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Review: Logitech 2 Mp Portable Webcam C905
The C905 is a portable Webcam optimised for use with laptops and netbooks for those on the go.
Review: Sony A550 Digital SLR
Digital SLR enthusiasts have a serious new contender for their attention in the Sony A550.
Review: Ultimate Ears 700 Noise Isolating Earphones
Reportedly used by 75% of the world’s touring professional live performers, the Ultimate Ears 700 Noise Isolating Earphones are, thankfully, also available to general consumers.
Review: Gateway LT31 Netbook
Netbooks have seemingly gone about as small as they can go, so the new trend seems to be cramming more and more features into these typically features-light computers.
Review: IPod Nano
Historically Apple’s flagship ‘features-light’ iPod model, the iPod Nano, just got ‘features-heavy’, and with a price point that defies the number of features that have been crammed into such a small package.
Review: Logitech Cooling Pad N100
As someone with a laptop that’s prone to overheating and unexpectedly shutting down after a decent session.
Review: Windows 7
With Windows 7, there’s real evidence that Microsoft has truly listened to the many criticisms leveled at Windows Vista.
Review: Razer Megalodon Gaming Headphones
For many games, particularly first-person shooters, clear, multi-channel audio is absolutely vital if you wish to take your gaming to the next level of competitiveness.
Review: Panasonic Blu-Ray Disc Recorder - DMR-BW850
We’ve seen MySky and MyFreeview HD recorders that allow you to record television to the device’s hard drive, but the recorded media is then trapped on that hard drive.
Review: Uniden Trax 436
The Trax 436 is a 4.3-inch Widescreen GPS unit with Bluetooth and 3D terrain, and specific landmarks that pop up out of the map while you’re driving.
Review: TomTom One
TomTom’s ONE is its absolute entry-level GPS system, with a 3.5-inch touchscreen interface and Sensis WhereIS maps.
Review: TomTom One XL
The One XL is pretty much exactly what the name suggests; a larger 4.3-inch version of the simpler ONE GPS system with Bluetooth capability.
Review: Navman S150
The S150 is Navman’s mid-range offering in its Platinum S-Series. It features a fully touchscreen-driven interface on a 4.3-inch display screen, Bluetooth, spoken street names and lane guidance on motorways.
Review: Garmin Nuvi 765
The Nuvi 765 is a GPS with a 4.3-inch screen, Bluetooth, spoken street names and 3D landmarks.
Review: Garmin Nuvi 255
The Nuvi 255 is the Nuvi 765’s little brother in just about every respect, from the 3.5-inch screen to spoken street names, but with the omission of Bluetooth.
Review: IPod Shuffle
Apple’s third-generation, screen-free iPod Shuffle features ‘VoiceOver’ spoken track names, 4GB of storage and an even smaller, AA battery-sized enclosure, with all the controls residing in the headphones.
Review: Norton 360 3.0
Norton 360 3.0 combines Symantec’s Norton Internet Security Suite with PC cleanup tools and a backup utility in a simple interface.
Review: Asus EEE Top
ASUS’s Eee Top takes the all-in form factor of Apple’s iMac and marries it to a cheaper and lower-powered Intel Atom processor, as well as offering touchscreen capabilities.
Review: Razer Arctosa Keyboard
The Razer Arctosa’s main claim to fame is that it’s meant to be a ‘gaming’ keyboard, with specific support for features that high-end gamers might want, such as anti-ghosting to prevent missed keystrokes and the ability to record macros for complex functions.
Review: Apple IWork 09
Where iLife ‘09 plays on the fun side of the fence, iWork ‘09 is all business, offering upgrades to Pages (word processing), Numbers (spreadsheets) and Keynote (presentations).
Review: AOC Zifas 2218PH
AOC’s design idea is pretty obvious: its 22-inch monitor looks pretty much like a clone of Apple’s shiny but expensive Cinema Display monitors, right down to the Aluminium casing and stand.
Review: Logitech Harmony 1100I Remote Control
The Harmony 1100i is Logitech’s premium universal remote control within its Harmony range.
Review: Corsair Flash Survivor 32G
Flash drives are everywhere, and they’re pretty cheap – but with cheap comes the spectre of being incredibly fragile.
Review: Samsung Syncmaster 2243BWX 22IN
The 2243BWX features DVI and D-Sub connections, and has a thin bezel that makes the most of the screen space, as it draws the eye in.