(Engadget Japan) Nowadays, everyone is trying to make a netbook, Fujitsu introduces their netbook series – Loox M with 3 colors available – red, white and black.
Today, Creative launches their latest sleek TravelSound for iPod nano for users to enjoy digital entertainment enjoyment anytime, anywhere. It features integrated FM radio tuner,rechargeable battery and a USB port to recharge the speaker and iPod.
Intel plans to cut the prices of their SSDs ranging from $50 to $100 this coming Monday on the 26th of April. This is their second price cut on SSDs just two months after they conducted their first price cut in early February. Intel 80GB X18-M and X25-M will see their prices dropped from $385 to $335 while 160GB versions
This NETGEAR Digital Entertainer Elite EVA9150 not only lets you playback 1080p movies, high-resolution images and MP3 songs, but it also allows you to access YouTube™, Internet radio and videos from popular websites. Good news is, this product is now available worldwide.
OCZ today unveiled Vertex EX 2.5” SSDs available in capacities of 60GB and 120GB for server environments and enterprise applications. These next-generation drives comes with 64MB onboard cache and feature speeds up to a 260MB/s read, 210MB/s write and 100MB/s sustained write.
(Akihabara News) Have a desktop but yearn for a trackpad, Filco has the solution. The SmarkTrack Neo is an external USB trackpad that supports multi gesture movements.
(Toshiba Japan) Following up on its previous NB100, Toshiba is announcing its next netbook – Dynabook UX. Coupled with Atom N280 and a measly 945GSE chipset (darn..where’s GN40?), Dynabook UX is slated for retail on 24th April
OCZ today unveiled their first miniPCI-Express SSD Series for netbooks in 16 or 32GB capacity and will be available in both SATA and PATA interfaces. Notebook upgraders can choose either the SATA version that delivers 110 MB/s read and 51 MB/s write speed, or the PATA upgrade that features a 45MB/sec read and 35MB/sec write
Eager to wait for a commercially retailing OLED TV ? It might just be it as a report on OLED-Info reveals that Sony maybe revealing larger screen OLED TVs in IFA. IFA is is a trade show which is focused more on market-ready technologies, which might be a hint to us that OLED TVs are possibly gonna be
G.Skill today launches Falcon SATA II 2.5″ MLC-based Solid State Drive (SSD) Series based on the latest Indilink controller and comes with 64MB DRAM buffer. The Falcon series is available in capacities of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The 64GB version is capable of a read/write performance of 230/135 MB/s while the 128 and 256-GB are capable of 230/190 MB/s.
No. The Omnia HD is not available in Singapore and the Samsung folks have mentioned they are unsure if the product will be made available here. However, VR Zone has the opportunity to have a brief hands-on session with an Omnia HD brought from Europe.
(Engadget) The 4 Piratebay founders have been sentenced to the prison for 12 months as Swedish courts found the defendants guility of “providing a website with sophisticated search functions, simple download and storage capabilities, and a tracker linked to the website that helped users commit copyright violations” and not “hosting content illegally”
ASUS has launched their latest PDA phone, P835, designed for business professionals. Powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, the P835 supports HSUPA 7.2Mbps download speeds and features 3.5-inch TFT touchscreen display, 4GB internal storage, AGPS and 802.11b/g WLAN.
Keen to get your hands on a SSD storage? Perhaps a SSD Express card might be of your fancy. I-O Data unveils its latest SSD Express Card storage that is expected to retail in May.
LG has announced their latest BD370 Blu-ray disc player for users to watch their favorite Full HD movies. It supports BD Live which allows user to connect to the Internet and download movie trailers, stream videos from YouTube as well as enjoy some games.
Even though the BlackBerry Storm was announced since last year, the smartphone only arrives in Singapore today, officially. The local media was invited to the product launch and had a chance to hands-on the world’s first “clickable” touchscreen smartphone.
HTC has unveiled two of their latest flagship devices in Singapore – Touch Diamond 2 and Touch Pro 2 – designed to simplify information access with HTC’s Push Internet and unify personal communication with single-view contact integration.
Today, Samsung Singapore announced three new LCD displays which include the 50 Series, 70 Series and LD Series. The new models boasts slim and stylish designs and incorporate the latest Samsung technologies for superb viewing experiences.
Buffalo unveils a new model of USB external HDD (HDS-CU2) in a press release yesterday. The HDS-CU2 is available in both 500GB and 1TB sizes and targets the self employed office market segment with its feature to auto encrypt data and protects confidential and sensative data.