Exclusive hands-on with the Sound Blaster E5, Creative's new 24-bit/192kHz USB DAC and portable headphone amp
Here's our exclusive hands-on with Creative's new Sound Blaster E5, a USB DAC and headphone amp that promises high-end sound thanks to its use of audiophile-grade components.
TomTom's latest GO series of personal navigation devices now feature real-time traffic updates to help you find the fastest available route to your destination. But how does it compare against a free alternatives such as Waze? We find out with the top of the line GO 600 GPS unit.
The 5,200mAh Xiaomi Mi Power Bank is cheaper, smaller, and lighter than its 10,400mAh sibling, but it also has a smaller capacity and lower output current. Are these the only differences? Find out what else we discovered in our teardown.
While we advise against buying a cheap power bank, there's always an exception to the rule. Is the S$14 Mi Power Bank from Xiaomi the one? We tested it and even torn it apart to find out what's really underneath its aluminum case.
Think there's not much technology in vacuum cleaners? Think again, Dyson has just launched the DC52 Cinetic vacuum cleaner, the world's first bagless and filterless vacuum cleaner, capable of picking up microscopic dust particles that are just 0.5 microns thick. Yep, this vacuum cleaner really sucks.
The Zoom H6 is the latest iteration of its Handy Recorder series and a direct successor and upgrade over the extremely popular Zoom H4n. We were lucky to get our hands on a H6 to try it firsthand. Let's dive straight in to see if it’s a worthy successor to the H4n.
As part of its 2014 World Tour, HP has been showcasing a number of innovative new enterprise devices that look set to change how businesses operate, among them, the first fully virtual workstation, and a storage drive HP claims is twice as fast as an SSD.
The Roomba 880 is iRobot's latest robotic vacuum cleaner. It features the Aeroforce Performance Cleaning System as well as Aeroforce cleaning extractors, which iRobot claims to be tangle-free. We spent some time with it to see if it can really help clean your home.
Google's main event of the year was full of announcements, from an entirely new look across all Google products, to super-budget Android smartphones, PC-quality gaming on your smartphone, and Android on your wrist, car and in your TV. Here's the five most important things you need to know from Google I/O 2014.
With a more polished design, lower price point, more native apps, better dust and water protection and a new heart rate monitor with a built-in exercise app, Samsung's Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches look much improved from last year's Galaxy Gear. But is it enough to make you want one? We find out.