It's that time of the year again, where the speedy Formula 1 cars make their way down to Singapore for a night race. What better way for Acer to take advantage of this event by launching a new addition to their product lineup? This time around it's a Ferrari-themed netbook that's bound to whiz you away. Surprisingly, it's based on the AMD Congo platform!
Rated at a massive 1500W, the latest member of SilverStone's Strider series of power supply units is quite the technical achievement. We find out how.
Intel unveiled their latest Core i7 mobile processors today at Intel Developer Forum. We have all the details here including some of the latest Core i7 laptop models from major brands.
The next round of the graphics card war begins with the launch of the world's first fully DirectX11 compatible graphics card - the ATI Radeon HD 5870. Manufactured using a 40nm process, packing a staggering 2.15 billion transistors, and with twice the stream processor count of the Radeon HD 4870, we put it through its paces to see what ATI's new GPU is capable of.
We look at Intel's latest product roadmaps from the enterprise segment all the way down to netbooks. We reveal all the 32nm product changes and their expected availability.
Intel today extended Moore's Law by revealing the world's first 22nm working transistors. In addition, Intel also shared details of their new Atom netbook application store.
SonicGear says that the Xanadu X2 is an "extreme audio system" that promises excellent audio performance. We find out just what's so extreme about it.
With its outrageous dragon motif and red and black color scheme, the new Lian Li PC-P50R casing strikes a fierce figure. Designed specially for AMD systems using the "Dragon" platform, the PC-P50R, in true Lian Li tradition, is also made entirely from aluminum. We see if the dragon resides in this casing.
The versatile Evercool Transformer 4 CPU cooler fits all recent modern processors from AMD and Intel and comes with two quiet 120mm fans for extra cooling.
It has been more than a year since the Micro Four Thirds standard was announced, promising DSLR-like image quality in smaller than DSLR bodies. With the new Panasonic Lumix GF1 we're reviewing today, does the standard deliver? Dive in to our review today to find out.