Western Digital has unveiled its latest lineup, a spacious 4TB MyBook Studio Edition II External hard disk. It just gets bigger and the latest model sports both USB2.0 and Firewire800,400 and eSATA inputs.
Toshiba Computer Systems Division (CSD), a division of Toshiba Singapore, today announced three new additions to its Portege and Satellite line – Portege M900 (Signature series), Satellite L510 and Satellite M500 (Premier series).
Panasonic has announced the world’s lightest High Definition (HD) camcorders – HDC-SD10 and HDC-TM10. Both weighs approximately 227g though they do offer powerful 16x optical zoom and advanced features to capture stunning images.
(Engadget Japan) Apple is getting all ready for its next update on the Mac OS, the upcoming 10.6 “Snow Leopard” will be set to ship in September this year. An upgrade option is available for a mere US$29 for existing Leopard users. Read on to find out more.
It is confirmed and unveiled, the new iPhone3GS will be enhanced with a slew of noticable upgrades and yes, 32GB option will also be available. Getting excited? Read on to find out
WWDC 2009 was surely full of many interesting surprises as Apple has unveiled a lineup of Macbooks with improved specifications and most importantly – lower prices.
JVC introduces their all new business class ultra thin 32 inch Full HD LCD TV which is just 6.4mm thick at the thinnest point, all ready for retail in August this year.
Starting from next month, AMD will cut the prices of their Radeon HD 4890, 4870, 4850 up to as much as US$50. This move is probably to lower the current inventory of their high end GPUs to make way for the RV870 series in September. Read more…
Kingston has announced the release of a series of affordable SSDs in capacities of 64GB and 12GB for the mass market over at Computex Taipei last week. This is Kingston’s first in-road in making their own SSDs apart from the SSD co-branding they are having with Intel. Right now, Kingston will be having 3 products line-up; the SSDNow E and M Series
Epson Singapore has announced their latest 3LCD projector which incorporates the new D7 panel technology, promising users full high definition home cinematic experience. Features include 2.1x optical zoom, horizontal and vertical lens shift, and dynamic contrast ratio of 75,000:1.
Sony Japan has unveiled their latest noise cancelling earphones: MDR-NC300D, capable of noise cancelling up to 98.4%. All of this, powered by a AA sized battery and it will last you 20 hours of audio.
Apple’s WWDC is just around the corner (Monday stateside) and we have seen a fair share of rumors of a new iPhone model coming soon with interesting features. Now, this new model is rumored to be given with the codename “3GS”, read on to find out more
In a note by Acer’s chairman – JT Wong, the Android netbooks recently announced by Acer will actually ship as dual-boot systems with both Android and Windows.
The highly anticipated Nokia N97 has finally reached Singapore. You can purchase this phone from all authorized retail outlets at SGD1,028 (without Comes with Music) or SGD1,228 (with “Comes with Music”).
Panasonic announced KX-VC500, a HD video conferencing device up to 1920x1080i (up to ~8Mb/s). The KX-VC500 is set to retail in October this year.
We’re back with motherboards, graphics cards and much more, direct to you from Computex 09 in Taipei, Taiwan!
Fancy a new facade for your system? Need a more beefy power supply for that multi-GPU setup? VR-Zone takes a look at the casings and power supplies on show at Computex 2009.
Tired of notebook PCs with almost similar design and finish? Well, ASUS is adding a new finish to their line of notebooks to make them look more aesthetically pleasing.
Panasonic Japan has unveiled its latest lineup R8 series Lets Note Light notebook. The CF-R8WWLAJP is not your ordinary laptop. Capable of withstanding impacts and water resistant, it will be retailing at the end of June this year
In a recent announcement, Belkin will be unveiling its latest accessory targeted to the iPhone 3.0 OS. Known as the TuneCast Auto Live FM Transmitter, it pulls GPS data from the phone to figure out the clearest FM frequency to use based on “geographical” data and on the recommendations of other local users.