Sitex 2009, the last tech show of the year starts next week at Singapore Expo. With new sections focusing on travel gadgets and gizmos that appeal to women, Sitex 2009 promises to end the year with a bang. Check out our preview to find out what's in store for you!
With the more high-profile e-book readers like the Kindle unavailable in Singapore, it's iRiver to the rescue with its Story.
Making its way to our labs fresh from Lenovo's factory line is the IdeaCentre Q110. So fresh, our review model's packaging hasn't even gotten translated to English. What should excite you most of this nettop is its NVIDIA Ion platform which comes in a very petite form factor. Read on for our take.
Microsoft's newest flagship webcam, LifeCam Cinema, is touted as the first consumer-grade camera with 720p HD recording capabilities.
Pitting audio veterans Altec Lansing against electronics giant Sony, we take a look at the two newest top of the line 2.1-channel multimedia speaker systems in the market - the uber-cool Expressionist Ultra MX6021 from Altec Lansing and the somber-looking SRS-DB500 from Sony.
Rise of the Android? It would seem so when all major players are starting to showcase their Android devices. Sony Ericsson hopes to enter the market with a big bang using a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and their unique Timescape and Mediascape UI. Here are our first impressions of the upcoming XPERIA X10.
The next evolution in storage technologies and interfaces are upon us! SATA has now reached 6Gbit/s transfer rate while USB 3.0 brings a tenfold increase in speed. These two new features are the highlights of a new breed of P55 motherboards, including the two from ASUS and Gigabyte that we'll be looking at.
Audio Technica introduces a new range of in-ear headphones, CKF300 (Bloom), under its Ladies series.
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.