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Review: Logitech Speaker System Z313
The Logitech Speaker System Z313 is designed to provide high quality audio to devices that are otherwise not equipped to deliver it themselves.
Review: Dell Inspiron 15R
Dell’s Inspiron line of mid-end laptops has received a major upgrade with the release of the 15R.
Review: Tom Tom XXL 550
The latest TomTom GPS navigation device to hit the New Zealand market isn’t too dissimilar from earlier models (such as the TomTom Go 730) in itself. There is, of course, the much larger screen; at 5 inches, the 550’s display is the largest of the TomTom range to date. Not only does this added real estate mean that your routes are clearer to see, but touchscreen input is that much easier to boot.
Review: Sony Walkman Nwz-W252
This one’s for the joggers out there: a hands-free mp3 player perfect for those who like to listen to music while they run but don’t want a bulky player either in their hands or bouncing around in their pockets.
Review: Aoc E936SWA Widescreen Led Monitor
The latest widescreen monitor from AOC touts its green credentials; it’s 100% mercury-free which reduces its environmental impact considerably.
Review: Acronis Disk Director 11
Here’s a tool for maximising your computer’s disk space – something previously the realm of the tech-savvy only – in the most user-friendly manner possible.
Review: Belkin Play Max Wireless Router
Belkin’s new line of wireless N routers supports a range of apps that allow you to conduct multimedia operations even if you computer is turned off.
Review: Samsung Led 3d Tv Series 7
The concern that many critics have with the impending 3D TV phenomenon is the initial lack of 3D content.
With our inescapable reliance on a range of electronic gadgets, wireless power is certainly a technological Holy Grail.
Review: Samsung 3d Blu-Ray Player Bd-C6900
If you’re planning on watching full 3D content (at least in the short term and until local broadcasters go ahead with 3D programming) then you’ll need a 3D Blu-ray player.
Review: Livescribe Pulse Smartpen
In a nutshell, this device allows you to synch recorded audio to your written notes.
Review: Blackbox I10 Noise-Cancelling Earphones
Blackbox’s new I10 earphones for iPod use an active noise-cancellation system to ensure that your music listening is unhindered as much as possible by background noise, making them ideal for plane trips.
Review: AVG Internet Security 9.0
The latest version of AVG’s Internet security suite is faster than its predecessor in every way, with shorter boot-up and scan times.
Review: Norton Internet Security 2010
Norton Internet Security 2010 uses intelligence pulled from its unparalleled network of over 130 million users to identify malware using a real-time reputation system.
Review: Kaspersky Internet Security 2010
It’s a breeze to install and with its basic interface, user-friendliness is clearly high on the agenda for Kaspersky’s latest entry into the security suite arena.
Beaterator may be on the PSP (with versions coming for iPhone and iPod Touch), but it’s no game – that’s why you’re not seeing this within Game Console’s pages.
Review: Bamboo Pen and Touch
The Bamboo Pen and Touch is essentially a touch-sensitive tablet that allows you not only to draw as if with a pen (using the Bamboo Pen stylus), but also to drive your whole computer interface.
Bitdefender Total Security 2010
From the very start, BitDefender Total Security 2010 profiles what kind of user you are – a casual user, a gamer, even your technical ability among other things.
Review: Aiss010 All-In-One Entertainment Unit
The AISS010 combines everything: speakers, subwoofers, an FM radio, iPod dock (audio only), DVD, USB and SD card inputs, all in one competitively priced unit.
For the first time, the PlayStation Portable is truly portable. At 128 x 16.5 x 69 mm, the new PSPgo will slip comfortably into your pocket.
Review: Paperport 12 Professional
If you’re the type that hoards lots of documents – be they invoices, tax receipts or otherwise – then PaperPort 12 is certainly worth a look.
Review: Tom Tom Go 730
The major addition to the GO 730 from last year’s 720 model is its IQ Routes technology, which takes other factors into account when calculating the fastest route to your destination.
Review: Flip Mino Hd
The Flip MinoHD is a dedicated video recording device that allows you to record in 720p high-definition.
Review: Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft’s free solution, Security Essentials, is a mere 4.7MB download at most, and installation is straightforward and painless.