Retaining much of the good vibes from our last review of the Cooler Master Cosmos Storm casing, we take a look at their latest offering, the very promising Cooler Master HAF (High Air Flow) 932 to see how breezy this casing can be.
Samsung has set into motion another megapixel race race with the introduction of its first 8-megapixel camera phone, the Samsung INNOV8. For all you shutterbugs, welcome as we present to thee the INNOV8 and its imaging capability in this image loaded review.
With Blu-ray adopted as the format for next-generation HD videos, we take a look at Panasonic's DMP-B30 to see if it's any good.
Factory-overclocking and customized coolers are two popular ways for graphics cards to differentiate themselves from the competition. Short of featuring a rainbow-colored PCB, Zotac has taken another route with their GeForce 9600 GT DP offering. Check out our review to find out what the Hong Kong-based vendor has up its sleeves.
If you're looking to have a meowing good time, then look no further as we take a look at this AMD Puma based notebook from Acer and find out if this kitty can purr as well as scratch.
While 2001 didn't bring a renewed look of www.HardwareZone.com that we pulled off during Y2K, it was still a significant year for both the publication and the company as we scaled new heights with the inaugural Hardware Zone Awards, the birth of HWM, the cool Bubble Zone and much more! Read on for the details.
For the alert few who have sneaked a peek of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic in The Dark Knight and seen the leaked images all over the web, wait no more, as we give you the official preview (both images and video) of the Symbian S60 5th Edition touchscreen device from Nokia, right here at www.hardwarezone.com!
MSI is the next manufacturer to show us a tantalizing glimpse of the Intel X58 chipset with its upcoming Eclipse motherboard. Featuring MSI's DrDOS technology and a new dark blue color scheme, it's a departure from MSI's usual colors. Here's a pictorial feast for your eyes.
HIS is renowned for its IceQ cooling system, which is in its fourth generation. We check out the HIS Radeon HD 4850 IceQ 4 Turbo X to see if the IceQ 4 cooling system can live up to its predecessors. Along the way, we also find out if this is the best Radeon HD 4850 money can buy now.
In its own right, the i-mate series of Windows Mobile devices has a few tricks up its sleeve, so here's our take on the i-mate Ultimate 6150.