The Epson RX650 is another addition to Epson's line of multifunction photo printers. We were reasonably impressed with the package as a whole, offering great print quality, adequate speed and a nice bundle of features that really make this unit a gr...
Home Theatre projector prices have dropped quite dramatically in the last year and DLP projectors in particular have become very affordable. The Mitsubishi Electric HC3000 seems to fly in the face of this trend with a high price tag but considering ...
Last year we reviewed an interesting handset from French manufacturer Sagem, the <a href="http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212598;pid;1108;pt;1" target="new">VS2</a>. Running exclusively on the Vodafone Simply network, the <a href=...
When we first looked at a model in Sony's RDR-HX series we liked what we saw. Especially the intelligent chaptering feature - which can automatically skip ads in recorded TV - and the speedy, higher capacity dual-layer DVD format for recording to dis...
Gloriously clutter-free, Google Talk's beta gives you text and voice messaging, smooth integration with Gmail, rudimentary customisation options... and that's about it. To try Google Talk you need an account with Gmail - or Google Mail as we are now ...
Webcams are a popular product, as the ability to see a person live from the other side of the planet is something special. Anyware Computer Accessories has recognized that children make up an increasingly large proportion of webcam users and has deve...
We're rather wary about lesser known brands that make their way into the GoodGearGuide Test Centre. Even though you pay more for brand names, you can (usually) expect a fairly decent standard of quality and reliability from branded manufacturers, whe...
VoIP (voice over IP) is a neat way of making free or low-cost calls via your PC. It has finally come into its own, having been floating around for a handful of years waiting for both decent-speed broadband and us punters to catch on to its charms.
Lexmark's new X8350 is a solid entry into the all-in-one photo printing category. Offering extremely quick text printing, with average photo printing at an affordable price it will fit well into most people's home photography setups.
The HP Officejet 7410 All-in-One has all the features of <href=" http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;1188229224;pid;340;pt;1">HP's Officejet 7210</a> and then adds some, making it an excellent fit for a small office.
We have been pining for a DLP Rear Projection TV to come along and prove to us that DLP can look good. So far our sad and naive devotion to this dream has gone unrewarded. When setting up the Toshiba 62CM9UA we had almost given up hope but once we ...
Wireless internet connectivity has the potential to dramatically change both the way we work and also where we work, offering users the convenience relatively fast speeds at while on the move. While the vast majority of today's notebooks ship with wi...
The MC50 from Symbol Technologies is directly targeted at medium to large enterprise consumers to cater for mobile computing applications. Symbol is best known for their data scanning and reading products, and the MC50 continues this theme, one versi...
With computer vendors targeting the lounge room, it wasn't going to be too long until home theatre vendors hit back with their own products addressing the digital lifestyle trend.
Whilst not a powerhouse of printing, the Xerox 203A offers a solid and above all affordable option for people printing a mass of documents. Print speed is above average, the quality is all but flawless and it has a very manageable footprint making i...
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