The MG-35 is no shrimp, users can watch their favorite videos with it and use it to access files from any network with its NDAS technology.
Hardware Zone recently attended an event at New Delhi, India organized by HP. Themed as "Takin' Care of Business", HP launched a portfolio of products suited for SMBs as well as services to meet the diverse needs of their customers.
The ASUS R2H is a UMPC (Ultra Mobile Personal Computer) designed for travelers in mind. Built with useful tools, you will want to get this for your next backpacking trip.
Mention Antec and HTPC enclosures and somehow, they don't fit together for Antec's previous efforts have not been that successful. But the vendor is not giving up yet and its latest HTPC offering, the Fusion hopes to kickstart Antec's HTPC aspirations.
Sony Ericsson has finally replaced the P910 with a bolder, better, and bigger smartphone called the P990i - a smartphone with a lot of aces in its hand.
Dopod has unveiled 5 New Wi-Fi enabled Phones - each with their own unique capabilities and strengths such as on the go music/video downloads, portability, connectivity and even GPS Photo Navigation capabilities. www.hardwarezone.com brings you the scoop on the latest Dopod phones.
Dual-core processors are now officially old news. Intel has just launched the quad-core Kentsfield processor into the desktop market and we've got extensive Core 2 Extreme QX6700 performance results right here. You know you want to see what quad-core can do so don't be shy - Read on.
Take your Skype conversations to the next level with the new SMC WSKP100 - a dedicated, Wi-Fi enabled Skype phone that promises to go wherever you go.
The Sony NW-S203F is a sports oriented digital audio player with a built-in pedometer to help you count steps and measure distances.
We have previously seen the excellent overclocked version of the GeForce 7900 GS from Leadtek. Now, Leadtek aims to translate that winning formula to the more powerful GeForce 7950 GT, further enhancing its performance. Would the same approach work twice? Read on to find out.