Designed to make navigating Windows 7 a breeze, the Microsoft Touch Mouse reminds us of Apple's Mighty Mouse at first sight. Looks aside, will the Touch Mouse fulfill our expectations of it? Read on to find out.
Don't mistaken the SLT-A65 as a dumbed down version of the A77, for it still sports a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, an OLED viewfinder, full HD progressive movie recording, and a burst speed of up to 10fps. Here's our verdict on this S$1,400 camera.
With a resolution of 1366 x 768 and a screen size of 18.5 inches (diagonal), the HL195 LED-backlit LCD monitor from Hanns.G weighs just 2.5kg. Will its compact and featherweight form compromise its quality? We find out.
The iA100 is iHome's flagship bedside speaker dock, and is compatible not only with the iPod and iPhone, but the iPad too. It supports Bluetooth (A2DP) and can double up as an FM clock-radio. But does it perform? Let's find out.
The increase of users migrating to fiber broadband networks in Singapore lately spawned an increase of 802.11n routers churned out. The Edimax BR-6475nD is one such router. Will it deliver? Here's our lab assessment.
At first impression, the W570 is a very small and light compact camera which sports a metallic front fascia and a plastic back with a chrome lining. With so many compacts in the market these days, how will this one stand out? We dig in.
At 2.5kg, the portable NEC V300XG is a single-chip DLP projector with a brightness rating of 3,000 lumens. The lamp lasts 3,000 hours, which goes up to 5,000 hours under Eco mode. Let's see how it fared in other areas.
These days most NAS are powered by Intel Atom processors, and the only way to identify each NAS box is through its aesthetics or software within it. We find out if the StorCenter px4-300d can differentiate itself from its peers.
Extenders serve the basic function of lengthening your Wi-Fi's coverage, so you get a broader area of connectivity. Is the Engenius ERB9250 capable of combating dead spots? We check it out.
Other than looking a lot like the TS-419P+, the QNAP TS-419P II and its predecessor also have a lot in common in the hardware department. A major difference is that the latter sports a speedier Marvell 2.0GHz processor. Let's find out if this 4-bay NAS delivers.