Computer and Games Console Reviews
- Altec Lansing
- Andy Pad
- Electronic Arts
- Fit PC3
- Fusion Garage
- Konica Minolta
- Packard Bell
- Turtle Beach
A tiny nettop with a big ambition, Sapphire updates the Edge HD with a better video-playing skills
Bad gaming headsets abound. So can Turtle Beach’s reasonably-priced X12 measure up to its task?
As fast and powerful as it is big and heavy, the Triton is a gaming monster
Shuttle's pint-size PCs return with processing power to fill any space you need
There's more to the Tablet S than striking looks: it does have substance as well as style. Just not quite enough to make it a compelling buy over similarly priced alternatives.
At the best part of two grand, Sony's thin Vaio Z needs more than size on its side
Does this space-saving PC-in-a-screen justify its lofty price tag?
A budget tablet with the usual drawbacks? Could it really be that simple?
7in tablets take a step towards the big time with Acer's little slab of Honeycomb
The world's first Ultrabook stands up to Apple's MacBook Air. But can Acer’s Aspire S3 knock it down?
It might have a funny name, but the 7in Andy Pad Pro is a smart choice
Aside from the snazzy red chassis, this supercharged version of Viewsonic's 7in tablet is hard to distinguish from the Acer A100
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