We check out Creative's Vado Pocket Video Cam to see if a compact, quality pocket video camcorder is possible, or just a video blogger's pipe dream.
The last of the big three motherboard vendors, MSI is ready to unleash its DrMOS powered Intel P45 motherboards. We check out the DDR3 compatible P45D3 Platinum and see how it stands against its ASUS and Gigabyte competitors.
If music on-the-go is your daily fix, then have a look at the latest music phone from Nokia's lineup, the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic.
Will there be more Nokia devices coming our way? Judging from our timeline, we think the answer will be a resounding yes, and Nokia has opened yet another floodgate with the introduction of its dedicated navigation mobile phone, the Nokia 6210 Navigator.
Reporting live from Hong Kong, PHOTOVIDEOi Staff Writer Adrian Chan gives a deeper insight into Panasonic's latest lineup, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3. Learn all about it from his on-site testing from the past two days over at Hong Kong!
Intel has been planning on penetrating the MID and handheld markets with the Atom processor, but the CPU is just one part of the equation in the platform. Though today's announcement of Intel's first SoC product is targeted at the embedded applications space, it is a sign of more to come. More details inside.
Sarotech's latest entrant for the Wizplat series of casings features a very familiar bookish design but it manages to stands out on its own.
Launched a couple of days ago and showcased at an official media event in Hong Kong just hours ago, Panasonic displayed the abilities of their four new cameras - FX38, FX180, FZ28 and the LX3. But that's not all as they've got some really interesting new camcorders using a new 3MOS technology. Check them out now!
For all you new cameraphone seekers, look no further as we pit the finest on the Symbian S60 platform against each other: the all new Samsung SGH-G810 versus the familiar Nokia N95 8GB.
How would you like a phone that promises to be sleek while having a good camera at the same time? Join us as we review another Cyber-shot phone, the Sony Ericsson C902.