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  • Aerocool Details Strike-X Gaming Cases

    Taipei-based Aerocool has unveiled the Strike-X tower case, targeting gamers.

  • Roccat Intros Kone[+] Gaming Mouse

    Roccat has announced the Kone, a refresh of its popular Kone gaming mouse.

  • Logitech Unveils K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard

    Logitech has launched the Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800, featuring backlit keys with ambient light sensors and motion sensors. The compact keyboard features Logitech’s Unifying technology, PerfectStroke key system, Incurve keys, and comes with a tiny 2.4 GHz wireless Unified receiver. The Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 is expected to hit store shelves come August at

  • Nubox opens new store in Tampines Mall, brings Apple products to the heartlands

    Previously, if one wanted to shop for Apple-related products such as iPods, Macs or even iPads, a trip down to the town area was almost inevitable due to the lack of authorised Apple resellers in other areas. Nubox has set out to change that though: by opening its first new Apple Premium Reseller store in

  • AMD gains share in Notebook CPU market

    IDC have estimated market shares in the CPU industry for Q2 2010. Intel continued to dominate overall, but surprisingly, AMD pulled back a chunk of market share in the notebook CPU market – dominated by Intel. Compared to Q1 2010, AMD’s notebook CPU market share rose sharply by 1.6%, from 12.1% in Q1 to 13.7%

  • Insights from the Inside: Interview with Antec’s Senior Vice President

    Want to know more about Antec’s new High Current Gamer and High Current Pro power supplies? What’s so special about the LANBOY Air casing? Does Antec have any plans for watercooling fans? Anymore cool stuff this year? Hear them all from Scott Richards, Antec’s Senior Vice President.

  • Plantronics GameCom 777 Headset Delivers Superior Experience To Gamers

    Gamers can enjoy immersive experience with this new Plantronics GameCom 777 headset. Featuring a lightweight and open-ear design, the GameCom 777 is extremely comfortable even on long hours. With the noise-cancelling microphone, gamers can communicate with their team mates with good clarity.

  • Razer Unveils BlackWidow Gaming Keyboard

    Razer, leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, has announced the BlackWidow/ BlackWidow Ultimate keyboards at Gamescom 2010.

  • Mach Xtreme Readies MX-CX Series Flash Drives

    Taipei-based Mach Xtreme Technology is preparing to release its MX-CX flash drives.

  • Lian Li Announces PC-C50 HTPC Chassis

    Lian Li has launched the PC-C50 chassis, targeting HTPC enthusiasts.

  • Roccat Introduces Taito Kingsize MTW Edition Mousepad

    Hamburg-based Roccat has announced its new Taito Kingsize MTW Edition mousepad at Gamescom in Cologne.

  • Check out BlackBerry App World 2.0

    The wait is finally over for BlackBerry users who have been asking for the paid apps on their devices. According to Research in Motion, the new BlackBerry App World 2.0 is available from today and paid apps will be available.

  • Apple files patent for technology to identify and lock out authorized users from future portable devices

    You know that Big Brother is watching you when something like this can actually be filed for a patent application. And Apple is seemingly all too keen to play that role when its iPhones and iPads are concerned. This time, it will not only be looking out for a user’s picture, but also the sound

  • G.Skill launches new Phoenix Pro solid state drives

    G.Skill has added three new capacity points to its Phoenix Pro series of solid state drives – 40GB, 80GB and 160GB. The Phoenix Pro is no slouch when it comes to performance, serving up to 50,000 IOPS in 4K random writes.

  • [Rumour] AMD to use both Globalfoundries and TSMC for 28nm GPUs

    Earlier this year, AMD CEO Dirk Meyer stated that the “first intersection” of 28nm ATI GPUs will be manufactured on Globalfoundries’ 28nm process. Rumours have continued ever since about the possibility of moving completely to GloFo or dividing between TSMC and GloFo. Fudzilla now reports that AMD GPG is now working on two 28nm chips

  • Canon introduces new PIXMA printers and CanoScan scanners

    Today, Canon Singapore unveiled their latest PIXMA All-in-One (AIO) photo printers and the new PIXMA Black series in a stylish black housing. On top of that, the company also introduced the new PIXMA logo as seen above.

  • Eight Core Sandy Bridge Pictures / Screenshots leaked

    XtremeSystems Forums member JCornell has posted several pictures of Intel’s 8-core Sandy Bridge Engineering Sample, including screenshots of CPU-Z and Everest on Windows 7. Intel’s mainstream Sandy Bridge CPUs – dual and quad core – will fit into LGA 1155. However, a different platform will be used for the enthusiast 6/8 core Sandy Bridge, around

  • Olympus launches new compact cameras and voice recorders

    It seems like Olympus is on a roll. Not only did the company launch two new digital compact cameras, it has also released a six new voice recorders, which will be sold under the DM, WS and VN series’ banners. ‘Tis a good day to start saving for a spending spree. Read on for more

  • NETGEAR and Panasonic partners to deliver wireless experience on Viera TVs

    NETGEAR and Panasonic have announced their collaboration which would benefit consumers to access and stream content wirelessly to their Viera TVs, providing connected entertainment experience.

  • [Rumour] Cheapest Sandy Bridge priced at $78

    The entry level Sandy Bridge will end up priced at $78, a full $9 lower than the cheapest Clarkdale, Pentium G6950. Despite the emergence of Intel Core CPUs, the Pentium brand name has proved to be surprisingly resilient, thanks to the high demand for budget CPUs in the developing economies, and the entry level Sandy