Nintendo unveils cardboard Labo 'Toy-Con' Switch kits
Including a cardboard mecha-suit.
Including a cardboard mecha-suit.
Ran for a couple of weeks past deadline.
Not restricted to older parts.
Want a simple, affordable five-bay NAS for dishing out your data? Drobo looks to hit the nail on the head with its easy-to-use 5N2.
Sound design is one of the hardest things, so why don't we celebrate it more?
Asus has dropped its latest ROG-branded product on our desk and it isn't a motherboard
At £36 the Shock is one of the cheapest headsets we've seen. Let's hope it's not one of the worst.
Asus' new headet features active noise cancelling and a Bluetooth connection.
We drop into Antec's office and shake the windows with its new 2.1 speaker set.
The new Fermi Mk II GPU hits all the performance highs we expected from the GeForce GTX 480 1.5GB
The cheapest gaming sound card is worth getting just to avoid audio incompatibility issues
A headset that rumbles your head - we see if that's a good thing or just annoying.
The NX90JQ series notebook is a marvel of polished aluminium, but it's half a yard wide.
Amanita Design comes out with another cracking Flash game to prove that the point and click adventure genre isn't yet dead. The scenes are exquisite, the sound is fantastic and it set your mouse clicking and your mouth smiling.
Got a CPU cooler with a small fan? Is it noisy? If so, read our group test of 80mm and 92mm fans to see which is the best to mod onto your cooler. Or maybe you've got some small case fan mounts that could do with filling? Read on to see what with!
We've collected six supersized case fans (180mm to 225mm) to see which is best for that all-important side panel fan. Read on to see how Akasa, Antec and others fared in our rigorous airflow and noise testing!
We've collected 22 120mm fans and put them through rigorous noise and airflow tests to see which is the best. Read on to see how to keep your hardware cool while keeping the noise your PC makes to a minimum.
John J. Dick, the voice actor for Serious Sam has some money troubles and is hiring himself out to fans to help combat debt.
CeBIT 09: While the idea might not be new, this product from Zotac certainly is and controlling a PC over Ethernet efficiently is certainly impressive.
Razer has come up with something a little bit interesting here - a breed of THX-certified 2.1 speakers that claim to fill any room with sound by bouncing the noise down, rather than forwards. Is it all it's cracked up to be though, or is the Mako just a very small fish in a sea of sharks?
We've got our second winner for the Mod of the Year competition to reward those of you who took the time to vote. Check out if you won inside!
Our mod of the year is well under way, and to reward those of you who took the time to vote we've got our first winner.
We have teamed up with Dolby to seek out your views on the current state of sound technology in the PC industry.
Asus Xonar DX is the inexpensive version of the full fat PCI-Express Xonar D2X. Now featuring an extended emulated EAX in addition to Dolby features and high quality components, does this make the Xonar DX the ultimate soundcard?
CeBIT 2008: Dolby Mobile is a new standard initiative to get mobile sound extra Dolby features and a better quality.
Finally, an enthusiast's soundcard that supports PCI-Express is available, some four years after the interconnect's inception! We throw on some cans and take the latest Asus Xonar D2X with its funky lights and black EMI shield for a spin.
Apparently, despite advertising stereo and Dolby Pro Logic II sound , the Wii version of Guitar Hero III is still only offering mono sound output.
The MP3 is by far the most popular way to listen to music on your PC, but it's not the best way. We have a look at lossless audio and explain how to get the most out of your music.
Surround sound headphones are a controversial subject among true audiophiles, but Bit-tech is no coward and has plunged headlong into the issue by reviewing a pair of Zalman's latest headphone effort. How do they fare? Check out within!
Microsoft leaks some details of its new audio API support in the latest version of Direct X 10.1 SDK.
This week's polls are centred not so much around hardware, but modding: are cases with windows and lights still acceptable? Also, we want to know how you listen to music on your PC.
The Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer is a recent addition to the very popular X-Fi family, but for its very affordable price, is it worthy of investment if you're an "xtreme" gamer?
The Video Games Live concert, which uses soundtracks of games and has gathered worldwide acclaim, is to be released on DVD and CD.
Conventional wisdom suggests that 2.0 speakers are underpowered and lacking bass. Conventional wisdom crumbles in the face of Creative's awesome Gigaworks T20 speakers.
The Baby Grand Piano Mod from Garner Post may be the most elaborate and noisy mod we've ever seen
CEBIT 2007: How about a PCI-Express x1 sound card? We've certainly been waiting for one ever since the first PCI-Express mobos came out back in 2004. Asus' soundcard could be what the doctor ordered...
In the market for a new widescreen monitor? You might want to hold off buying one until you see the upcoming 27" Dell.
Upon releasing Guitar Hero II, Activision decreed that the air guitar was officially dead. Is this the greatest party game ever, and can the bit-tech'ers make the transformation from uber-geeks to rock gods?
Onboard audio has progressed massively, and Creative X-Fi is the enthusiast's add-in card of choice. Is there room for another soundcard in the market? We find out why the Inferno might be the best choice yet.
We're dodging bullets, throwing grenades and cowering in foxholes in Relic's brilliant new RTS World War 2 game - Company of Heroes. Want the lowdown on the graphical power required to run this bad-boy, then step this way, and prepare for one of the greatest games ever made...
Windows like their new guitar music so much that they aren't going to allow you to ever turn it off. Let's hope its good.
We take a close look at some of the top titles due to make it onto your PC in the coming months. We preview: Lego Star Wars, Dark Messiah: Might and Magic and Caesar IV.
NVIDIA has announced its next generation graphics processing unit for handheld and mobile devices. It's capable of true digital TV, high-fidelity surround sound, rapid multi-shot photography and console-class 3D graphics.
Creative have revealed to us the details of the X-Fi support within Quake 4. Audio treats await those with cash in pocket!
A review of Ultra Products' 8-in-1 MP3 flash player.
With the PC audio market becoming increasingly competitive, and DVDs becoming an increasingly ubiquitous consumer item, we take a look at a set of digital 5.1 speakers from the audio gurus at Logitech. This lot have even got THX certification!