There seems to be a curious fixation in the home theatre market of promoting 2.1 systems as some kind of revolutionary technological advancement. We are seeing more and more home theatre systems claiming the acoustics of 5.1 can be replicated 'virtua...
There are two ways of making a DVD player: the easy way and the hard way. The easy way involves taking someone else's DVD player and modifying it to the new company's requirements (even if this means simply an exercise in badge engineering). The hard...
Following the ideology that 'bigger is better' Sony has introduced their latest mega-zoom camera, the DSC-H2. Sporting a gigantic 12x optical zoom lens housed within an equally large chassis, the H2 definitely isn't suitable for carrying in your pock...
The Olympus E-330 is a decent digital SLR. The camera scored well in our image tests, includes dust reduction technology and has live image review through an LCD screen, a feature common on compact cameras but not seen on SLRs. Nevertheless it doesn'...
Nokia are stepping up their mid-level 'classic' range of handsets and the 6103 is a good example of this. A direct upgrade to the previous [[prodid:1502]], the new model has many of the same features as its predecessor and the upgrades are mostly cos...
In the same way that countless home-makeover programs have ensured that every house must be in tiptop shape before it can be sold, the combination of today's supercharged PCs and sophisticated software means that our photos and home movies must look ...
SystemWorks 2006 Basic Edition is the latest addition to Norton's suite of utilities. Despite the 'Basic' tag, it's aimed at more experienced PC users - those who already have some protection but want to beef it up a bit. No antivirus software is inc...
Australian Infopedia 3.0 should in theory be a great product. It brings together a plethora of useful reference tools into one easy to use package. There's an encyclopedia, dictionary, thesaurus, atlas and even a medical guide. Better still, this is ...
With games consoles, DVD players and AV receivers all vying for a place under the TV, it can be a hassle setting up a home theatre system. Knowing which units go with what and trying to assemble all the components can be a trying experience for the a...
Any title with a Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) license faces the challenge of staying true to the original game without losing the playability that most gamers want. While DDO: Stormreach still has several rough edges, Turbine has done a good job of com...
Previously we looked at the Klipsch [[prodid:1432]] and found them to be an excellent set of speakers. Thus, when the ProMedia Ultra 2.0 arrived we were looking forward to a great aural experience. Whilst not quite up to its predecessor's high stan...
It seems that Motorola's [[prodid:313]] will never go away. The hugely popular device garnered a lot of attention when it was first released, and there is no doubt it was a spectacular piece design. Motorola has attempted to capitalise on this handse...
The Lexmark P4350 is one of the new additions to the company's range of multifunction printers and is definately an improvement on previous efforts. This offering still isn't without its flaws and ommissions however; namely the lack of fax and an aut...
We tend to shy away from hyperbole - but Webaroo has got us quite excited. We think this product, which allows you to browse for content without being connected to the web, could completely change the way you use the Internet. And best of all, it's c...
As is customary for the Powerpuff Girls, the first thing heard when starting their latest escapade is the familiar voice of the narrator announcing our entrance to "The city of Townsville!" And he's not talking about the one in Queensland. As any sel...
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