We've detailed and dissected the performance of the new Core i7 architecture with the top-end processor and today we extend that coverage with a little overclocking update as well as newer findings with a more powerful graphics subsystem. Will the Core i7 shine in these areas? That's what we intend to find out.
Going one size bigger than your normal 17-inch desktop replacements is the Sony VAIO AR-17GU, an 18.4-inch notebook that comes all ready to entertain your socks off with its Full HD (1920 x 1080) screen.
With so many 8-megapixel camera phones hitting our shores, will the LG KC910 Renoir make a splash? Here's our verdict on the Korean chaebol's latest offering.
Banish your notions about projectors being big and clunky, as we present a pocket-sized projector from the 3M lineup, the 3M Micro Professional Projector MPro 110.
Intel finally took the wraps off its latest processor, the Core i7. Based on the long-awaited Nehalem architecture that radically changes the Intel platform from the ground up, the Core i7 sweeps into town bringing along a new chipset and the return of an old Pentium 4 feature. Does it make the grade?
You first saw it in Apple's new MacBooks. Yes, we're referring to NVIDIA's latest IGP chipset, the GeForce 9300 mGPU. Read on to find out why Apple went with NVIDIA instead of Intel as we pit the Intel G45 Express chipset against the GeForce 9300 mGPU in this IGP showdown.
We check out HP's launch of their aircraft engineering inspired EliteBooks Notebook PCs and their newest and zippiest Color LaserJet printers over at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Apparently, there was a bit of a mix-up involving the new Radeon HD 4830 - some cards were shipped with 560 stream processors instead of 640. Fortunately, or not, we happened to have one of the affected cards with only 560 stream processors and decided to investigate further.
Palm makes a comeback with its next Treo lineup, the Palm Treo Pro running on Windows Mobile 6.1.
After months of development and testing, Sony Ericsson has finally unveiled their first Windows Mobile device, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1. Does it have the X-factor? With all the talk about its intuitive X-Panel, we did our fair share of testing and present the verdict.