Demonstration of Intel's next generation Sandy Bridge processor based on their 32nm process. Demo shows the processor's capability in handling 3D graphics comparable with today's mainstream discrete component while keeping its power consumption extremely low.
Capitalizing on the iPad phenomenon, major vendors are gearing up to strike with their own pads and tablets. Among the first that we caught sight in Computex 2010 is MSI's Wind Pad, an Atom Z530 powered pad with Windows 7 and 2GB of RAM - check out our video feature walk through.
The Galaxy GeForce GTX 470 GC Version is the first GTX 470 card to sport a customized cooler and is factory-overclocked. Its features are interesting enough that we've decided to show you the highlights in the video format. Check it out!
Though the HTC Desire shares a few common traits with the earlier Google Nexus One, there's more to it than meets the eye. We highlight some of the key differences, and advantages, of the new and improved HTC Sense UI on this new Android 2.1 device.
You've heard the iPad hype and you would've read our review by now, but the iPad is all about the actual user experience. With limited availability, we give you the next best thing to actually owning one with an experiential video walkthrough and to help you decide should you pre-order one.
NVIDIA held its inaugural NVIDIA Game Festival 2010 in Shanghai, China on 10-11 April 2010. Among famous international stars, a key highlight was Drew Henry, General Manager, Desktop GPU division for NVIDIA showcasing the features of NVIDIA's GTX 480 GPU.
During our recent HP Workstation Global Media Event at L.A., we got some insights to how HP's solutions are helping the animations industry. One such company was PhaseSpace, a real-time motion captions solutions vendor, whose team held a live demonstration of the Impulse Motion Capture System. We give you a quick look behind this expensive system.
The first tech show of the year, IT Show 2010 kicked off today at Suntec Singapore and of course, the team at HardwareZone was there to scour the show floor to bring you the best bargains and deals. Check out our video highlight for a star buys and more.
Step into the world of premium gadgets with the Sony VAIO X and Acer Ferrari One netbooks - the ultimate in mobility and luxury. Why fork out so much for just a netbook? That's exactly why we're here to show you, but be warned, your lust factor for them might increase exponentially.
We continue our phone demo walkthroughs with various representatives from Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, Spain. This time, we showcase Garmin-ASUS' new nuvifone A50, NTT DoCoMo's Separable Phone, Motorola BACKFLIP, Puma's phone and HTC's dynamic trio -- the Legend, Desire and HD mini.
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