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Sarotech's latest entrant for the Wizplat series of casings features a very familiar bookish design but it manages to stands out on its own.
Launched a couple of days ago and showcased at an official media event in Hong Kong just hours ago, Panasonic displayed the abilities of their four new cameras - FX38, FX180, FZ28 and the LX3. But that's not all as they've got some really interesting new camcorders using a new 3MOS technology. Check them out now!
For all you new cameraphone seekers, look no further as we pit the finest on the Symbian S60 platform against each other: the all new Samsung SGH-G810 versus the familiar Nokia N95 8GB.
How would you like a phone that promises to be sleek while having a good camera at the same time? Join us as we review another Cyber-shot phone, the Sony Ericsson C902.
Check out our hands on of the ASUS Eee Box, the first nettop to have made its way to our labs. Stay with us as we get our hands on action with this Intel Atom based nettop that may change the world of cheap miniature computing.
Held at the St. James Power Station on the 17th of July, Philips introduced two new inner earphones models to satisfy your audio sensory needs. Join us for a dosage of the Philips SHE9850 and SHE9800 inner earphones, as prescribed by the lovely nurses.
Panasonic recently launched four new compacts to whet the appetite of even the most professional of photographers, and we'll be giving you the full coverage during its official launch on the 24th of July at Hong Kong. But before we do, here's a sneak peek of what you can expect from Panasonic's latest lineup, so click on for the preview!
We put Creative's latest Zen X-Fi portable media player through its paces and see if the added X-Fi technology really works, or if it's just another gimmick.
After a delay of about a month, Intel's Montevina platform was finally launched with great gusto and rebranded as the Intel Centrino 2. We take a look into what Intel's pulling out of the hat over at the One Degree 15 Marina Cove.
Reacting quickly to the challenge issued by ATI's Radeon HD 4800 series, NVIDIA has slashed the prices for its GT200 GPUs. We explore three GeForce GTX 260 cards from Leadtek, XFX and Zotac (including two of which are overclocked) and find out if the new prices help improve their market attractiveness.