ASUS updates their enthusiast motherboard line-up for Intel's Core 2 processors and we get to test run the new P5W DH Deluxe. This 975X Express motherboard is a knockout cocktail of media-centric digital home features and performance computing. The grass is greener over here.
The widely anticipated Blu-ray drive makes its debut on a notebook and predictably, the honor goes to the Sony VAIO VGN-AR18GP. Here's what we thought of this high-tech luxury.
Users who want to have music and phone functionality rolled into one will love the Nokia N91 as it provides a pure mobile experience.
Toshiba has been trying to catch up in the wake of its major competitors' successes. Fujitsu's Notebooks screams miniature chic while Lenovo appeal with their rough-and-tumble look. Check out what Toshiba is offering in an effort to find their own corner of the business notebook market.
A hotbed for the latest technological advancements from Korea, SEK2006 also had the government's 'U-Korea Vision' and 'u-IT839 Strategies' as key agendas. Here's your chance to learn more about them and glimpse into the future of what to expect - all from our report straight from Seoul, Korea.
Creative has launched the latest ZEN V PLUS - an extremely small and hardy audio player that features video playback on a rich 1.5-inch OLED screen.
Gigabyte launches their new 6-Quad and S series line of motherboards for the Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme with their flagship GA-965P-DQ6. Based on the Intel P965 chipset, this high-end board packs extreme chipset cooling and a VRM implementation overclockers don't want to miss.
Cooler Master embraces eSATA with their new X Craft external HDD enclosure. As well as being shock absorbing, the X Craft sports a tool-free mounting design, supports USB 2.0 for device sharing and backward compatibility.
With another successful 'hard' launch of the NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GX2, we are seeing quite an ample supply of these powerful cards in the market. US$599 may seem like a lot but hardware enthusiasts are probably still snapping them up. Here's what we thought of Gigabyte's well packaged version.
Pinned your hopes on getting one of those cool decked-out portable gaming machines that first debuted in the US? Start saving, as Dell will soon offer them in Asia as well. To give you a taste of what's to come, we take a look at the Dell XPS M1210 and XPS M2010, upfront and personal.