After the past year's spate of survival TV shows, it's no real surprise to find the original castaway, Robinson Crusoe, being wheeled out, dusted down and repackaged for a new audience.
The Creative SoundBlaster Audigy Platinum eX is a well specified external sound card breakout box to make gamers, home entertainment buffs and musicians alike drool.
The Minolta Dimage 7 captures the highest resolution images yet, but our colour contrast results were mixed.
This sexy 18.1in SXGA TFT Active Matrix LCD in Titanium Grey Matte finish boasts a separate "media box in the same style as the 15in SDMN50. Suitable for PC and Macintosh.
The QPS Que SuperDisk 240MB Offers multiple options for the storage-deprived, but makes little sense for desktop users.
Retrospect Express is well suited to the single "user, home office or small business. It's easy to use, fast, fairly cheap and has features normally found in more expensive backup programs.
This software is a great safety net for everyday computing tasks, but it degrades "the performance of slower systems.
Works well as a CD emulator and is handy for gamers and travellers because you don't need "to carry the original CD-ROMs, but it is not must-have software.
Microsoft's overhauled desktop OS, Windows XP, is about to be unleashed on the world. It's big and requires plenty of system resources - it does run in 128MB, but only really becomes enjoyable with 256MB, a fast PIII/P4/Athlon CPU and a snappy graphi...
Highly desirable leather-bound PC car racing equipment incorporating world-renowned MOMO branding and design.
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Using a wireless network has obvious benefits: you can browse the Web and send e-mail without worrying about cables. Now PDA users can enjoy such advantages, thanks to new adapters for Palm, Handspring and Pocket PC PDAs that use the 802.11b wireless...
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This camera delivers excellent image quality and has unique Internet access abilities that could be useful for mobile work, though it might be expensive for people who don't need these features.
There are plenty of people who may not have vast computing expertise but who still want to try the Linux operating system for themselves. This Weekend Crash Course in Linux is the perfect manual for these people.
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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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My first impression after unboxing the Q702 is that it is a nice looking unit. Styling is somewhat minimalist but very effective. The tablet part, once detached, has a nice weight, and no buttons or switches are located in awkward or intrusive positions.
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