Search


You have searched for "price"

Showing 5641-5650 of 5695

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


LG launches its first 3D notebook

ELECTRONICS makers are hurtling towards a 3D world - a place where all our devices will display images in three dimensions regardless of whether we are sitting at home in front of a TV, playing games on a portable game console or travelling across country with a laptop.

Microsoft confirms US pricing of Kinect game camera

Microsoft have confirmed US prices for the upcoming Kinect motion control camera (US$149 or RM476) as well as Kinect bundled with a cheaper Xbox 360 designed especially for casual users (US$299 or RM956).

Pseudo vacuum tubes, anyone?

PERHAPS you come from a time when vacuum tube amps were the norm and audio came out 'warmer' on LPs.

Sharp to release 100GB capacity Blu-ray disc

b>TOKYO/b>: Japanese electronics maker Sharp said it will release a recordable Blu-ray disc this month that can store as much as four seasons of a television drama series.

Google’s Q2 earnings up but miss target

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bGoogle Inc's second-quarter earnings missed analysts' target as higher expenses and the fallout from the European debt crisis dragged down the Internet search leader.

Ministry seizes counterfeit computer components

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bThe Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry has confiscated various imitation computer components worth a total of RM320,000 from two premises in Kepong during raids.

The world’s smallest sound driver

WITH today's all-in-one portable gadgets consumers are looking for earphones that are just as portable.

New server has zero-watt technology

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Fujitsu introduced a new, energy-efficient entry-level server in neighbouring Singapore. The Primergy TX100 S2 server is tagged with the price of a personal computer.

Canon introduces a new XEED

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Canon Marketing Malaysia has a new XEED SX7 Mark II projector out, which promises to bring lots of high-end features at a reasonable price.

DNS solution trumps cloud computing competition

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: An open-source Domain Name Service (DNS) hosting solution built on Microsoft Corp's cloud-computing platform won the first prize in the software giant's Milking the Cloud competition.