The Razer Orochi is the company's first attempt at a portable Bluetooth gaming mouse. We take it for a spin to see if its lives up to the legendary Razer name.
The micro-ATX form factor appears to be the choice for motherboards using the AMD 785G chipset, including this latest version from DFI. With some enthusiast-friendly features, including its Auto Boost System, can the DFI LANParty BI 785G-M35 stand out from the rest?
Quad-core processors have never been cheaper with AMD's latest processor series, the Athlon II. The Athlon II X4 630 and 620 models are now available, with low prices that Intel's quad-cores cannot match. But do they have the performance to go along with that? Answers in our review.
Audio Technica's follow-up to its ATH-ON3 headphones, the ATH-ON300, retains its trademark "seamless" headbands and keen sense of style.
Ever wished you could pocket your notebook? Sure Sony's VAIO P might have characterized that, but it wasn't quite practical. Meet Fujitsu's new LifeBook UH900 that attempts one-up the competition. Also at the winter launch event were new ultrathin notebooks using both the Intel and AMD low voltage processors.
Samsung bumped up their X-series of ultra portable notebooks with a new addition recently. Do stick around if you'd like to find out about the 14-inch X420 and why we think it's a winner. We aren't making any references to Coldplay by the way.
The Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ Razor Edition is unique because it is the world's only single slot GeForce GTX 260+ graphics card. We see if it manages to keep its cool.
The Big Bang is here! MSI's latest high-end motherboard has reached our lab but it's just not what we had been expecting. There's no Lucid Hydra 200 chip on this board, though it does support 3-way SLI. Check out our preview of the other Big Bang motherboard, the MSI Trinergy.
Are you are an owner of the HTC Touch HD, or for that matter, a Windows Mobile device? If so, we think you should hop on in for the evaluation of the HTC HD2, equipped with the new HTC Sense UI, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor, on a 4.3-inch capacitive touch screen with multi-touch. Repeat after us - it's upgrade time!
LG Electronics has recently joined in the fray with other LCD TV makers offering LED-backlit TVs. Turning up the heat in this segment is the new LG SL90 series HDTV and we take a firsthand look at a 42-inch model of this borderless beauty that's still smoking hot out of LG's barrel.