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Sony DCR-SR62E

The recent explosion in digital video sales has caused a staggering number of cameras to enter the marketplace. Even after you've narrowed down the format you want (Mini DV, DVD or HDD), the decision can still be overwhelming, with a huge range of co...

Canon DC210

Despite being widely regarded as the 'ugly cousin' of the digital video family, DVD camcorders have swiftly become the fastest growing format on the market. There is currently a huge selection of DVD-based models to choose from, and while picture qua...

Lexar 360

When it comes to overall design, most USB flash drives fall into two separate categories -- boring and stupid. The former refers to any number of identikit models that have zero personality, while the latter includes everything from plastic fruit rep...

Lexar Lightning (4 GB)

Choosing which USB flash drive to buy isn't something most people give a huge amount of thought to. After all, they all do pretty much the same thing, right? Actually, there are quite a few variables worth considering before you adopt one of these li...

Sony HDR-SR5E

When high definition video first entered the marketplace, it was considered an exclusive luxury that only the rich and privileged could afford. Nowadays, with the price of 1080i technology constantly sliding, practically anyone can shoot footage in g...

Sony HDR-FX7

The Sony HDR-FX7 is a curious beast of a camera. On one hand, it's the king of consumer-level camcorders, offering stunning high definition visuals at a prohibitively expensive price. On the other, it's a bottom-rung professional model that fails to ...

Sony DCR-SR42E

The Sony DCR-SR42E is an affordably priced hard disk-based handycam, offering 30GB of video storage for under $1000. Although budget shoppers are sure to appreciate the user-friendly HDD technology, the camera's image quality leaves a lot to be desir...

Toshiba Satellite P200

The Satellite P200 is Toshiba's latest entry into the desktop replacement market. Despite touting itself as a 'go-anywhere' games machine, it isn't particularly suited to mobile use or high-end gaming. Nevertheless, it performs solidly and should app...

This ain't no cheap porn

Company pays $11.4 million for the domain name www.porn.com (Our reporters read the articles thoroughly to bring you this story.)

Belkin iPod & MP3 Control Backpack

When it comes to flooding the market with gratuitous peripherals and accessories, the iPod is completely in a league of its own. The cute-yet-terrifying logo has been stamped on every product imaginable - from baby clothes to Nike sports kits - and i...

Sony DCR-SR200E

When it comes to purchasing a digital video camera, modern consumers are spoiled for choice. With HD, mini-DV, and DVD all vying for your attention, making an informed decision has never been tougher. A relatively recent addition to this array of com...

Sony Vegas Movie Studio + DVD 7 (Platinum Edition)

When it comes to producing professional looking videos, the editing process is arguably more important than remembering to take the lens cap off your camera. Whether you dream of winning fame and fortune at Tropfest, or just want your friends to stay...

It's Not Easy Being Green - Unless you own Vista

The emerging threat of global warming has changed various aspects of our everyday lives - from the world's political landscape to the way we view a light switch. However, when it comes to using our PCs, many of us ignore energy conservation for the s...

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