Kodak's online photo service is one of the more expensive options for digital printing. For the average consumer purchasing 4x6 inch prints, it will cost you $0.49 per copy if you make less than 30 and $0.39 per copy in a bigger batch. Compare that...
Every day it's the same old thing; the black screen and that windows logo day in and day out. But what if you could change your windows load screen? What if there was a way to make it anything your heart desired? Thanks to Stardock there is a safe a...
As the resolution of camera sensors continues to grow, photographers will need to increase their storage space to ensure they can always capture shots when needed.
If you're interested in a projector that supports wireless presentations, the feature-rich Sony VPL-CX76 is a worthy choice. A higher-end version of the Sony VPL-CX20A, this LCD model has a similarly clean, stylish design that keeps some of its contr...
We've reviewed quite a few Bose products recently. Synonymous with both style and quality, we are generally excited when we get to have a play with such units. However, it didn't take long for our excitement to turn to pure frustration when we got ou...
The aptly named Omnipage Professional 15 from ScanSoft allows users to scan both images and documents, edit them as text and export them as a different file type. The program is designed to be used in conjunction with a scanner, or you can simply wor...
Belkin are a company not known for their prowess in the computer peripheral market. That said, the products that we have had through the office so far have impressed us as a whole.
We recently had a look at, and were quite impressed with, the <a href=http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212607;pid;1518;pt;1 target="new">DT-720</a> standard definition set top box from Australian company Mediastar. The HDT-1100 is ...
Trend's 2006 PC-cillin Internet Security suite features a much-improved user interface compared with last year's version. The core bundle remains the same - antivirus, antispam and firewall - but you get some extra protection against phishing and spy...
You should have stopped referring to Yonah and Napa by now - Centrino Duo is the phrase of the moment. Intel announced at the recent CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas that the mobile processors and platform would not be known by their nick...
In Google's expanding empire there is no place on Earth left to hide. Not satisfied with tracking the world through its search engine, Google has now taken to the skies and even into space. Google Earth is one of the latest in Google's long line of a...
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...
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