LaCie products are well-known for their stylish looks, and this LaCie Hard Disk 500GB designer model is no exception
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Toshiba's HD-EP10 is a mid-range HD-DVD player. Although it includes several features above and beyond what the HD-E1 offers, it doesn't include the full bevy of options that the flagship model, the HD-XE1 does. Nevertheless, it represents an attract...
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With $799 you can buy a lot of things. It can get you 2663 soft serve MacDonald's ice cream cones for example, or 53 movie tickets. It also happens to be the price tag for Sennheiser's latest and greatest pair of noise-cancelling headphones, the PXC4...
Toshiba has been churning out Satellite A200 notebooks at an alarmingly prodigious rate, with no fewer than 12 models currently on the market. This latest cab off the rank attempts to outdo the majority of its siblings with a host of upgraded specs. ...
When you pull the Scorpio from its packaging, it's hard to believe that such a small component can hold up to 298GB of data. It's less than 1cm thick and its 2.5in form factor allows it to slot into any notebook that has a Serial ATA hard drive conne...
The Easy WebContent website-editing service more than lives up to its name. And it's inexpensive.
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It looks almost identical to its predecessor, but the latest Portege R400 hides one small feature that makes all the difference, a wireless 3G adapter. Unlike previous notebooks we've tested with 3G capabilities, this hybrid notebook and Tablet-PC ha...
Buying a new motherboard for an Intel-based system can be tough, as there are so many options to choose from. But this particular Gigabyte model seems to have all bases covered thanks to its support for DDR2 and DDR3 memory modules, as well as 45nm-b...
After the original launch of the HTC Touch back in 2007, HTC has sought improvement by releasing the Touch Dual. Although it may look similar to the original version, the Touch Dual is a different kettle of fish altogether, offering a slide out keybo...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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