HardwareZone was at ISSE 2015 last week, and there were many cool gear that caught our attention. Here are a few more mainstream ones that you can probably afford if you save hard enough.
To allow exhibitors and visitors to engage and experience the benefits of technology and the latest products, this year's Sitex will have four thematic zones: Smart Home / Smart Living, Adventure IT Arena, Gaming Ground, and SpotLight @ Sitex.
Going on a holiday, and looking for new gadgets to bring along? At this time of the year, your best bet is Sitex 2015, which will run from the 26th to 29th of November at the Singapore Expo. Stay tuned to this spot as we update our list of bargains as they become known. Here's what we've amassed so far.
The ASUS ZenWatch was one of our favorite Android Wear smartwatches thanks to its stylish design and affordable price. This year, the ZenWatch 2 is back with an improved design, more features and an even lower price. If you're looking for a no-risk entry into the world of smartwatches, this is it.
Creative has updated the Roar once again with two professional models – the Sound Blaster Roar Pro and the Creative iRoar. Intrigued? Pictures and first impressions right after the jump.
Xiaomi declares that the Redmi Note 2 is a smartphone that gives us a "flagship-like" experience. We see how much of that experience rings true in our review.
Based on quantum dot technology and running Tizen OS, Samsung's "SUHD" 4K TVs are the company's highest-end 4K TVs. Does the semiconductor material really make a difference? Here's our review of the flagship JS9500 and JS9000.
After nailing down the form factor and the key feature set, Microsoft's main focus with the Surface Pro 4 is simply to make a better Surface Pro 3. And it has succeeded. Let's take a closer look.
Don't be mistaken, Star Wars Battlefront isn't just a game that's hoping to capitalize on Star Wars fever. If you are a fan of Star Wars, here are three reasons why Star Wars Battlefront shouldn't be missed.
We've finally test out the retail version of Aftershock's latest S-15 gaming notebook, equipped with Intel's new Skylake processor. While we've put the engineering sample through its paces previously, how does the final version hold up?