LG Electronics (“LG”) has unveiled the IPS 21:9 UltraWide All-in-One PC (Model V960) at IFA 2013, Berlin, Germany. The cinematically proportioned display range will include the new 29EA73, 29EB73 and 29MA73 monitors.
WD has announced the expansion of its WD Red line of SATA drives, specifically designed for home and small office NAS (network attached storage) systems with one- to five-drive bays. The new WD Red hard drives are available in 2.5-inch (1TB and 750GB capacities) and a new 3.5-inch 4TB capacity.
About to bin your old Acer computer hardware? Don’t, says Acer Malaysia. The number one PC brand in Malaysia has kicked off a Voluntary Take Back Program that rewards customers who recycle their unwanted equipment. Using the tagline “Don’t bin it. Bring it and get rewarded”, the environmental-friendly program runs from 1 August 2013 to 31 July 2014, and is open to all Acer users.
ASUS today unveiled new additions to its ASUSPro Series of professional notebooks – the B ADVANCED Ultrabook and P ESSENTIAL notebook, both offering performance, reliability and at an affordable cost.
As part of the Hari Raya festivities, WD in Malaysia has launched a contest called “Save Your Celebration with WD” where consumers have the opportunity to win a new My Passport Ultra portable hard drive and Hari Raya hampers. The online contest encourages consumers to share and store their precious Hari Raya moments.
I’ve been getting this question a lot of late — “What notebook should I get for under RM2,500?” I feel it’s not a bad budget these days, with the plethora of value devices being offered in the market. For a little over RM2,000 you are likely to find some good entry level towards mid-range notebooks. One such option could be the new Dell Vostro 5460. I received one for review courtesy of Dell recently and come out mighty impressed with this value-for-money workhorse.
ASUS recently released an updated UEFI BIOS update for its motherboards based on Intel H87 and B85 chipsets that enables overclocking features for 4th generation Intel Core processors. Previously, only Intel Z87 chipset-based motherboards could enjoy over clocking features of the new Haswell ‘K Series’ processors.
After the launch of its touch-centric Acer Aspire device range in May, Acer continues to churn out more with the introduction of the all-new Acer Iconia W3 tablet, Acer Aspire Z3 All-in-One desktop and a refreshed Acer Aspire S7 flagship notebook. The Acer Iconia W3 tablet is the world’s first full-featured 8.1-inch Windows 8 tablet running on the Intel platform.