SteelSeries, makers of gaming peripherals and accessories, has unveiled the 6Gv2 Mechanical Keyboard at CeBIT, targeting hardcore gamers. More next page…
Fractal Design has unveiled its Tesla series of PSUs. Read more…
Corsair A50 Corsair, leader in the design and manufacture of high-speed memory modules since 1994, has announced the Corsair Cooling Air Series A70 and A50 performance CPU coolers. More…
Today, Canon Singapore unveiled their new consumer digital SLR camera, EOS 550D, four compact digital cameras – PowerShot SX 210 IS, IXUS 210, IXUS 130 and IXUS 105 – and four PIXMA printers.
Bright Side of News report that Apple have bought a large chunk of ATI Radeon HD 5750 cards for its iMac refresh, which BSN suggests would be in June 2010. Apple has embraced ATI Radeon graphics cards since mid-2009, with the current iMacs shipping mostly with Radeon HD 4670 and especially HD 4850 cards. This
Things are still a lil cloudy yet exciting as pictures of a Blackberry slider phone surfaced around the internet sphere. Could it be the Blackberry Storm 3 ?
That was pretty much what two-time Pwn2Own winner Charlie Miller had to say in an interview with OneITSecurity. What does this mean for computer security, and is there anything that the average user can do to keep himself or herself safe when online? Read on to find out more…
Nokia Singapore has introduced their new C5 smartphone that is designed for social networking and sharing. This means you will be able to access your favorite social networking sites including Facebook and MySpace, as well as instant messaging and check your emails on Ovi Mails too. The phone is scheduled to be available in Q2.
Believe the hype – PC Gaming is fun again! Available on PC, XBOX and PS3, this FPS features groundbreaking graphics, audio, physics and the same award-winning Battlefield multiplayer gameplay! We review the PC edition and show you why you should go down now to your friendly neighbourhood gameshop to buy or digital download this epic game
Tweakers.net reports that Intel plans to release mainstream CPUs with unlocked multipliers – a feature normally reserved for the Extreme Edition CPUs, which generally retail at the $999 price point. Steve Peterson from Intel did not reveal much details – only that we can expect affordable CPUs with unlocked multipliers. This would make most sense
At long last, Nvidia’s elusive Geforce GTX 480 has been caught in the bare – by Tweakers.net at Cebit 2010, despite stringent security measures by Nvidia. However, the particular card photographed happens to be the A2 revision – whereas the final shipping stepping is expected to be A3. More next page.
Verbatim has launched the eSATA/USB 2.0 Combo HDD 500GB, adding on to its line-up of external storages.
Taipei based Team Group Inc is preparing the Pocketbook TL (TP1021) and BS (TP1022) for launch at CeBIT.
Apple unleashes its lawsuit against HTC over patent infringement. It looks like the legal dept of HTC is gonna get very busy. Read on..
Upcoming firmware v2.0.3 for Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II will be hitting officially sometime this month. More after the break
Perhaps like many other reviewing sites and blogs who were anticipating the launch of Eee Keyboard by Asus. You might be disappointed in a way
Today, Samsung held a regional forum at Suntec Singapore and announced their new product lineup which include Full HD 3D LED TVs, NX10 digital camera as well as laptops and home appliance. According to the manufacturer, they would be the first to launch the Full HD 3D LED TVs in Southeast Asia and Oceania from this
Following information on the quite insane HD 5970 Ares, Sapphire has joined the party with an extreme version of the HD 5970. Whilst the standard HD 5970 carries two Cypress GPUs clocked at 725 MHz for the core, and 1000 MHz for 2GB of GDDR5 memory, the Asus and Sapphire versions take it up all
When Intel made an agreement sometime last year with TSMC in which Intel would open up its processor technology and allow the latter to manufacture Atom-based chips, it was thought that x86 might finally be able to make a legitimate challenge in the embedded device segment. But with news that the collaboration is currently on
Now that it is quite certain that the touchscreen is going to have a role to play in the next computing interface paradigm, it only makes sense that more OEMs should start experimenting with it for their latest products. And with that being said, move over tablets and MIDs, Dell is here to put a