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  • Biostar TP35D3-A7 Deluxe Bearlake Review

    With a whole new range of Intel P35 motherboard makers fighting to be the ultimate contender, its no exception that Biostar would join in the contest. Today we find out how well a fight the Biostar TP35D3-A7 Deluxe puts up.

  • Marvell Rolls Out DASH Technology

    Marvell announced it is demonstrating Marvell Yukon technology for advanced PC manageability based on the Desktop and Mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH) standard, at the Fall Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. DASH is a new standards-based architecture from the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) that brings a new level of IT tracking

  • Creative Zen: Miniature MP3 wonder & Gigaworks T40…

    Introducing the Creative Zen! The flash player is the official successor of the ZEN Vision:M, and is available in capacities of 4GB, 8GB and 16GB, and is advertised to be the “MP3 credit size wonder”. Read on for our take on it, and at the same time we’ll be taking a further look at the

  • Razer brings a new weapon of choice to gamers – the Lachesis!

    Equipped with the revolutionary 4000dpi Razer Precision 3G Laser ‘s sensor, the Razer Lachesis� gaming mouse takes on the same lethal traits as its namesake that will send shivers down your enemies spines. .

  • Canon launches 2 new CanoScan Models in Singapore

    Singapore, 17 September 2007 – Canon continues to offer exceptional quality to users with the launch of the 2 new CanoScan models that fit the needs of your digital lifestyle.

  • Shuttle DVO SG33G5M Deluxe Closeup!

    The Shuttle D’VO Series is the latest in home entertainment platform. Experience visually stunning High-Definition video playback, paired with the finest cinematic surround sound effects. Home theater is only a Shuttle D’VO platform away.

  • ASUS P5E3 X38 Overclocking Test

    Let’s take an initial overclocking test on this X38 chipset Motherboard.

  • HTC launches the HTC TyTN II in Singapore

    Singapore � September 13, 2007 � HTC Corp. (TAIEX: 2498; �HTC�), the world’s leading provider of Microsoft� Windows Mobile� smart devices, today unveiled the HTC TyTN II. Featuring global high speed HSDPA connectivity, in-built GPS for personal navigation and an innovative adjustable screen angle, this device is the ultimate mobile companion. The HTC TyTN II

  • Win a Kingston Bicycle

    Would you like to own this spanking new Kingston Bicycle? Easy! Just join our Keep Fit with Kingston Contest!

  • Nvidia G98 Card To Price Cheaply At $ 59

    Nvidia G98 is also codenamed D8M which stands for Desktop 8 Mainstream will come cheap at US$ 59. This G98 card will come even cheaper than the current GeForce 8400 GS with only 4 layer PCB. It is meant to put further pressure on ATi low end segment with the RV610 and the upcoming RV620.

  • Intel 300mm Fab 68 In China Breaks Ground

    Intel today broke ground on its first 300mm wafer fabrication facility in Asia. The new factory, named Fab 68, will extend Intel’s manufacturing leadership, while helping cultivate engineering talent, accelerate the growth of China’s information technology (IT) ecosystem, and bring Intel’s culture of environmental leadership to China. The $ 2.5 billion project is set to

  • Games Convention Asia 2007 @ Suntec City, Singapore

    The Asian version of the well-received Games Convention in Europe is having its first-ever inaugural exhibit opening here in sunny Singapore! VR-zone crashes in and takes you on a tour of the entire exhibition!

  • Nokia launches the 7500 Prism Mobile Phone!

    The Nokia 7500 Prism’s unquestionably cool slick black exterior is spliced with a playful burst of bright accent color, with a choice of three interchangeable punchy colors. Resembling a strobe-light, the device nods to the burgeoning neon lights of contemporary urban club culture. The Nokia Prism 7500 has a 2 Megapixel camera, can record high

  • SLS Walkabout 7th September 2007

    Well here it is again folks, the weekly SLS Walkabout, in our effort to prepare our readers for their weekend shopping. Featuring some interesting batteries, mainboards and other stuff. Read on to find out more!

  • Nvidia G92 Card is 9-inch Long

    VR-Zone has learned that G92 reference card is 9-inch long, same length as the GeForce 8800 GTS but it is single slot. The PCB version is P393. The 1ns DDR3 memories are arranged in 16Mx32x8PCS array. The card has outputs like HDTV, HDCP, DVI, but no display port yet. Expect some interesting PCB and cooler

  • Seagate Desktop & Notebook HDDs w/ Encryption Chip

    Seagate announced a 1 terabyte (TB) desktop hard drive that uses government-grade encryption to prevent desktop PC information from falling into the wrong hands, as well as a new 250GB 2.5-inch notebook hard drive.Built with the same Seagate DriveTrust Technology that powers Momentus 5400 FDE.2 hard drives, the world’s first notebook disc drive with built-in

  • Nvidia G92 is GeForce 8700 GTS

    VR-Zone has learned more about the upcoming Nvidia G92 where the official marketing name is most likely to be GeForce 8700 GTS. As revealed earlier, G92 is 65nm based and has 256-bit memory bus width. The reference 8700 GTS card has 8-layer PCB and comes with 512MB GDDR3 1ns memories so the memory clock of

  • Qualcomm Challenges Intel on New UMPC Chips

    Infoworld reported that HTC is already testing new processors from Qualcomm and hopes to challenge Intel in the market for ultramobile PCs and mobile devices. The Scorpion processor currently being sampled is a 1GHz chip that uses between 250 milliwatts and 500 milliwatts of power compared to Intel A110 processor for ultramobile PCs runs at

  • Quad Core Tigerton Server Spotted @ GCA

    While we are lurking around Games Convention Asia one day before it opens, we have spotted a 4-way Tigerton S7000FC4UR server at Anewtech booth. This server is powered by Intel Xeon X7350 quad core "Tigerton" processor clocked at 2.93GHz/1066FSB with 8MB L2 cache topping at 130W TDP. This processor is the highest end of the