The Samsung Series 9 is a deadly assault weapon. It assaults our senses, our good sense, and most of all, it assaults the MacBook Air's stranglehold on the ultra-portable segment. Find out how this lightweight and sturdy notebook fared in our scrutiny.
Featuring dual LCD screens and Samsung's Smart Touch 3.0 interface, the ST700 is capable of taking 16-megapixel shots. But is it capable of impressing us? Find out in our review of this compact camera and if it's worth its asking price.
We reviewed the Samsung flagship 55-inch D8000 back in May, one that's equipped with a Clear Motion Rate of 800Hz. Now it's time to see if its smaller 46-inch D7000 brother can match its 3D and HD expertise with a lesser 600Hz frame rate.
First seen at MWC 2011, the Samsung Galaxy S II sets itself apart from the rest with impressive specs like a 4.27-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and so forth. Will it be able to dethrone its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S? The answer lies within this review.
The Samsung Galaxy Pro is one of the few Android messenger phones in the market. It comes with Android version 2.2 and a full QWERTY keyboard. Check out our first impressions.
The Samsung Galaxy S II and HTC Sensation just arrived in our labs, and we give you a sneak peek at these two new Android 2.3 smartphones powered by the latest dual-core processor in this pictorial comparison.
The 1080i-shooting HMX-Q10 from Samsung is targeted at everyone, even those who are primarily left-handed. Other goodies include a 10x optical zoom and touchscreen controls. As usual, we put it through the paces to give you the details.
We dropped by Samsung's flagship store for a sneak preview of the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1. Hit the jump for more details.
Jam packed with a long list of features such as Samsung's Smart Hub, 3D capabilities and micro dimming, the new high-end D8000 series promises to deliver the best possible performance. We test out the myriad of functions the TV puts at our disposal too see how much value they add to the overall experience.
No surprises here - Samsung was bound to launch the Nexus S made for Google and the Android 2.3 OS. We share our earlier findings from the Google Nexus S plus our thoughts on the new S-LCD screen in this updated review with the Samsung Nexus S.