Fresh from Sony is a more orthodox Sony netbook, the Sony VAIO W that's a netbook which the Sony VAIO P wasn't. We find out if that's indeed the case.
As the saying goes, two's company and three's a crowd but in the case of Sony Ericsson, to quote singer Prince, we are going to be partying like it's a new year for these new phones that are coming in the 4th quarter of the year. Check out our special preview video to get the gist of Satio, Aino and Yari.
We're starting to see more ultrathin notebooks using Intel's Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) processors, so we're pleased that Lenovo's entry, the IdeaPad U350, finally made its way to our labs. Find out from our review if this charmer can perform as well.
When it comes to mobile phones, we face a constant onslaught of new devices to evaluate and test.
Samsung brought us to the land of smiles and introduced three new digital compact cameras, two of which comes with two displays. The innovative cameras also feature touch-screen and Samsung's unique haptic technology.
Gigabyte's new Intel P55 motherboards promise smart and efficient computing with their new optimized functions and utilities in addition to the new hardware platform. We give you a sneak peek of its hardware, BIOS and several new utilities you can expect with your next Gigabyte motherboard upgrade.
The X-Mini II is the second generation of small but spunky speakers that will astound you with its audio output.
The NaimUniti music player finally reaches our shores. It can play music directly from USB flash drives, CDs, FM and Internet radio stations, and can even stream audio from your music server or PC. We had a hands-on session with this critically acclaimed music player to see what else it has to offer.
It's no EliteBook, but the HP ProBook does have its own charm and obviously sports a much more affordable price tag. But does it hold up to its more illustrious and business centric cousin? We find out its specialty and lay out the facts for you.
Samsung seems bent on using the Omnia namesake on phones that bear little resemblance to the original touchscreen beauty. One such phone is the Omnia Pro B7320 QWERTY candybar phone that packs a keyboard in a candy bar form.