Want to burn music to CDs and video to DVDs? You don't need separate applications, following Sonic Solutions' announcement of MyDVD Studio Deluxe 5, the company's first all-in-one product for creating multimedia DVDs and CDs, as well as upgrades to i...
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is entering the world of 64-bit computing, launching Athlon 64 CPUs that are producing some of the fastest PC WorldBench scores yet, and a handful of vendors are ready to sell you those new systems.
Targeted at the business and educational markets, this projector is well specified with 2200 ANSI lumens brightness, 16.7 million available colours and a 200:1 contrast ratio. The PB8220 supports aspect ratios of 4:3 and 16:9 (wide screen), plus a ma...
AMD has released the latest in its line of Athlon XP processors, the 3200+, which is built on the same Barton core as the previous high-end flagship, the 3000+. Improvements over the 3000+ chip are in the areas of clock speed and front side bus (FSB)...
Western Digital has just released a 10,000rpm (revolutions per minute) 36GB hard disk drive. The Raptor (WD360GD) is the first 10,000rpm drive to hit the market that features the Serial ATA interface and an 8MB disk cache.
For the uninitiated, ‘G’ in these new Linksys products stands for the latest IEEE wireless specification, 802.11g.
Like most camcorders, the MV650i is designed for right-handed use, with the main functions (record, zoom and so on) just a thumb-push away.
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Corel's 2001 acquisition of Micrografx Designer raised clear doubts about the program's future as a stablemate of rival vector-editing application CorelDRAW. Designer 10.0 is more sensibly aimed directly at technical illustrators rather than artis...
For gaming, TV and video on a personal computer, the 128MB DDR PowerColor Radeon 9700 All-In-Wonder graphics card is brilliant. It can be used for applications such as capturing TV (including time shifting) and video on your PC in AVI format or a wi...
Microsoft’s flagship software development suite -- Visual Studio.NET -- has now been updated and enhanced with a new version, 2003. David Williams takes a look at what's new.
Sonic Foundry’s latest Vegas 4.0 and Vegas+DVD applications have been released into a brave new world, where control is wrestled away from the real-time effects card makers and given to the PC processing chip.
Workgroups can now get more out of their favourite Microsoft Office applications by using them less.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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