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.
If size is really your thing, then don't miss this shootout where we take these mammoth 18.4-inch desktop replacement notebooks from Acer, HP, Toshiba and Sony in a battle of epic proportions!
We take a quick look at Axioo's netbook - which also happens to be a clone of the popular MSI Wind U100 netbook.
After looking at the IGP options for the Intel platform, our attention today switches to AMD. Both AMD and NVIDIA have released IGP chipsets this year and we put them to the test to find out the ultimate one - AMD 780G/740G vs. GeForce 8300/8100 mGPU. Read on to find out which chipset and board to get for your next AMD HTPC!
Small as it may be, the ASUS P320 Mini GPS PDA Phone manages to include a stack of features and comes abreast of the high-end Pocket PC phones in the market.
Are you an extremist? A person who wants the very best products and find that extreme (and exorbitant) prices don't matter to the wallet? If that's you, then check out this review of an extreme gaming machine from Dell.
The Zotac Nitro OC Controller was conceived to help make overclocking your graphics cards a breeze. We take a look to see if it really works.
The HTC Touch HD, joining the ranks of mobile devices such as the iPhone 3G and Samsung Omnia as a multimedia-centric phone, has completed its tour of duty in our lab. Hear our initial impressions (literally) with our first episode of ZoneOut and read all about the final HTC Windows Mobile device for 2008 here.