Even if the overall package does succumb to a number of shortcomings, the Foxtel Now box still feels like a significant step forward for the brand and as close to a must-have as Foxtel customers are going to get.
Google has announced a new layer for its Google Earth application: Ancient Rome 3D. The layer allows users to move through a virtual rendering of Ancient Rome as it looked in 320 AD. The new historical layer sports information about locations of hist...
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An all-in-router saves space, consumes less power outlets and is relatively easy to configure compared to individual components. This particular unit from Linksys possesses such convenience.
While it certainly isn't cheap, the Inspiron 9400 is Dell's budget replacement for those not willing to go all-out on the XPS range, but still have some money to spend. With a 17in (1920x1200) screen and weighing 3.7kg (without the PSU), this can be ...
For mobility, power, cost and battery-life the Dell Inspiron 640m is a nice little package that shouldn't be overlooked. Our worst-case scenario battery tests (playing a DVD) lasted for 156mins, which is one of the best results out of all the noteboo...
The well-built Sentia m3400 from Alienware has some get-up and go for its size, but falls to its knees on price. The keyboard and touchpad were comfortable and responsive, and the chassis was sturdy without being too heavy (2.5kgs without power suppl...
BenQ's latest release, the S61 v30, is the only 12.1in notebook we've seen to come with a built-in digital TV tuner. It weighs just 1.65kgs, has a 12.1in screen with a 1200x800 resolution and a slim optical drive bay, yet it's remarkably portable.
Systems based on the BTX form factor are a rarity, primarily because only Intel motherboards are available in this form factor, and there aren't many of them out there. BTX was introduced by Intel to improve system cooling. In this form factor the CP...
Netgear has turned to the power of Airgo's third-generation True MIMO (multiple in, multiple out) chipset for its new RangeMax 240 wireless router, which aims to provide fast wireless transfer speeds.
The Acer Ferrari 4006 has a superior build quality to the manufacturer's other notebook models. It uses carbon fibre for the chassis and a rubberised coating, which gives it an almost leather-like feel.
If you paid top dollar for hi-fi speakers for your MP3 player, why do your tunes still sound decidedly lo-fi? It's because the audio output still depends on the quality of the music files you use. The quality of a file is determined by its bit rate, ...
Pioneer's latest optical drive has placed the company back on top in our Best Buys charts. It produced excellent quality burns and didn't falter once in any of our tests, making it a marked improvement over the last Pioneer drive we looked at, the DV...
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The printer was convenient, produced clear and vibrant images and was very easy to use
I would recommend this device for families and small businesses who want one safe place to store all their important digital content and a way to easily share it with friends, family, business partners, or customers.
It’s easy to set up, it’s compact and quiet when printing and to top if off, the print quality is excellent. This is hands down the best printer I’ve used for printing labels.
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