We put the latest high-end desktop PC gaming cards to the test in the CNET Labs.
In advance of Samsung's official word a leak indicates that prices for the company's high-end "SUHD" TVs range from $2,500 for 48 inches up to $23,000 for 88 inches.
Technically Incorrect: In an interview, Google's product head, Sundar Pichai, replies to Tim Cook's criticism of Android.
Just because the best stuff is expensive doesn't mean it's not a wise investment.
Sony announces a new 64GB "Premium Sound" microSD card for audiophiles that costs about $160.
The small form factor Mac Mini costs less than ever, but isn't as flexible as other Macs.
Ultimaker announces two new 3D printers, the Ultimaker 2 Go and Ultimaker 2 Extended, that are the compact and enlarged versions of the Ultimaker 2. The printers will ship in April with prices of $1,500 and $3,000, respectively.
From wallet busters that are available now, to prototypes you'll need to start saving for ASAP, here's a sample of products that bear some of the the most jaw-dropping price tags we saw at the show.
The Ultimaker 2 is really a great looking 3D printer. Unfortunately, its performance needs some fine-tuning and the price tag is way too high for most consumers.
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