LCD televisions have been hogging the limelight recently and it's easy to forget that for all their glory they're only now catching up to the level of image quality that plasma TVs have enjoyed for a while. In that time, plasma manufacturers haven't ...
Creative's Zen Vision is a follow-up to the popular Portable Media Centre, but represents a fundamental redesign that eschews Microsoft's portable media centre design in favour of a fresh interface. Instead of relying on Windows Media Player to trans...
The Apple iSight is a stylish Macintosh based FireWire webcam which delivers outstanding video quality and includes a noise suppression microphone - but be prepared to pay for Apples styling.
Over the past year, the demand for high quality LCD screens has surpassed the demand for plasma displays and much of this can be attributed to the fact that LCD prices are finally dropping to a viable mark for consumers. Avatec, a local distributor o...
Many high-performance, laser-based MFPs (multifunction printers) cost thousands of dollars and provide features and capabilities so sophisticated - or bewildering - that you can buy them only from a reseller, packaged with setup, training, and mainte...
Logitech's G5 mouse is one of a new breed of super high precision laser mice that have begun to appear on the market. For the average user, a standard optical mouse will be more than accurate enough for everyday word processing and internet tasks; h...
The Philips Acoustic Fusion 310 produce impressive sound from a fairly small package and in doing so display how good PC speakers can really be. Using the latest in flat panel speaker technology, the Acoustic Fusion reproduces sound accurately witho...
If you need to produce a large number of scans as quickly as possible - especially on a routine basis - the HP Scanjet 4890 Photo Scanner may be the right choice for you. When it comes to speed, this dual-purpose flatbed stands head and shoulders abo...
The compact Coolpix S2 from Nikon suffers from one unfortunate flaw that makes it very difficult to recommend - it takes average photos at best. While the design is solid, it looks quite nice and was reasonably quick in most of our tests, we felt th...
Samsung's SCX-4216F laser multifunction printer pushes new price boundaries for home and small businesses. This Samsung unit is priced below much of its competition, in an area where most consumers would only consider ink. Laser printers have benefit...
When we first heard of the Atari Flashback here at GoodGearGuide, it felt like Christmas as an 11 year old once again. But despite our high hopes, Atari has produced a highly frustrating unit, with a poorly designed controller and 20 builtin games th...
All-in-one or multifunction laser printers are an ideal choice for businesses looking to consolidate hardware purchases or even for homes with school or university students. The HP LaserJet 3015 All-in-One offers a blend of functions for a small offi...
Portable speaker systems built specifically for iPods are becoming something of a fad these days and there are a plethora of options available on the market. Logitech are a major player in this space and their impressive mm50 iPod speakers are capabl...
Apart from perhaps the <a href=" http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212596;pid;825;pt;1" target="new">Garmin Ique M5</a.>, here at the GoodGearGuide we are yet to see a combined PDA/GPS unit that we would recommend. This is because w...
Digital video may be here to stay but that doesn't mean that analogue video is dead - at least not yet. Most of us still have VHS tapes littering our bookshelves, and some of us (shock horror) haven't yet replaced that old video handycam with a moder...
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