We're back with more articles to give you further insight how our HardwareZone portal once looked like in its infancy, the key technologies introduced then and interesting tidbits like hardware pricing 10 years ago should rekindle fond memories for some. So let's start the ball rolling for the 1998 - 1999 era.
That's right folks, www.hardwarezone.com officially turns 10! Needless to say, the tech world and HardwareZone have improved heaps over this last decade and to cover it all, the editorial team has been busy reflecting back on past events and recollecting them here in this special 10th anniversary article series.
Fancy a dainty yet feature-packed portable media player? There's the Samsung YP-S3 to consider, and here's an overview of this latest device from Samsung's lineup.
When we reviewed the HD 4870 512MB GDDR5 earlier, we spoke of the R700 card that has yet to arrive. Well, we are pleased to say that it is finally in our labs. Consisting of two RV770 GPUs on a single PCB, we see if it has what it takes to oust NVIDIA's fearsome GTX 280 as the fastest single graphics card.
Want a sleek and sexy phone, with loads of features, but don't have deep enough pockets? Then the new LG KF750 Secret is something you should check out.
The battle for your netbook dollar has just gotten one notch higher with the introduction of the Gigabyte M912, a Vista-based touchscreen machine that's all ready for touching.
Light and small as a pebble, which also happened to be its nickname, the Samsung YP-S2 proved to be a portable and auditory pleasure for us.
As we await the almighty iPhone to make its presence felt in our region, we can rely on another of Apple's invention in the form of the App Store which features a whole load of applications available for downloading. We give you a brief overview and share a few cool apps we've tried.
If you are looking to get ahead of your opponents, Razer's latest Goliathus gaming mouse mats might just give you that edge.
A full 10 years after Intel's last stab at a discrete graphics solution, they are back again and this time with the Larrabee project. Comprising of an array of x86 processing cores with added vector handling functions and a modified instruction set to tackle it, this isn't the usual approach. Find out what this all means for you.