The Pixel 5 is a change of tactic for Google, with the company opting to go the route of a lower-cost “premium” or high mid-range component configuration, rather than setting up the Pixel 5 as an all-out flagship phone. Given the company’s product release cadence over the years, always releasing new phones towards the end of the year, just around the corner of the spring next-gen releases. This schedule had always been a disadvantage for Pixel flagships, so maybe Google’s change of strategy here to go for the mid-range is a more sensible approach.
With Intel's newest 8-channel digital audio process only a week or so away, we have some more info on DVD-A, SACD, BluRay and Azalia.
Kristopher Kubicki on 6/11/2004
We are after the best pair of in-ear headphones, and we have come back shopping with two of the most popular options currently in stores. Read on to find...
Andrew Ku on 6/3/2004
An awesome MP3 player of the smallest class, Creative Labs has itself a winner. Read on to find out why it leads the pack of the micro-sized MP3 players.
Andrew Ku on 5/27/2004
Not quite a MP3 jukebox, but 4GB is still enough to enjoy more than a day and a half worth of MP3s. With a unique removable battery pack and...
Andrew Ku on 5/25/2004
We have taken a look at ATI's EazyShare in MMC 8.8 and NVIDIA's Forceware Multimedia is still in absentia. What are we to do until then? SnapStream works...
Andrew Ku on 5/12/2004
MSI takes its baby steps into a new market with an uncharacteristically new product. Introduced at Computex, the Mega Stick 1 is MSI’s first MP3 player, and it is...
Andrew Ku on 11/12/2003
Apple's next-generation iPod has finally arrived, find out everything there is to know about it and have a look as we dissect the latest and greatest MP3 player around.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/3/2003
Curious about Apple's latest non-computer product since the Newton? Wondering how you, the PC owner, can make use of the highly anticipated iPod? Whether other iPod reviews leave you...
Matthew Witheiler on 1/10/2002
Altec Lansing brings us yet another set of surround solutions with their ADA890 speaker set. Read on to see how this THX certified system did in our tests.
Jim Warren on 8/25/2001
Been wondering a bit about the Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox and the massive 30GB versions that are out there? Wonder no more, as today AnandTech takes a look at...
Matthew Witheiler on 7/26/2001
Klipsch has earned itself a reputation for producing the best computer sound systems around. Does the ProMedia 2.1 live up to this reputation? We thought so, so much so...
Jim Warren on 5/30/2001
Yamaha has long been known and respected in the home theater market. Now, they try to bring their expertise to the computer speaker market with their Dolby Digital/DTS capable...
Jim Warren on 5/7/2001
So you've got your Athlon and you've got your GeForce3 on order but now you need to know what the Ferrari of speaker systems is to add to your...
Jim Warren on 3/19/2001
Early last May Logitech offered a preview of their new speaker models within
the SoundMan product line. The three lower end models, the SR-30, S-20, and
Jim Warren on 2/14/2001
MidiLand's latest 5.1 system provides full Dolby Digital decoding right out of the box, without requiring a new sound card. How well does the S4 7100 Plus stack...
Jim Warren on 1/31/2001
The 4060M is the latest member of MidiLand's ever growing S4 speaker line. Take a look as we put this 2.1 speaker set to the test.
Jim Warren on 1/6/2001
These speakers are Cambridge's follow up to last year's DTT2500 Digital Speaker System that won our Editor's Choice Silver Award. Read on to see if they can win...
Jim Warren on 12/23/2000
VideoLogic is taking a new approach to Dolby Digital decoding with the DigiTheatre LC that promises to lower the cost of a 5.1 surround sound speaker system. Instead...
Jim Warren on 11/16/2000
Take a look as our resident audiophile puts MidiLand's latest 2.1 speaker system to the test.
Jim Warren on 11/9/2000
Up until now, the options for MP3's on the road have been extremely limited - you could go with a portable player interfaced to your head unit or try...
Mike Andrawes on 9/25/2000