LG and Prada have collaborated once again to bring the new LG PRADA II (LG-KF900) phone, and PRADA Link digital watch to the die-hard fashion fans. We take a look at the stylish phone and watch and see how great they are aside from its prestige branding.
Yesterday, a user posted an interesting piece of discovery in our forums and that had prompted enthusiasts to try for themselves. Till now, several users have reported success with the unlocking of the Phenom II X3 processors. To verify those claims, board makers too had done some internal testings and so far achieve some success as well. Above is test done
GIGABYTE announce X58/P45/P43/P41 series motherboards as well as other motherboard series featuring the ALC889A or ALC888 audio codecs now offer support for Sound Blaster X-Fi Technology. Choose your board and download the respective drivers. However, there is a 30 day free trial period tag to it so you will have to pay a sum to Creative for continuous usage.
For those who missed the tide of the Nokia E71 can check out this new Nokia E63 that offers a lot of resemblence to its sibling. What’s more, it is available from today at an attractive retail price of SGD528 (w/o GST and operator plan).
With today’s release of the 433X CF card, Pretec is breaking its own world record of previous fastest CF card (333X) by more than 30%. Using a specially-crafted controller IC and SLC NAND flash technology, the Pretec 433X CF card reaches 65MB/s read speed and 50MB/s write speed. The Pretec 433X CF card is sampling now
We have already told you quite a bit of details about GeForce GTS 240 which is slated for April release. It is basically 55nm G92 based 9800 GT GPU on a new P361 PCB and internally Nvidia calls it D10P2. Now we will provide you a glimpse on the schematic diagram of the GTS 240 card. The differences are mainly on the
AMD provided a live demonstration of their 6-core Opteron processor code-named “Istanbul.” It is basically a 6-core version of 45nm “Shanghai” Opteron and is pin compatible with the current Socket F boards. AMD seems to be right on track for launch in H2 2009. As Tech Report has reported, AMD has provided a few demonstrations on Istanbul silicon
JC Hyun Systems develops the world’s first car infotainment system using Creative’s award-winning Xtreme Fidelity (X-Fi) technology to enhance the overall in-car audio experience of motorists. It is built using a powerful Intel dual-core (360/300MHz) processor. It features the MMSP2 MPEG video hardware engine, SiRF III GPS chipset and Creative Technology’s X-Fi Audio Processor. The RUNZ
It was just two weeks ago that SingTel and HTC announced the HTC Dream Android phone which is soon to arrive in Singapore. And today, that has become official; you can purchase the HTC Dream from tomorrow at SingTel retail stores.
We’re back with benchmarks and overclocking results…Which motherboard takes the X58 cake?
Samsung Singapore has just issued a statement involving an isolated batch of microSD cards bundled with the Samsung i780 mobile phone which are being affected by a low-threat Trojan virus. Consumers who have purchased their i780 mobile phones sold from January 2009 to March 2009 can have a one-for-one replacement of their microSD cards at authorized Samsung service centres.
NVIDIA has responded to a court filing on Monday in which Intel alleged that the 4-year-old chipset license agreement between the two companies does not extend to Intel’s future generation CPU architectures with “integrated” memory controllers, such as Nehalem. Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang reiterated that they are confident that the license, as negotiated, applies and that this is
Cicso has announced their expansion of their mobile business offering for leading 3G smartphones, including BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Curve 8900, and BlackBerry Storm from RIM, the Nokia E71, E75, N97 and other Nokia Eseries and Nseries, and the Samsung Blackjack II.
Logitech Singapore has unveiled the Ultimate Ears earphones in Singapore, namely the TripleFi, SuperFi and MetroFi range, as well as the Loud Enough series. The Ultimate Ears earphones are available now with suggested retail prices starting from SGD69.
Sony Electronics Asia Pacific has announced seven new additions to its T, W, and S series Cyber-shot cameras, namely DSC-T900, DSC-T90, DSC-W290, DSC-W270, DSC-W230, DSC-S980 and DSC-S930.
After releasing the 128 GB 2.5-inch SATA II SSD, Silicon Power doubled it with a 256GB version. It can reach a read speed of 165 MB/s and a write speed of 95MB/s as well as the very low (0.2ms) latency.
OCZ introduces Illuminati backlit keyboard offering multimedia consumers a host of features including rubber coated keys, 14 quick launch keys to better access to multimedia, and the choice of two backlit colors (red and blue). The keys are expected to last over 5 million cycles, and comes with 2 years warranty.
Thermaltake has expended into the rapid growing luxury consumer market with the creation of LUXA2 division. The first two product series from LUXA2 are HTPC enclosures and laptop coolers. For HTPC enclosure series, there are LM100 Mini, LM200 Touch & LM300 Touch Pro and for Laptop cooler series, there are M1-Pro, M2 and M3-Air.
ARCTIC COOLING launches the Accelero XTREME 4870X2 for the Radeon HD4870X2. The cooler is equipped with three 92mm PWM fans running from 1,000 to 2,000 RPM, generating 81 CFM airflow. The eight-heatpipe design can achieve 320 Watts cooling capacity. This product will be available by end of March 2009. The MSRP is US$68.30 and 53.95€ (excluding VAT).
Transcend has introduced two new digital photo frames – the PF810W (white) and PF810B (black) – that features 2GB built-in flash memory, a brilliant 8-inch LCD display with touch-sensitive keys.