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Epson STYLUS CX1500

The inexpensive CX1500 is noisy and slow at photo printing. It doesn't support PictBridge nor does it have a memory card reader, so all photo prints must be made through the PC. Nevertheless, its print and scan quality was impressive.

Canon PIXMA MP780

Printer, scanner, photocopier, PictBridge, fax machine, CD/DVD printer; physically and functionally, the PIXMA MP780 is a beast to be reckoned with, possessing many uncommon features.

Brother MFC-620CN

Priced at $399, this unit is among the smallest MFCs we've seen, yet it packs a lot of features and versatility. It will print, scan, copy and fax documents, and uses Brother's new Capillary Tube printing system. This is the same system that can be f...

Brother DCP-110C

Inexpensive and stylish, the DCP-110C's compact design is perfect for the home user who wants an understated device for printing, copying and scanning.

Toshiba TDP-T90

Over the past year, projectors have become increasingly versatile. The TDP-T90 is a good example; it's equally comfortable in the boardroom or the sitting room, and is also reasonably portable.

Toshiba TDP-S25

The Toshiba's DLP technology generates a darker, more vibrant colour palette than that of an LCD projector. Its 2000:1 contrast ratio is much greater than the 400:1 and 500:1 ratios of the average LCD model. (In their favour, LCD projectors have more...


Regular readers will know from our PC Best Buys charts each issue what great systems Plus Corporation and TI Computers offer. These two vendors have achieved numerous Best Buy awards and have experience in building top-quality systems. So, we challen...

Strong SRT5390

With a 120GB hard drive in its belly, the Strong SRT5390 can record and store close to 60 hours of very good quality MPEG-2 video.

Epson Stylus Photo RX700

The RX700 is an all-encompassing digital photo production unit. It can print full-bleed A4 and 4x6in photos either from your PC or directly from your PictBridge-enabled digital camera's memory card.

Lite-On SOHW-1673S

Lite-On drives generally cut the mustard quite well in our reviews, even though they can be loud and clumsy looking. They are, however, the enthusiast's drive of choice due to the availability of a utility that lets users change the booktype of DVD m...


The ASUS W3H00V is a solid notebook with a 14in widescreen display, good looks and plenty of great features. If it was a car, you would admire its lines - it's a sleek-looking machine with a neat layout and a refined design.

Brother DCP-115C and MFC-215C

The DCP-115C is almost identical to the DCP-110C (the model it supercedes) and is a fantastic, affordable multifunction device -- minus fax capabilities -- that is easy to use and maintain. The only difference between this model and the DCP-110C is s...

Gigabyte GO-W1616 C

If you're fussy about your drive's appearance then you will appreciate the extra bezel that Gigabyte supplies with this drive, which allows you to dress it up in either black or white. For extra funkiness, you could mix and match the tray plate with ...

Western Digital Caviar WD2500KS

Western Digital's new Caviar WD2500KS is an amazingly quiet 250GB Serial ATA II drive that is suitable for a silent PC or a media centre. We could barely hear it spinning or seeking during file transfer tests. This is due in part to its fluid dynamic...

Hello Computers Mercury

Faced with the prospect of putting together a complete computer system for $1000, Hello Computers, a new vendor in the Best Buys charts, has come up with a configuration that is suitable for all sorts of pursuits, including multimedia and 3-D gaming....

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