Though the Grand Finals of the inaugural Hardware Zone Iron Tech competition has come to a close, there's still more to look out for. And thus, we bring you some of the exciting moments of Iron Tech 2008 via our video coverage, spanning from the Singapore semi-finals to the concluding grand finals held at Funan DigitaLife Mall.
Heat management has long been the bane of notebooks. Thankfully, Evercool thinks that they can help with their Zodiac Snow White notebook cooler.
After our review of the Radeon HD 4670, we spoke about the need for ATI to plug the performance gap between the the HD 4850 and HD4670. We knew they had something up their sleeves, and it is finally here, the Radeon HD 4830. We put it through its paces to see just how well it performs.
Join us as we take a look at an AMD Puma-based notebook, the HP Pavilion tx2515au Entertainment Notebook PC.
If watching blacker than black is your thing, then you've probably heard of Pioneer's Kuro plasma panels. Join us as we eyeball the demos over at Pioneer's launch of their newest Kuro panels and Blu-ray players and share with you the key highlights.
The upcoming NVIDIA driver refresh is big enough that it has been codenamed Big Bang II at the green headquarters. And quite rightfully so because beyond performance improvements, there are new features such as Dedicated PhysX processing, SLI Multi-Monitor and more. Read on for a preview of what's in store for you.
Having missed out on Apple's earlier launch event over in the States, we popped by the local MacBook launch to find out first hand how Apple's latest aluminum goodies fare and if they meet the hype level.
The Samsung machine just keeps on churning out devices, and with the G400, we were treated with a pleasurable audio experience.
The guys at ASUS probably drew their inspiration for the card from watching The Matrix movie. Deck in black throughout, and sporting a fancy cooler and an even fancier Super Hybrid Engine chip, we see if the new ASUS EN9800GT Matrix has what it takes to be "The One".