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We check out the one of a kind Sony SRS-GD50iP PC Speakers, which features an integrated iPod/iPhone docking connector in its wired controller.
Skullcandy gizmos aren't for the weak or coy, but feel free to check-in if you're a geek fragger or street skater. We took on its recent on-ears to see if this Lowrider is cool enough to ride our waves.
If you can't do without music, and faithful sound reproduction is all you live for, then this feature is for you. We are currently in Leuven, Belgium, to find out more about Philips' freshly concocted "Obsessed with Sound" campaign and six accompanying audio champions about to grace our shelves real soon.
How does a Full-HD media tank based on a SIGMA chipset with web functions sound? HardwareZone takes on the ExtremeVision to see if this Taiwanese player matches up to the competition in the AV arena.
Looking for a handy and versatile in-ear headphones for your mobile device? We put the Philips SHH8808 to the test.
Tiny, portable speakers are the rage these days and Veho joins the fray with its highly portable Mimi wireless speakers. We listen in and give our verdict.
Unleash your inner night elf or raging orc with the Creative Sound Blaster World of Warcraft wireless headset. Is this headset worth the dough? Let's find out.
The Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 is the company's first ever speakers designed specially for use with computers. We take a listen to see if it justifies its exorbitant price tag.
We check out the first ever Samsung Southeast Asia & Oceania Forum held at the Suntec Singapore Convention Centre and found the latest from Samsung, including the brand-new Samsung NX10 camera and their new spiffy 3D TVs.
If you are looking for a Bluetooth headset that is equally adept at handling voice calls and music, you might want to check out Altec Lansing's latest.