- Event Coverage
Acer has just revealed their new Acer Tempo series, featuring five models, each with a different focus. They include a dual-sided touch device with a numeric keypad, another with dual SIM cards capability and two others with a 3.8-inch WVGA screen. We give you a quick summary of the new Acer line-up.
At long last, the HTC phones that got everyone excited at the Mobile World Congress 2009 is within sight. Succeeding the HTC Touch Diamond and HTC Touch Pro, we witnessed the launch of the next generation, the HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2. Enjoy the picture spread, right after the jump!
If you've been stalking Lenovo's new offerings at CES earlier this year, then wait no more. Freshly launched are two IdeaPad notebooks and the much anticipated IdeaCenter AIO desktop PC. Here are the latest brass tacks from what we've harvested. Read on!
Bangkok was the venue for the Asian final of Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Competition 2009. We dropped by Pantip Plaza, the mall for all things IT in the city to catch more than our fair share of liquid nitrogen action.
Leaving PMA 2009 behind, Olympus has officially introduced their summer lineup for all the photography enthusiasts out there. And we do mean all, because the Japanese company has unveiled a full flood of devices which includes nine compact cameras and two DSLRs. Check out all the products here!
Canon Singapore introduced the latest in their camcorder line-up yesterday with the unveiling of the new LEGRIA line. All seven camcorders, the LEGRIA HF S10, HF S100, HF20, HF200, FS22, FS21 & FS200 are a mix of standard and high definition camcorders and all record to flash memory. More details inside.
What happens when you take some of the best ideas that enthusiasts have always been working on and stick them into a product that is usually reserved for mission critical workloads and business productivity? HP's latest Z Series redefines the workstation and we give you our first hand insights straight from Beverly Hills.
Sony's latest business projectors were unveiled just a few hours back. And the lineup looks pretty promising, ranging from the slim VPL-MX series, to the value for money VPL-E series. Check out our initial thoughts of the Japanese manufacturer's projectors here.
The wait for Panasonic's new fleet of VIERA Plasma and LCD TVs announced at CES this year is finally over! Panasonic is ready to let loose these panels in the Asian market with a slew of enhanced features, brighter panels and slimmer proportions. Check them out in our coverage of Panasonic's VIERA regional launch.
In our last part of the IT Show 2009 coverage, we take a look at brands like Axxio, D-Link, Epson, Fujitsu, Garmin, JVC, Linksys, Panasonic, Phillips and many more. This is the final part, we promise!
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