Apple's Mac OS X Leopard is promoted as the best upgrade ever with over 300 new features included. We were invited to the launch event recently and thought we'd share our first experiences with the new Mac OS. Read on.
Sony Ericsson recently rolled out another model in their Walkman phone series that is big on entertainment and health functions built for the youths of today. Take a look at the W580i with us.
Great construction, solid feel, UI updates and a host of multimedia features await you. The Nokia 6500 slide is a basic mobile phone with plenty of goodies under its stainless steel body.
At HP's recent Smart Office 2007 regional press event held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Hardware Zone was treated to a vast array of new SMB products, services and even technologies to meet the needs of this fast growing segment. Join as we walk you though the event highlights.
Are you one of those who's into bright shiny displays? Korean firm 3R System has just the chassis for you then with the R240 Zion, a mid-tower that has more bling than the usual. Does it have substance behind that fancy exterior?
We return to Gigabyte's stables to give their high-end X38 based DQ6 series another go. This time, we take the DDR3 GA-X38T-DQ6 out for a spin instead. How does the GA-X38T-DQ6 fare in comparison to the DDR-only GA-X38-DQ6? Find out inside.
There are many good points about the Holux GPSmile 53CL car navigation system that you might just end up buying one - if not at least give it a strong consideration.
Foxconn surprised us by introducing their first Intel X38 motherboard under the Digital Life line of boards instead of the performance Quantum Force series. However, the X38A proved to be no push over, coupling great performance, an interesting feature set and a price hard to say no to. Read the full review inside.
In all, the Sony NWZ-S615F is a compact flash-based player with very good audio quality, an intuitive interface, FM radio and an amazing battery life.
Aimed at a niche audience with multiple computers at home, Microsoft's new Windows Home Server hopes to automate the mundane tasks involved in home networks, from file sharing to system backups. If you're the unofficial IT troubleshooter at home, this is a must read for it may just save you a lot of hassle.