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With a wider and more matured range of netbooks currently available, we're pretty sure most of you are itching to find out which companion to gun for. Fret no more, as we've gotten our hands on two of the more hotly debated models (using Intel Atom) and put them through our review gauntlet to help you decide.
With its zoom range, good color rendition and amazing screen, the Panasonic Lumix TZ15 is just a manual mode short of being 'prosumer'.
The HTC Touch Diamond represents a new era of touch technology with its innovative TouchFlo 3D and an all improved Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system. Join us as we unveil the latest member of the Touch family, right here at www.hardwarezone.com!
Although late into the game, Motorola, in a mutual collaboration with imaging powerhouse Kodak, has finally launched a 5-megapixel camera phone. We have known Kodak for its standalone digital cameras, but will this joint venture with Motorola produce a show-stopping camera phone? Join us in the land of pandas and dumplings, where the Motorola ZN5 took centre stage!
Except for Apple's iPod, it can be hard to decide which MP3 player to get. The latest one is the flash based Sony NWD-E020F.
The much awaited Radeon HD 4850 graphics cards have actually landed in retail this week and despite the oddity that it hasn't launched yet officially, we managed to grab two of these newcomers to give you a preview of what they taste like. Check them out now!
Where some phones have tried and succeeded on this front, many have failed. We take a look at LG's KF600, the company's foray into touch screen mobiles.
Toshiba's rejuvenated line of notebooks bring about a new stylish look that definitely appeals to the fashion conscious folks. Case in point is the shiny and glossy white motif of Toshiba PORTEGE M800, which we got our hands on for some good ol' benchmarking.
In our closing act for CommunicAsia 2008, we present the devices galore and happenings that has made its presence felt over at the Singapore Expo from the 17th to 20th of June. And of course, our ending coverage will be loaded with images that should be visually pleasing on the eyes, so come on in, and complete your CommunicAsia 2008 tour with us!
With its user-friendly menu and access to unlimited music around the world, the Freecom MusicPal is for you if you don't mind its mediocre sound quality.