Looking for some information on that latest piece of hardware/software or keen to see products matched up against their competitors? Have some technology questions that no one can ever answer? The following sites answer these questions plus a whole lot more and will point you in the right direction.
The Australian one-man review machine, Daniel Rutter, goes to great lengths to review products sent to him. His opinion is trusted greatly within the online community and his word is treated as gospel.
No technical question is deemed by Dan to be too hard or obscure. Why not email him with your own queries if you can't find the answer through conventional methods? Check the letters section for examples of some of the questions that have stumped many before us and see how, with great ease, Dan rattles off answers like a machine gun spitting out bullets.
Overclockers Australia is an excellent site if you are interested in anything and everything to do with technology. Providing links for interesting news in the gaming and technology world, plus links to comparative and stand-alone reviews, this is a great site to keep you up to date.
Want more user interaction? Overclockers Australia has created an exceptional online community through their forums and gives all their members a chance to voice their opinion. There are also chances to meet up with other fellow members in the various outings/meetings that are organised - a great reason to get out from behind that PC!
Similar to Overclockers Australia but sporting an overseas flavour, [H]ard|OCP has been around for some time. Reviewing products independently and listing links for news on upcoming and current technologies is this site's forte. The forums featured here are also a large part of this site, where you can gather info about any type of hardware. The How-to articles here on case modding, overclocking and upgrading are great tools to help the novice users amongst us.
Proving how much we trust their content, we use [H]ard|OCP's UT2003 benchmark to test our notebooks and PCs in the Test Centre every month.