Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015
At Computex 2015, ASUS unveiled its new Strix lineup of high-end PCIe sound cards targeted at enthusiasts and gamers.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple's new music streaming service will be priced at US$10 a month. In addition, the three-month free trial will be different from its rival Spotify. Hit the link to find out more.
If rumors are true, Samsung will be announcing a Plus variant of the Galaxy S6 in the coming weeks. How different is this model from the current Galaxy S6 models? Read on to find out more.
ASUS has announced two new ROG gaming monitors that will support NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. There’s the 34-inch ROG Curved and the 27-inch ROG Swift PG279Q. More details about these new monitors inside.
MSI has announced a new range of gaming and entertainment notebooks at Computex 2015, with support for new hardware and features like Intel fifth-generation processors and NVIDIA G-Sync for notebooks.
Biostar and Gigabyte have announced that they will be showcasing motherboards based on Intel's upcoming 100-series chipset at Computex 2015. The new chipset will support Intel's sixth-generation Core processors and Broadwell's successor, codenamed Skylake.
Corsair has announced the Bulldog, a small form factor DIY kit that provides system builders with the framework they need to build compact 4K gaming systems for their living rooms.
Huawei held the South-East Asia launch of its P8 flagship smartphone in Singapore today. The 5.2-inch Full HD smartphone boasts a 13-megapixel camera with the world's first four-color RGBW sensor, best-in-class 1.2-degree optical image stabilization and a DSLR-level independent image processor. More details inside.
The HXR-NX100 is decked with high-end components, including a 20-megapixel, 1.0-inch Exmor R back-illuminated CMOS sensor and a Sony G lens with 12x optical zoom.
EVGA has announced the EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X Hybrid, which features an AIO liquid cooler and a blower fan for more efficient cooling of individual components.