It was with a little trepidation that we received Creative's new media player, the 30GB Zen Vision:M. Having reviewed the <a href=" http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212637;pid;401;pt;1 " target="new">Creative Zen Vision</a> previou...
ATI looks to be teeing up its latest batch of graphics chips so here's a little glimpse of what the new-look Radeons promise to deliver. Enter the X1800 XL, which opens the door to an entirely new ATI architecture.
Replacing the older Sony high definition model, the <a href=" http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212607;pid;414;pt;1"target="new">DST-HD100</a>, the DST-HD500 both expands and improves upon its predecessor. While it still has a few i...
The Australian edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica Ultimate Reference Suite 2006 is an impressive resource. Available as a single DVD or multiple CD set, it's actually three products rolled into one. Primarily, it includes the Encyclopaedia Britt...
Coming in with a slightly different sound to the <a href=http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212603;pid;1292;pt;1 target="new">HD600s</a> that we reviewed earlier, the Sennheiser HD595s nonetheless exhibit elements of the traditional ...
Anyone that's ever lost data from a hardware failure knows how frustrating - and depressing - it can be to have to rebuild lost files, emails, tax information and contact lists from scratch. Though PC experts have banged on about it for years, backup...
High definition content screams from the new 32 inch Sharp Aquos. This is certainly the best LCD TV available on the market and an absolute ecstatic pleasure to use
The W900i Walkman phone is the first foray by Sony Ericsson into the 3G market and while the transition is quite smooth, it isn't without its hiccups - most notably a slower interface and a large, bulky frame.
Previously the flagship model of Sennheiser's headphone range (excluding the infamous HE90, which can cost upwards of $15,000 in the Orpheus combination), the HD600s now play second fiddle to the HD650s. Despite no longer being top dog however, thes...
It's no secret that software firewalls are less secure than hardware versions as they're prone to viruses, and can be disabled by malicious software. Danish software developer, Danware, has taken an interesting and unique approach to circumvent the p...
The Microsoft Office package has dominated the office productivity market for so long now that when a new iteration is released it takes quite a bit of convincing before people choose to upgrade. The focus in the 2003 edition is not just on producti...
Sony's ACID Music Studio 6 is another great addition to the ACID software family, allowing users to create loops, record live instruments, master tracks and burn compositions. ACID users may range from novice to the professional audio producer, which...
The Creative TravelSound 400 is one of the many portable speaker systems for digital music players floating around on the market. If you're looking for convenience of a small and compact sound system to carry with you when you travel, then this may b...
Symantec's flagship security product aimed at the desktop has undergone a substantial - upgrade for 2006. The application blends a firewall, spam filter, virus and worm protection, email and instant messenger scanning into a single application and is...
The Creative Live! Ultra for Notebooks holds a lot of potential, boasting excellent construction, portable design, adequate 'extras', and two unique features - a wide 76º camera angle, and 'face tracking' technology. However, this little webcam just ...
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