Friday, 29 Apr 2011
LG announced the launch of its 2011 TV range for the Singapore market, delivering cutting edge innovations that promise to transform the way consumers enjoy televisions at home.
Thursday, 28 Apr 2011
MSI has officially launched the unique technology to support hard drives larger than 3TB - 3TB+ Infinity.
Dell is reinforcing its Alienware brand in the Singapore gaming scene today with the launch of the 14-inch M14x laptop and new refreshes to the M11x and M17x.
Club 3D announces the introduction of the new Radeon HD 6770 1GB GDDR5 graphics card based on Juniper XT chipset.
Acer presents ICONIA TAB W500, which combines tablet and PC to bring about the user-friendliness of the tablet and the familiarity of the PC, and ICONIA DUO, a device combining the versatility of a conventional 14-inch form factor with a unique dual-screen layout and highly intuitive all-point multi-touch functionality.
HIS launches the HIS 6770 & 6750 Fan 1GB GDDR5 graphics cards, delivering stunning HD gaming and computing experience with complete DirectX 11 support and a broad array of advanced graphics, display and memory technologies.
Nikon has announced a brand new AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G lens, which updates the 2002 AF 50mm f/1.8D lens. The new lens comes with a built-in Silent Wave Motor (SWM), which means it can be used with both FX and DX cameras as well as entry-level DX cameras like the D5100 which don't come with auto-focus motors built in.
Sapphire introduces several new models in the HD 6700 series aimed at users wanting to benefit from the latest features including multi-screen displays and stereoscopic 3D output.
ASUS announces the self-designed HD 6770 DirectCU and HD 6750 Formula graphics cards, which are equipped with the ASUS-exclusive Super Alloy Power technology, delivering a 15% performance boost along with a lifespan that is 2.5 times longer than conventional graphics cards.
David Pogue of the New York Times recommends the best camera apps for your iPhone, so as to "save you the four years (and thousands of dollars) it would take you to try out all 6,500 apps."