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Friday, 28 Jan 2011
HIS launches its HIS 6970 & 6950 Fan Turbo 2GB GDDR5 graphics card. Offering features like AMD Eyefinity technology, AMD HD3D technology and DirectX 11support, the new 6900 Turbo Series provides good image quality and unbelievable performance to the gamers at every advantages.
Edimax's wireless nano USB adapter and wireless broadband nano router have won the 2011 Taiwan Excellence Award. The wireless nano USB adapter is the smallest adapter in the market today, while the wireless broadband nano router is energy-efficient and space-saving as well.
Vogel's releases the RingO Universal iPad Mounting System, which allows you to securely mount your iPad or other tablets everywhere you go, even in the car. RingO accomplishes all that in a sleek European designed package that utilizes their patented ring system.
Intel's new data center cable from the Server Adapter X520 family aims to lower costs and environmental impact along with speeding up the adoption of cloud technology.
Razer releases a commemorative Black Edition of their popular DeathAdder gaming mouse.
Creative announces that its THX TruStudio Pro audio technology is featured on the MSI GT680, the world's fastest notebook which was unveiled earlier this month at the 2011 CES.
Thursday, 27 Jan 2011
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced today that its next generation portable entertainment system, codenamed 'NGP', will make its debut at the end of the year 2011.
Fuji Xerox is offering a special promotion for their pink DocuPrint P205 b printers this Valentine's Day. Buyers who purchase a unit of the pink printer can choose to send a bouquet of flowers personally delivered by Far East Flora or pamper their loved ones with Pink Parlour vouchers worth up to $55.
Gefen announces its ToolBox 2.0 Extender. With four ports it can connect and power units 100m away.
Today at the AMD Asia Pacific Fusion Tech Day, AMD launched a new class of accelerated processors in Asia Pacific that combines more compute capabilities than any processor in the history of computing.