As promised, here's our first ZoneOut video for 2009 featuring two notebooks with uber long battery lives - the Dell Latitude E6400 and the HP EliteBook 6930p. Did they meet the hype? Find out in our torture test!
For years, the motherboard has been the foundation for any PC and even as we march into the 21st century, it is still the case. Here, we look back at the past 10 years in the evolution of the motherboard from 1998 to 2008.
Apple's Macbook line has always stood out for its flashy yet subtle looks but the latest aluminum version probably takes the cake as the best looking yet. We give the base model a good workout, so step right in to for our take of the latest Macbook; but don't blame us if you end up buying one!
Nokia is definitely flooding the markets with a torrent of N-series devices, and with that, we have one more for the road, the Nokia N85.
Over the years, we have seen the central processing unit or CPU of the computer shrink from the size of a house to that of a stamp while its raw processing power has increased exponentially. We take a look at how far CPUs have progressed in the last 10 years and the major highlights from 1998 to 2008.
Lenovo's famous for its ThinkPad line, but its consumer range IdeaPad line also stocks some surprises up its sleeves in the form of the foxy IdeaPad U110.
With Christmas only a day away, we present you with a HardwareZone Special - a feature article involving the best performing graphics cards money can buy in four price segments. Involving the Radeon HD 4870 X2, Radeon HD 4870, GeForce GTX 280 and the GTX 260+, this is one roundup you cannot afford to miss.
The Motorola dynasty has introduced a model designed for the Chinese market, the MOTOMING A1600 and it's here in our labs.
Diluting the Eee brand name even further is the latest Intel Atom based product from ASUS, the touch friendly ASUS Eee Top ET1602. Oh baby, it's time to get our fingers stroking!
3D mice are becoming increasingly popular amongst designers and the more artistically-inclined, but what about normal users like us? We take the Orbita Mouse for a quick spin.