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  • Panasonic DMP-BD60-K, New Blu-Ray Disc Player In Town

    (Akihabara News) Panasonic DMP-BD60-K is the latest Blu-Ray disc player for homes. Supporting 1080/24p and 1080/60p video as well as ACVHD ones, the player also feature the x.v.Color, BD Live and VOD services like Youtube for example of video stored on your private network thanks to its DLNA compliance.

  • Onkyo Announces 2 New AV Amps In Japan

    Onkyo Japan announces 2 new AV Amps today – TX-SA607 and TX-SA507, it is pure love for Onkyo fans today as these lovely beauties will be slated for retail on 24 April 2009 in Japan.

  • Chaintech Unveils APOGEE DDR2 SO-DIMM For Netbooks

    Walton Chaintech has announced the release of DDR2 SO-DIMM module for the Netbook available in 1GB or 2GB capacities. Its key advantage is that the modules uses 12% less power than conventional DRAM modules. Regardless if CPU speeds are at 667 or 800, the DRAM runs at 5-5-5-15 timings.

  • OCZ Releases SODIMM For Mobile Intel Core 2 Extreme

    OCZ offers Intel Extreme SODIMM modules to the enthusiast market, optimized and predefined for platforms utilizing Intel Core™ 2 Extreme mobile processors. These new modules featuring Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP) will be available as OCZ DDR3 PC3-8500 4GB kits or single 2GB modules and are configured to run 1066MHz at CL6-6-6 latencies.

  • Nintendo Wii Price Cuts? Not Now

    While Sony had denied of any possible price cuts for Playstation 3, Nintendo appears to stand firm on its price for its console – Wii as well. The rumors of a possible price cut for Wii was squashed by none other than Nintendo’s President Satoru Iwata

  • Nanyang Polytechnic Establishes Games Resource Centre for PS3 and PSP Software Creation

    Today, Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) announced the collaboration with Sony Computer Entertainment Asia (SCE Asia) and Premium Agency Inc,(PA) with the signing of MOU to set up a SGD4 million Games Resource Centre at NYP to train students and industry professionals to develop games on the PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system and PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) handheld entertainment system.

  • IDF: Intel Demos New Platforms, Reveals New Chips

    Intel has announced its news release today to celebrate its 1 year anniversary of Atom’s release. Along with it was the announcing of its new Atom processors for MID platforms – Z550 and Z515, while revealing that the industry now look to adopting more mainstream PC and laptop versions of the Nehalem microarchitecture, including 32nm

  • [Rumor] New iPhone Model To Come Out?

    Engadget has reported of a possibility that a new iPhone model or maybe 2 new models will be coming out some time in June this year. Possibilities of models that will come with a 3.2mp still/video camera, 802.11n WiFi, more storage is not zero as Commercial Times have given a report saying that components from

  • Sony Singapore unveils BRAVIA WE5 Series LCD TV

    Sony Singapore has announced the new BRAVIA WE5 series LCD TV which claims environmentally friendly features such as the Microtubular HCFL, Presence Sensor and Energy Saving Switch to achieve minimal usage of energy.

  • MSI Entertainment Series Notebook: MSI EX300 Review

    The MSI EX300 notebook is loaded with Intel’s Centrino 2 technology and discrete graphics for all your entertainment needs. Join us for a quick run-through of this machine.

  • GSkill Releases DDR3-2000 “Trident” Tri-Channel Series

    G.Skill today launches Triple Channel DDR3 2000HMz “Trident” series for Core i7 processors and X58 chipset rated at CL 9-9-9-24 and 1.65V. It comes in 6GB kit (3 x 2GB) capacity and has some nice looking heatspreaders tested for best cooling effectiveness. Best suited for enthusiasts, overclockers and extreme gamers, it comes with G.SKILL Lifetime Warranty.

  • PowerColor Unveils Water-Cooled HD 4890 Card

    TUL announces the PowerColor Liquid Cooling Solution (LCS) HD 4890 card to be available from April 16th onwards for USD$339. In comparison, the standard edition is priced at around USD$249. The card uses EK copper water blocks, fully covering memory and power regulator chip with the ability to reduce temperature up to 20°C compared with reference

  • Toshiba Launches New Regza Z series in Japan

    (Akihabara News) Toshiba launches new Regza Z series in Japan with a slew of features to attract the consumers. Some of them had some interesting features that might catch your attention

  • OCZ Debuts $300 UPS For Enthusiasts

    OCZ unveiled the Pro-Source 1500, the first UPS from PC Power & Cooling. The Pro-Source 1500 features 10 minutes of back-up battery time at typical load (600W). The software and the front panel both show Input Voltage, Output Voltage, Frequency, Load, Backup Time, and Temperature. It is retailing for US$299.99

  • Samsung Impression Retailing At AT&T

    (Engadget) If you were hoping for a cellphone that comes with a big OLED screen, you might wanna take a look into Samsung Impression. The down side about it ? It is retailing at AT&T, right in North America.

  • LG’s New W53 SMART Monitors Just Got Cleverer

    (Engadget) Hitting worldwide this month, the new W53 SMART Monitors series by LG includes a few “smart” features.  Sizes will range form 18.5 to 27 inch with resolutions up to 1920×1080, offering contrast ratios up to 50000:1 at a response time of 2ms.

  • LG Introduces New Music Player Phone in Korea

    (Akihabara News) The  LG-GM310, LG-GM210 or LG-GM205 is the latest walkman music phones by LG. Sporting a trendy look, lets take a peek at what it has to offer

  • Nehalem-EP based Xeons Hit Akiba

    (Impress) With a TDP of 60W to 130W, these lovely Nehalem-EP based Xeon 5xxx series have hit Akiba stores. They don’t come cheap but these beasts has got the features packed to make its worth.

  • Galaxy Launched GTX 275 OC Edition with Digital PWM

    GALAXY has launched GeForce GTX275 OverClocked /w Digital PWM card that is clocked at 650MHz core, 1475MHz shader and 1200MHz memory. It has 240 stream processors same as GTX285 and 896MB of 0.8ns GDDR3 memory across a 448-bit wide memory bus. Find out why this card is different from the rest…

  • Dell’s Netbook Roadmap Leaked ?

    Engadget reports that Dell has leaked its netbook roadmap, revealing that the upcoming Mini 11 is scheduled for a Q3 2009 release.