XFX is back with another Fatal1ty endorsed graphics card. This time, the object of gaming desire is a more appropriately high-end GeForce 8800 GTS but as usual, XFX has gone for the ultra overclocking approach. The result? XFX has created the absolute fastest GeForce 8800 GTS card that even approaches the GTX!
Three years after the launch of the original Razer Diamondback, Razer has finally given the Diamondback a well-deserved overhaul by giving it a 3G infrared sensor and naming it as the Razer Diamondback 3G.
The Packard Bell EasyNote MX36-026 has all the necessary qualities to capture your attention, boasting computing performance, attractive retail price and entertainment qualities.
The HTC 3600i Trinity Plus, designated as the direct successor to the Dopod D810 Trinity, promises both functionality and usability for discerning users.
Credit card footprint with impressive audio and visual quality means the Creative Zen is a worthwhile portable multimedia player to consider buying.
After much hyping for their hybrid water-cooled FlexXLC memory, OCZ's next success story comes in the form of another exotic-cooled memory. The OCZ Reaper HPC is a self contained heat-dissipating juggernaut that pushes the barrier of DDR2 performance without breaking a sweat. Read the full review here.
ASUS hopes to bring HD content to the masses by offering a cheaper drive that only has read capabilities for Blu-ray media. It can still write to DVD media however but will it catch on with the public? Read on for our take.
Gigabyte enters the UMPC market with the introduction of its latest addition, the Gigabyte U60 UMPC that's an affordable alternative for folks who want to take their Internet lifestyle around with them wirelessly.
Remember the Turbo button that you hit to instantly boost your computer? That died out many years back but it's not stopping MSI from reviving the halcyon days of Turbo mode with its latest graphics card, the MSI NX8600GT Twin Turbo.
Supporting up to two 120mm fans, Cooler Master's new Hyper 212 CPU cooler promises to keep your processors from breaking into a sweat.