Tuesday, 7 Jun 2011
Sony's range of products grows by one with the introduction of a new 24-inch Full HD 3D LCD display which also allows two viewers to see two unique displays at the same time.
The NGP now has a name and it is Vita. More information was released by Sony about its next handheld console and how it is going to fit into the PlayStation gaming ecosystem.
The Mercury Extreme is a high performance consumer 6Gb/s SandForce Processor-Based SSDs from OWC and it now comes with a warranty that extends over five years. The extended warranty coverage is also extended retro-actively to owners of the Mercury Extreme Pro 6G who purchased their drives in mid-April 2011.
A bright and fast, normal 50mm fixed focal length lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.8 the F-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G is now being offered by Nikon and is compatible with their FX-format digital-SLR cameras. It is being priced at S$339.
Launch of Apple's iCloud service will enable users of iOS mobile devices to be less reliant on the PC for file transfers or data backups.
The Apple iOS 5 beta release includes over 200 new features that will be available to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users this fall.
Apple today announced that Mac OS X Lion will be available to customers in July as a download from the Mac App Store for US$29.99.
Monday, 6 Jun 2011
Toshiba unveils its two new additions to the Qosmio series with the launch of the F750 and the X770. Designed with the gamer's needs and requirements in mind, both laptops boast specifications to optimize display and provide excellent graphics.
Kingston Announces Collaboration with Symantec, EA, PopCap and Maxthon for Future Versions of urDrive
Kingston today announced relationships with Symantec, Electronic Arts, Inc., PopCap Games and Maxthon. Software and games from these four companies will be a part of urDrive. a free pre-loaded application on various Kingston USB DataTraveler Flash drives.
The new Wi-Drive from Kingstone stylishly delivers wireless, portable and shareable storage for iPad, iPhone and iPod users.