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NVIDIA G-Sync 101: Everything you need to know up until now

NVIDIA G-Sync 101: Everything you need to know up until now

Even though NVIDIA introduced G-Sync in 2013, a significant price premium is still attached to G-Sync capable monitors. Unsurprisingly, adoption has also been patchy, despite the benefits. Read on to find out how G-Sync works and if you should upgrade your monitor.

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs. Apple iPhone 6s Plus: Who takes better photos?

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs. Apple iPhone 6s Plus: Who takes better photos?

Which smartphone takes the better photos? Is it the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, or last year’s smartphone camera champ, the Apple iPhone 6s Plus? Find out right here. Inside. Click.

Gigabyte teases refreshed Intel X99 and Z170 boards and more ahead of Computex 2016

Gigabyte teases refreshed Intel X99 and Z170 boards and more ahead of Computex 2016

Eager for what Computex 2016 will reveal? Here's what Gigabyte said it has in store. Yes, this means new motherboards (unfortunately no new chipset) and new features for both gamers and professionals.

5 tips on buying the correct power bank for your mobile device (2016 edition!)

5 tips on buying the correct power bank for your mobile device (2016 edition!)

Yes, smartphones and tablets are very advanced these days; but sadly, their batteries still don't last very long. To ensure our device can at least last through the day, many of us carry a power bank. But with so many choices out there, how does one go about choosing one? Here are 5 tips.

Eyes-on with the S$84,000 Sony VPL-VW5000ES SXRD 4K HDR home theater projector

Eyes-on with the S$84,000 Sony VPL-VW5000ES SXRD 4K HDR home theater projector

The first 4K home cinema projector to use a laser light engine with 5,000 lumens of brightness, the Sony VPL-VW5000ES also supports HDR and covers the full DCI-P3 color space, with emulation for BT.2020. Here's our first-hand take after spending some time with it.

Hands-on with the HP Spectre, a laptop that merges consumer electronics and high fashion

Hands-on with the HP Spectre, a laptop that merges consumer electronics and high fashion

The HP Spectre is the world's thinnest laptop. Fortunately for us, we managed to spend some time with it at HP's commercial print and PC launch event in Macau. Here's what we thought about HP's latest luxury laptop.

First Looks: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

First Looks: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

The 12-inch tablet with detachable keyboard space is quickly becoming one of the most hotly contested markets around. And now joining the likes of Apple's iPad Pro, Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 and Lenovo's IdeaPad Miix 700 comes Samsung's effort, the Galaxy TabPro S. We take a closer look.

Hands-on: The HP Elite x2 hybrid is for professionals who want the best of both worlds

Hands-on: The HP Elite x2 hybrid is for professionals who want the best of both worlds

HP's updated Elite x2 2-in-1 device takes a lot of design cues from the Surface Pro 4, but it also includes a whole lot of features that business users will appreciate. Here's a closer look at the machine.

The LG Signature G6 4K OLED TV with Dolby Vision is destined to set a new benchmark for 4K HDR TVs

The LG Signature G6 4K OLED TV with Dolby Vision is destined to set a new benchmark for 4K HDR TVs

What happens when HDR meets OLED? Well, let's just say it's a sight to behold. If you're the kind that settles for nothing less than the very best, know that LG's 2016 OLED TV fleet is about to hit retail, including the oh-so-nice Signature G6.

All LG 2016 'Super UHD' TVs fully support HDR 10 and Dolby Vision HDR formats

All LG 2016 'Super UHD' TVs fully support HDR 10 and Dolby Vision HDR formats

Compatible with all HDR formats, including Dolby Vision, LG’s newest Super UHD TVs also come equipped with IPS 4K panel technologies, including ColorPrime Plus, Billion Rich Colors, and more. More details after the jump.

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