TDK is well known for its flat panel speakers, but in the Tremor Xa-10's TDK has taken another step. Powered by the USB port, or by AAA batteries, the Xa-10 is a set of compact speakers with a unique design.
An entry level handset designed to do the basics, the Nokia 6300 is a stylish, well designed mobile phone with a 2 megapixel camera, MP3 player and stereo FM radio. The matt stainless steel finish adds a touch of class to a unit that will serve most ...
Filling the role of an HSDPA capable mobile phone, a 5 megapixel digital camera, a GPS, an MP3 player and a video player, the Nokia N95 is without a doubt one of the most feature packed mobile phones we've ever reviewed. But is the eagerly anticipate...
Western Digital's Caviar SE16 range of internal hard drives is built with performance in mind. We received the Caviar SE16 WD5000AAKS and found it to be a great performer that also runs quite cool, and very quietly.
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The ASUS EN8800GTX AQUATANK has been designed to take the danger out of liquid cooling. It's based on a GeForce 8800GTX graphics card and it comes with a Thermaltake Tide Water cooler already attached. It's aimed at enthusiasts and is a limited editi...
It's been a while since we've reviewed a new AMD motherboard. The ASUS M2A-VM HDMI is slightly different from the norm as it's aimed at those of you who want to build a compact media centre PC.
The spacious and bulky Gigabyte [[prodid:3414]] case used in the Pacstar Quad Core 8800 system hints at the tasty gaming power inside and Pacstar's decision to use this case bodes well for future upgrades.
The Fujistu Lifebook E8210S is a sturdy all-purpose notebook with an attractive design, a high quality display and it produces reasonable performance. It sits at the high end of Fujitsu's performance oriented E-series and is light enough to be carrie...
Samsung's HT-XQ100 is a reliable and all-inclusive home theatre package. Including a DVD player/receiver, five speakers and a subwoofer, the package is a great introduction to home theatre for beginners; however, advanced users may want to look elsew...
Despite the clever and thoroughly modern technology lurking inside, Terratec's Noxon Internet radio has been styled with one eye firmly on the past. And it manages to nail the retro look, fusing clean lines with an old-fashioned wireless layout.
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The Joybook R55VV09 from BenQ is a nice business notebook and perfomed well in our basic desktop benchmarks. However it also offered some unexpectedly good results in other areas too, making it a solid choice for those after an all purpose unit.
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