Friday, 13 Dec 2013
On the first day of Christmas ... we suggest a Christmas present that is convertible and versatile. The transforming Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro is a great Ultrabook and perfect for a variety of different usage scenarios. Click on through to find out more about the product and also discover how you can win these gifts this holiday season with HardwareZone!
Using an Android device? Fire up the Google Play store, for there may be a few Google apps updates waiting for you. Say, how about a fun way to add snow to your photos?
Thursday, 12 Dec 2013
Sony has announced the limited availability premiums for customers who are first in line to pick up their Playstation 4 pre-order sets on 19th December. Among them, PS Vita TVs and ten-year membership plans to PS Plus. Full details inside.
In addition to releasing its Zenbook UX302, ASUS is also launching the GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II graphics card, which clocks in a boosted speed of 1020MHz, and comes packed with the ASUS DirectCU II technology.
Maintaining the Zenbook taper outline design and aluminum spun polish hallmark, the ASUS Zenbook UX302's scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 Full HD IPS display is coated with a sheer high gloss finish, and has been available for pre-order since 28 November. It will hit local stores on 20 December.
Want to breakaway from your hectic lifestyle to venture on an escapade? Google is now bringing 10 brand new 360˚ panoramic imagery of inaccessible locations around the world to you, on Street View.
ECS is implementing its Durathon Technology across its entire motherboard lineup, to help prevent PC system instability, short circuiting, and burnout.
Gigabyte has announced Thunderbolt 2 certification for its GA-Z87X-UD7 TH motherboard. The board features a pair of Thunderbolt 2 ports, which can daisy chain up to twelve devices and two displays.
The new gaming graphics card includes MSI's Twin Frozr IV Advanced Thermal Design and Airflow Control Technology, and NVIDIA technologies such as TXAA and Shield support. It also comes bundled with Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Origins, and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist.
In a bid to make their mobile platform competitive with Google's Android operating system, Microsoft is considering making Windows Phone and Windows RT available free of charge to device makers.