AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
AV Peripherals and Systems Articles
True-to-life audio clarity is the tune that Razer is singing for its newest Piranha headset. Will the gaming community bite?
With CES behind us and Macworld 2008 upon us this week, the biggest buzz would be Apple CEO Steve Jobs' unveiling on what is believed to be the world's thinnest notebook - the MacBook Air. We got up close and personal with this cool new gizmo as well as other updates, so read on!
Hit or miss? Read on as we explore the new Jabra GN9350 that combines wireless telephony and VoIP into one neat package.
An MP3 player with touch screen technology, the Samsung YP-P2 is a worthy contender to the iPod touch. Although we've some reservations about the responsiveness of the touch screen, the P2 is still excellent in its own way.
Packing a hugely commendable sound system with excellent output quality, functional features and a neat price, the Philips AJ300D Docking Entertainment System is a great docking station for your iPod or GoGear player.
The Apple iPod touch may be the best Christmas present to get this year, just because it lights you up with a smile everytime you touch it.
In all, the Sony NWZ-S615F is a compact flash-based player with very good audio quality, an intuitive interface, FM radio and an amazing battery life.
Credit card footprint with impressive audio and visual quality means the Creative Zen is a worthwhile portable multimedia player to consider buying.
If you were mesmerized by the extremely cool video of the Apple iPod touch launched earlier this month, you are in for a treat as we bring you actual photos of the first ever iPod to boast Wi-Fi, Safari web browser and Apple's multi-touch interface.
The Philips DCP850 docking entertainment system has a DVD drive and an iPod dock packed together, satisfying the definition of a true mobile companion.