If you're looking for comfortable in-ear headphones with very plump bass, the Klipsch R6i model will do it, but they're also short on detail and clarity.
If you have a Thunderbolt-enabled computer, the Promise Pegasus R6's storage capacity, its features, and especially its performance are worth the hefty investment for those who demand fast external storage.
If you like bass, you'll like Klipsch's new $100 in-ear headphones. And if you like a lot of bass, you may love them.
CNET editor Dong Ngo reviews the Promise Pegasus R6, the first Thunderbolt-enabled storage device.
Only for Mac users who can afford it, the Thunderbolt-based Pegasus R6 is by far the fastest storage device for consumer, to date. And it's really cool, too.
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Traditionally shying away from the audio business, the South Korean electronics giant is trying to make an impact with its new wireless speakers. CNET goes deep within Samsung's research facility to see if it has what it takes.
The sixth generation of the chip maker's processors will feature four processing cores and up to eight graphics cores.
There are no flames shooting out the back, but Rocketskates give you the look of the future, strapped firmly to your feet.
Promise announces Pegasus2 and SANLink2 storage systems that are based on the new Thunderbolt 2 standard to offer top capacities and unprecedented performance for both professional and business users.