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Transforming your notebook into an entertainment powerhouse can be as easy as attaching it to the Logitech AudioHub portable sound docking station.
We have all heard of dual and quad-core processors but three cores on a single chip? That's what AMD intends to sell with its new Phenom X3 processors, basically a quad-core X4 with a disabled core. Does this numerical advantage help AMD compete against Intel's dual-core offerings?
With over 1 million Eee PCs sold in just five months, the ASUS portable has been driven by frenzy over its size, price and overall form factor. Join us as we get some hands-on time at the launch of the new ASUS Eee PC 900, the first Eee PC to sport an 8.9-inch screen.
Utilizing Creative's X-Fi technology for its latest soundcard is Auzen's X-Fi Prelude 7.1, but will it beat Creative at its own game?
ATI refreshed its mainstream Radeon HD cards at the beginning of the year but they were quickly overshadowed by the high-end Radeon HD 3870 X2 in publicity. Finally, we got the chance to test them for their Avivo HD performance to see how they fare against their predecessors and rivals.
Following its recent triumph as the HD format of choice, Sony's Blu-ray is going places. As it happens, it's coming to the PC in the form of a more affordable sub US$200 Blu-ray drive - the Sony BDU-X10S. Check it out as we test its Blu-ray capabilities.
The Canon Powershot A590 IS proves to be an easy, yet powerful digital compact camera that pays much attention to details.
Take a ride with us on the HTC bandwagon as we introduce the Shift, a UMPC that comes with both HTC's proprietary SnapVUE interface and Microsoft's new Origami Experience 2.0.
The stylish Fujifilm Finepix Z20d caters to the trend-setting consumer without compromising on its imaging delivery.
With the Core 2 Extreme QX9770 processor and X48 chipset, Intel officially put 1600MHz FSB on the table. However, is it worth the upgrade to a full 1600MHz FSB platform? We delved into performance numbers and liked what we saw, but it all boils down to memory.