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Tuesday, 25 Jan 2011
Panasonic adds a string of digital cameras to its Lumix series including the DMC-TZ20, DMC-TZ18, DMC-FX77, and DMC-FT3.
Today, SanDisk Corporation announced four new products which will be available in the Singapore market. They are: SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I card, SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Card, SanDisk Ultra USB, and the SanDisk Cruzer Edge USB. Sandisk is also offering security software and online backup features on USB flash drives.
MSI announces the arrival of the world's fastest notebook, the MSI GT680. Powered by Intel 2nd Generation Core i7 quad core processor and NVIDIA's high-end DirectX 11-ready GeForce GTX 460M discrete graphics card, it is three times faster than other high-end gaming notebooks.
XFX reloads reality to PC multi-media and gaming with a new graphic card - its XFX AMD Radeon HD 6950 1GB. The 1 GB DDR5 RAM is sufficient for even the most extreme gamer, and faster core speeds deliver performance for the most intense gaming scenarios.
Monday, 24 Jan 2011
Apple today announced that more than 10 billion apps have been downloaded from its revolutionary App Store by the more than 160 million iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users worldwide.
Friday, 21 Jan 2011
Sony announced today that they will expand VAIO Y Series, an 11.6 inch slim and compact notebook PC, with new VISION Technology from AMD, in addition to the current Intel platform.
Palit offers rich, realistic and explosive HD gaming performance under maximum resolution setting by presenting double memory size GTX 580 3GB with massive 3072MB of GDDR5 memory.
Owners of HTC Wildfire and HTC Legend will receive a pop-up notification on their smartphones when HTC releases the FOTA (firmware over the air).
Kingmax shares attractive awards for over-clocking players to experience the extreme performance of Nano Gaming Ram. Simply answer a questionnaire and win prizes like Nano Gaming Ram, exHDD KE71 and USB Flash Drive PD33.
Philips' new range of headphones emit a noise cancelling frequency as you listen to music, filtering unwanted external noise by up to 85%, equivalent to approximately 16 decibels.