Have you ever met someone who you disliked at first but over time developed a grudging respect for? That was how it was for us with the Olympus SP-350. When it first came into the office the slightly odd design and slow operation left us under-impr...
It works. Impressively well. With games, even.
3G Phones have long been a hit and miss affair. Unlike their 2.5G counterparts, 3G handsets are generally regarded as big, bulky and slow - amongst many other issues. Only recently have we seen a change in this and Nokia has joined the party, this ti...
ViewSonic's VP720b is well suited for an office, offering various ergonomic adjustments and the option of wall mounting. Its image quality, however, was a mixed bag.
We quite enjoyed using the Samsung SPP-2040 and had only a few minor complaints about it.
Protection against online viruses is a necessity these days, and the number of specialist packages has proliferated accordingly. At the same time, many companies have started to bundle utilities into their main antivirus product. This is certainly tr...
We like Swann's products. They're easy to use, simple to set up and generally offer good quality at a reasonable price. The Black Knight is no exception. We really found that there was very little to dislike about this camera, especially compared to ...
If you've already got SWAT 4 (and you'll need it if you want to play this expansion pack), you'll already be aware that it's one of the few first-person shooters that places the emphasis firmly on tactics, teamwork and, most importantly, non-lethal c...
Sleek, compact, sexy and black! But do they perform? Those looking for average 2.1 speakers at an affordable price will find Logitech's X-230 speakers do the job nicely.
The sceptical customer might expect the X1900 XTX, which follows closely on the heels of the X1800 series, to be little more than a more refined retread of a familiar path. This would be the wrong impression.
Microsoft's Office suite included numerous tools for generating visual information, including the drawing tools in Word, the charting options in Excel and the numerous layout settings in PowerPoint. However, those options aren't suitable for creating...
When we first get a product at the GoodGearGuide, we inevitably try to set it up without having to refer to the manuals. This is both to test how easy the set up will be for the average consumer, and also to boost our insufferably large egos as we co...
We've seen a few notebooks geared towards home entertainment over the past few months but none so fully featured as the Aspire 9504WSMi from Acer. Okay, it may not have the fastest processor or the best graphics card, but it does have a hybrid TV...
The biggest issue for both current Mac users and those who are considering "turning to the dark side" is the lack of viable and compatible software for the Mac OS X operating system. While most understand that Mac OS X provides a more stable and secu...
Digital video cameras are a great way to store precious memories for the future. The latest DVD cameras make recording incredibly simple with better quality than ever before. DVD cameras can cost a fair amount of money though, so a good budget option...
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