Comex 2009 starts today! With over five floors at Suntec Singapore, it promises to be bigger than the previous show, with more gadgets and bargains for all. Team HardwareZone was at the show floors to get you the latest prices and deals. Here's the first part of our mega coverage!
Marketed as the perfect companion for netbooks that lack optical drives, LG's sleek and slim GP08NU20 DVD writer gets a test drive.
The Xperia X2 is the successor to the highly publicized X1, Sony Ericsson's first Windows Mobile QWERTY handset ever. Has it improved for the better? Only one way to find out!
Sometimes, photography is not just about its imaging quality, but also the technique and the trends. Samsung's first dual-LCD camera, the Samsung ST550, is one such product. Understanding the prevalent trend amongst shutterbugs, this innovative digital compact camera will probably be ranked high on the popularity chart.
Branded as both Core i5 and Core i7, Intel's new CPUs promise to bring the next-gen Nehalem microarchitecture to the masses. With some caveats and changes of course, which we shall explain in our review. You'll also find that the new Core i5-750, i7-860 and i7-870 Lynnfield processors to have pretty good performance to boot the competition, so don't miss our match-up.
The QNAP NMP-1000 is a snappy, feature-packed network multimedia player with NAS functionality. We spend some time with it to see if it's any good.
Panasonic's back in the game with another 'plasmic' tour de force. We got our hands on the VIERA V-series recently, the very new 50-inch TH-P50V11S to be exact. Is this going to be the Japanese's best HDTV effort yet? Let's find out.
The PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II is Canon's latest and top of the class professional A3-size home photo printer. We put it through our tests and find out if it measures up.
Samsung is known for its ferocity when it comes to introducing products to the masses, and one more for the road is the Samsung WB500, winner of the 2009 CES Innovation Award
At long last, the HTC Hero is now all powered up, ready to take on the world. But is the world ready for the third Android device by HTC? And will HTC's Sense UI debut performance on the Android phone truly enhance the user experience? With batteries locked and loaded, we challenge our senses, and answer the Hero's calling in this review.