The ASUS WL-700gE isn't just another wireless router to base your home network on. It is a multifunctional device with media, storage and file sharing capabilities. With the WL-700gE, you don't need a separate NAS or media server and BitTorrent junkies can finally let their PCs rest. Sounds interesting? It is!
Embarking on a killer gaming rig? You'll need a powerful PSU to withstand the rigors of multi core, multi GPU systems and the latest 850W monster from Cooler Master is designed to appeal to the gamer's heart. Check out what we found.
Gigabyte's 3D Aurora gets a minor facelift and some tweaks with the new 3D Aurora 570. Read on to find out how extensive and useful are the changes and whether Gigabyte can maintain the excellent momentum built up by its original blockbuster full tower.
The Samsung BD-P1000 Blu-ray Disc Player heralds the era of High Definition home entertainment with distinguished design elements and great video quality.
The New Sony HDR-SR1 offers up to 11 hours worth of videos in high quality 1080i HD resolution. Could this be the ultimate camcorder to own this holiday? Lets find out.
2006 has been an exhilarating year, probably even the busiest in recent times for hardware developments in the C.E and computing space. To sum up this eventful year, we've selected 100 of the finest products that best capture technology advances and record setters of the year.
The new Epson EMP-TWD3 gives users the convenience of projection and DVD playback in one device for quick cinematic visuals almost anywhere.
The ASUS Striker Extreme scores perfect marks in all categories as one of the most complete and robust boards we've come to test, leaving almost nothing to be desired. However, its price is beyond what some might consider reasonable. Well, at least you get to dream about it. Read on.
Already shaping up to be a yearly feature from Sony, the recently concluded Sony Christmas Fest 2006 was held at Suntec Convention Centre Room 201-210 from 15th - 17th December. Almost everything was going at an attractive rate.
Alongside its Customer Service Centre and Canon Digital Hub at Keppel Bay Tower, Canon's LiNK store, a massive 3,500 square feet outlet, has just opened its doors at VivoCity, effectively turning the Harbourfront area into a Canon Hub.