The Hi-Grade Xperian looks gorgeous — more like an LCD TV than a PC, and not much bigger. This device deserves a place in the lounge where it can be shown off, rather than tucked out of sight in a back room.
NEC is the latest convert to the Tablet PC cause with its Versa T400. We saw a pre-production model of NEC’s take on Microsoft’s new platform.
Styled with acrylic and best orientated vertically, the pre-production Dream PC we saw packs all of the functionality expected of a mid-tower PC, plus the mobility, but without the expansion possibilities.
If your life is dominated by the television and its programs, MSI’s new card is here to rescue you. In addition to normal viewing, TV@nywhere promises timeshifting (pausing live TV), scheduled recording plus the ability to stream TV over a local netw...
Sony’s latest ultra-compact handycam, the DCR-PC105, features a new blue-grey metallic finish plus a vertical design which should fit more comfortably in your hand.
The GNOME 2 desktop environment was released over a year ago, and during that time version 2.2 has seen the light of day. The Ximian Desktop, a heavily modified version of GNOME for corporate and casual users, has been rebuilt for the GNOME 2 environ...
Nikons have a reputation of being cameras for the hard-core photographer, but the company’s new Coolpix models are targeted at the neophyte. I looked at a pre-production version of the $849 Coolpix 3100, a small, light and nicely designed 3.2-megapix...
People call PDA/mobile phone hybrids ‘smart phones’ for a reason: you have to be smart to use them. That’s certainly the case with the Palm Tungsten W.
If you’re a wretched digital photographer — or even a good one — Jasc’s Paint Shop Pro 8 and Roxio’s PhotoSuite 5 Platinum can help you fix your pics. The difference? Paint Shop Pro 8 takes some work to learn but gives ample help, whereas PhotoSuite ...
Only a few years ago, turning your PC into a movie-editing suite was a fairly ambitious enterprise. Now, however, in this world of DVD, FireWire, rocket-powered processors and gargantuan hard disks, video-editing is much less of a niche market.
Long before Flash and Dreamweaver, Director was Macromedia’s premiere application for multimedia, providing extensive tools for designing animation and interactive programs that could be distributed on CD-ROM and, later, across the Web.
A new crop of search engines tuned specifically to unearthing information from Weblogs and other news feeds are emerging to help simplify the process of searching and navigating Weblogs.
Canon’s MV600 range replaces its MV500 series of DV camcorders. The entry-level MV600i features a Canon 18x zoom lens and 360x digital zoom as well as a 2.5in colour LCD and colour viewfinder, seven recording modes and a night mode.
The compact DCRTRV19 offers a nice combination of features for a camcorder in this price range, with USB streaming video, a 10x optical Carl Zeiss zoom lens and sharp 2.5in LCD screen.
Camcorders have entered the world of DVD, with Hitachi introducing a range based on an 8cm Mini-DVD disc. The latest Hitachi DVD camcorder range now writes to DVD-R discs as well as DVD-RAM, and transfers video to the PC using a USB connection.
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I’d happily recommend this touchscreen laptop and Windows 10 as a great way to get serious work done at a desk or on the road.
First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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