The small form factor desktop PC market heats up with Acer's introduction of the Acer Aspire X3600. Capable of Blu-ray and HD-DVD playback and bundled with an appropriate large screen and other supporting accessories, the X3600 looks to be worth its weight in gold. Find out what we thought about it.
Retro is in, as Nokia reintroduces the 6220 with updated features such as a 5-megapixel camera with Xenon flash.
Netbooks have certainly made an impact since their introduction, with consumer interest driving up strong sales. With even more models announced since Computex 2008, will the strong interest and demand replace the notebooks of today? We'll delve in to this matter from the basics.
The touch-screen revolution is well and truly here, and following the KF600, LG continues to entice consumers with another touch-screen mobile phone, the LG KF700.
The Radeon HD 4800 series is shaking up the desktop graphics scene and we're here to bring you more exciting benchmarks results from this hot new GPU, including CrossFireX scores that match and exceed anything from NVIDIA at similar price bandings. Ready your wallets!
Instead of the usual Bluetooth connection, Sennheiser went the Kleer technology route with its CES 2008 debutant, the MX W1 wireless stereo earphones.
AMD has achieved a small milestone of being first to offer 65W TDP quad-core processors with their new Phenom X4 9350e and 9150e processors. However their low clock speeds could be trouble against Intel's fast dual-core offerings. Can AMD's new Phenom X4 still hold its ground? We give you the lowdown.
People expect big things when a product gets labeled "EXTREME", and today we take a quick look at Gigabyte's latest offering for overclocking enthusiasts, the GA-EP45T-EXTREME.
Held at VivoCity's Golden Village Cinemas, MSI, together with local distributor Corbell, sprung a launch event showcasing their latest P45 motherboards. Also spotted at the event were other MSI products which included the newer ATI and NVIDIA graphic cards and the MSI Wind NB U100.
Some say it's never a good idea to mix business with pleasure, but Nokia has proven them wrong with their new E-series device, the Nokia E71.