The days when you were stuck with the plain-vanilla keyboard that came with your desktop PC are long gone. Stylish, sleek, and sporty keyboards to fit all lifestyles and ergonomic preferences are now available.
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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...
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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.
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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...
In the June print issue of PC World Magazine (on page 98) we looked at Intel’s new high-end Desktop platform for the Pentium 4 CPU, which is the Intel 875P chipset.
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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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