ASUS' new series of motherboards, 'The Ultimate Force' or TUF, gets its first member with the SABERTOOTH 55i. Featuring military grade components and an unique ceramic-based heatsink coating, this is a rugged premium board using the Intel P55 Express chipset. We find out just how tough it is.
Sporting fewer stream processors and lower clock speeds than the Radeon HD 5870, the Radeon HD 5850 has thus far been largely overlooked. Today, we are checking out the little brother of the Cypress range to see what kind of performance it brings to the table.
The new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FP8 has the looks, but does it have the substance to go along with it?
Adding another member to its EOS family, the Canon EOS 7D has the makings of a DSLR that's just right for the photography enthusiast. If it's proof that you need, then it is proof that you'll get from our pictorial review of this DSLR packed with a new 18-megapixel sensor and dual Digic 4 processors.
You'll be surprised at how the humblest of mobile phones can be used to enrich lives of the emerging markets. Nokia's Life Tools is a service designed for this segment to enhance a community's agriculture and education system. We share some of our thoughts and findings on how Nokia employs this service in the real world.
Liquid cooling kits have become more accessible over the years but Corsair wants to bring it to the masses with its H50 high-performance CPU cooler. Featuring cooling technology from Asetek, the H50 promises to make liquid cooling simple and best of all, cool.
Research in Motion is still making efforts to keep the competition at bay. And thus, enter the new BlackBerry Curve 8520.
The Radeon HD 5770 falls short of fantastic, but how would two of them in CrossFire configuration perform? Would it surpass the dual-GPU Radeon HD 4870 X2? Check out the results to find out.
The Panasonic Lumix FX65 comes from a line of fine digital compact cameras; its predecessors include the FX36, FX38 and FX48. Does it live up to its pedigree and can it overcome some of the shortcomings of its predecessors? We take it for a spin and find out if the new Power O.I.S. can tip the scales in its favor.
Fujitsu's latest ScanSnap S1500 will convert your office into a paperless one in no time.