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LogMeIn is very simple and easy to use and is an ideal service for less experienced users
GoToMyPC is just as easy to use as LogMeIn and marginally more secure.
With a SIM card facility and 3.5G antenna built in, as well as WACOM touch-screen technology, this sub-2kg tablet-convertible notebook is very easy to use and fully-equipped to connect to the Internet using a mobile data plan.
The E800 is Compro's PCI Express x1-based hybrid TV tuner. It's easy to install, has plenty of features, but its software still has many of the same quirks we've seen before.
Carrying an 8.1-megapixel sensor and a manual shooting mode, Nikon's latest advanced camera, the P60 is a pretty good unit for more experienced photographers. It captures reasonably impressive images and packs a 5x optical zoom as well as image stabi...
BenQ's W5000 HT Projector is more expensive than models with competing specifications on paper, but it justifies its price-tag by its brilliant picture quality. The projector delivers a very even colour with a very slight tinge towards greens, althou...
Boasting the ability to work with both the iPod and the yet to be released in Australia iPhone, Belkin's latest FM transmitter continues the use of ClearScan technology which automatically find the clearest FM station.
The Galaxy 9600GT OverClocked (OC) is one of the latest graphics cards to use NVIDIA's ninth generation GeForce GPU (graphics processing unit). Aimed primarily at casual gamers, this factory overclocked edition falls into the upper echelon of mainstr...
The GPS navigation market continues to grow and Sony Ericsson has seen fit to delve into this popular category with the release of the HGE-100 - a simple add on that turns most Sony Ericsson phones into a personal navigation system.
The GZ-MG465B is an upscale standard definition camcorder equipped with a 60GB hard drive. With its 1.07 megapixel CCD sensor, MicroSD memory card slot and 32x optical zoom, it is sufficiently equipped to satisfy the casual videographer. However, at ...
The push for more CPU cores is all well and good for users who can't get enough power to run render their videos, but many of us don't need that much grunt in our PCs, especially for simple tasks such as loading music onto an MP3 player, browsing the...
Adobe Media Player not only rivals Apple's Quicktime and Microsoft's Windows Media Player, but also provides on-demand video content such as episodes of 'CSI: Miami' and 'CSI: New York', along with other feature programming and music videos.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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