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Creative has launched their latest iPod nano killer - the ZEN V series. The portable media player is capable of MP3, photo, video playback, and is also scratch-resistant as well. A hardy little gadget indeed.
The annual mobile phone frenzy period in the guise of CommunicAsia 2006 is here again. Major brands have converged under one roof to showcase their new and upcoming handsets. If you thought Motorola's SLVR is the slimmest phone yet, you will be in for a big surprise. So read on!
In our second part of the coverage, Samsung showcased more than 11 phones, some of which broke new world records! Find out more about these attention grabbing phones and some of the models we encountered at the show floor.
Paving the way for their appearance at CommunicAsia2006, Nokia stirred their fans and media with a showcase at Suntec City Convention Hall a day prior. Nokia unveiled a renewed category approach towards its customers themed "It's your world. Express It!".
ATI managed to launch the Radeon X1900 GT right on the dot last month and we've all seen how it posed a decent challenge to the GeForce 7900 GT. For those still on the fence between ATI and NVIDIA, here's another chance to review the evidence.
Sony Ericsson just announced the W850, the first slider phone in Sony EricssonÃ¯Â¿Â½s history, which will be released in third quarter of 2006. In our exclusive first look, we let you in about the new and cool features of the W850 and you don't have to wait a few months later to find out.
Fancy yourself a guru of home videos? Then you'll find the Sony DVDirect VRD-MC1 a godsend for transferring your videos, as we found out in our first look at this external DVD writer.
The successor to ECS' excellent KA1 MVP is here. Sporting ATI's top CrossFire chipset, the KA3 MVP not only arrives for the Socket AM2, but features the new SB600 Southbridge in a killer combo. ECS as usual plays their price card, but the KA3 MVP has its fair share of issues too. Read on.
Jaws are sure to drop as the Fujitsu Lifebook Q2010 presents itself as one of the world's thinnest and lightest notebook.
Officially launched at Computex recently, the Shuttle XPC SN27P2 is one of the first, if not the only SFF for AM2 in the market now. Besides supporting the new platform, the chassis has also undergone a minor facelift and some internal modifications. Read on as we assess if the world's leading SFF manufacturer still has the mojo.