and comes equipped with Intel Core™2 Duo processor, DDR2 SDRAM and 2.5-inch SATA hard disk.

  • Google News Timeline and Similar Images

    Google has recently announced two new innovations – Similar Images and Google News Timeline. Similar Images allow users to narrow their search for images that resemble the subject they want, while Google News Timeline provides results from Google News and other data sources on a zoomable, graphical timeline.