- Event Coverage
While 2001 didn't bring a renewed look of www.HardwareZone.com that we pulled off during Y2K, it was still a significant year for both the publication and the company as we scaled new heights with the inaugural Hardware Zone Awards, the birth of HWM, the cool Bubble Zone and much more! Read on for the details.
Check out the hot and heavy action here in breezy Tokyo (it's almost Autumn!) over at the Panasonic Center for our coverage of Panasonic's global launch for their latest refresh of their Toughbook series.
With Comex 2008 looming, we once again opened the hallowed halls of our office and invited subscribers and readers of HardwareZone, HWM, GameAxis and PVi, to come in and try out the latest gadgets and ask whatever burning questions they might have. This time, more tech talks, a gaming tourney and more goodies were in-store; check out the coverage!
Held in none other than Malaysia's premier IT shopping mall, Low Yat Plaza, the inaugural HardwareZone Iron Tech event made its presence felt when six of Malaysia's top overclockers displayed their skills and technical knowledge in order to qualify for the Grand Finals in Singapore. Check out what took place and the outcome!
HP choose bustling HK as the location for its regional press summit, where the company launched its new blueprint for its consumer and SOHO products with a theme of "Engage, Excite, Experience". Join us as we unveil some of the upcoming initiatives and developments from the computing giant.
As HardwareZone celebrated its 10th anniversary and counted its milestones, it had again marked another unique achievement with the birth of the Iron Tech competition. Yes, it has commenced and the heat is on! Check out the Semi-Finals that took place in Manila, Philippines in the previous weekend.
Held at St. James Power Station on the 16th of September, Microsoft celebrated 25 successful years in the hardware peripherals business by launching a wide range of products, such as the Explorer mouse featuring BlueTrack technology, the fashionable Arc mouse and the SideWinder X6 gaming keyboard.
Having lost Apple's invitation in our emails for the "Let's Rock" Event in San Francisco, we had our own 'rocking' event down in Singapore when we attended the unveiling of Apple's latest products.
Looking to end the year with a bang, Samsung introduces the last five LCD televisions in its 2008 lineup at the appropriately named 'Party-of-Five' media event on Friday. Check out these shiny models, including an Armani/Samsung LCD TV.
Fujitsu's summer (well, monsoon for those in Singapore) lineup sports a new swanky looking model for the Gen Y market and an Intel Atom update to a very familiar tiny model. We check it out.
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