Samsung is getting ready to showcase its giant 85-inch Ultra HD television at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
Maingear's Nomad 15 is a slick gaming laptop.
It's been a year since the first version of the Aakash tablet first surfaced in India.
BMW is well known for designing some seriously high tech and popular performance vehicles, including the M3.
Boutique computer maker Habey is offering up a new and impressively compact small form factor PC dubbed the BIS-6922.
Earlier this year, many of us were hoping that Microsoft would launch its Surface Tablet, specifically the version running Windows RT, at a low price to compete with other devices on the hyperactive market.
Are you a modder with a spare Raspberry Pi dev board? If so, you might want to check out the LapPi mod.
Hitachi has rolled out its new lineup of 3D smart TVs and next-generation HDTV's.
Lenovo is pushing hard to get into the tablet market with various Android devices as well as tablets that run Microsoft Windows 8 and RT.
Computer displays ranging from 27 to 30 inches are obviously nothing new, while screens in the 30-inch range have been common for many years now and are particularly popular with gamers.
Lenovo's Windows 8 ThinkPad Tablet 2 will be hitting the streets on November 16.
Atrix HD developer edition proudly offers modders and devs an unlocked bootloader.
Smart TVs haven't really taken off like manufacturers had originally hoped or anticipated.
Mele is a company that designs Android-powered devices for streaming media, such as the A1000 Android/Ubuntu-powered set-top box which can be modded to run multiple operating systems.
The recently launched iPad mini hasn't been on the market for all that long, yet Apple has already managed to sell a huge number of units.
Foxconn rolls its own uber-mini HTPC.
Some days it really seems like Google's wildly popular Android operating system is popping up everywhere and anywhere.
Microsoft is reportedly testing an indigenously designed Windows 8 smartphone with a number of Asian hardware suppliers.
Lenovo's A2107 probably won't win any performance accolades, but is very reasonably priced at approximately $150, with similar Android devices weighing in at around $199.
The Archos 80 Cobalt boasts a slightly larger screen than the budget Android tablet norm at 8-inches, but its retail price will ultimately help determine the fate of the device.