Designed exclusively for use with the Vodafone network, the BlackBerry 8707v is an update to their 8707 handset, adding 3G capabilities to what already was a quite impressive unit. The 8700v (v standing for Vodafone) offers the convenient push email ...
Nobody can accuse Nokia of a lack of innovation. Their Nokia 3250 music phone incorporates a twisting, almost Rubix Cube-like design which houses the regular phone keypad on one side, a camera in the middle and music controls on the rear. It is a uni...
Olympus is well known for creating interesting and unique cameras, and the latest entry into their weatherproof range of compacts, the MJU 740, fits this mould nicely. Featuring new anti-shake technology, their highly recognisable wedge shaped design...
The Finepix A500 is a budget digital camera from Fujifilm. Costing less than the majority of other units on the market, the A500 is a case of getting what you pay for. It exhibited some noticeable flaws in our image quality tests, and offers build qu...
There are three things that are certain in the life of a network administrator: death, taxes and deployment. Particularly with Windows Vista just around the corner now, you're probably beginning to think about how you will roll out the operating syst...
Lenovo's ThinkPad Z61m is a multimedia oriented notebook, complete with a 15.4in widescreen display and an ATI Mobility X1300 graphics card. It is a fairly tough machine, with a titanium cover and a rugged - albeit reasonably weighty at 3.1kg - desig...
When mobility is more important than grunt, the Fujitsu LifeBook Q2010 is ideal. But it doesn't come cheap.
Ever since Apple Computer released its Boot Camp software in April, thus enabling Intel Mac owners to run Windows on their Apple hardware, I've been working with various permutations of Windows on my 17-in. MacBook Pro. There was the Boot Camp-enable...
The TEAC Hi-Fi Table Radio is a sleek and stylish alarm clock, iPod player and AM/FM radio all in one. While the device does support all iPods thanks to the included dock inserts, it is let down by the sound quality.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Z61t is a multimedia orientated notebook that includes a built-in webcam, widescreen display and a multi-card media reader. The Z61t also includes a titanium cover and offers solid although not outstanding performance and good bat...
With a powerful Nvidia 7600 GO graphics card, a 2GHz processor and Harmon Kardon speakers, Toshiba's Qosmio F30 is a powerful all round performer. Suitable for mobile gaming, media centre duties or general desktop tasks the F30 is an affordable, mult...
The Hyundai N91s is an attractive 19-inch LCD monitor that boasts a fast 8ms response time for its asking price, built in stereo speakers and a pleasing design that makes it a solid, if not spectacular all-round performer. It is only let down by poor...
Originally a school-ground collecting fad, Micro Machines has become a small-time gaming phenomenon and its latest instalment V4 has quite a reputation to live up to. Sadly, little has changed to modernise the game from its original 1997 release on t...
JBL's SCS260-6 is a great set of 6.1 Home Theatre speakers with excellent design, audio performance and styling. Though they may seem slightly expensive and come with a few flaws, lower priced home theatre systems can't touch the quality of these spe...
Samsung has consistently produced high quality LCD televisions in the past and the 32 inch LA32R7WDX is no exception. With clear and vibrant images and an attractive design, it is sure to win hearts and apart from a few minor issues, we were quite im...
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