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Tim Sweeney: The End of The GPU Roadmap

08/11/2009, Epic Games founder and 3D engine architect Tim Sweeney has presented what he calls “The end of the GPU roadmap”, where he essentially says that GPU as we know them are too limited, and predicts that by 2020 developers will switch to a more...

Tainell T500 portable media player

08/10/2009, Here’s yet another China-born portable media player that is powered by an Intel Atom Z510 1.1GHz processor. Known as the Tainell T500, this 5″ model is equipped with a 1,024 x 600 touchscreen display, device has 1GB RAM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth...

USB Mini Cooper

08/10/2009, Love all things British and want to own a piece of their history? The new USB flash drive that comes in the design of the classic 1959 Mini Cooper ought to be your cup of tea then, where you can choose from a couple of styles. Rotating wheels help you...

QNAP Systems Turbo NAS servers

08/10/2009, QNAP Systems has just released a couple of new Turbo NAS servers that will find a place in enterprise and corporate environments, namely the TS-439U-RP and the TS-439U-SPK. These two servers come with a quartet of drives and will play nice with 1U racks,...

Eee PC brightness increased

08/10/2009, In the words of Emperor Palpatine as he blasted Mace Windu with a torrent of Force Lightning, “More power!!!” That’s what some Asus Eee PC owners wish they had when it comes to the brightness level on their netbooks, and it is good to...

Using real guns in a virtual world

08/10/2009, Most of us delve into the virtual world to get a dose of what we normally can’t do in the real world, including shooting up aliens with sophisticated new weapons from the military, but here’s taking a 180-degree turn from that idea. Developers...

Cassette Tape 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub

08/10/2009, Another day, another USB 2.0 hub, and this time round we have something that merges the old and the new. The Cassette Tape 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub is pretty self-explanatory – it shares a rather similar exterior as that of a regular cassette tape,...

Sennheiser PC 300 G4ME headset

08/10/2009, Sennheiser looks towards the gaming community this time round with the PC 300 G4ME headset that caters not only to the hardcore gaming crowd, it can also be used when it comes to chatting with friends through a VoIP software. Comprising of a light-weight...

Rebit external USB backup drive

08/10/2009, For folks who have yet to make the effort to backup their data and software on a computer or notebook, we’d strongly recommend you do so unless you really have no sentimental attachment to the digital files stored on either platform. If you’re...

Dell quietly introduces trio of LCD monitors

08/07/2009, Dell recently introduced three new LCD monitors without much fanfare, where they are the Dell ST2310 ($229) as seen above, the E2210H ($199) and E2010H ($139) which will be available in 23″, 22″ and 20″ sizes, respectively. All three of...

iBuyPower Chimera Killer Special Edition PC

08/06/2009, Looking for a new gaming computer, but are still groping around as to what to purchase? The iBuyPower Chimera Killer Special Edition PC might suit your needs, as this model is equipped with the Killer Xeno Pro NIC that will reduce latency by lowering the...

MSI Wind U200 ready to ship

08/06/2009, At long last, the MSI Wind U200 is more than ready to ship after making an appearance earlier this year, as German online retailer notebook.de has listed it for €629. This machine will come with a WXGA LED-backlit display, 4GB RAM, a 320GB...

Buffalo USB 2.0 ThumbDrive

08/06/2009, Buffalo releases yet another USB 2.0 ThumbDrive, where this 5mm wonder is not a true blue USB flash drive but is instead a tiny USB 2.0 microSDHC card reader that comes bundled with a 16GB microSDHC, giving you a 2-in-1 solution with future expansion...

Logitec LAN-W300N/R wireless router

08/06/2009, Logitec of Japan lays claim to the thinnest wireless router in the world, where its LAN-W300N/R measures a mere 7mm at its thinnest segment, while the widest section is but 24mm thick. Apart from that, you can also use the LAN-W300N/R as an access point...