The ATI Radeon HD 5770 might be a bit of a disappointment when we first reviewed it, but it's still a mighty competent mid to high-end graphics card. Vendors are now coming up with their own customized designs and we've two fine examples from MSI and PowerColor to do battle.
The MSI R5870 Lightning is the latest addition to MSI's line of extreme, hardcore-only Lightning edition of graphics cards. It is fitted with military-class materials that are supposed to better withstand the strains of overclocking. We ride the lightning to find out just how good it is.
Think you got superhuman reflexes? 5700 dpi too low for you? How about 6000 dpi? We take PowerLogic's Alien G9 gaming mouse for a spin.
Rolling out an impressive suite of four new BRAVIA series in all, Sony is claiming pole-position with their announcement of a 3D-capable BRAVIA, the Full-HD LX900. Is it really out yet though? Hop on to find out more.
Microsoft has released the stylish Arc keyboard to complement its equally fashionable Arc mouse. We check it out to see if there's more beneath the pretty facade.
You've heard the news, read our reports and ogled at our coverage of the various launches and highlights for most major vendors. Now we wrap up the biggest mobile technology event of the year with our in-house videos of the best of the best phone demos and products that will steal the thunder for the rest of the year.
The HP Photosmart Premium C309 is a beautiful all-in-one inkjet printer that prints, copies and scans, with a 3.45-inch touch-screen LCD display built in. But is it all look and no substance, or does it hold its printing might against its closest competitors?
Filling up our palm is the DFI LanParty MI P55-T36, a mini-ITX board that belies its dimensions by having Intel's mainstream P55 chipset onboard. It opens the way for mini-ITX systems powered by a quad-core processor. We check it out to see if it's as capable as its full-sized rivals.
Fortified with Panasonic's NeoPDP panel and a multitude of features, the Full-HD VIERA Z1 seems to have reason to be the cream of Panasonic's plasma crop. With an ultra-slim profile and a separate tuner box, let's determine if this expensive piece of visual equipment is ultimately worth your while.
We take a look at Samsung's latest Android-based offering, the Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700, a decent all-rounder that caters to both on-the-go working and networking.