HWM (Malaysia) - - ED'S NOTE - Em­blem Fates, Quan­tum Break Un­charted 4: A Thief’s End. Fire


| As con­sumers, com­pe­ti­tion among busi­nesses greatly ben­e­fits the masses, re­sult­ing in bet­ter qual­ity, lower prices, and more im­por­tantly – a wider se­lec­tion of prod­ucts and ser­vices to choose from. Just look at the ex­cit­ing in­no­va­tions on dis­play at the re­cent Mo­bile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. But of course, noth­ing came close to Sam­sung and LG in their battle for supremacy in the smart­phone space, es­pe­cially since the two Korean ti­tans are tak­ing very dif­fer­ent ap­proaches with their flag­ship de­vices. You’ll find the full story on page 47 (“Made in Korea”).

Over the years, the say­ing “get­ting things done fast” has helped spur count­less de­vel­op­ments on the tech­no­log­i­cal front. In this is­sue, we have two shootouts that rep­re­sent the very epit­ome of speed: tri-band routers (page 56, “An Ur­ban Wire­less Jun­gle”) and high-end PCIe SSDs (page

APRIL 2016 66, “The Next Gen­er­a­tion of SSD Stor­age”), for your read­ing plea­sure.

2016 also looks set to be a fan­tas­tic year for gam­ing, judg­ing by the num­ber of re­views we have here in the April 2016 is­sue. Per­son­ally, I’m hav­ing a blast with and I can’t wait to get my hands on and

See you next month!

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