If DIY PCs sound like too much fuss, there's always pre-built desktops that offer their share of bleeding edge performance. The ASUS ROG GT51 is one such desktop, featuring not one, but two, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Xs.
The iPhone SE is the best 4-inch phone ever made. It has all the power and performance (as well as the rear camera) of the iPhone 6s, in a compact, one-hand-friendly form factor. But is there a place for it in 2016?
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti is, by far, the best single GPU graphics card for PC gaming at the highest settings possible. However, all good things must come to an end as the graphics chip will see its last days soon. Before its final curtain call, we put two extreme GTX 980 Ti cards from ASUS and MSI to their final test.
So what happens when one of the world's most recognizable gaming brands decides to make an ultrabook? You get the Razer Blade Stealth, a sleek and attractive machine that starts at a price of just S$1,499. But how does it compare against notebooks like the Dell XPS 13 and MacBook Air? We find out.
Led by the super-slim and curved KS9000, Samsung's 2016 'SUHD' 4K TVs sport an improved quantum dot display and a high brightness of 1,000 nits for effective HDR rendering. More details after the jump.
The prosumer APS-C segment was overdue for a refresh, and both Canon and Sony have just put forth their latest flagship offerings - EOS 80D and the A6300. We managed to get hold of review units for both, and quickly put them through their paces. Who shows more promise? Find out in this shootout!
Xiaomi's new Redmi Note 3 shares many of the specs and features of premium flagship smartphones: 5.5-inch Full HD display, lightning fast fingerprint scanner, full-metal build, 3GB RAM, and a huge 4,000mAh battery. All this for just S$299? Sounds too good to be true? We find out if it is.
The LG G5 sounds like a reinvention of the smartphone with its mix of novel features, like an Always-on Display and a modular design with swappable attachments. But is it truly something different or just a gimmick? We find out.
Tempted by the power, performance and features of Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but turned off by its huge size? Now you can get all of those pro-level features in a standard 9.7-inch form factor. Say hello to the iPad Pro 9.7. And you know what? It's even better than its big brother. Here's our full review.