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  • The Zii Mystery Is Unravelled – Creative’s Nano-Sized Supercomputer

    About two weeks back Creative put up a teaser site about something called the Zii. Today, VR-Zone brings you the full story on this pint-sized computer.

  • Update: Sony VAIO P in Singapore

    VR-Zone attended the Sony VAIO P “Pocket style PC” media launch in Singapore today. Kazutoyo Araki, Senior Manager of Business Planning and Strategy for VAIO Global (center in above pic), gave the opening speech and presented the new VAIO P. Unlike the CES announced US model, the local version does not have built-in GPS or wireless WAN 3G

  • EVGA X58 SLI Classified Preview

    VR-Zone today takes a Sneak Preview at the new X58 Motherboard from EVGA, the EVGA X58 SLI Classified. It is powered by X58+ICH10R chipset with NVIDIA nF200 X16 and supports 6 DDR3 SDRAM DIMM sockets up to 24GB memories.

  • Samsung Announces Four New Digital Cameras

    Samsung has announced four new stylish-designed digital cameras for the first half of 2009 – HZ10W, TL100, SL102 and SL420 – aimed at users of various skill levels and budgets. The Samsung HZ10W will be available in January 2009 at an MSRP of USD299.99 while the pricing for TL100, SL102 and SL420 will be made

  • Sony VAIO P-Series Lifestyle PC

    Yes, its official. Sony has unveiled the VAIO P-series notebook which claims to be the world’s lightest 8-incher. It weighs just 0.64kg and features an 8-inch wide LED backlit display (1600 x 768). Comes in four colours, it will retail for approximately USD900.

  • SanDisk slotRadio Player

    Besides the high-capacity 16GB mobile memory cards, SanDisk has also announced their new slotRadio Player. This small, stylish and portable music device is bundled with a slotRadio card which is preloaded with 1,000 songs handpicked from the Billboard charts, and professionally arranged into a variety of genre-themed playlists.

  • Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt Portable Hard Drive

    Buffalo has unveiled their latest compact, lightweight storage solution – the MiniStation Cobalt Portable Hard Drive. Comes in Onyx Blue, Ruby Red and Pearl White flavors, it can store and back up your digital images, music and other files as well as automatically syncs with your PC or Mac, keeping your files up to date.

  • XFX Officially Releases Radeon HD 4000 Cards

    XFX, following its recently announced collaboration with AMD, today introduced its first Radeon™ HD-powered 4000 series cards, the XFX Radeon™ HD 4870, 4850, 4830, 4650 and 4350. Future collaborations will include over-clocked versions of these and other popular Radeon™ HD-powered cards.

  • Logitech Pure-Fi Dream Premium Bedroom Music System for iPod

    With this Logitech Pure-Fi Dream Premium Bedroom Music System for iPod, you can now enjoy superb audio experience at the comfort of your bedroom. The Pure-Fi music system also offers FM radio, motion- and light-sensing technology and dual alarm with backup battery.

  • QTV Digital Photo Frame

    Although it may look like a mini TV, this QTV is actually a digital photo frame, FM Radio, MP3 and MP4 viewer all-in-one. Comes in pink or yellow, this cute gadget is retailing at USD89.

  • Imation Launches Next Gen. 2.5-inch & 3.5-inch SSDs

    Imation today launched a new class of SSD solutions and an easy-to-install SSD upgrade kit to help users transition from hard disk to high-performance SSD technology. Imation’s new M-Class SSD drives and S-Class SSD drives will be available in 2.5-inch and 3.5- inch configurations, respectively, with capacities ranging from 32GB to 128GB. The Imation M-Class

  • SanDisk Readies Next Gen. SSDs For Netbooks

    SanDisk unveiled its next-generation of flash memory-based SSD to support netbook market – SanDisk® pSSD™.  Designed as drop-in replacements for HDDs, SanDisk’s new second generation module has a SATA interface to meet new netbook design requirements. Available in capacities of 8, 16, 32 and 64GB, SanDisk Gen 2 pSSD drives are aggressively priced and slated to be available

  • Leadtek Announces WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+

    LEADTEK announces its latest WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+ with a new graphics card packaging design. This card has 216 shader processors and is clocked at 602MHz for the core.

  • Lenovo Announced IdeaCentre A600

    Lenovo has announced their new all-in-one IdeaCentre A600 desktop PC that sports a slim and stylish design and equipped with impressive features to satisfy entertainment enthusiasts.

  • Nvidia 40nm Mobile GPUs Line-Up For 2009

    Recently, we revealed the 40nm desktop GPUs lineup from Nvidia and now we will reveal their 40nm mobile GPUs lineup for this year to give you a better picture. Nvidia naming scheme for mobile side is pretty confusing, let alone the number of re-branding and renaming taking place but we have compiled a nice table to make it easy for you to

  • Sony Ericsson G705

    The Sony Ericsson G705 is small in size, but huge in features. The 3.2-megapixel camera slider phone has almost everything you need to stay connected, enjoy your favourite music and videos and keep you from getting lost.

  • G.Skill Unveiled “Perfect Storm” DDR3-2000 CL7 Triple Channel Kit

    G.Skill today announces Triple Channel DDR3 2000HMz performance memory at enhanced CL 7-8-7 timings. The “Perfect Storm” series is new from G.SKILL and is equipped with a powerful air-cooling fan to provide outstanding temperature performance.

  • Thermaltake Provides Phase Change Cooling for AMD Graphics Cards

    Thermaltake today announced an initiative with AMD to redesign the revolutionary Xpressar micro refrigeration cooling system for use with ATI Radeon™ HD 4000 series graphics cards. First introduced in a specialized case designed to achieve CPU temperatures much lower than standard liquid cooling systems, the Xpressar technology will be modified for use as a graphics

  • Creative Vado HD

    It fits in your pocket, it’s discreet and doesn’t need to be fed metal oxide covered polyester tapes. Could this be the ultimate pocket digital camcorder featuring 720p HD recording? The Creative Vado HD could very well be the next best thing for capturing, America’s Funniest, most disatrous sports, or some other kind of extreme

  • Nvidia 40nm Desktop GPUs Line-Up For 2009

    According to some documents VR-Zone has seen, Nvidia is preparing move to 40nm process technology for their top to bottom GPU line-up by Q2 next year. This transition to 40nm will first take place with their high end GT212 GPU in Q2 follows by the mainstream GT214 and GT216 as well as value GT218 in Q3. Read more to