The Audio-Technica ATH-CKM77 is the latest headphones from the Japanese audio gurus and it features a specially developed hybrid metal housing made using a combination of aluminum and stainless steel. We tune in to see if it offers any obvious benefits.
Sony revs up the new year with a fresh supply of CE products under their VAIO, Cyber-shot, Handycam and BRAVIA range. Checkout our article, as we bring you in-depth coverage on Sony's launch today centered around 3D and Internet connectivity from their Southeast Asia media conference.
Ever wanted to watch your videos on a big screen TV instead of your cramped monitor? There are several media player options in the market but not many have the expertise to make a refined product as Western Digital's top of the line media player, the WD TV Live Hub. Find out how it fared in our trials.
Combining 3D Blu-ray playback and '4.1-channel' surround sound, the LG HLX55W marks a new breed of sound bars. We see if it's really the complete home theater package it touts.
Taking into account user research and public opinion, Sony has crafted its latest set of headphones for gamers, the DR-GA200.
The ASUS O!Play MINI is a small HD media player that is big on supporting media formats. What it does not have however is any form of network connectivity. We check out how this basic HD media player performs.
The Sony RDP-XF100iP iPod Speaker is Sony's latest premium iPod/iPhone docking device and features a removable lithium-ion battery for portability. We check to see if it has the lungs to match.
What do you do when you've just engineered the world's slimmest 3LCD projector? We say, announce it to the world! That was exactly what Epson did with its new EB-1700 series. Read on to find out what else they've in store.
Vietnamese audio company Sunrise has been winning rave reviews for its bang-for-buck headphones, hence we decided to try out the Sunrise XW-Scape in-ear headphones.
Sharp is finally ready to ramp up their 4-Color AQUOS Quattron series to the 3D stage. The new 3D AQUOS LE925 will carry an X-Gen LCD panel with side-mounted LED scanning backlights. Apart from the typical active-shutter formula, Sharp has also engineered a unique feature not commonly found with other manufacturers. Read on to find out!