In the April 2007 issue of PC World, available now:
The Web's most useful sites
Online alternatives to desktop apps are booming. We review the best of these new Web-based services.
How to use YouTube
It's one of the fastest growing sites on the Internet. With our helpful advice and simple workshops, you'll be creating masterpieces in no time.
From mid-range to enthusiast graphics cards to choose from, we list the best that would meet anyone's needs.
Broadband On the go
Net access crawling? There's no need to cramp your style online: we pick your best mobile broadband options.
The ultimate FAQ
PC World solves common PC problems to keep your system out of trouble.
Industry news -- Important issues and events in the world of IT.
Quick takes -- Previewing the hottest new high tech each month.
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- PC: HP TouchSmart IQ770 PC
- Notebook: Acer TravelMate 6465WLMi; Tablet PC: Toshiba Portege R400
- HDD storage: Western Digital WD1600AAJS
- SATA DVD storage: ASUS DRW-1814BLT
- Projector: Toshiba TDP-FF1AU
- Ultraportable PC: Fujitsu LifeBook P1610
- PCs: MiTAC MIC2D63120DLH; NEC Powermate X8500
- Internet radio: Terratec Noxon iRadio
- TV Tuner: DViCO FusionHDTV DVB-T Dual Digital 4
- Colour laser printer: Konica Minolta Magicolor 2500W
- PDA: Hewlett-Packard iPAQ rx4240
- Smartphone: Palm Treo 680
- VoIP: Logitech Cordless Internet Handset
- Digital cameras: Nikon D40; Canon PowerShot G7
- LCD monitors: Dell UltraSharp 2707WFP; ViewSonic VG2030wm
- Web design tool: NetObjects Fusion 10.0
- Internet security suite: Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security 2007
- Image editing software: Acronis True Image 10.0 Home; Sony Photo Go 1.0
- Palm office suite: Dataviz Documents To Go Premium Edition 9
- Image editing software: Sharpcast Photos
- Helpscreen: Your PC questions answered
- Hassle-free PC: Free software to give XP a Vista look
- Bugs & fixes: MS Word and Acrobat vulnerable
- Internet: Jump on the eBay bandwagon
- Imaging: Give new life to old family photos
- Networking: Set up remote access with XP
- Windows: Adjust your settings to fit your health
- Business: Automate tedious tasks by using macro