After you've seen forty or fifty digital cameras, it becomes increasingly difficult to find something new and exciting to talk about. There are plenty of models with original and interesting features, or exceptional image quality, and those are grea...
Not since the <a href="http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212607;pid;407;pt;1"target="new">Centrex CTDV100</a> have we seen a digital TV receiver that differs from the standard VCR form factor. The Centrex was small, simple, and unob...
The Nokia 8800 is an outstanding looking mobile phone that will appeal to those who are fashion conscious and want to stand out from the crowd. But be prepared to pay a small fortune for its distinct looks.
We have been blown away with past Panasonic projectors such as the <a href= http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212889;pid;170;pt;1 target = "new"> PT-AE700 </a>and its successor, the AE900, provides all that the previous model was ca...
The Plantronics Discovery 640 bluetooth headset is aimed squarely at road warriors, who will appreciate the convenience of the many charging methods included in this package.
The LG U8380 is an admirable 3G phone with run of the mill features, but it is let down by a difficult to grasp and confusing control layout.
A large and rather bulky unit, the HVR-DX610 DVD/VCR combination recorder from Sanyo nevertheless presents itself as a functional and easy to use device. Without any especially impressive features to recommend it, the Sanyo still manages to distingui...
The Fujitsu Deskpower TX the first kind of mainstream entertainment package that combines a regular media centre PC with a 32-inch widescreen television. The results are quite stunning. Whilst this is not a device for all users, it acts as a great ...
The LCD-32XR1, a 32" LCD panel, is apart of Sanyo's latest range of LCD's that have been marketed as quality displays without the high price tag. Although the image quality ranks right up there with other well known competitors, we think this particu...
The Internet Traffic Cop is a strikingly designed gadget that provides a form of security while you are away from your computer or wireless network - although we really can't see the point of it.
It's black and shiny with clear acrylic buttons; it plays games, music and movies. It's Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP).The world of handheld gaming has been owned, patented and dominated by the Nintendo Game Boy franchise for as long as anyone can r...
You've got to hand it to Nintendo, when they are on to a good thing; they sure know how to run with it. In the never ending quest to make consumer electronics smaller, sleeker, and sexier Nintendo have released their Game Boy brand in a new incarnat...
Possibly one of the worst products we've reviewed, the Linophir BC-688 Digital MP4 Player delivers performance that ranges from substandard to almost useless in each of its numerous functions. After several days of continuous (and frustrating) use, w...
Mitsubishi Electric pitches the HC900 as a home theatre projector that can be used in a brightly lit lounge room or a dedicated theatre environment. It has a very bright image display--1500 ANSI lumens--along with a contrast ratio of 4000:1. This ena...
The grunty Gigabyte GV-NX78X256V-B 7800 GTX card can churn out enough eye candy to make your diabetes play up. The card is SLI-ready, has VIVO (video input/video output) capabilities, and is Gigabyte's first release using NVIDIA's 7800 GTX series chi...
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