- Just Announced
Wednesday, 18 May 2011
M1 Limited today announced it will offer iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G in Singapore on 20 May. M1 will offer all iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G models with select tariff plans on a two-year contract, as well as a range of attractive data plans for iPad 2 without a contract.
A harmonious blend of aesthetics, design, ergonomics and hardware the Samsung Series 9 laptops offer a whopping 400 nits brightness and are now available for $2488.
StarHub today announced it will offer iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G in Singapore on May 20. StarHub will offer all iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G models with select tariff plans on a two-year contract, as well as a range of attractive data plans for iPad 2 without a contract.
The new Logitech Wireless Mouse M235 features advanced optical tracking, a sleek and comfortable design along with 2.4 GHz Wireless connectivity for ease of use with notebooks.
Those with a BlackBerry can now manage their hotel bookings, currency conversions and get weather forecasts with the BlackBerry Travel App which is now available to users in Singapore
NVIDIA has unveiled the Tesla M2090 GPU, the world's fastest parallel processor for high performance computing which achieved the fastest-ever performance in a key measure of scientific computation.
Offering diversity and versatility the new lineup from Gainward based on the GeForce GTX560 has different specifications to tackle different tasks and meet user expectations.
In addition to the great performance delivered by the GeForce GTX560 Series, the new graphic cards from Palit sport a 9cm large turbofan with a new design which aims are keeping your card cool even when handling the the most stringent of loads.
Sparkle's GeForce GTX560 Graphics Cards provide a standard 1 Gb solution along with an Over clocked 1 Gb version and a 2 Gb version as well. Tested out with a host of games they are sure to improve display performance.
Designed to deliver high performance at 1080p, the new GeForce GTX560 cards from Zotac come in a variety of models to meet the needs of gamers and end users.