ASUS ZenFone Zoom (ZX551ML 128GB) review

ASUS ZenFone Zoom review: The first smartphone with a real zoom lens

The ASUS ZenFone Zoom is the first smartphone with a true 3x optical zoom lens on the back. That means you can actually zoom in on your subject without losing a ton of detail in the process. All this in a smartphone not much thicker than the popular ZenFone 2. Is this the camera phone you've been waiting for?
Intel Compute Stick review

Intel Compute Stick: Jack of all trades but master of none

The Intel Compute Stick is a versatile pocket PC, but this versatility does come at a price. The Compute Stick does many things, but none of them quite well enough.
A feature on Toshiba NB550D (AMD Brazos)

Intel Atom vs AMD Brazos - Lord of the Netbooks

Netbooks equipped with Intel Atom processors have long been the market staple, but netbooks equipped with the AMD Brazos platform are here to win you over with their powerful yet power efficient performance. We test a pair of Toshiba's newest netbooks outfitted with the latest dual-core variant on each platform.
Sony VAIO P (VPCP115KG, Intel Atom Z540) review

First Looks: Sony VAIO P (VPCP115KG)

The Sony VAIO P makes a return to our pockets as we examine if Sony has made any improvements to the "not-a-netbook" notebook apart from its bright orange color.
LG X300 review

First Looks - LG X300 Netbook

Your guess is as good as mine if computing tablets would see out netbooks this year. Anyhow, we took the very thin and very premium LG X300 out for a spin to see how it fares before they turn into an artifact forever lost in the sands of time.
MSI Wind U160 review

First Looks: MSI Wind U160

MSI's Wind netbooks have been one of the better deals last year, and they have released a new model in the form of the MSI Wind U160. Will this new netbook live up to expectations? Let's find out!
Samsung N220 review

First Looks: Samsung N220

Hot on the trail of the ASUS Eee PC 1005PE is another Pine Trail contender, the Samsung N220 netbook. Let's dig in and see if it really works as good as it looks.
Enough with the App Stores Already

Enough with the App Stores Already

Intel is the latest to plunge into the 'App Store' model with a beta version for netbook apps. Is the App Store model the best distribution method?