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If MSI's P965 Neo left you wanting, you might want to check out the new P965 Platinum. With more complete features, performance increase and CrossFire compatibility, the P965 Platinum is built for gamers and power users, but does it have any downsides? Read on to find out.
corega has done it again as they introduce the CG-BTHS03: A Bluetooth VoIP headset and a wireless headset for mobile phones rolled into one small and chic device.
Sony Ericsson's latest fashion statement comes in the form the of the sexy Z610i clamshell mobile phone, but there's more to it than just looks. This 3G camera phone can work and play just as hard.
Many of you would have heard about this industry-shaking merger that has numerous implications not only for the entire IT industry, but for the consumers as well. Hardware Zone managed to catch up with Bryan Low, the VP for Sales and Marketing in South Asia at AMD to answer our queries of the merger, current status and upcoming plans.
If you've ever wanted your own networked storage server, the Synlogy Cube Station CS-406 is exactly what you need. With a 1.5TB storage capacity, happiness is a Cube Station.
NVIDIA's latest GeForce 7900 GS is no doubt finding fans for its affordability and performance. But why settle for a generic one when there are numerous special and overclocked versions out there? Leadtek for one has an extremely attractive GeForce 7900 GS. Here's the WinFast PX7900 GS TDH Extreme.
Focusing on a retro design, the new NV10 not only looks fantastic, it performs decently well for Samsung's first attempt on a 10-megapixel camera. Read on for our full take on it.
You've probably heard plenty of Intel's P965 by now, so we thought we might give you a treat with a comprehensive preview of Gigabyte's upcoming GA-965G-DS3, one of the first G965 motherboards to sport Intel's new GMA X3000 onboard graphics engine.
Toshiba's new REGZA 47WL66E is a big entry into the HDTV market. This LCD TV with a full 1920 x 1080 panel display does its job right with great HD output, but average DVD and analog TV playback.
Barely a week after NVIDIA officially launched the GeForce 7950 GT, we are already seeing multiple models from various vendors deluging our labs. XFX sent us a pair of custom GeForce 7950 GT cards featuring an all-passive cooler design, so we just had to show you how it fared.