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Tivoli NetWorks Radio

Tivoli’s NetWorks Radio means you no longer need a computer to be able to access Internet streams. However, it doesn’t blow away the competition, and it struggles in a few key areas.

The Supercent tube-1

At Tokyo Designers Week 2008, Japanese audio company Supercent showcased an audio system based around a retro-style vacuum tube amplifier. It’s a very simple product, with playback options for radio and CDs, and a 3.5mm socket for connecting a portab...

Control your Sonos music system with an iPhone

Sonos music system owners who also own an iPhone are now able to use their handsets to control the company’s multi-room music installations. The Sonos Controller for iPhone is free of charge. The only caveat is that you must have one of Sonos’ multi-...

TiVo to get new features

If you’re one of the few consumers who bought a TiVo before the Olympic Games and were a little disheartened at the lack of functionality, there’s some salvation in sight.

House of the Dead: Overkill

House of the Dead: Overkill is a first-person shooter, just like its four predecessors. It’s being developed by Sega exclusively for the Nintendo Wii platform and is set to be released in February 2009. Set as a prequel to the original House of the D...

Teac DV3131

Teac’s DV3131 is the first of the company’s latest release DVD players. It's available for a budget price while still offering all the necessary functionality for playing DVDs.

Trends Audio TA10.1

Trends Audio is another company in the vein of Kingrex. Trends Audio's flagship amplifier product is the TA10.1. It’s thinner but taller than its Kingrex competitor and packs the same kind of warm, clear aural tone. If you just want to use this to po...

Panasonic Unveils New G1 Micro SLR

Panasonic’s DMC-G1 is an SLR camera with all the comforts of home — a crisp viewfinder and an interchangeable lens system. It differs from a traditional digital or film SLR, though, in that it is significantly smaller and lighter without compro...

Sharp ANPR1500H

Sharp’s ANPR1500H is a stylish step-up from its predecessor, and it packs in a range of new elements that make it an attractive proposition.

Sanyo TUHD1000

Sanyo’s TUHD1000 is a high-definition television set-top box that, frankly, does everything it professes to. It quickly and accurately scans channels, outputs them in high definition with all the appropriate connectors and doesn’t have much to go wro...

TiVo HD

The TiVo has been around for over 10 years in various forms and iterations, but it's only landed on Australian shores relatively recently. Its mediocre technical specifications are bolstered by its interactive features, resulting in a device that's v...

Edifier M3200

Edifier's M3200 PC speakers sit in the middle of the company’s PC stereo line-up, underneath the significantly dearer and quite impressive S730.

EVGA 8800 GT Akimbo Superclocked Edition (1GB GDDR3 PCI-E)

EVGA’s 8800GT Akimbo Superclocked Edition is a difficult creature to categorise. It’s the most powerful of EVGA’s extensive 8800GT line-up but it is inferior in specifications to seven other 8-Series EVGA cards. Despite its identity crisis the card i...

Panasonic SC-BT105

Coming in at the top of Panasonic's 2008 home entertainment range is the SC-BT105, a home theatre that combines a fully-featured Blu-ray disc player, an iPod dock with video playback capability and a full 5.1 speaker system. It's powerful and has a b...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.

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