It just keeps getting bigger and bigger, which is definitely good news for discerning shoppers like yourself. With 780 brands on site vying for your attention, IT SHOW 2007 is the place to be for upgrades and new purchases. Here's a sneak peek from us to help make your shopping a smoother one.
In conjunction to the new announcement made a few hours back, www.hardwarezone.com was invited to the official launch of Sony's two new WALKMAN series: the NW-A800s and NW-E010s. Come right in for a virtual walkthrough of the launch.
If you are getting spoilt by the possibilities offered by 3G connection then Nokia's plans for 2007 will only spoil you even more. Be prepared to welcome a slew of Nokia handsets offering GPS, maps, mobile videos, fast Internet search and location based services.
The Dopod U1000 is an ultra hybrid of portable computing, imaging, telephony, multimedia enjoyment and Internet browsing. Hotly anticipated, this mini notebook has finally entered retail circulation. If you have never been a big fan of lugging around a notebook while you're travelling, there's now the Dopod U1000 for you to consider.
After more than five years in development, Windows Vista was finally launched. Never mind that the Singapore launch was two days later than the global launch, Microsoft Windows Vista is finally here.
HP promised us an evening of glamour at its regional consumer press launch in Seoul last week. Join us as we show you HP's upcoming consumer desktops and notebooks, including a new, one of a kind touchscreen PC.
Macworld 2007 has just come to a close and wrapping up our Macworld coverage is a spread of interesting products and sights that caught our attention at the exhibition floor. The iPod as usual was showered with most love from the industry, but there's more than just its accessories; Read on!
After the Apple TV announcement, we move on towards the product that really shook the floor this MacWorld, the Apple iPhone. In this article, we take you through a virtual tour of the iPhone, its features, functionality, operation and our take on Apple's most anticipated hybrid device.
The first hardware product announced in the keynote is the Apple TV (formerly dubbed the iTV). We got around to see how it works, its hardware specifications, and of course details on pricing and availability.
It's that time of the year again when the industry launches an onslaught of new products and gadgets to capture our fascination and Apple is at it again in Macworld 2007. Before the event gets started, we thought of feeding your inquisitiveness with what's around at ground zero with an appetizer article.
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