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Wednesday, 9 Jun 2010
Epson releases the EB-450Wi, a projector with a short throw which allows presenters to turn any surface into a presentation area. The projector can be mounted 7cm from the wall for projection in smaller classrooms and meeting rooms, or 48cm away for a projected image as large as 80 inches diagonally for bigger venues.
Tuesday, 8 Jun 2010
Dell upgrades their Alienware M11x gaming notebook to Core i7 processors and NVIDIA's Optimus technology, which switches seamlessly between integrated and discrete graphics depending on the application used. The refreshed Alienware M11x is currently available at S$1,799.
Monday, 7 Jun 2010
Epson's recently launched an ultra-short throw projector that turns any surface into an interactive screen.
Sony Ericsson is announcing Extras as the new name for its accessories portfolio, introducing two new Bluetooth Headsets - the VH110 and the VH410.
The Green ASUS initiative promotes green and environmentally-friendly practices throughout ASUS. Its latest products are designed to care for the environment, incorporating power-saving technologies like the ASUS Super Hybrid Engine.
GIGABYTE and Intel announced several exciting new technologies at the GIGABYTE Computex 2010 Technology Seminar, including the latest unlocked Intel Core i7-875K and i5-655K processors as well as GIGABYTE Unlocked Power, HotKey OC and Cloud OC.
StarHub Launches Singapore's Second Solar-powered Mobile Base Station on IKEA Building at Alexandra Road
In addition to the solar-powered BTS, StarHub today announced further mobile network improvements by upgrading its 3G radio network to be more energy-efficient.
Wednesday, 2 Jun 2010
AMD Fusion technology preview offers a glimpse into a sleeker, cooler, more vivid future for the computing experience, putting the CPU and GPU on a single chip.
AcBel Polytech introduces the Ultra Small Adapter 90W, a lightweight and slim notebook power adapter bundled with an all-in-one universal plug. It accepts 100 to 240 volts of AC input voltage with an 19.5V (4.74A) DC output and is able to reach a peak power output of 120W with heavier applications.
SanDisk Corporation today announced that it has begun shipping the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s highest-capacity removable memory card for mobile phones Ã¢â‚¬â€œ the 32 gigabyte (GB) SanDisk microSDHC card.