You have probably seen our preview of Gigabyte's high-end P45 motherboard. Most of all, you know of its impressively large heatsink and full copper liquid cooling block. Now, you won't have to wait anymore for the performance numbers. Read on for the full review.
The O2 Zinc gets a new successor in both looks and name with the MWg Zinc II, so click here to read all about this new Windows Mobile 6.1 device packed with features.
We promised you a review back when we did our preview of HP's TouchSmart IQ500 PC series. Well, it's finally here in our labs, so join us as we take on the HP TouchSmart IQ506 PC, fresh from its tour of duty in Berlin, where it was first unveiled.
January of 2008 was when we first heard of AMD's new SB750 Southbridge. Details about this new part was scarce and we wondered what were its new features. Now, Foxconn is one of the first to introduce a motherboard using this new SB750 Southbridge - the A79A-S.
Combining a great user interface with an affordable price, Garmin's latest 200W Personal Navigation Device is an entry-level device that should satisfy many.
Held at 'The Studio' today was Creative's launch of their latest portable media player, the Zen X-Fi, boasting X-Fi audio quality, Wi-Fi, and other interesting features. Read on to get a quick update of what you can expect out of it.
You might have heard of the Flip camcorder; a small SD camcorder which is simple and easy to use, and Sony introduces its HD equivalent with the Sony HDR-TG1E.
The small form factor desktop PC market heats up with Acer's introduction of the Acer Aspire X3600. Capable of Blu-ray and HD-DVD playback and bundled with an appropriate large screen and other supporting accessories, the X3600 looks to be worth its weight in gold. Find out what we thought about it.
Retro is in, as Nokia reintroduces the 6220 with updated features such as a 5-megapixel camera with Xenon flash.
Netbooks have certainly made an impact since their introduction, with consumer interest driving up strong sales. With even more models announced since Computex 2008, will the strong interest and demand replace the notebooks of today? We'll delve in to this matter from the basics.