Logitech has been busy the last month or so rolling out all manner of new products include some new gaming gear and keyboards. The company has also just announced a new wireless headset for computer users called the H760. This headset is designed for the user who makes VoIP calls from their PC and wants to make those calls with no wires.
Back when I used to work in an office, the women were always complaining that the headsets they wore that went over the head messed up their hair. If you are the sort that worries about your hair, the H760 headset uses a behind the ear style. The headset also has molded foam ear pads for comfort.
Still holding out for the white iPhone 4? Well, we're only here to make you drool some more, not give you an official launch date. 9to5Mac has scooped an unboxing video that gives you a good look at a white unit that may have been "scrapped by Apple at the last minute after defects in the white color clarity were found."
Manufacturing challenges have been blamed for the delay in release of the white version of the iPhone 4 with no official word when consumers should start camping outside stores to get one. For now, enjoy the video and we'll keep you posted.
We have teamed up with brand new chassis company BitFenix to giveaway one of its new and impressive Colossus cases which is worth $169 USD!
Colossus represents the first product released by BitFenix and serves as their flagship PC chassis. This E-ATX full tower case brings PC chassis design to a new level, combining an aggressive futuristic design with clean modern lines. It also comes with a laundry list of interesting features, including:
Choice of Monolith Black or Glacier White
Two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports
PWM Fan Controller for fine tune fan speeds with greater precision
Multimode Light Controls
Advanced LED Lighting System with user-selectable red and blue
BitFenix S3 Storage and Security
Complete cable management
Seven hard disk bays and eight PCI slots
Install up to two 230mm fans, three 140mm fans, or three 120mm fans
Easy Installation and setup
Colossus will be available on store shelves by mid-September 2010.
Head on over to our forum giveaway page to find out how to win one! For this weekly prize, anyone in the world can enter! You don't pay the shipping charges.
TPG has just revealed its intent to offer a 1 Terabyte broadband plan to new and existing customers. This is the third ISP in Australia to shift plans up to 1TB and beyond. Earlier this week iiNet announced its 1TB plan and iPrimus was quick to follow up with an even larger quota on offer of 1.11TB.
While it may seem TPG has some stiff competition with the likes of iiNet and iPrimus, there is one particular attribute of this plan that shines brightly; price. TPG is offering its 1TB plan at just $69.99, whilst the other two ISPs are offering their 1TB+ plans at $99.95.
However, apparently the plan is limited in its availability at this time to both new and existing TPG customers.
Our Download of the Day today is GPU-Z 0.4.5.
GPU-Z is a lightweight utility designed to give you all information about your video card and GPU.
Support NVIDIA and ATI cards
Displays adapter, GPU and display information
Displays overclock, default clocks and 3D clocks (if available)
Validation of results
No installation required
Support for Windows 2000 / XP / Vista (both 32 and 64 bit versions are supported)
The latest version includes the following changes:
Changes in Version 0.4.5
Fixed shader count on NVIDIA GTX 460, added die size & transistors
Fixed ROP count on AMD Redwood
Added support for ATI FirePro V7800, ATI IGP 320M, ATI FireGL X1, ATI HD 4200 variants
Added launch on Windows startup function accessible via system menu and supporting UAC
Autoupdater will not check for update when no Internet connection detected
Fixed browser not starting correctly from autoupdater
Screenshot detection that promotes GPU-Z's own screenshot upload feature
Sensor data collection limited to 6 hours of data per sensor (~250 KB)
Shortened Clevo PCI vendor name
Verizon has a pretty nice view from the top of the mountain as the top wireless carrier in the U.S., but it seems they might be hearing footsteps from the competition. Verizon has started offering their National Talk and Text plan for $70 USD in San Diego and Los Angeles, California; a $20 discount from their current offering. Throw in their $30 unlimited data, and you have an offer eerily similar to Sprint's $99 "Everything" plan.
iBUYPOWER has announced their Paladin XLC gaming PC. Housing the rig in NZXT's new Phantom case, iBUYPOWER features an i7 system that is watercooled by an Asetek "maintenance free" 240mm radiator. This comes in really handy, especially with iBUYPOWER's Power Drive Overclocking Service that will pre-overclock your machine by up to 30 percent.
Deal of the Day: Lenovo IdeaPad U460 14" Laptop with 14" LED Display, Intel Core i3, 4GB of Memory, 500GB Hard Drive and More for $649
Our Deal of the Day today is the Lenovo US (ThinkPad) - IdeaPad U460 14" Laptop with 14" LED Display, Intel Core i3, 4GB of Memory, 500GB Hard Drive and More for $649.
Offer: For those of you looking for a sleek and very slim 14" laptop, this is a nicely equipped one to consider with a coupon that knocks an additional $150 off:
- 14" HD LED 1366x768 Resolution Display
- Intel Core i3-350M Processor
- 4GB PC3-8500 DDR3 SDRAM Memory
- 500GB Hard Drive
- Intel Wireless Wi-Fi Link 1000
- Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
- Fingerprint Reader
- 8 Cell Li-Ion Battery
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
- 1 Year Warranty
Drop the price to just $649 by using eCoupon: USPU23816 (expires 8/23/10)
The latest happenings from around the web - August 20th, 2010
- Desktop PC Platform - Statistical Obituary @ Benchmark Reviews
- HP Pavilion dm4 Notebook @ tbreak
- IBUYPOWER Paladin XLC Phantom Series System @ Legit Reviews
- First unboxing and review of the Acer Aspire One D255 with Google Android and XP Home @ Netbooknews
- Lenovo ThinkCenter M90z All-In-One @ Hot Hardware
- Intel kills 750 - crowns new champion @ Kitguru
- AMD "Thuban" - the third time @ Planet3DNow
RIM has always had a $2.99 USD minimum set price for apps in their App World store. This is getting ready to change with RIM's announcement that the rule has been lifted and 99 cent and $1.99 apps will now be available for developers to release in App World 2.0, which has been released from beta today and become official.
RIM looks to be hoping to make more in volume sales instead of depending on profit margins, and this drop in price may also bring more developers to the BlackBerry scene since the idea seems to work so well on other platforms like Apple's App Store. App World 2.0 is also bringing improvements like non-PayPal credit card payments, more app browsing options, and the ability to use BlackBerry ID to move free and paid apps between devices when you upgrade your phone.