14 March 2007, 15:34
Believe it or not, HIS has been manufacturing graphics cards since the late 80s. Nick has a chat with HIS's Peter Yeung, to find out what the company's done over ...
14 February 2007, 11:28
We discover where XFX came from in our interview with Sunny Narain, XFX's Vice President of Regional Sales based in Hong Kong.
23 January 2007, 08:41
You may not have heard of PC Partner, but there's a good chance you've used one of its products. We met Tony Wong, President of the company, during our Dragon ...
3 January 2007, 09:00
What you will see from abit at CES 2007, delivered now!
14 December 2006, 19:40
We've learned that ATI's got a new method for shutting down knackered bits of chips, paving the way for better yields and potentially a slew of SKUs.
13 December 2006, 17:47
Find out what AMD's upcoming ATI GPUs are codenamed. There are some weird'uns.
13 December 2006, 10:35
With Vista and DX10 now just around the corner, notebooks need hardware that's up to the task. Right now, a green scene is being painted.
12 December 2006, 22:40
Courtesy of William F Deeplung IV, we can report - exclusively and definitively (or, should that really be somewhat speculatively?) that V-day is going to be R-day for us P-people
12 December 2006, 19:20
The little birds over in Taipei have been twittering about the performance of ATi's much-delayed R600 graphic processor. But Willy Deeplung wonders whether it will be good enough to overcome ...
12 December 2006, 17:33
While trawling the night markets in Old Taipei, ol' Willy Deeplung heard word about ATi's promised R600 part - not only how late it now is but also some of ...
12 December 2006, 17:29
ATi has attempted to create good working versions of the R600 a number of times but, for various reasons, has needed to re-spin the GPU. The company is now up ...
11 December 2006, 16:10
Over in hall 1 of the show, Apacer had on display its new WCG Edition overclocking DDR2 modules that have been designed for use in the World Cyber Games.
11 December 2006, 15:37
No show coverage would be complete without giving you, our HEXUS readership, an opportunity to ogle at the lovely ladies hired to help promote the products.
11 December 2006, 15:26
As modelled here by some of Compro's Marketing team Nicole and Eva is Compro's latest USB 2.0 DVB-T (Digital Terrestrial) TV tuner.
11 December 2006, 15:22
In true Pimp My Ride style, Mio was demonstrating one of their DigiWalker SatNav devices by shoving a mid-size LCD screen into the back of an MPV and outputting the ...
11 December 2006, 15:04
In one corner of Hall 3, Lost Planet: Extreme condition was being played by a few people in front of a sizeable crowd, along with a number of other recent ...
11 December 2006, 11:38
Sony was demonstrating playback of Blu-ray at the show connected up to some of their Home Cinema products such as their 46" KDL-46X2000-X display, which apart from using a Full-HD ...
11 December 2006, 11:28
Asus had some interesting products on show at it's stand in Hall 1, one of which was this Vista compatible tablet PC with built-in GPS functionality.
11 December 2006, 11:22
Demand is still strong for PS3 with crowds getting wowed at Sony's stand, by demos of Gundam: Target in sight.
11 December 2006, 10:39
jThe welcoming committee was out in full force. In the middle is Jarry Chang, R+D manager of the current LANParty line, and one of the pivotal reasons for the growth ...
11 December 2006, 10:33
jThey best way of understanding the thinking behind a product necessitates a visit to the source, so that's exactly what we did
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