- Event Coverage
We popped by Dell's Design Center over at sunny Taipei and got our hands on the new Mini Inspiron 12, the latest netbook incarnation from Dell that's lovingly encased in a 12.1-inch form factor. We give you a quick overview of what to expect.
We check out HP's launch of their aircraft engineering inspired EliteBooks Notebook PCs and their newest and zippiest Color LaserJet printers over at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Though the Grand Finals of the inaugural Hardware Zone Iron Tech competition has come to a close, there's still more to look out for. And thus, we bring you some of the exciting moments of Iron Tech 2008 via our video coverage, spanning from the Singapore semi-finals to the concluding grand finals held at Funan DigitaLife Mall.
Set to cover all bases, ASUS just unveiled three products aimed for the mobile warriors: the ASUS Eee PC S101, Bamboo Notebook and the P552w PDA phone. Read on to learn about our initial impressions on these mobile devices that are heading our way real soon.
If watching blacker than black is your thing, then you've probably heard of Pioneer's Kuro plasma panels. Join us as we eyeball the demos over at Pioneer's launch of their newest Kuro panels and Blu-ray players and share with you the key highlights.
Already in its fourth year, a wide range of new products, concepts and more were presented at this year's Philips Simplicity Event 2008 held in Moscow, Russia to showcase Philips' focus on Health and Well-being. Check out what was in store in the Red Square and more after the jump.
Spanning two months of exciting preliminary rounds, HardwareZone's Iron Tech 2008 reaches its grand finale here in Singapore, with ten contestants selected from five countries, competing for the title of the best PC tech enthusiast. Find out who emerged as the winner of this final challenge!
As we draw closer to the Grand Finals of Iron Tech 2008, let's check out how our Singapore contestants fared as they pitted their skills against each other during the semi-finals held at Funan DigitaLife Mall on the 11th of October 2008.
It was a typical Saturday morning at Mangga Dua Square in Jakarta - that is, it was a typical morning before Iron Tech 2008 Semi-Finals officially begun. Then the shopping mall turned into an overclocking action arena as our contestants showed off their l33t overclocking skills.
With just two days to the Grand Finals of HardwareZone Iron Tech 2008, we check out the Thailand Semi-Final leg held last month and find out how the contestants coped with the challenge. Get a preview of the Thai finalists that will be competing against the other regional winners on Oct 12.
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