It's only natural for a chassis manufacturer like Lian Li to branch into related products like power supply units. The question is, are they any good? We take a look at Lian Li's 600W offering.
The Crossroads Sport Earphones Mylarone will make you regret ever buying earphones off the racks of electrical supermarts.
Gainward marks its comeback to the Asian market with its first ever ATI product. And what could be more appropriate than to launch a Golden Sample of ATI's hottest property now, the Radeon X1950 PRO. Find out if Gainward manages to get the full potential out of this overclocked 512MB version.
Graphics cards supporting HDCP are no longer a novelty as vendors up the stakes by introducing HDMI outputs to appeal next generation HTPC users. MSI's new GeForce 7600 GS card is the latest to receive some HDMI goodness.
While many may say that the 400D is Canon's response to Nikon's and Sony's 10MP offerings, the fact that it outgunned the mid-range 30D (8.0-megapixel) using a new never-seen-before 10-megapixel sensor shows that the 400D is more a natural progression than a knee-jerk reaction.
When it comes to aluminum casings, the Lian Li brand should be familiar with most people. The latest full tower from the Taiwanese company, the PC-A10 has just arrived and of course we just had to check out this new aluminum behemoth. Hard-core users, don't miss this article!
Macworld 2007 has just come to a close and wrapping up our Macworld coverage is a spread of interesting products and sights that caught our attention at the exhibition floor. The iPod as usual was showered with most love from the industry, but there's more than just its accessories; Read on!
The new Dopod C800 is the slimmest smartphone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard you can find in the market today. Read on to find out how different it is from its bigger brother, the 838Pro.
The S705 WALKMAN player is definitely one of the prettiest music player to hit the shelves in recent time. Blessed with superlative noise canceling, it is all but ready to take your listening pleasure to the next level.
Security in the Windows operating system has never been a proud highlight of the past, but Microsoft is all out to change that perception with Windows Vista that's just around the corner. We took Vista for a spin to find out just how secure it claims to be and if consumers can finally put their mind at ease with the new OS.