It's that time of the year again. No, not Christmas shopping but to identify the year's outstanding tech gadgets and gears and present them in our annual list of the top 100 best products. These are the cream of the crop and perhaps one of these could even be an appropriate gift for the holidays. So let's get started!
Well, well, the inevitable is finally here - the GeForce GTX 295 - NVIDIA's newest flagship and response to ATI's dual-GPU Radeon HD 4870 X2. Boasting two hybrid GTX 200-class GPUs, we take a quick look to get a feel of how quick this card will be.
Panasonic might just have redefined the meaning of "prosumer" with the introduction of its LUMIX G1. Our initial impressions, after the jump.
Gather together LAN party-goers, for the Intel P45 platform gets a lot smaller with DFI's LANParty JR P45-T2RS, the first P45 motherboard to come in a mATX form factor. Is it the best choice for those intending to build a handy LAN gaming PC? Read on to find out how it stands.
We last pawed the Toshiba Portege R600 at Toshiba's launch event just a month back, and now we have a chance to dig deeper into its internals to see what makes this lightweight 0.979kg wonder tick.
Yet another high wattage PSU has hit the shelves with a resounding bang. With 1200W of raw power, can Ikonik's Vulcan match up to the competition?
For the first time, the SIGGRAPH computer graphics conference is being organized for the Asian market and it was held here in Singapore at Suntec City. Find out what took place, check out the gallery highlights and of course what ATI and NVIDIA had on display for the professional market.
We take a look at Xigmatek's BattleAxe VGA cooler that uses their Heatpipe Direct Touch (HDT) technology to soothe the heat of a wide range of graphic cards from both ATI and NVIDIA.
Itching to watch DVB-T channels on your computer and want to do it in style? Then check out this Lamborghini inspired DVB-T tuner from Kworld.
We take a quick look at Axioo's netbook - which also happens to be a clone of the popular MSI Wind U100 netbook.