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HTC Touch Pro 2
November 1st, 2009

It’s also not the first phone to slide open and reveal a keyboard, but the keys are perfectly spaced and Desktop found itself in the unique position of being just as happy tapping out an SMS with the Stylus as typing it on the keyboard. When extended, the screen also folds towards you, turning the device into a tiny laptop, but it tended to obscure the top edge of the keypad so it was better left flat.

Inside Out
November 1st, 2002

It’s the oldest media around, and the only one people talk about with misty-eyed romanticism. Between 15th century clergymen painstakingly transcribing manuscripts by hand and today’s lightning fast communications and computer-generated info-edu-tainment, the humble book has hardly changed.


HP IQ770 Touchsmart PC
July 1st, 2007

Despite its potential as a designer’s device, HP are positioning it as a home PC to be placed in a common area where everyone can access it. Aside from the bevy of media functionality, two features make it a virtual meeting place for the household.

FontAgent Pro
November 1st, 2007

FontAgent Pro acts as slickly and leanly as it looks, steadily and beautifully processing everything. It creates a My Fonts folder in the Documents folder of your user account and arranges all the files alphabetically so it’s easy to back up.


Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G
October 1st, 2007

The answer isn’t to pack as much RAM as possible into the chassis like we can in desktop models, but make it work smarter with the limited power it can draw from today’s battery technology.

DiskWarrior 4.0
December 1st, 2007

Where most directory structure utilities delve into the directories on your disk and retool or ‘clean’ them, DiskWarrior takes a different tack. You simply start up from the install CD and then select the drive you want to index. DiskWarrior reads the entire directory structure of your disk.






Sonim XP1 Price: $449 The Simon XP1 is just a phone. There, we've been waiting ...
February 1st, 2009

Veritoken Price: from $2K. POA/per user The country NSW-based makers of Veritoken realised something ...
November 1st, 2009

Toast Titanium 10 Price: $199.95 By the time Roxio Toast 9 arrived we'd given up on ...
September 21st, 2009

Camtasia Price: USD$149 Still blogging? Doing how-tos on your website with screenshots and text-based ...
December 1st, 2009

HP Z Series Price: from $4,999 It's risky rolling out a line of expensive workstations in ...
July 1st, 2009

Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G PC laptops aren't the usual tool of choice for the designer, but ...
October 1st, 2007


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