When you talk anti-virus software pretty much everyone has heard of Norton Anti-Virus. While Symantec's anti-virus suite is very good and overtly popular, there is a quiet achiever available for download from the internet that is updated more freque...
Klipsch make some of the sexiest home theatre and 2.1 PC speakers on the market. Their <a href="http://www.klipsch.com">website</a> is an audiophile's wet dream with a wide array of speakers catering to just about any audio usage you can imagine. W...
Every once in a while we are greeted with a product that makes us question what exactly the engineers were thinking. The Samsung Digimax V700 is one such device. Samsung haven't had much luck with their previous forays into the world of digital pho...
Toshiba's 60GB Gigabeat X60 is an MP3 player with support for displaying images. Nothing new about that you think. Well, you'd be right. There really isn't anything especially exciting about this player. While it's an improvement on the previous Gig...
The DCS-5300G offers the functionality of a traditional closed circuit television camera in a portable form with the additional bonus of web based access. While it may not sport a rugged design (you're not going to get away with keeping it outside fo...
This rather frightening looking device is one for all you James Bond wannabes out there. Although it may look like something 007 would whip out of his back pocket to dispense with a gang of bad guys, the Netcomm Infrared IP Camera isn't actually a le...
Sony has blitzed its DVD-burning competition with the release of the DRU-810A - the fastest dual-layer burner we have tested.
Collectorz.com consistently produces great collection management database software and Game Collector is no exception. Targeted squarely at gamers with huge game collections, Game Collector Pro keeps track of all your games across all the major cons...
As the priciest mouse currently on the market and the flagship model for Logitech's G series, the G7 has some hefty expectations to live up to. For this price we were really expecting something special and amazingly, Logitech has managed to outdo th...
Nero has been the most popular media burning software for many years and when we heard that a new version was coming out, naturally we were looking forward to it. We were slightly dubious as to whether it would be any different from the previous ite...
Creative's i-Trigue 3600 speaker system offers quality sound and great looks for your PC. It comes highly recommended - although at this price, we feel it is quite expensive.
Roxio Easy Media Creator 8 is a suite of products that not only allows you to create home movies, but burn them to CD or a DVD. The audio and music capabilities of the suite also mean that Media Creator 8 contains one of most versatile collection of ...
As any frequent flyer knows, apart from industrial-strength knockout pills from a cooperative GP, noise-cancelling headphones are the best thing since eye masks and knitted slippers for the long-distance traveller. Not only do their noise-cancelling ...
Protecting your PC from the endless barrage of viruses, worms, spyware applications, and phishing schemes is an unfortunate fact of life for anyone surfing the Internet. Though there are countless software applications designed to protect against eac...
If you're looking for more features in a slightly larger package then Canon's new PowerShot S80 might suit. The new top-of-the-line model in the S range, the S80 offers 8 megapixel resolution with a 3.6x zoom lens that boasts a useful 35mm equivalent...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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