This ASUS notebook comes with a glossy black lid that sports a checkered design, while its face is more of a mute plastic surrounding the LCD. A gray sheen surrounds its full-sized keyboard and trackpad. The A53E-XN1 measures 15.12 inches wide, 10.12 inches deep and 1.40 inches thin.
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This Sony Bravia TV comes in the company’s Monolithic design, which is essentially a glossy black bezel with edges that seemingly vanish when the set is turned off. The set rests on a stand that can both swivel and tilt the LCD, which is made with an OptiContrast panel that is said to show deeper […]
Olympus PEN E-PL3 Features The 12-megapixel E-PL3 is available in silver, red, black, or white, and features a metal exterior with a flat front that eschews the handgrip that you’ll often find on cameras in this class. The rear of the camera features a rubber thumb grip, making it easy to hold with security and […]
HTC Wildfire S Features The Wildfire S looks like a lower-end, touch screen feature phone, even though it’s an Android smartphone. It measures 4.0 by 2.3 by 0.5 inches and weighs a svelte 3.7 ounces. It’s made entirely of plastic, with the exception of the glass screen. It’s a smooth, appealing form factor that may […]
Offering great sound isolation and comfort, and a bundled cable extender, the Sony MDR-ZX700 are brilliantly versatile headphones.
The 50PZ550 sports LG’s TruSlim Frame, meaning its glossy black bezel surrounding the plasma screen is less than an inch thin and just 2 inches deep. The set rests on a large, flat stand that keeps its glossy black texture and swivels 20 degrees to support its viewing angle. Connections include four HDMI inputs, composite and component video ports, one VGA input, an RJ-45 Ethernet input, two USB ports and more.
LG’s HLX56S is what you might call a ‘one-stop shop’, packing a 3D-capable Blu-ray player and 4.1-channel speaker system into a single soundbar unit. That means you get hi-def pictures and powerful cinematic sound without having to clutter up your living room with loads of boxes and speakers. It’s also the first of LG’s 2011 Blu-ray range that we’ve tested, so it’s our first chance to check out its updated internet content portal, Smart TV.