Mixing and matching two disparate graphics cards from different vendors becomes a reality with the Big Bang Fuzion, MSI's high-end P55 motherboard. Lucid's Hydra engine makes all this possible but does it work as well as it claims?
It's the first official day of CES 2010 and we were down at the showfloor with Sony as the CE giant gave us a tour of its booth, followed by media interviews with top execs. Here are our impressions.
Samsung puts the pedal to the metal with a slew of announcements at this year's CES. With sleek new LED HDTVs that sport 3D processors and swanky new touch-enabled remote controls, as well as cool new e-reader devices and a great many others, the coming year looks to be an exciting one. Here's a look at some of the more significant announcements by Samsung at CES 2010.
i.Tech's ClipMusic series has always been targeted at the more practical crowd. Foregoing aesthetics in favor of practicality, the i.Tech ClipMusic 802 follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, the ClipMusic 801, with a few minute differences.
A successor in every right, the HTC Touch2 is built with the latest TouchFlo interface and powered by the all-new Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5.
We all knew that 3D was going to be big at CES 2010, but even then, we were slightly caught off-guard by Sony's full throttle approach to bringing 3D to your home. Not a fan of 3D? Perhaps the Sony blitz will convince you. Here are the highlights from Sony's CES press conference and the best gadgets from its booth.
Having claimed the thinnest HDTV title, LG went to outclass themselves with even slimmer ones. How's 10mm for you? Slim aside, the new breed of premium LG HDTVs are choke full of features like 480Hz TruMotion technology, THX certification, 3D, DLNA and wireless ready, NetCast for online content, and more.
The world's largest consumer technology trade show officially starts 7 Jan but some of the more exciting products have been unveiled to the media in a press event. Check out our quick takes on what to expect this year at CES.
Integrated graphics get a new meaning with Intel's Clarkdale family of processors. Built on a 32nm manufacturing process, these processors hold the graphics core close to its heart, right on the same processor package. Can these new processors and its graphics rise above the mediocrity of Intel's GMA?
Lenovo has sneaked in a tiny manifestation under its X-series belt. Here's a preview of the Athlon Neo-based X100e notebook, branded by Lenovo as an ultraportable for executives. Hopefully, it'll retain most of the charms of the brand's venerable ThinkPad.