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.
Nokia continues to strengthen its strategic services lineup with the Nokia Music Store - now available for the Singapore consumer market. Get ready, for the online music revolution!
Aztech's HomePlug series of powerline Ethernet adaptors has always been easy to set up and use and their latest 200Mbps model, the HL109E is no different.
Microsoft enhances the Windows Vista experience with the Industrial Design Toolkit, a brand new design initiative in collaboration with some of its major partners including Dell. Take a sneak peek at Microsoft's lifestyle branding on the latest devices as showcased in this exclusive coverage!
Samsung's roadshows have always been a blast to attend and this year's AV Roadshow 2008 was equally exciting. Held at the Shangri-La Hotel, Samsung launched a host of audio-visual products that's almost certain to win your hearts (and dollars).
The Casio EXILIM EX-S10 impresses with its credit card slimness while looking good enough to be a fashion accessory.
The battle for your consumer dollars hits the next level with the ASUS Eee PC 900, the newest generation of its popular Eee PC series. Featuring a larger and cleaner screen area, the Eee PC 900 looks to be a worthy successor to the series. We reveal more in our review.
As the second of its enterprise series of Windows Mobile devices, the i-mate 8502 eschews the aesthetic element in favor of function.
Panasonic's Lumix series of compact digital cameras have been a popular choice amongst consumers, and its popularity will rise even further with their first touch-screen enabled Lumix DMC-FX520. Find out why we liked it and if you should grab one.