You have had your say with the HWM+HardwareZone.com Reader's Choice awards, so it's the turn of the team at HWM and HardwareZone.com to reveal the top performing products. Here then is the first part of our Editor's Choice Tech Awards.
NVIDIA was the first to implement switchable graphics, where a notebook has both integrated and discrete graphics and one can switch between the two as desired. Taking this step further, the company has announced its Optimus technology, where the switching is done automatically. We check out this new feature that will soon be heading your way.
If you're still undecided on which Intel CULV notebook to get, then don't give this article a miss as we scope out the latest 13-inch models to see which one's really worth dragging the wallet out for. Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo, LG, MSI and Toshiba battle it out in this shootout.
With Intel's new dual-core processors, there will be Nehalem-based processors for almost every segment. The Intel P55 chipset remains the choice for Intel's mainstream quad-cores but what about the motherboards? What's a cheap but decent P55 motherboard? We find out if the Jetway Kuroshio BI-700 fits the bill.
Almost ten years in the making, the HWM+HardwareZone.com Tech Awards 2010 was celebrated with no bars held. A prestigious event held at the Sheraton Hotel on the 3rd of February, it paid tribute to the very best in tech products and services within two main award categories: Editor's Choice and Reader's Choice. Read on to find out what took place that exciting afternoon.
Sony's VAIO notebook collection gets updated and refreshed just in time for Spring 2010. We hopped over to Fort Canning to see what Sony has in store for us. Read on for the report and our initial opinions.
Olympus sure isn't letting up on its Micro Four Thirds offerings. The E-P2 came five months after the release of the E-P1 in June 2009, and three short months after the E-P2 comes the brand new E-PL1, announced today. Read on for the full details and our first hands-on impressions.
While 3D capabilities have not exactly been in the mainstream yet, some LCD monitors have come into the market with 3D support, namely, the Samsung 2233RZ and ViewSonic VX2268WM. We take a look at both LCD monitors on standard and 3d gaming usage to see which will come up on top.
Looking for a pair of fashionable and relatively decent headphones to go with your style? We put the iFrogz EarPollution NervePipes to the test.
Sony Ericsson's second Symbian S60 5th Edition touchscreen phone, the Vivaz, is almost here. With several features rolled into this sleek looking device, including 720p HD video recording with continuous auto-focus and more, will this silence the critics? We give you a quick preview to see if it's worth waiting for.