Part 3 of our CES show floor coverage continues with LG.Philips LCD showroom, as well as Booth coverage of D-Link, Genius, Mio, Kingmax, Seagate, SilverStone, Team, Thermaltake and Zalman.
The new Samsung F200 is a mobile phone hidden within a small candy bar form factor that's more appropriate for a MP3 player.
In the second part of our CES show floor coverage, we cover exciting new entertainment gadgets, peripherals and other products from A-DATA, Audio Technica, Creative, Dell, Edifier, Garmin, Logitech, Philips and SanDisk.
Packed with some of the coolest gadgets and products, the Hardware Zone team braved through the sea of people to bring you our in-depth CES show floor coverage. In this first edition, we cover booths from Philips, Belkin, Cooler Master, Lenovo, Microsoft, Netgear and Sennheiser.
Slim and sleek, the new Nokia E51 packs all the features you expect from a smart phone into its compact body.
ATI's partners are walking a tightrope producing Radeon HD 3800 series cards that can hold their own against the numerous GeForce 8800 GT cards while maintaining its competitive price. GeCube does it by equipping a custom cooler and a tweaked BIOS to their new overclocked Radeon HD 3870 512MB beast.
MSI's X38 Diamond succeeds its older P35 Diamond flagship motherboard with better overclocking and power efficiency, a more comprehensive storage solution and support for quad-GPU solutions. Other highlights such as Creative X-Fi audio and SkyTel VoIP are still there too. Check out the full review here.
Sony showcased its latest range of LCD TVs, Handycam camcorders, a new Alpha DSLR camera and a bevy of other innovative products ranging from a rollicking robotic music player, a prototype 27-inch OLED screen and many more. So read on to get your fix of CES updates from the show floor at Las Vegas.
Sarotech makes your data encryption personal with the Sarotech Cutie Bio, a 2.5-inch portable HDD enclosure that sports a biometric lock to secure your data.
Motorola announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Soundbuzz just days into 2008. At the event, the Motorola ROKR E8 was simultaneously launched as well and the Hardware Zone team was at the scene to check out what's coming your way. So read on!