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InFocus IN74

The InFocus IN74 home entertainment DLP projector fits the bill if you are looking for a projector that performs well when watching DVDs. The unit accepts high-definition input, however reproduction of the projected images after scaling is not the eq...

Baumann Meyer DT3220

In a design departure from last year's DT2600, Baumann Meyer has come to market with a more traditional bottom speaker design on their DT3220. The 32-inch television performed impeccably in our high definition tests and would make any HD user supreme...

DViCO Fusion DVB-T Nano

DViCO, world renowned for making high quality digital tuner cards, has recently created their most interesting product to date. The DVB-T Nano is a high definition TV tuner roughly the size of the average USB memory stick. It has all the functionali...

Joytech Nitro Racing Wheel

Trying to find a high quality racing wheel is a hard task at best. Many wheels don't work as well as you would expect with unresponsive and unrealistic turning and poor pressure in the foot pedals. The Joytech Nitro Racing Wheel bucks the trend with ...

Nintendo DS Lite

All hail Nintendo! Every time our faith in Nintendo has been rocked, they have bounced back strongly. The DS Lite brings new appeal to Nintendo's handheld flagship.

Fujitsu P63XHA51

Large screen televisions are one of the most popular product categories on the site. Consequently we've reviewed a lot of large-screen televisions including DLP rear projection systems and even an exclusive review of the Sharp 65 inch LCD. Fujitsu pr...

Plantronics GameCom X30 for Xbox 360

In the previous iteration of the Xbox, arguably the best headset made for online communication came from Plantronics. Released in conjunction with Halo 2, the Halo Communicator was highly sought after and widely regarded as combining a comfortable de...

Plantronics GameCom X30 for Xbox 360

In the previous iteration of the Xbox, arguably the best headset made for online communication came from Plantronics. Released in conjunction with Halo 2, the Halo Communicator was highly sought after and widely regarded as combining a comfortable de...

Microsoft Play and Charge Kit for Xbox 360

One new and supremely useful feature of the Xbox 360 game console is the wireless controllers. However, as with any wireless device, power management is a concern. Running on a set of AA batteries, the controller lasts about 40 hours before you need ...

Microsoft Xbox 360 Communicator

Among the many secrets Microsoft tried to keep before launching the Xbox 360 was the redesigned communicator headset. The original Xbox headset was a unique design but was notorious for breaking easily.

Adobe Audition 2.0

When it comes to audio creation and editing, Adobe's Audition software has been through hard times of late. Evolving from a nifty program called Cool Edit Pro, many users have complained about lack of functionality in some areas and counter-intuitive...

HP Photosmart 475

Back in June last year we took a look at the HP [[prodid:279]] photo printer. It produced quite reasonable prints but they came at a relatively high cost. Nearly a year later HP has released the Photosmart 475, the next model in this series. The desi...

Sharp LC65G5X - Australian Exclusive Review

Our continuing obsession with massive televisions has lead us to the promised land. We have reviewed all manner of giant televisions ranging from the LG [[prodid:1439]] right through to the ridiculously huge Samsung [[prodid:1744]] and while they h...

Activision Guitar Hero

There was a period back in the late 80s, when the toy industry spawned a series of electronic musical instruments. They were all the rage and just what every kid wanted in their Christmas stocking. Hit Sticks were electronic drum sticks that played...

Activision Guitar Hero

There was a period back in the late 80s, when the toy industry spawned a series of electronic musical instruments. They were all the rage and just what every kid wanted in their Christmas stocking. Hit Sticks were electronic drum sticks that played...

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STYLISTIC Q702

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

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STYLISTIC Q572

For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.

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The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint.

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STYLISTIC Q702

The screen was particularly good. It is bright and visible from most angles, however heat is an issue, particularly around the Windows button on the front, and on the back where the battery housing is located.

Simon Harriott

STYLISTIC Q702

My first impression after unboxing the Q702 is that it is a nice looking unit. Styling is somewhat minimalist but very effective. The tablet part, once detached, has a nice weight, and no buttons or switches are located in awkward or intrusive positions.

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