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Asus' Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet
With an updated Tegra 3 processor and a sleek new design, the Transformer Prime may be the hottest tablet around. We take a...
A month with Asus' Eee Pad Transformer
Asus' Eee Pad Transformer may cost $100 less than the competition, but you wouldn't know it from using the thing. I've spent more...
WD's TV Live Hub media box
WD's TV Live Hub media player has a terabyte of network-attached storage and works with just about any media file under the sun. We...
Swimming laps with Finis' SwiMP3 player
Few things bore me more than staring at the bottom of a pool while swimming laps. Finis' SwiMP3 player promises to inject music into those...
Announcing TR's Christmas Giveaway 2008
It's time once again for our annual TR Christmas giveaway. This time, we're giving away a gratuitously awesome bundle of components, complete with a...
OCZ's Neural Impulse Actuator
Like flying cars, thought-based control schemes have been a staple of sci-fi movies for decades. OCZ has embraced the concept with its Neural Impulse Actuator,...
|Synaptics Clear ID FS9500 fingerprint sensors slip under phone screens||2|
|TR's 2017 Christmas giveaway: goodies from MSI, Antec, and OCZ||15|
|VESA DisplayHDR attempts to demystify HDR-capable monitors||16|
|BenQ EW277HDR brings HDR10 in reach of mere mortals||5|
|Intel Pentium Gold chips now have Silver siblings||33|
|Acer ProDesigner PE320QK is big on size and color accuracy||2|
|Thermaltake's Nemesis Switch has enough buttons for all your macros||17|
|Zotac Gaming MEK1 PCs have the requisite pieces of flair||9|
|Toshiba's latest hard drives store 14 TB without shingles||66|
|I liked it better when they called these chips "Atom". It was a more clear distinction. "Pentium Gold" is Kaby Lake. "Pentium Silver" is Gemini Lake (...||+11|