Fancy a bit of excitement? If you're looking to jazz up that mainstream graphics card, you may well consider these two non-reference GeForce 9600 GT cards from ASUS. Each has an unique proposition for the consumer but which path would you choose? We give you our take on them.
ASUS introduces their latest 3.5G smartphone offering, the M930, with an upgrade option in anticipation of the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.1.
Continuing our "Eaglelake" based motherboard coverage, this time we bring you Gigabyte's version right from the source at their headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan. While we had a chance to see the range of boards they would soon offer, we focused on the DS4 variant. Check it out today!
Here's our look at Panasonic's DMC-FX36, the upgrade to the previous FX33, and find out what new features it brings to the table.
It's the beginning of the summer blockbuster season and Intel's P45 chipset is a month away from wide release. Like Intel's recent chipsets, will this new mainstream chipset take the gloss away from the higher-end variants? Find out how it performs with the ASUS P5Q3 Deluxe.
The Samsung U900 Soul, as reported earlier at the Mobile World Congress 2008 and the recent Samsung Mobile Roadshow, has finally arrived. A Soul-stealing experience awaits you in our full review!
LG continues to offer hybrid drives that read both Blu-ray and HD DVD and one such model, the LG GGW-H20L has finally reached us. Similar to the GGC-H20L that we had reviewed late last year, this optical drive adds Blu-ray write functionality at an unprecedented 6x speed.
The DViCO TViX HD M-6500A is a versatile HD playback machine with comprehensive format support and hassle-free operation.
With Intel's X48 chipsets trickling in retail, it's almost time for the mainstream P45 motherboards to follow suit. All the major vendors are preparing for their upcoming P45 boards and we managed to snag a couple of demo units from MSI for a sneak preview.
Zotac's AMP! Edition graphics cards have featured impressively high clock speeds and the company applies this formula to NVIDIA's new single card flagship, the GeForce 9800 GTX 512MB. Does the extreme overclocking work as intended? Check out what we thought.