Razer is well known for its gaming mice but just how well does its new gaming soundcard fare against the might of Creative's X-Fi?
In our Part 5 coverage of CeBIT 2007, we look at booths from Altec Lansing, AMD, Chenbro, Corsair and ProDisc. Highlights include Altec Lansing's new home entertainment products, AMD's various showcases including DTX, more DTX sightings at Chenbro, Corsair's new flash and memory products and some next-gen optical media at Prodisc.
Those of you who want to have a different kind of mouse will surely love the unique proposition offered by Genius' Navigator 380: a mouse that also functions as a VoIP phone.
Here's Part 4 of our CeBIT 2007 tour where we take a look at upcoming stuff from Arctic Cooling, ASRock, Sparkle, Foxconn's new casings and more new motherboards. Gigabyte's notebooks have been refreshed as well as their chic new UMPC. Also included is MSI's wide array of notebooks, including the new 'Crystal' Collection.
The CoolerMaster X Craft 250 with its decent backup software is a solid extension to the X Craft line of HDD enclosures.
If you believe the SF movies, the future of human computer interfaces is all about 3D holodecks and virtual reality. We aren't there yet, but if the new HP TouchSmart IQ770 PC is any indication, some of us are taking small baby steps towards a world where the mouse and keyboard become obsolete.
In part 3 of our continuing coverage of CeBIT 2007, we bring you new goodies from Cooler Master, ELSA, Gigabyte's new motherboards & graphics cards and MSI's motherboards for AMD processors. We also caught an interesting demo of MSI "cooking" one of their AMD platforms at high temperature! Read on.
Part two of our CeBIT coverage gives you a glimpse into new and exciting components from reputable manufacturers such as abit, Gainward, Geil, GeCube, Palit, Patriot Memory, XFX and MSI's upcoming motherboards. You certainly do not want to miss this part if you intend to upgrade soon.
It's that time of the year where we teleport you (sort of) to the land of precision engineering to bring you new and groundbreaking products that will change the way we live in months to come. Are you ready to look into the future?
With the launch of the new E65, Nokia has finally recognized that business handsets need not always be conservatively designed - about time too for the world's number one mobile phone company.