Microsoft officially launches the Surface Pro 3 in Malaysia. Arriving five months after the Surface 2, the new Surface device has been dubbed as the "tablet that can replace your laptop". Why not see it for yourself?
Lenovo has launched their latest entertainment notebooks, and also introduced some of their latest products, such as their new N300, the company's very first Android-powered All-in-One.
NVIDIA recently showcased gaming notebooks that are powered by NVIDIA's GeForce 800m GPUs in Bangkok. Click the link to find out more.
Thinking of getting yourself an AORUS gaming notebook? There's another compelling reason to purchase one, as AORUS is offering one lucky customer an all-expense-paid trip to BlizzCon 2014 in Anaheim, California. Find out how after the jump!
Microsoft themselves has boldly referred to the Surface Pro 3 as "the tablet that can replace your laptop." So does their newest tablet/notebook hybrid deliver? Here's what we think of the device.
Intel has officially announced that its Core M processors will be launched at IFA in September. The company has also announced that it is very likely that products powered by Intel Core M processors will arrive before the year end.
China has now added Apple products to the list of products that is banned for government agencies to use. This comes just days after news of Kaspersky and Symantec being banned for use in government computers.
Microsoft officially announced the local retail availability date for the Surface Pro 3.
Have you checked out MSI's week-long gaming showcase at Plaza Low Yat? Those who are interested can look forward to the latest MSI gaming notebooks, as well as participate in a host of activities, including game demonstrations, a Dota 2 tournament, and many more.
Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell are two security researchers who will be demonstrating a collection of proof-of-concept software to show how the security of USB devices are "fundamentally broken".