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Review: Fuji Xerox ColorQube 8570
There's two normal types of business printers, laser and inkjet. However, Xerox has been quietly plugging away with a different style of printer, a solid ink printer.
Review: HP ENVY TouchSmart 15 Notebook PC
The HP ENVY TouchSmart is the latest notebook from HP that has a touchscreen in order to open up the capabilities of Windows 8. HP have gone all out with Beats Audio and a whopping 1TB drive, so how good is it?
Review: Locker Password Security
There’s a million password security and token systems out there, what makes Locker an RSA killer?
How to set-up Twitch in New Zealand
So what does a gamer do when they've finished fragging on COD? Why not watch someone else doing it!
How to use iTunes Radio in New Zealand
With the release of iOS 7, you’re probably wondering where iTunes Radio is? Here is a how-to guide on using an US iTunes account in NZ.
Review: Trend Micro Maximum Security 2014 Mac
Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2014 is not just an antivirus, but offers a range of cloud based protection for your Windows PC, Macintosh computer or Android device.
How to get your computer/internet streaming services on your TV
Getting streaming services on your TV is very easy, with applications available for most devices across a range of streaming services.
Best streaming sites
With the introduction of Quickflix, Premier League Pass and now Ezyflix, streaming sites are coming to New Zealand. However, there's plenty of existing streaming sites out there which allows you to access some great media.
How to access BBC iPlayer from New Zealand
Here’s how to access BBC's iPlayer from here in New Zealand so you can watch many more BBC programs.
Review: Suunto M5 Watch
A heart rate monitor aimed at the fitness enthusiasts out there, coming with a USB Movestick which allows for the wireless transfer of your workout data to the movescount website.
How to watch US Netflix here in NZ
Watching premium television has become increasingly more expensive in New Zealand.
Review: Belkin Tablet Stage
The Belkin Tablet Stage is a simple device, yet brings functionality to the classroom that could change the way children are educated in our schools. Apple have been making a play for the education market in the US with iOS textbooks. The Belkin Tablet Stand has that potential here.
Review: Toshiba Kira Ultrabook
The Toshiba Kira Ultrabook is a laptop that aims to revitalise Toshiba's premium reputation. Its top of the range Kira series does a good job of putting other ultrabooks in the shade.
Review: Corel VideoStudio Pro Ultimate X6
VideoStudio Pro X6 by Corel is a video editing application designed to bring professional grade capabilities to the home user in an easy to use package.
Review: Sandisk Extreme II SSD (240Gb)
The SanDisk Extreme II SSD is the latest SSD to throw its hat in the ring to try to tempt performance users away from the traditional HDD.
Review: Nuance PDF Converter Professional 8
Nuance PDF Converter Professional 8 is a well-known alternative to Adobe’s PDF offering.
Review: Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 Premium
Pitching itself as having 99% accuracy out of the box, Nuance’s Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 claims to perform reasonably well if training is completed and the appropriate corrections are made.
Review: Sandisk Ultra Plus SSD 256GB
The Sandisk Ultra Plus SSD is a midrange SSD aimed at the consumer market and offers double the storage space for a similar cost to the ‘performance’ SSDs.