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This Clock Pongs!!

This little gadget has been floating round the net for a few months now, but it's so cool that we thought we'd share it with all of you. A Dutch design company, Buro Vormkrijjgers has developed an inventive new clock implementing the game pong.

Audio Technica A500

Our first impressions of Audio Technica's A500 were that they were at the opposite end of the headphone spectrum to the AD300's we reviewed earlier. After a more thorough listening session however, we discovered the 500s shared many of the same exqu...

Audio Technica ATH-AD300

Headphones are a tough thing to buy. For some, the concept of spending more than $50 on a pair boggles the mind, whilst a persistent few are happy to shell out hundreds or thousands of dollars to get a top quality audio setup. There is however a mi...

Samsung Digimax i50

The big buzz-word in the technology world over the last few years has been 'convergence'. The amalgamation of different devices has brought together everything, from DVD players to hard disks, fridges and computers, all in a glorious symphony of mul...

Kodak Easyshare One

A few weeks ago we got our hands on <a href=http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;453571652;pid;1118;pt;1 target="new">Nikon's Coolpix P2</a>, a digital camera with wireless transmission capabilities. Shortly afterwards, we recieved Sony's...

Logitech MX610

Logitech's MX610 is the desktop equivalent of the G5. It is billed as the world's first "smart mouse", attributed to the small microprocessor housed inside that is capable of relaying information in a two-way stream, instead of merely outputting dat...

Microsoft Wireless Media Centre Keyboard

Home theatres have slowly made the evolution from grey, ugly, boxy devices to sleek funky home entertainment units. Thus, they need equally funky control systems to keep things looking good. Enter the Windows Media Centre keyboard. Microsoft has d...

Claritas CTS1000

The Claritas CTS1000 had a huge presence at the 2005 Home Entertainment Expo. A high end media centre PC that sported a most alluring one terabyte of storage (that's one thousand gigabytes), it was definitely on more than one reviewer's wish list.

Denon PMA-2000AE

The Denon PMA-2000AE is a huge piece of machinery. It weighs more than most televisions and takes some real muscle to even pick up. As an analogue audio amplifier, we were expecting some serious sound quality and we were not disappointed in that re...

Olympus E-500

The camera market is as crowded as ever and with many digital SLR models drifting below the coveted $1000 price point, advanced point and shoots are struggling to remain competitive. Cameras like the Olympus E-500 only make this more difficult. Fal...

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-N1

Recently we reviewed the Samsung i50, a camera that combined two of the most popular digital devices on the market - a camera and an MP3 player and in our opinion the amalgamation was less than successful. Today we're looking at Sony's latest conve...

WowWee RoboRaptor

It was with sadness that we slowly packaged up the <a href=http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212944;pid;1087;pt;1 target="new">Robosapien</a>, and sent it back off to WowWee. We tried to fill the void it left with cameras, computer...

Nintendo DS

The Nintendo DS is the much hyped new handheld console from Nintendo, and competitor to the Sony's PSP. Whilst Nintendo have stated the DS is not a Gameboy replacement, for all intents and purposes it is a more powerful handheld console, and thus wi...

Samsung Pro815

The Pro815 is the long awaited advanced digital camera from Samsung. We can think of no word more suitable to describe it than gargantuan as Samsung has managed to grab several digital camera size records with a single model. Unfortunately, despite...

Nikon Coolpix L1

We aren't entirely sure what Nikon were aiming to achieve with their Coolpix L1. Its height and length would almost lend it towards being an ultra-compact model, but it is one of the widest models we've laid out hands on in recent months, with a nug...

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