What comes after PC Show and IT Show? Comex of course! But well before it even commences, www.hardwarezone.com is proud to bring you a preview of the latest gadgets and great offers that await you at Comex 2007.
Nikon's new D3 and D300 have finally been announced, much to the delight of Nikon users and adoring fans, but really, it's Nikon who's the most relieved to have finally made the D3 and D300 official. Now, Nikon finally has what it needs to make a huge step forward.
10 years down the road, Nokia is still giving competitors a run for their money with the introduction of their latest Nokia E90 Communicator.
Riding on the success of the M600i, Sony Ericsson releases the new P1i, a new business handset that smudges the line between business and personal lifestyle.
Touted as the next great thing for PC gaming, DirectX 10 games have been slow to appear in retail for a variety of reasons. Leadtek has seized upon one of the earlier such games to be released, Lost Planet and hopes to use it to attract consumers to its GeForce 8600 GT.
The Samsung Ultra Music F300 is a two-faced delight that packs two heavy functions: MP3 player and mobile communication.
Enthusiasts with a fetish for fans will be eager to lay their hands on the Cooler Master CM 690, which can support up to seven 120mm system fans. This mid-tower chassis also comes with an unique meshed design and all the tool-free mechanisms you have come to expect from the vendor.
Meet an old flame as Nokia introduces the 6120 Classic, packed with HSDPA, Bluetooth 2.0 and many other newer and better features for the 3G era.
ASUS launches their third generation Black Pearl Edition motherboard with the ASUS P5K3 Premium. Packing its own low latency DDR3-1333 memory onboard, great cooling, extreme performance and overclocking plus everything else that comes with the regular P5K3 Deluxe, this you've got to see.
The Core 2 Duo processors have been tried, tested and pushed through the roof countless times here in www.hardwarezone.com , but what about the humble entry-level models? We tried overclocking the Pentium Dual-Core E2160 and the outcome is nothing short of amazing!