Samsung's SGH-F700 is an elegantly designed phone that hides a QWERTY keyboard within its minimalistic profile.
It doesn't take too long nowadays for vendors to start offering custom graphics cards and the GeForce 9600 GT gets the silent treatment from Gigabyte. With a passive cooler and overclocked frequencies, is this the card to get?
Samsung's latest collaboration with Bang & Olufsen, the Serenata, is set to impress with a high-end B&O speaker and a design that's out of this world.
Lenovo's spanking new and super slim ThinkPad X300 is the latest entry to the ultra-portable notebook segment and touts features such as an ultra-slim DVD burner and more connectivity options than Apple's MacBook Air. We take a look at this slim beauty to see if it lives up to our expectations.
Showcased at the annual CES and Macworld shows, the iFrogz Audiowrapz Sound Case attracted our attention with its many accolades and naturally we had to see for ourselves.
Intel has been preaching 45nm for a year and today, the first 45nm desktop processor has finally arrived. We take the latest and greatest Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 for a spin in our labs and we were plenty impressed with its new capabilities. Read all about it right here.
If you're looking for a high-end high-performance NAS device, look no further as Thecus N5200 PRO's features and performance would likely blow you away. Featuring five hot-swappable bays and RAID 6 support, we examine how this storage monster handle up to FIVE whopping Terabytes of data.
The Philips GoGear SA6025 is a decent flash based media player for those looking for something simple and competent.
With wireless communication topping the popularity chart, Nikon has kindly provided us with a sneak peek at the brand new Nikon S52c, continuing the wireless trend set by its predecessor and bringing more to the table with upgraded features. Read on for the quick preview!
It's only been days since the GeForce 9800 GTX made its debut but MSI already has prepared an overclocked version for the enthusiasts. Outwardly similar to the reference design, it is similar to MSI's own standard edition, but with higher clocks. Does it have the pace to stand out from the competition?