The MSI GE40 2OC Dragon Eyes notebook breaks new grounds with its Ultrabook-like sleekness and battery life, but is well equipped to tackle gaming needs with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M discrete graphics under its hood. Don't miss this video preview!
From business class machines such as Toshiba's Portege Z10t hybrid notebook and Sony's Vaio Duo 13 convertible notebook, to Dell's Alienware 18 desktop-class gaming notebooks, we briefly check out these 3 brand new premium portable computing devices.
Sony has launched its boldest new smartphone yet with a huge 6.44-inch full HD screen and raises the stakes in the "phablet" market. We give you a quick overview and how it stands up against its competition.
BroadcastAsia 2013 presented the perfect opportunity to get a feel of the state of 4K adoption at this point of time. We take a brief look at the different faucets of Ultra HD ranging from creating 4K content, broadcasting it and getting it displayed on the right panels.
The Toshiba Excite Write is one of the first tablets revealed to have the latest NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor. It assists to enable lower stylus input latency, which means writing with the Excite Write's Wacom powered digitizer is an extremely smooth experience. Check out our quick video to get acquainted with it.
RugGear claims that its Apex RG960 smartphone is the world's toughest Android-powered smartphone. We put it to the test by using its display to drive a nail into a piece of wood. Hit the link to find out if the RugGear Apex RG960 passed the test.
The PC Show is here again and this time it's held at the Singapore Expo. We've scoured the show floor for some of the latest gadgets it has to offer, just so you don't have to! Here are 10 products that you've got to check out.
Here's a quick demo of the ASUS VivoMouse, the world's first combined mouse and touchpad input device. Operating like a standard wireless optical mouse, the circular touchpad also supports Windows 8 gestures.
At Computex 2013, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang personally demoed to us on a reference tablet how Tegra 4 can aid in stylus input (even with a basic capacitive stylus) - and believe us, it's impressive. Check out the video to see it in action.
The NVIDIA Shield is a Tegra 4-powered portable handheld gaming device with a 5-inch 720p multi-touch display. It runs the Android Jelly Bean OS, has Wi-Fi support, and touts a console-grade controller. We saw the first production unit of the device at Computex, and here's the video.
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