Months after O2 announced its departure from the Asia Pacific market, followed by the succession of the new Mobile and Wireless Group (MWg), the new group has a slew of products lined up for the year 2008, and here's a preview of their first entry of the year, the Atom V.
Samsung's design team worked overtime to give the F330 mobile looks to kill and with excellent media playback capabilities, this is one social accessory not to be missed.
The best feature of the MBW-150 is its dual functionality of being a sophisticated wristwatch and as the latest Bluetooth gadget to add to your growing tech paraphernalia collection.
The Portege M700 is the latest incarnation of Toshiba's convertible notebook range. Packing more than a simple face lift however, the M700 has a trick or two up its sleeve. Read on.
First announced at CES 2008, the Cooler Master Cosmos Storm has recently made its way to our labs and is billed as the upgrade to its predecessor, the Cosmos 1000, which won our Editor's Choice Award last year. Will this descendant hold up to the same high standards as well? Read on.
NVIDIA's GeForce 9 series hits the streets today in the form of the GeForce 9600 GT 512MB. Targeted at mainstream users, this new card inherits the DNA of the successful GeForce 8800 GT but at a more affordable price. Can it be the new mid-range bestseller?
Clad in glossy piano black is Samsung's DVD-F1080, a DVD upscaler that promises to deliver the 1080p experience to your existing DVD collection.
In the audio realm, Razer's latest sound system, the Mako, strives to achieve a true gaming experience for gamers, by gamers, with Lucasfilm's THX support.
As the soul and leader of the Korean giant's mobile phone lineup in 2008, the Soul handset has several refinements and highlights like the Magic Touch UI among others to make it a clear successor over Samsung's 2007 models. Join us as we take it for a quick spin up-close and personal!
NVIDIA officially lifts the veil on the GeForce 8200 mGPU chipset, which boasts the first retail integrated graphics solution capable of 100% HD decoding of MPEG-2, VC-1 and H.264. Finally, a proper low cost chip to build a HD HTPC around, but is it still too soon? Read our preview to find out.