Users who would like to lull themselves to sleep or wake up to their favorite tunes will surely appreciate the iHome iH5 - an alarm clock, radio and an iPod speaker system in one device.
Foxconn's upgraded Intel 975X Express motherboard now features Core 2 and DDR2-800 support. The 975X7AB-8EKRS2H has all the good things going for it as far as an enthusiast should be concerned about: price, performance and features, though setting up can be a tricky affair.
MSI introduces the P310: their small "Mega Player" that enables users to not only listen to their favorite audio tracks, but also watch movies and view photos with it.
The fastest GeForce 7900 GS ever made finally reached our labs and it's none other than the ASUS EN7900GS TOP. Standing apart from the competition with its dangerously high clocks, it promises a whole level of performance for a GeForce 7900 GS. Read on to find out how it performed.
The Samsung YP-K5 digital audio player is more then just a personal entertainment device. Slim and sexy, its high-powered slide out speakers pretty much transforms it into a mini boom box.
The Cowon iAUDIO X5 is great for any audio junkie as it incorporates BBE Sound technology for great playback and is as feature filled as you'd get for a PMP of this size.
Enthusiasts now have one more choice when it comes to graphics cards, as EVGA, a leading brand from the US makes its debut on our shores. We present to you the EVGA GeForce 7900 GS KO, an overclocked version that aims to knock out the competition.
A much-debated topic in the photography community revolves around the two new entry-level DSLR cameras from Sony and Nikon. Just which of these 10.2-megapixel DSLR cameras is the better challenger? That's the focus of this article so read on for our take and be your own judge too with our test shots gallery.
Behold the Cooler Master Hyper TX! With a shroud that cleverly helps cool motherboardMOSFETs, could the Cooler Master Hyper TX be the perfect cooler to match your passively cooled motherboard?
The new Samsung SGH-i320N is designed to cater for those who think text input through a QWERTY keyboard is faster and better than hand writing or the conventional keypad.