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Lenovo 3000 N100 (0768-A31)

The Lenovo 3000 N100 notebook is available in a number of configurations. Lenovo sent us two versions for testing: the 0768-A27 and the 0768-A31. The N100 0768- A31 has a slower processor, a lower quality display and less hard drive space than the [[...

Philips 42PF9831

Philips is an interesting technology company. Their innovations seem geared toward making technology more accessible while also attaining a high standard. When it came time to review the 42 inch 42PF9831 LCD television we had to momentarily put aside...

Pyramat S2000 Sound Rocker

Some people don't realise that audio is just as important as visuals when playing video games. Clear audio and realistic bass can envelope a player and draw them into the game world. Playing with television speakers may be enough for the average play...

WowWee RoboReptile

There is one undeniable fact of life that every man, woman and child on this planet cannot escape - robots are cool! The runaway success of the Robosapien last Christmas proves that Australians are well aware of this fact. In the wake of this robo-cr...

Samsung LA32R7WDX

Samsung has consistently produced high quality LCD televisions in the past and the 32 inch LA32R7WDX is no exception. With clear and vibrant images and an attractive design, it is sure to win hearts and apart from a few minor issues, we were quite im...

Samsung LA32R71B

Samsung has consistently produced high quality LCD televisions in the past and the 32 inch LA32R71B is no exception. With clear and vibrant images and an attractive design, it is sure to win hearts and apart from a few minor issues, we were quite imp...

Las Vegas in a T-Shirt

At IFA 2006 in Berlin, Philips showed off the latest incarnation of their Lumalive fabric technology. Lumalive integrates light emitting diodes (LED) into fabrics which can then be used in a wide range of applications. On show at IFA were clothing ...

ASUS S6 Leather

The ASUS S6 is the first leather covered notebook seen on the market. The unit combines ultra-portability with mid-market performance, but has a designer price tag to match its designer looks.

Sandisk Sansa e260

In a landscape full of iPod clones and poorly implemented media players, the 4GB Sansa e260 is a welcome change. With an attractive look, excellent functionality, drag and drop file transfers and Windows Media Player synchronisation it is a good opti...

Samsung YP-U2

Thanks to the iPod, the explosion of MP3 players has hit critical mass. With manufacturers all clamouring for a piece of the pie, the options for the consumer are wide and varied. The objective should be to create a unique and interesting product, ei...

Sony Picture Station DPP-FP55

Of the two dye sublimation photo printers in the Sony Picture Station range, the DPP-FP55 is the more costly, high-end model. With extra features including image editing and both SD Card and Memory Stick compatibility, we were interested to discover ...

Pioneer PDP-5000EX

True to their name, Pioneer has brought to market the world's first 1080p plasma display panel aimed squarely at AV purists and early adopters - the PDP-5000EX. Easily the best plasma panel currently on the market, its incredible image quality revea...

Eneloop

Sanyo invited us to check out their new range of rechargeable batteries launched the other week, called Eneloop. While the thought of a new range of batteries doesn't exactly make me jump for joy, I was curious to see what all the hoopla was about. ...

DViCO TViX HD M5000A

With High Definition video and television booming as we move into the HD era, video file sizes are growing exponentially. As such, storing the plethora of video, music and images that quickly clog valuable hard drive space becomes a problem. The DV...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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