Stories by Ankur Badhwar

Larger Than Life Computing

We have always wondered if there was a reason people didn't use LCD TV's or Plasma displays as their regular PC monitor. Newer HD capable televisions support resolutions of up to 1920 x 1080, and with prices steadily being driven downwards, this has ...

Apple 30" Cinema HD Display

With an optimum resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, users will be astounded by the amount of available desktop real-estate the Apple 30" Cinema Display affords. Having the ability to view three maximised Web pages and a plethora of other applications a...

Toshiba 27WL55A (HD)

Sporting one of the highest contrast ratios available with LCD technology, Toshiba's 27" 27WL55A LCD TV produces high quality imagery at its native resolution of 720p--although the picture quality does suffer from some inherent graininess.

Iomega External Hard Drive 120GB USB 2.0

Recognising the need for ever more storage in PCs, Iomega has released a series of external USB 2.0 hard drives, ranging in size from 60GB to 400GB. We tested the 120GB version on a machine running Windows XP, although the drive also works with other...

Optoma MovieTime DV10

The MovieTime DV10 is a user-friendly projector. It has a built-in top-loading DVD player into which you can insert a DVD and start enjoying a movie in a matter of seconds. With the high-throw-ratio lens, you can position the projector close to the w...

InFocus ScreenPlay 7205

The versatile InFocus ScreenPlay 7205 produces a crisp image with phenomenal colour detail. This is a slightly ordinary looking projector, with its dull light grey casing. At 325 x 350 x 109mm and 4.3kg, the 7205 is not petite, but the handle at the ...

HP Digital Projector ep9012

HP's ep9012 home cinema projector looks like something you would find on the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey, rather than in a home theatre. It's an all-in-one home theatre solution that includes an on-board DVD player and internal speakers and subwoofe...

Epson EMP-S3

Epson are not strangers to the projector market, with projectors ranging from the ultra-portable EMP-765 to the home theatre capable EMP-TW200. The EMP-S3 projector, an entry-level model, sports a native resolution of 800 x 600, a bright but low-powe...

Benq PB2240

Some projector manufacturers sacrifice features when building ultra-compact projectors, but this is not the case with Benq's PB2240. The Benq PB2240 ultra-compact DLP projector is minute, with a footprint slightly less than an A4 page, yet it boasts ...

Creative MuVo Slim

Creative's MuVo series of MP3 players emphasises portability, and the MuVo Slim is a fine example of how a portable MP3 player should work. You can play and record FM radio, a feature becoming more common on up-market players. The player's only short...

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