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With Logitech's intelligent Harmony series of universal remote controls, the time has finally come for you to dump your inventory of stock remote controls.
The Core 2 Duo 'fever' is on! If you thought the E6600 processor is the sweet spot for performance and price, you would be shocked to find out what the affordable E6300 model can dish with the right motherboard, some voltage boost and some FSB love.
Sony Ericsson has teamed up with Sony to introduce, for the first time, a Cybershot camera phone with 3.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, the K800i.
With virtually all the present generation of graphics cards already on the table, it's timely to conduct a short investigation on which is the best midrange graphics card for your budget. We gathered six such chipsets from both ATI and NVIDIA and ran them through our select benchmarks. Care to lay your bets?
The SphereX Xbox 5.1 Surround Sound System is born of royal blood. Based on Mirage's Omnipolar technology, the speakers create an extremely natural sounding environment to captivate all Xbox fans out there.
You've seen the Core 2 Extreme X6800 and the Athlon 64 FX-62 duke it out in our Core 2 Performance Review, but now we're offering you a glimpse into the future as we try to determine what the upcoming Core 2 Extreme X6900 and Athlon 64 FX-64 will bring to the table, performance-wise.
Together with the new Dopod 595, the arrival of the 838 Pro reaffirms Dopod's continuing strive towards product innovation. www.hardwarezone.com was at the launch and we were treated to more than we originally anticipated.
Toshiba introduces the little brother to the G30, the Qosmio F30. Minus the HD-DVD optical drive, the F30 is still packed with multimedia features that will still blow you away.
MSI refreshes their Socket AM2 lineup with a new V-Class budget motherboard. The K9NU Neo may have limited features, but not necessarily limited functionality. A perfect build for a casual home PC, its nForce 500-class performance will also give budget gamers a reason to smile.
The GeForce 7600 GS has remained in the shadow of the faster GeForce 7600 GT. Then NVIDIA introduced the GeForce 7300 GT which, depending on its clock speeds, posed a competitive threat. To stay relevant, ASUS has a new bolstered GeForce 7600 GS but can it reverse the tide like its unique Reverse Cool system?