It may not be the most feature rich mobile around, but its simplicity, clean aesthetics and amount of talk time that it offers makes a strong point for the Philips Xenium 9@9w
For the camera aficionados out there, rejoice, for Nokia has produced another mobile phone with a noteworthy camera.
The Sony Ericsson K850i is up for grabs at a price of S$828. For that price, you'll find a remarkably competent 5.0-megapixel camera on-board and even touch functionality.
Thermaltake has reinforced its Toughpower series with a new patented 140mm fan that claims to be quieter than the competition. Does this QFan make a difference?
Eubiq's Power Track System brings an interesting new twist to the old school power sockets and extension cords.
Although DX 10 gaming didn't pick up the pace this year, the hardware scene was nevertheless abuzz with advancements that made it an exciting year for both the DIY enthusiasts and casual end users alike. Join us as we highlight 100 of the very best products in the consumer technology realm for 2007.
Although the Nokia 2630 is an entry level mobile phone with few advanced functions, its appeal lies in being lightweight, having a slim profile and well spaced keys.
The struggle continues between Blu-ray and HD DVD but manufacturers are already racing to produce hybrid drives that can support both. One may expect them to be costly but as the new LG GGC-H20L shows, that may not always be the case. Find out how this new hybrid drive fares.
Like an armored juggernaut, the Thermaltake Armor+ VH-6000 casing stands out with its fancy looks and size. We got our hands on this as yet unreleased model to see if it will live up to expectations.
Representing the cream of the crop from HP's desktop PC division, we have the HP Pavilion Elite m9000 desktop series. Equipped with the latest multi-core processor and technologies designed for the HD digital entertainment scene, this is an ambitious high-end offering from the PC vendor. Does it deliver on its promises?