Besides being the hybrid clone of the GA-P35-DS3R, Gigabyte's GA-P35C-DS3R is an amazing alternative for great overclocking with DDR3 support on the side offering overclockers the flexibility and freedom of memory configuration without compromise.
Direct plug and play USB connection based micro audio players are a dime a dozen, but SanDisk has its own spin in this race with the well-equipped and unique Sansa Express.
Bid farewell to messy video cables and cumbersome switchover between presenters with the ZyXEL WPA-1000 wireless projector adaptor.
MSI's long awaited high end nForce 680i SLI motherboard, the P6N Diamond is finally available in the tradition of being better late than never. With onboard Creative X-Fi based audio, hardware RAID and a sweet price to go along, MSI actually delivers a late game Ace. Read on.
BenQ's latest Joybook, the S41 leads the company's charge of notebooks refreshed with the Santa Rosa platform. Aided by NVIDIA's DirectX 10 compatible GeForce 8600M GS graphics chipset, can this notebook be one of the bargains of the year?
The Sony Ericsson W660i is a strong contender for consumers wanting a mobile phone with a dash of style and strong music playback functionality.
Equipped with a large custom cooler, the X-Turbo II, GeCube's latest Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics card comes with 256MB of GDDR4 memory and seeks to impress us with improved cooling. Is it able to topple the excellent cooler on the reference model?
MSI has decided to release a Diamond Plus edition of the NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS 256MB, featuring a custom cooler and HDMI output.
HTC has unveiled the all new HTC Touch, the first new innovative smartphone from HTC following the acquisition of Dopod International.
XpertVision's Sonic editions have always been interesting for its above average performance. This formula was replicated once more for the new Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB GDDR3 and we were eager to find out if this card can match the reference GDDR4 version.