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Need a simple and affordable USB phone that can give you clearer Skype or VoIP calls? The corega USB Phone may be the one for you.
The Hermes, also known as the TyTN, is the latest offering from HTC. Equipped with Wi-Fi, HSDPA, 3G capability and solid core improvements, the Hermes looks set to be a hit.
Packed with tons of programs and functions, the Sony Ericsson M600i is sure to address the needs of those who want everything "to go", all except for digital imaging.
As the race for HD compatibility continues, Hitachi releases its 42PD8900TA, a 42-inch plasma TV promising to display up to 1080i HD signals.
Sony's VAIO brand of notebooks is among the most glamorous and expensive around and its latest thin and light specimen, the VGN-TX37GP looks to have the right pedigree. All dressed up, this pretty portable unit can last you 7 hours straight or more! If you are a frequent traveler, you'll love this notebook.
The 19-inch market is very much alive as Philips demonstrates with the introduction of the 190P7 - a monitor catering to users who want more value for their money.
The first in Cooler Master's new series of chassis, the Mystique 631 may look a trifle familiar to those who have shopped for a Cooler Master casing in the past. All the usual tool-free features are there, along with some extras aimed at the enthusiast. Here's what we felt about this latest addition.
You know its performance and you know its technologies. In this article, we explore the possibilities of a 1333MHz PSB on the Core 2 Extreme X6800 as well as some good old fashioned overclocking - complete with benchmarks of course.
The arrival of entry-level D80 seems to have come faster than expected. Will the D80, integrated with some of Nikon's best technologies similar to the Nikon D200, be the ultimate camera for the beginners? Find out more in our in-depth review here.
The many incarnations of NVIDIA's new GeForce 7300 GT chipset have surprised us with its performance and value. At its best, this newcomer can joust with midrange cards like the Radeon X1600 XT and GeForce 7600 GS. Inno3D's version is one of these with better specs than expected, so read on to see what we uncovered.