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Packing a hugely commendable sound system with excellent output quality, functional features and a neat price, the Philips AJ300D Docking Entertainment System is a great docking station for your iPod or GoGear player.
Logitech brings a new wave of comfort to your PC experience with the Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave's ergonomic design and full fledged desktop functionality.
A new Walkman phone arrives in the form of the sleek slider W910i from Sony Ericsson. Be prepared for some interesting control tools and mood swings.
Every year SITEX opens its doors for the year end shopping spree of tech gadgets, consumer electronics and everything IT. As SITEX 2007 looms ever closer, we have prepared a special preview into this year's 'Digital Playground', showcasing some of the must-have products to own before the year is out. Read on.
AMD officially launches their 7-series chipset today in conjunction to the hugely anticipated Phenom processor. Inside, check out what this new chipset means for AMD's Spider platform and take a look at some of the upcoming AMD 790FX motherboards from MSI and Gigabyte.
During the GSMA Mobile Asia Congress 2007 in Macau, we took a little detour to attend LG's launch of the Viewty, their latest high-end camera phone. With features such as a 5.0-megapixel camera and up to a 120fps video shooting, this touch screen beauty was a star attraction for LG.
The Nokia N81 8GB is a multimedia monster with all the features you'd already have expected from a Nokia Nseries device, now with brand new integrated N-Gage support.
The queue starts here, with the arrival of the Motorola Q9h smartphone with HSDPA functionality for high speed connectivity in a dark sleek chassis.
Over the weekend, four contestants will battle it out in a contest of wits and determination as they participate in the Nokia Digital Playzone competition, held at Orchard Cineleisure from 16th November 6pm to 18th November 2pm.
The abit IP35 Pro was abit's top Intel motherboard before the arrival of the Intel X38 chipset, but with the IX38 QuadGT launched, is the board still a good choice for the power user? We took the IP35 Pro for our usual spin and found a solid performer not to be overlooked.