The ASUS Z170 Signature series is targeted primarily at mainstream users. We bring you a closer look at the top board in this line-up, the Z170 Deluxe motherboard. Its pearly white heatsinks are quite a sight to behold!
Measuring just 20.6mm thick and tipping the scales at just about 2kg, the new ASUS ROG 501 is incredibly slim and light for a gaming notebook. But that's not all, it also has a 15-inch 4K display. Join us as we take a quick look at this sexy gaming machine.
Intel Z170 chipset is now official. What does ASUS have in store for its ROG series for this new chipset of motherboards? Check out this video for the scoop on ASUS' latest Z170 ROG motherboards which sport a sleek, gunmetal gray color scheme and a slew of new gaming-oriented features.
Batman: Arkham Knight is undoubtedly one of the year's biggest game titles. It is such a hot property that it has its own custom PlayStation 4 bundle, as well as a separate Collector's Edition of the game. But what exactly are you getting for the money? We unbox both in this video!
How tough is "tough"? We put the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-X1 to the test as our editor, Alvin, tries his best to destroy the pesky device.
The Apple Watch is not a device for everyone, but now that I've had the watch for some time, here are my favorite features that make the Apple Watch useful. Maybe you will find it useful too!
As the first Samsung Gear VR headset to be officially available here, we decided to give the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition for S6 and S6 Edge a try to see how it works.
What will a US$5950 work desk look like? Meet the MWE Lab Emperor 1510 Workstation that offers you a cocooned experience like no other and is certainly a great conversational piece.
The world's first dual laser light source home theater projector is finally available in Singapore and we had a demo of its color accuracy and black level reproduction against a competing 4K projector.
You've probably heard about the Intel Compute Stick by now, and are no doubt wondering how it looks in action. As it turns out, it works as advertised, turning our HDMI-enabled TV into a Windows 8.1 desktop with a glorious amount of screen real estate. It fits discreetly behind your TV and turns on the moment you give it power. We take you through its key features and capabilities, all in this video right here!
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