The new Samsung YP-K3 is not only a good DAP, it also has other functions like a built-in FM tuner to give users the total audio package.
What comes after our preview? The full coverage of course! Sprawled over three levels of the Suntec Exhibition Center, IT Show 2007 has plenty in store for everyone. As promised, we scoured the entire show floor to bring you this extensive coverage of great deals that caught our attention. Check them out now!
Jetdrive aluminum HDD enclosures are some of the sexiest enclosures out there and will certainly appeal to Apple fans.
Shedding the typical low profile and ambidextrous compatibility for a more comfortable grip, the DeathAdder is the latest gaming mouse from Razer.
It just keeps getting bigger and bigger, which is definitely good news for discerning shoppers like yourself. With 780 brands on site vying for your attention, IT SHOW 2007 is the place to be for upgrades and new purchases. Here's a sneak peek from us to help make your shopping a smoother one.
Are overclocked GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB graphics cards the rage now among vendors and consumers? We have already seen such a card from Foxconn and now MSI is the next to show us its overclocked GeForce 8800 GTS, but the MSI NX8800GTS-T2D320E-HD-OC has a little surprise in store as well.
In conjunction to the new announcement made a few hours back, www.hardwarezone.com was invited to the official launch of Sony's two new WALKMAN series: the NW-A800s and NW-E010s. Come right in for a virtual walkthrough of the launch.
Besides the usual business and office oriented applications, the XDA Atom Life is also designed with strong multimedia support in mind. A fast processor with 1GB of flash memory should provide a strong hint to what it can do.
The new Core 2 Duo based Dell Inspiron 6400 is a faithful workhorse that balances performance and battery life. Its other features though, are more down to earth and even a little uninspiring, including a chassis design that has been around for an eternity. What can the new Dell do for you? Read on.
The P535 is made for a niche group of users who require GPS capabilities, PDA and a phone all rolled into one unit. Read on to find out if it is as good as its sibling, the P525.