Canon's PowerShot range is one of the most consistent performers of any product range in the IT field. Very occasionally there might be a unit that falls slightly below par, but for the most part, all the models are impressive digital-still cameras w...
Digital photo frames have always been a cool concept, but most of the models we've seen haven't really lived up to their potential. So when we received Philips' latest effort, the 9FF2M4, we were hoping the company's experience in this area would fin...
Dell's UltraSharp 3007WFP turned in strong scores in the text portion of our image quality tests: true to the monitor's name, text in a Microsoft Word document was indeed sharp, and text in a screen of multi-sized fonts was crisp and easy to read, ev...
Combining a glossy black finish with a weight of just 8.7g, the Sagem H4 Bluetooth headset is a stunning piece of design. Offering five hours talk time and 100 hours standby time, as well as a favourite phone number function, the stylish H4 is a fash...
The LG U310 is nothing special, but its simplicity could very well be the basis of its appeal. Featuring a solid clam-shell design and user-friendly software, the U310 offers an intimidation-free first look into the world of 3G.
The Mobile Compia M3 is a smart phone targeted at medium to large enterprise consumers as it caters for mobile computing applications. Masquerading as a "portable data collection terminal" and running the Windows CE 5.0 operating system, it offers a ...
It's been a long time coming, but the new DirectX 10 capable Radeon from ATI has finally arrived. Outside the reference board ATI gave us to play with, the Sapphire Radeon HD2900 XT is our first look at this product and all its new features.
The VX2 is a collaborative effort between ASUS and Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini, and it's aimed at those of who want to own a prestigious and exotic-looking notebook. The VX2's bodywork features the car manufacturer's badge as well as leather...
AOC's 22in widescreen LCD monitor has a thin bezel, an easy-to-use on-screen display (OSD) and features an extensive array of changeable colour and contrast settings. Its native resolution is 1650x1080 and it's mainly aimed at high-end users and ear...
The Fujitsu PlasmaVision P42XHA58EB is a 42in plasma display panel with a native resolution of 1024 x 768. This is the little brother to the [[prodid:3565]] but it is not the same television by a long shot. This panel received different results than ...
Dell's entry-level multimedia laptop, the XPS M1210 has some excellent show-biz genes, such as media buttons and a TV tuner option. But it's also a strong, well-designed, and highly mobile performer. The Windows Vista refresh only enhances the earlie...
Sporting a sleek gloss black facade and offering both audio and video connectivity, Cygnett's new iPod dock speaker system, the Unison i-X5, is a great little system. It can play back your audio on the included dual cone speakers as well as pumping v...
Pioneer's latest Super Audio CD player, the PD-D6, is a very impressive piece of equipment. Although its price, features and technology make it a device targeted squarely at audiophiles, if budget isn't an issue for you and you want to get the most o...
A 14.1in widescreen and a feature-packed chassis make the Zepto Znote 6214W suitable for either work or play. Similarly, its size makes it suitable for either a desktop user or mobile warrior, although its battery life wasn't too good in our tests. P...
From its 2002 debut in Scandinavia, Zepto has worked its way through Europe before starting a new division on Australian shores. We took a look at a couple of Zepto's products, including the Znote 6615WD notebook. Since it arrived in our test centre ...
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