In our second update, we look at upcoming mobile products, from notebook PCs to ultra mobile devices such as UMPCs and MIDs. We also have details of Montevina and Moorestown, as well as a photo gallery.
In our first update for IDF Fall 2007, we have details of Intel's upcoming Nehalem microarchitecture, their latest 32nm process technology, the multi-core teraflop Larrabee chip and future USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps specifications.
Following its move to the foreground as a company that now sells Windows Mobile devices directly to consumers through its own brand, HTC officially unveiled its new global headquarter and R&D facility as part of its 10th anniversary bash.
Spilling out beyond the usual perimeters of Suntec conventional halls, this year's COMEX occupies not two but three floors of exhibition space, and in doing so it has proven its appeal as an IT bargain haven conclusively. In keeping with traditions, www.hardwarezone.com presents to you the full coverage of COMEX 2007!
Here's part 2 of our Comex 2007 Preview of the latest gadgets and great offers that await you next week. Check them out now!
What comes after PC Show and IT Show? Comex of course! But well before it even commences, www.hardwarezone.com is proud to bring you a preview of the latest gadgets and great offers that await you at Comex 2007.
Commemorating the VAIO's 10th anniversary, Sony launched two new series and in style at VivoCity's NAFNAF. To add on to the festivities, the launch was hosted by Stephanie Carrington, a familiar face on AXN's Sony Style show. Check out the sexy CZ series and the ultra slim TZ series now!
Our coverage of CommunicAsia2007 comes to a conclusion with stops over at Samsung's massive booth and also that of Zyxel and Incomp.
Spanning across four days, CommunicAsia2007 is back at its preferred habitat at the Singapore Expo to showcase the latest in digital innovations to the world. Out in full swagger are HSDPA, WiMax, VoIP, IPTV and, expectedly, mobile phones. Join us as we take you through these high-tech aisles.
In the final installment of our Computex 2007 coverage, we take a look at upcoming products from Antec, KYE, Glofiish, Sapphire, SiS, Shuttle and more goodies from MSI and Foxconn. Of course to end it all in a cheerful note, check out the Computex beauties of the show floor.
- Trend Micro introduces new Maximum Security Cloud Edition security software
- SwiftKey arrives on iOS
- M1 announces price plans for Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus (Updated with revised pricing)
- Olympus announces new 40-150 f2.8 lens, and the relaunch of the OM-D E-M1 in silver
- D-Link announces new entry-level DSP-W110 Wi-Fi smart plug
- DisplayPort 1.3 standard finalized, supports 5K displays with its 32.4Gbps bandwidth
- Brother unveils its next generation of printers
- Leaked: AMD Radeon R9 390X graphics card in the works