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Microsoft Comfort Curve 2000

Wired keyboards are rapidly becoming old-hat. We haven't had a regular wired model come through the office since the <a href=" http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;5389;pid;1051;pt;1" target="new">Logitech G15</a> and that model had enoug...

Samsung Digimax S500

When we first got our hands on the Samsung Digimax S500 we were left feeling like what we had was another run of the mill point and shoot; that is however until we glanced at the press release and spotted the price. For this kind of money, the S500 ...

Optima Entertainment Media Centre

As far as most media centres go, they have real trouble blending into the lounge room. Trying to condense a huge PC tower into something that looks like a DVD player is never going to be an easy task and most companies have only met with small degre...

Samsung Digimax V700

Every once in a while we are greeted with a product that makes us question what exactly the engineers were thinking. The Samsung Digimax V700 is one such device. Samsung haven't had much luck with their previous forays into the world of digital pho...

Logitech G7

As the priciest mouse currently on the market and the flagship model for Logitech's G series, the G7 has some hefty expectations to live up to. For this price we were really expecting something special and amazingly, Logitech has managed to outdo th...

Creative Freepoint 3500

The Creative Freepoint 3500 is the little brother of the <a href=http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;986290628;pid;1385;pt;1target = new>5500</a> that we reviewed earlier. It provides almost identical functionality with a single minor tw...

Sony Bravia V40A10

Sony's V series is the premiere wing of their new Bravia LCD range. Considering how impressed we were with the S series model we looked at last year, we were salivating at the notion of getting a look at their premium model.

Creative FreePoint 5500

Let's just get it out of the way - if you can see the shots at the top of the screen, then you'll no doubt agree that is possibly the ugliest mouse ever made. If you were to take a stone; an ugly stone, paint it with stripes (to make it go faster of...

Kodak V570

If you follow the development of computer technology you'll know that we are beginning to reach the point of diminishing returns for a single CPU. The solution? Place multiple cores on a single chip! Multiple components are the way of the future, an...

Wireless Laser Desktop 6000

The Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 is Microsoft's flagship keyboard and mouse combination. Like it's sister model, the <a href=http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;5389;pid;1268;pt;1 target="new">Desktop 5000</a>, this package presents a fun...

Sagem HD-L27

The Sagem HD-L27 is a deceptively big television. The whole unit has an extremely chunky feel, measuring several inches in thickness and sporting quite a large pair of speakers fixed on either side. The size attracted a number of comments, ranging ...

Creative Pro 9000

We enjoy getting wireless peripherals in for review, because inevitably review will mean testing them whilst we work, which goes some way to reducing the intimidating mass of cables that litters our desks. Unfortunately, we found the Creative Pro 90...

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 5000 Imaging Package

The Microsoft Desktop 5000 combination pack is a mouse and keyboard package with a difference. It comes with a package of Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006, included free in the box, and the keyboard is design specifically to take advantage of imag...

Kodak Easyshare One

A few weeks ago we got our hands on <a href=http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;453571652;pid;1118;pt;1 target="new">Nikon's Coolpix P2</a>, a digital camera with wireless transmission capabilities. Shortly afterwards, we recieved Sony's...

Samsung Digimax i50

The big buzz-word in the technology world over the last few years has been 'convergence'. The amalgamation of different devices has brought together everything, from DVD players to hard disks, fridges and computers, all in a glorious symphony of mul...

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