The Fujitsu tablet-convertible UMPC U1010 has a full operating system and the portability factor, making it a true mobile companion for the consumers.
You've already seen what Gigabyte has up their sleeves for the mainstream market with their Ultra Durable 2 line of motherboards, and now we give you an in depth look at their latest flagship board - the Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6, complete with an ever more elaborate cooling design.
The Nokia 8600 Luna brings with it an expensive price tag, but sports a unique and quaint design symbolizing personality and status.
Gathering together the present and previous generations of graphics cards from both ATI and NVIDIA that have ruled much of the retail scene in 2007, we have the benchmark numbers for more than 20 cards in our comparison chart. Which is the best performer and which gives the best bang for your buck? Answers inside!
The Dell XPS M1330 is proof that thin and light notebooks do not have to be underpowered. Running a full fledged Santa Rosa platform with a mobile GeForce 8 series GPU, the M1330 transcends notebook conventions and fuses everything you always wanted in an ultraportable into one sleek unit.
Spilling out beyond the usual perimeters of Suntec conventional halls, this year's COMEX occupies not two but three floors of exhibition space, and in doing so it has proven its appeal as an IT bargain haven conclusively. In keeping with traditions, www.hardwarezone.com presents to you the full coverage of COMEX 2007!
Archos paves the way for the future of portable media players (PMP), with the induction of its latest offering, the Archos 605 Wi-Fi PMP.
The Toshiba Portege R400 represents the latest vision of portable computing from Toshiba and it has more than just a pretty face to share.
MSI takes their latest DDR3 P35 board to new heights with the P35 Diamond, complete with the bundled VoIP hardware and Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio sound card. An excellent motherboard with great performance that should not be overlooked, but is it worth it? Find out inside.
Boot Camp showed us the possibility of running Windows on a Mac. But virtualization software allows Windows, Linux, Solaris and almost any OS you can think of, run side by side and even within Mac OS X. Our admission to this world of possibilities: VMware Fusion.