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We can't say the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 has been shrouded in mystery with all the media attention it has gathered ever since its sighting at Mobile World Congress 2008. What we can say, is how it felt in our hands when a prototype unit reached our labs. Read on for our brief xperience with the Xperia X1!
The Walkman brand has had a long legacy but it shows no sign of growing old. We take a look at the next product bearing the famous name, the Sony Ericsson W350i.
NVIDIA's second generation architecture has been unveiled in the form of the GeForce GTX 200 series. Packing more transistors than ever, this is the most complex GPU ever from the graphics leader. Can it live up to its hype? Find out in our exhaustive article!
Toshiba's new and flashy addition to their Satellite series, the A300 lets you do more in style.
The second and final part of our PC Show 2008 coverage continues, with brands like ASUS, BenQ, Epson, Lenovo, LG, Panasonic and Sony among others. There's also a pleasant, long awaited surprise at the end for the faithful reader.
While expensive, the Bowers and Wilkins iPod speaker system may just be the best in the market, satisfying even the most stringent audiophile.
Ready for a mid-year splurge? Well, now's a pretty good time with the annual PC Show fair. Spanning several floors in Suntec City Convention Center, this year promises a more spacious event with all the goodness of the great offers. Hop in to find out some of the good stuff that we chanced upon and ready your wallets.
Better bass than most and at a price that isn't too exorbitant for its class of audio fidelity. That's what you'll get from the Audio Technica ATH-CK10 headphones.
As sneak previews go, this one was pretty much hush hush, cloak and dagger style. HP was kind enough to let us in on their latest TouchSmart product that's now being revealed at HP's Connecting Your World Event in Berlin. Here's a quick look at the HP TouchSmart IQ500.
Just revealed in Berlin at their Connecting Your World Event is HP's latest addition to their Voodoo gaming stable: the Voodoo Envy 133. Weighing at only lightweight 1.54kg, this 13.3-inch notebook wonder from Voodoo will make your friends go green with envy.