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Already shaping up to be a yearly feature from Sony, the recently concluded Sony Christmas Fest 2006 was held at Suntec Convention Centre Room 201-210 from 15th - 17th December. Almost everything was going at an attractive rate.
Alongside its Customer Service Centre and Canon Digital Hub at Keppel Bay Tower, Canon's LiNK store, a massive 3,500 square feet outlet, has just opened its doors at VivoCity, effectively turning the Harbourfront area into a Canon Hub.
The Xenium 9@9s does not only shine when it comes to battery life, it also strikes an elegant pose with its clean and sharp aesthetics.
Blu-ray is one small step closer to becoming mainstream, thanks to the publicity generated by Sony's PlayStation 3. The next step is to get the enthusiasts onboard and Sony intends to do that with its new BWU-100A Blu-ray writer. Here's our experience with this drive.
ATI's Radeon X1650 XT has proven to be a creditable opponent in the mid-range segment against NVIDIA's reigning GeForce 7600 GT. We always like more options in the market because that usually leads to better prices so to further encourage this new card, we have PowerColor's version for review.
Shirking the strict business look, Fujitsu unveiled a series of ultra-slick concept laptops at their latest showcase, along with a preview of their latest notebook, the P7230, and a couple of interesting tablet PCs. So hop in and take a good look at these new 'models'.
The Foxconn G9657MA-8EKRS2H is a great microATX motherboard for anyone looking to build a compact PC, but unwilling to sacrifice features and storage performance. With the latest chipset and full CPU support, it can even match features with larger ATX boards. Read all about it here.
The new Philips DVDR9000H is a "jack of all trades" as it can record your favorite shows, decode DVDs, upscale videos and has a whopping 400GB hard disk.
Gathering seven top of the line GeForce 8800 GTX cards in our labs, we present to you this buying guide to help you decide which is the right card for your budget and package preferences. Read on to find out our favorites.
Sony's colorful and bubbly VAIO C notebooks won the hearts of the the young stars and starlets of Channel U's Project Superstar at Caldecott Hill last night. Pulling a few strings, we managed to find our way around the tight security tapes to bring you closer to them.