- Just Announced
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
Sonyâ€™s latest detachable USB Charger boasts an increased capacity and the ability to charge two portable devices at the same time.
Integrated with advanced techniques and new features, ASRock HTPC series deliver the home entertainment experience in a myriad of ways.
The new toolkit from NVIDIA for CUDA allows for unified virtual addressing, GPU-to-GPU communication and enhanced C++ template libraries which enable more developers to take advantage of GPU computing.
New ASUS Wavi Xtion redefines PC-based gaming and home entertainment with intuitive gesture input in full high definition. Users will now be able to access specific content generated for the new motion sensing PC while also being able to enjoy other PC games where the keyboard controls have been remapped into motion gestures.
Sapphire introduces a new line of graphics cards along with a new range of mini-PCs. The graphics cards include the Eyefinity technology making them usable with multiple screens, while the mini-PCs are only half a liter in volume along with many more features.
Monday, 28 Feb 2011
Lexmark, a provider of imaging solution and services, has announced that ECS is to be the authorized distributor for Singapore due to ECS' regional network and channels as it prepares to penetrate the Asian market.
The Blackberry Torch 9800 is now available in red and white affording users more choice and personalization.
Norton is launching its new anti-virus software Norton 360 version 5.0 on 14 March 2011 for purchase in Singapore. The new software has been tested and ranked first by independent online threat detection companies and uses the software adoption patterns of over 175 million contributing anonymous users.
Tyan showcases a new array of single socket server/ workstation platforms as it debuts the new S5510 and S5512 Single-Processor Motherboards designed with Intel Cougar Point chipset and utilizing the next Generation Intel Xeon Processors for the embedded and SMB environments.
Western Digital partners with Singapore's A*STAR Data Storage Institute and the universities in the region to set up a new research and development center for the development of advanced hard drive technologies.