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Lenovo ThinkPad X300

Named after a Japanese sword, the "Kodachi", Lenovo's new ThinkPad X300 is indeed both slim and sharp, and offers some of the latest in notebook technology with one of the smallest chassis available on the market. It's not fair to call it a competito...

Lenovo IdeaCentre K200-100

Lenovo may have sat on high as one of the leading business PC manufacturers for some time now, but the itch growing in the consumer market has finally drawn a scratch, giving birth to Lenovo's new consumer range of desktop PC, the IdeaCentre. Our fir...

Western Digital MyBook Home Edition

Western Digital's 500GB (7200rpm) MyBook Home Edition with USB 2.0, FireWire and e-SATA is a smart looking and compact external storage device that offers more than plain old storage, it also offers peace of mind. There's little to this drive, except...

Belkin TuneCast Auto Universal

Belkin's TuneCast Auto Universal finally throws a bone to those of us not swept up by the iPod era. Not only is it an effective way of playing music from an MP3 player through a car stereo - or any radio receiver for that matter - but it uses a 3.5mm...

Fujitsu LifeBook P8010

Fujitsu has released yet another ultraportable business notebook, this time it's the LifeBook P8010, a small, stylish ultraportable weighing just 1.35kg. Although it launched together with the tiny Fujitsu LifeBook U1010 (see the video review here), ...

MSI GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB (NX8800GTS-T2D512E-OC)

Despite its poorly chosen name (more on that later), the MSI GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB is a very nice card that will suit gamers looking for an affordable interim card with some punch. On this iteration of the 8800 GTS 512MB, the NX8800GTS-T2D512E-OC, M...

Acer Ferrari 1100

Steering away from tradition, Acer's latest Ferrari, the limited edition (just 99 models in Australia) Ferrari 1100, doesn't sport the bulkier 15in screen and heavy chassis of the previous iterations. Instead it opts for portability in this new 12.1i...

Dell Optiplex 755

A competitor for products like the Lenovo ThinkCentre and the Acer Veriton, the Dell Optiplex 755 aims for lower power more than greater performance.It certainly performed well in our tests for a business PC, but it's lacking a few of the perks found...

Creative TravelSoundi

Not even Creative is foolish enough to lock itself out of the iPod market, even if it does have a competing player. It's no surprise, therefore, to see a portable Creative iPod speaker system vying for all those 'iDollars'.

Creative Fatal1ty

Creative's Fatal1ty headphones may not tout any particularly unique or fanciful design features, but they are comfortable to use over extended periods of time and include a detachable microphone for quick and easy voice commands.

Spyware Doctor 5.5 with AV

PC Tool's latest release, Spyware Doctor 5.5 with AV, is a simple to use and thorough tool with a good set of cleaning and live protection features to help maintain the health of your system. The standard application is aimed at spyware and malware, ...

Alienware m9750

When it comes to Alienware no features are spared, but the same goes for the cost. Spending over $7500 for a notebook is something only an elite few can afford to do, and we have to wonder whether it's really worth the price tag for the convenience o...

Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 3.5G

Fresh from its debut at CES, Fujitsu's Lifebook U1010 ultra mobile PC has at last reached Australian shores, exhibiting its meagre 650g frame and 5.6in screen with a full version of Windows Vista Business edition, not to mention a 3.5G Wireless adapt...

HP Pavilion a6360a

Once again HP has refreshed its Pavilion range of desktop machines and this time HP has introduced AMD's new Phenom processor into the mix. We took a look at the Pavilion a6360a, HP's only current model to include the new CPU, and were happy but not ...

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