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Review: Clickfree Transformer Se
The Clickfree Transformer SE is a nifty little device that allows users to take advantage of their existing hard drives for use as a Clickfree device (instead of forking out for another 250GB drive).
Review: Norton Internet Security 2011
Norton’s latest offering goes beyond the traditional signature-based method of protection where incoming files and URLs are measured against a list of ‘known’ threats.
Review: Clickfree Traveler
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System Shock 2
Guest columnist Gerard Campbell, Stuff.co.nz's Game Junkie, casts his mind back to the horror of System Shock 2
Hitman Hart: Wrestling with shadows
"It is without a doubt the most honest and thought provoking documentary about the pro-wrestling industry ever made."
The Grudge: White Ghost, Black Ghost
Not only do the Japanese produce arguably the best contemporary horror movies in the world, there’s just something about watching another culture’s subtitled take on our most primal fears that intensifies the experience
Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Osborne House
Everybody's favourite detective is back in Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Osborne House
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
Those who rejoice at the altar of Dragon Quest (you know who you are) will be squealing at the advent of the ninth instalment to its RPG kingdom.
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
Lara Croft's last three Tomb Raider outings, while better than the lacklustre Angels of Darkness on the PS2, still left her looking a bit old and haggard.
Red Dead Redemption: Legends and Killers
Following the single-player experience, Red Dead Redemption poses a raft of multiplayer shenanigans to keep the player occupied, and Rockstar just keeps topping your cup up.
Tom Clancy's Hawx 2
TOM CLANCY'S FLIGHTCOMBAT FRANCHISE TAKES AS MANY STEPS BACKWARDS AS IT DOES FORWARDS IN ITS SECOND OUTING.
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
ITS PREDECESSOR WAS PANNED, BUT DOG DAYS MAKES MOVES TO DISTANCE ITSELF FROM THE PACK AND ACHIEVES MODERATE SUCCESS.
Madden NFL 11
THE 11TH OUTING OF FOOTBALL'S FINEST BRINGS SOME NEW TRICKS THAT ARE BOUND TO PLEASE FANS OF THE FRANCHISE.
Dead Rising 2
THE FLAWS OF THE FIRST HAVE BEEN FIXED, RESULTING IN A FAR MORE PLEASANT EXPERIENCE. BUT WHERE'S THE FEAR?
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
OLD-SCHOOL CASTLEVANIA MEETS GOD OF WAR MEETS… TOMB RAIDER AND LORD OF THE RINGS?
CHRIS LEGGETT WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO GET A COMPREHENSIVE HANDS-ON SESSION WITH THE MOST RECENT BUILD OF FABLE III
Apple iPhone 4
We review the smartphone that everybody is talking about Apple's iPhone 4
Review: Pro Tools Recording Studio With M-Audio
Two things are certain when it comes to Pro Tools.
Review: Dell 1133 Laser Printer
Printers are an often necessary but sometimes debilitating expense, and often you have to go the whole hog in order to get a quality machine.
Review: LG E2340V
Functionally, the E2340V is hard to fault. It bears a striking, full-HD 1080p LCD image with LED backlighting for vibrant colours and deep blacks.
Review: Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate Collection
This video-editing software really does include all the extras: bundled in with the usual software and manuals is a large green cloth, but I’ll get to that in a minute.
Review: Navman MY65T
We took a look at Navman’s MY500XT back in January, and concluded that a couple of small problems held it back from greatness.
Review: Dell Vostro V13 Netbook
You know when two pages of a book stick together and you have a temporary difficulty prising them apart?
Review: Logitech Professional Presenter R800
Chances are that you’ve seen at least a few PowerPoint presentations that haven’t quite gone to plan, be it hardware error or human.