Irrational Games' third chapter in the critically acclaimed BioShock series is here; does it soar in the heavens or does it fall from grace? Jump in to find out!
GX700 is the latest gaming case from Antec found its way under our spotlights today. The company promises a highly functional case with a unique militaristic design and high cooling performance. Can however the GX700 really deliver it all up beneath its small price tag?
The Netgear WNDR4700 CENTRIA simplifies the users digital home by being the quintessential all-in-one device. The Centria provides three essential functions – automatic backup system, an internet accessible media server and a high-performance dual-band WiFi router.
Does Terminal Reality's new survival-based first-person shooter adequately portray AMC's high-profile zombie drama, or is it a catastrophe? Jump in to find out!
The R6300 is one of the newest wireless routers from Netgear that supports high speed 802.11ac networking. It can concurrently sustain speeds of up to 1300 Mbps on the 5 GHz band and 450 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band.
SimCity is back, and with a disasterous launch and a lot of feature changes, one question remains: Is it zoned for success, or is it a crack-den waiting to be demolished?
Ten years ago yesterday, Intel introduced the Centrino platform initiative, which was a combination of low voltage CPUs and wireless hardware to steer notebook designs towards longer battery life and universal WiFi hotspot compatibility. It meant everybody from corporate types to students could virtually bring their machine to work from anywhere, not chained by wires to
The DIR-865L is D-link's latest 802.11ac entrant to join their Cloud router product line that allows users to remotely control and manage their network with little or no hassle through the mydlink cloud service.
The Crucial M4, which made its debut almost 2 years ago, is one of the most popular drives in the market. Is it still a top contender?
Crysis 3 is here! We all know it looks good, but how does it play? Can Crytek deliver a game that is both beautiful and engaging, or are we going to be shedding a few tears?
Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga 13, the poster child of many recent television commercials, was one of the first convertible Ultrabooks that hit the market shortly after the launch of Windows 8. Is there any appeal in its unique form factor?
Devil May Cry has been rebooted, and we’ve reviewed it! Is this new take on Dante a trip to gaming heaven, or should this hack and slash game just go to hell?
Do you have a hard time finding space in your slim HTPC, ITX or mini-ITX system? Noctua and Phanteks may have a solution for you with their new ultra low-profile NH-L9 and TC90LS coolers, designed to fit where no other cooler can. We take a thorough look at them in this review.
One of the highlights of the Sandy Bridge-E HEDT platform is the ability to populate up to eight memory modules onto the motherboard, which was previously only possible on multi-socket workstation and server offerings. Today we explore such a configuration with Kingston's latest high speed 64GB memory kit.
Can the much hyped liquid-cooled ROG ARES II (dual HD 7970×2 aka HD 7990) live up to its lofty SGD$2499 price tag? *Update: 17/2* - Added some benchmarks and short conclusion to the original piece
Dead Space 3 is here! Can we expect a competent sequel, or are we in for a really bad day in deep space? We've dismembered the game and have a verdict for you!
Did the tablets mature from a consumer fad to a serious device that can be used for serious purposes, even when small in size? Here’s a look at one of the most popular new entries, Apple iPad mini.
Intel Clover Trail Atom tablets can do one thing that the ARM based Windows RT tablets can't – load and run regular x86 applications. How does the HP Envy x2 fair as an all-day computing device?
Liquid cooling used to be an unattractive solution for amateurs and everyday users for many years, until the recent release of closed loop, ready-to-run products. Today we will be having a look at two such watercooling kits from Corsair, the H55 and the new H60.
Before we embark on long-term endurance testing on the drive, we take a quck look at the latest market entrant from Sandisk which uses a Marvell 88SS9175 controller and 19nm MLC NAND.