The emphasis of this release of Ulead’s high-end video editing package is improvements to existing technology rather than packing in a host of new tools. This has made the program easier to use than previous releases, but it won’t provide a great inc...
ImageZoom will appeal to Web designers who wish to create interactive images that, as the name suggests, can be zoomed into.
Can’t quite afford the latest tablet PCs or a Wacom-style graphics tablet? The Acecat 302 pen and graphics tablet combo is a cost-effective solution. The device is ideal for users with little or no experience in tablets or computers, as it comes with...
Palm has kept a low profile in the last few months while competitors such as Sony have continued to beat it at its own game, with PDAs featuring high-quality, high-resolution screens, attractive designs and tonnes of add-ons. But Palm is fighting bac...
For users of devices that rely on card-based media — especially digital cameras — there is nothing more annoying than first having to connect your device to the PC and then having to load up the appropriate interface software to access the data you h...
Kyocera says that its $1395 Finecam S5 is the world’s smallest 5-megapixel camera. The size is indeed wonderful, but the quality of the camera’s images leaves much to be desired.
After a period of calm with low-priced models, the new breed of USB 2.0 scanner is pushing the asking price back towards the $500 mark.
This antivirus and personal firewall solution comprises six modules: Murphy Shield, BitDefender Live, Quarantine, Scheduler, BitDefender P2P and Shell Extension.
With everything slowly turning digital and the proposed closedown of analogue transmissions, you’ll soon have to take a leap in the 21st century whether you like it or not. Digital TV has gained a lot of publicity -- not all of it positive -- but rad...
In the Tech Files section in the June 2003 issue (on page 99) we reviewed a selection of the latest graphics cards available from NVIDIA and ATI, which are based on their new family of FX chipsets. Here are the results for ATI Radeon 9800Pro-based gr...
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Apple has added two new iMacs to its desktop range. The $3795 top-of-the-line 17in wide screen model features a 1GHz G4 processor, 256MB of DDR SDRAM, and an updated 4x SuperDrive that creates both CDs and DVDs. The machine uses an NVIDIA GeForce4 MX...
Panasonic’s new Toughbook Light range comprises the $3999 CF-R1 (pictured), featuring a 10.4in anti-glare display, and the $4199 CF-T1, which is identical apart from its larger 12.1in display.
Recent versions of Mandrake Linux have not changed much from the user’s perspective, as stability and software updates have been the focus of releases over the last year. Mandrake Linux 9.1 is the first significant update to the popular Linux distrib...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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