We know it's hard to part ways with an old flame, but change is a necessity. The question is - will the Nokia E72 live up to its predecessor's name, and prove that the Finnish company's E-series device wasn't a one-hit wonder? We share our thoughts and analysis of the E72 within this full review.
Nokia has introduced a small "sister" to its N97 line up: the N97 mini, available in cherry black and garnet.
The Radeon HD 5870 might be fast, but it is not the undisputed speed king yet. That will all change, however, as the all-new dual-GPU Radeon HD 5970 enters the fray. Boasting two Cypress XT GPUs on a single PCB, the King returns to reclaim its crown in a bigger and bolder fashion.
Turning your phone into something funky is made possible with the HTC Tattoo and its customizable covers.
NVIDIA is boosting the ranks of their GT200 class cards with a new arrival, the GeForce GT 240. Positioned between the GeForce 9600 GT and 9800 GT, NVIDIA claims this is the perfect GPU under US$99 for mainstream visual computing and power gaming. Naturally, we had to investigate.
HP's TouchSmart makes a second return to our labs in a very familiar form factor, better functionality and loaded with Windows 7. Let's see if there's anything new in this All-in-One package, shall we?
While the Aino may look and feel like a lot of the slider phones in the market today, the Aino's main highlight is its ability to communicate with the PS3 and remotely serve you media content stored at home. How does it do it? Better yet, we'll show you!
A surprise release from Canon, the PowerShot S90 features the large sensor from the G-series in a smaller body together with full manual controls. Does the combination of prosumer sensor and compact body work?
We check out the handsome and ultra slim Panasonic SC-HC4 iPod docking station to see if there is more to it than its good looks.
LG's fourth Black Label device, the LG BL40 Chocolate, is one of those things that you can never ignore - if not for its sexy looks, then for its unusual elongated form factor. We check out how the Chocolate that neither melts in your mouth, nor in your hand fares in our full review.