Tuesday, 4 Sep 2012
With the certification, ASUS USB 3.0 certified motherboards provide users assured compatibility and stability, in addition to SuperSpeed USB, which brings significant performance enhancements to the ubiquitous USB standard and remains compatible with the billions of USB enabled devices currently deployed in the market.
Parrot has announced its newly enhanced virtual reality gaming experience with the AR.Drone 2.0, which boasts many upgrades and refinements.
Pioneer has unveiled its most affordable controller to date, the DDJ-WeGO, an ultra compact system which enables consumers and music enthusiasts to mix their own music creatively.
Acer has unveiled their initial Windows 8 strategy: equipping the very capable Acer Aspire M3, and the Acer Aspire V5 with touchscreens. Acer is no stranger to unconventional form factors, so this may mean that the Taiwanese manufacturer has something else up their sleeves in the coming months.
It's been less than a week since the Galaxy Note II was revealed at IFA and Samsung has already have a horde of compatible accessories to show for.
evleaks' Twitter account has unveiled photos of what seems like a wireless charger compatible with both upcoming WP8-readt devices, Lumia 820 and Lumia 920.
Toshiba will not be building the first wave of Windows RT devices, but that's only because it's focusing on Windows 8 machines, like the recently revealed Toshiba Satellite U925t sliding Ultrabook.
Microsoft will allow downgrades from Windows 8 Pro to Windows 7 or Vista if customers of the its latest operating system are not satisfied with it. This is according to the operating system's licensing agreement; read on to find out more about its terms and conditions.
Both the DCR-SX22 and the DCR-PJ6 offers a host of features, including a Sony 60x optical zoom lens and a new 70x extended zoom function, with the PJ6 additionally packing a built-in projector that makes viewing and sharing convenient in any environment.
Frustrated by the lack of innovation in the PC hardware, Valve is taking matters into its own hands and is jumping into the computer hardware space.