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Sony showcased its latest range of LCD TVs, Handycam camcorders, a new Alpha DSLR camera and a bevy of other innovative products ranging from a rollicking robotic music player, a prototype 27-inch OLED screen and many more. So read on to get your fix of CES updates from the show floor at Las Vegas.
Motorola announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Soundbuzz just days into 2008. At the event, the Motorola ROKR E8 was simultaneously launched as well and the Hardware Zone team was at the scene to check out what's coming your way. So read on!
You've certainly heard of Hybrid SLI being in the works for ages, but today at CES, NVIDIA officially announced Hybrid SLI technology and a slew of products for this new ecosystem. What a way to start 2008 with a bright upswing and we've got the full details for you.
With just under a day to go before International CES 2008 kicks off, we caught some pre-CES action as Philips announced their new Design Collection with a little bit of a confident swagger. Check out Philips' new Ultimate Dream TV inside and many new lifestyle products to set the pace for the year to come.
Only available in Vinyl Black, the Sony Ericsson W960i is a jack of all trades mobile with a touch screen interface.
Samsung grooved to the beat of the New Year by announcing five new mobile phones that would hit the retail channel within the first quarter of 2008. Lucky for you the Hardware Zone team was at the exciting launch event, so read on to see what's in store for you soon!
We did promise you we would review the Western Digital My Book when we got it and well, the time has come. Read on as we lay our hands on this fine brushed-metal black, paperback sized external storage unit and run this 750GB baby through its paces.
Hailed by Microsoft to be the next groundbreaking product in PC input and media control, the new Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 is as sweet as they come, if you can afford it, that is.Wireless
The Razer Lycosa tempts with its sleek looks and cool functions and should be a no-brainer for gamers looking for an edge.
Despite its various drawbacks, the Nokia 6500 Classic is undeniably elegant and sleek. Considering its design and slim profile, it is relatively value for money.