Foxconn goes with the typical overclocking route in order to win your favor with its latest mid-range graphics card based on the NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT. Does it succeed in convincing us to give the thumbs up? Read about our experience here.
Toshiba's 47-inch REGZA arrives in our labs, eager to prove its HD capabilities.
We've got the full review of the Foxconn P35A right here with benchmark and overclocking numbers. This budget board is great for those looking for a simple, yet effective gaming platform with good graphics performance, CrossFire capability and high overclocking. Watch out for the pitfalls inside.
Forget other notebooks which profess to be for gamers, the new ASUS G2S Gaming Notebook has the true look, feel, and power of a gaming notebook.
In the hustle and bustle of the Computex 2007 trade fair, we managed to catch up with Brian Chung, Motherboard Product Marketing Manager of Foxconn for a little chat to better understand how Foxconn is progressing in the channel market and some of his thoughts on upcoming standards and trends.
In the final installment of our Computex 2007 coverage, we take a look at upcoming products from Antec, KYE, Glofiish, Sapphire, SiS, Shuttle and more goodies from MSI and Foxconn. Of course to end it all in a cheerful note, check out the Computex beauties of the show floor.
In this eighth installation of HardwareZone's Computex update, we'll be bringing you a peek into MSI, NVIDIA, AMD, Thecus, Realtek, GeCube and Corsair. Check out the latest from Computex Taipei 2007 right here.
Our second last installation of the Computex Taipei 2007 coverage will bring you to MSI, Intel, Biostar, Cooler Master, Kingmax, Kingston, Leadtek, OCZ, Palit and XpertVision.
Our second day doing the rounds of Computex's halls produced sightings of brands like A-DATA, Chieftec, Geil, InnoVision, Lian Li, Sandisk and Scythe. Find out what these manufacturers have in store for consumers.
In this update of Computex Taipei 2007, we bring you the lifestyle side of ASUS with their notebooks, handheld and entertainment devices. We also cover Casetech, Global WIN, Hitachi, Transcend, Thermaltake, Lobos, CMC, Prodisc, Optodisc, Promise, SuperMicro and Point of View, so click on.