Held at St. James Power Station on the 16th of September, Microsoft celebrated 25 successful years in the hardware peripherals business by launching a wide range of products, such as the Explorer mouse featuring BlueTrack technology, the fashionable Arc mouse and the SideWinder X6 gaming keyboard.
If you're wondering what to do with all the spare cash lying around, here's a suggestion:- juice up your notebook for even more performance with a solid state drive (SSD), the latest 80GB version from Intel, the X25-M. Are your wallets ready?
Keen on getting a new PC for your home but torn between a notebook and a desktop? Why not check out our review of the HP Pavilion dv7, the new desktop replacement that packs both beauty and brawn?
Hear our first impressions of this newly crowned winner of music phones during the recent EISA awards, the Sony Ericsson W980i Walkman Phone.
The folks at Research In Motion have upped the ante in the mobile phone competition with the introduction of their sleekest BlackBerry device to date, the Bold. Sparing you with all the cliche statements about the Bold's moniker, we'll get down to business with the full review of the newest BlackBerry device in town.
Having lost Apple's invitation in our emails for the "Let's Rock" Event in San Francisco, we had our own 'rocking' event down in Singapore when we attended the unveiling of Apple's latest products.
Samsung fans, watch out! The Samsung G400 is a clamshell model that exudes style and elegance. Could Samsung have another hit coming real soon? Check out our exclusive preview here!
Intel's next generation X58 chipset is about to hit the stores but before we get down to testing it, here's an early look at ASUS' X58 board, the P6T Deluxe.
Looking for a pair of quality speakers for your cluttered work desk? Then maybe the tiny Bose Computer MusicMonitor is the one you need. We check to see if it is worth its hefty price tag.
Extending its winning formula to the mainstream, ATI's Radeon HD 4670 is ready to wow the masses with its price and performance. We took a mildly overclocked version from PowerColor to test and here's what we found.