If you want to implement a far-reaching and speedy Wi-Fi network, a MIMO-capable (multiple-in, multiple-out antenna technology) router is currently your best option, and Buffalo's AirStation MIMO WZR-G108 is worth considering.
Philips' previous DVD/Hard Disk recorder, the DVDR560H, was our all time favourite in this category. So we were eager to see what Philips had done with the updated model, the 3360H. While the DVDR3360H is still just as good as its predecessor, the re...
There's never been a better time for a business to refresh its devices. Intel offers a range of business solutions, from Servers to SSD, but also 2 in 1 products and also the NUC unit which is set to revolutionise your desktop. Click here to read more information on these products.
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Back in June last year we took a look at the HP [[prodid:279]] photo printer. It produced quite reasonable prints but they came at a relatively high cost. Nearly a year later HP has released the Photosmart 475, the next model in this series. The desi...
Seagate's Barracuda 7200.10 750GB drive, the largest hard drive to date, sets new standards for capacity, price, and performance. Its speed was especially notable on the PC World Test Center's write tests, where it came within a hair's breadth of mat...
Ricoh claim their goal with this model, the GR digital, was to recreate the functionality and style of the popular GR-1 film camera, in a compact, digital form and they have done a decent job of it. The GR Digital takes above average shots, and has a...
A sailing sim may not be everyone's cup of tea, but nor is running round a dungeon with a rocket launcher or a giant axe (though to be fair, the majority of gamers favour the latter). Offshore racing is a thoughtful, highly tactical sport; best suite...
Griffin's TuneFlex is an intuitive device which conveniently cradles and charges your iPod [[prodid:175]] whilst in the car. Plugging into any accessory outlet (yes, that's a cigarette lighter), the TuneFlex utilses a flexible steel neck which allows...
It seems that being razor thin is the new fashion statement when it comes to mobile phones. Since the launch of Motorola's RAZR V3, we've seen an increase in this type of design and while Samsung's Z510 is similar, it has enough of its own characteri...
The IXUS 800 IS managed to impress us, much like the other Canon cameras we've looked at recently. Canon's performance in this space is one of the most consistent across all our categories, and this camera fortifies that position. While it isn't perf...
In addition to the usual print, scan, and copy functions, the Brother MFC-640CW can also send and receive colour faxes, print photos directly from most common media cards, and operate as a full duplex speakerphone (a handset is included), all without...
When it comes to audio creation and editing, Adobe's Audition software has been through hard times of late. Evolving from a nifty program called Cool Edit Pro, many users have complained about lack of functionality in some areas and counter-intuitive...
These days it seems it's all about USB. Mobile phones, digital cameras, games consoles; you name it, they've got a USB connection. Up until fairly recently, the home entertainment world has been missing out on all the fun but has now managed to catch...
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The first words out of our mouth upon getting our hands on Canon's new IXUS 65 were "Canon has done it again". The newest member of Canon's lower end series, the IXUS 65 sports a 6 megapixel sensor, 3X optical zoom and a funky design.
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