Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011
Lenovo launches the IdeaPad U300s Ultrabook and the U400 laptop, both designed for the fashion-conscious.
In order to support the new Intel Sandy Bridge-E based quad-channel memory processors (like the Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition), memory vendors such as Patriot Memory, Kingston, and Mach Xtreme are launching their new memory kits.
Offering a large screen projection, the LV-8235 UST features a native WXGA 1280 x 800 and a 16:10 wide-aspect ratio. A newly developed ultra-short focus mirror optical system allows surfaces like a table or floor to be used as a projection screen.
Brother initiates Augmented Reality (AR) as a marketing tool in its effort to launch a new range of color inkjet printers.
Brother introduces four compact models to its line of color inkjet MFCs - the DCP-J725DW, MFC-J430W, MFC-J625DW and MFC-J825DW.
TomTom announces five new GPS devices in Singapore - the TomTom Via range and TomTom GO models.
If you think ARM processors are solely for powering your mobile computing devices, think again as a NVIDIA Tegra 3 based, new hybrid supercomputer will coming your way soon.
An alleged image of Research in Motion's first BBX phone surfaced on the Internet. Codenamed "London, the phone sports an aluminium chassis.
An anonymous source reported that Lenovo is planning to release a 10.1-inch tablet powered by NVIDIA's new quad-core Tegra 3 processor, loaded with Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich before the end of 2011.
HTC is rumored to be introducing a quad-core Android tablet in February next year during Mobile World Congress 2012.