Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
Sporting an airtight enclosure which packs proprietary neodymium drivers and two opposing passive bass radiators, Big Jambox features a newly designed omnidirectional microphone for 360-degree sound input and simultaneous Bluetooth connectivity.
The much anticipated Google Nexus 7 tablet will be making its way to our sunny shores as it is listed on ASUS Singapore website.
Fully compatible with the 80 Plus Platinum requirement with peak efficiency up to 94% across a 50% load level, the Silent Pro Platinum comes in 1000W and 500W models.
Both USB mass storage support and screen capture feature are said to be coming to Windows Phone 8, according to WPCentral, WPDang and The Verge.
Toshiba, LG, and AU Optronics have agreed to pay a combined sum of US$571 million to settle a class action lawsuit over a liquid crystal display price-fixing scandal, according to a Reuters' news report.
StarHub has announced that they will be discontinuing their SmartSurf plans with 12GB and Unlimited Data Bundle "in the near future" with the i2Surf plans taking over as core post-paid plans, in light of its upcoming LTE infrastructure.
AMD is rumored to be producing its second generation FX CPUs based on "Piledriver" architecture. The new architecture is purported to deliver a performance boost of 15 percent over the Bulldozer-based CPUs, a 5 percent improvement over its earlier estimated performance boost.
With a huge 6GB frame buffer, the Sapphire HD 7970 6GB Toxic Edition integrates a new power control system developed by Sapphire named the Lethal Power Suite, which includes a new 8 phase power design for the GPU VDDC, with an additional one phase each for VDDCI and MVDD.
A new 2.5-inch SATA 3Gbps SSD, the Velox V70 comes in a brushed aluminum cover coated in metallic gold and features optimized firmware and advanced Toggle/Synchronous NAND flash while using the latest SandForce SF-2281 controller.
A line of SATA hard drives specifically designed for home and small office NAS systems with one to five drive bays, the 3.5-inch WD Red hard drives come in capacities of 1TB, 2TB, and 3TB.