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War of the Worlds
April 1st, 2008

You’re a PC or a Mac user, seldom both. As such, you’re almost certain to champion the OS you know, and such subjectivity is redundant. However, technically the Mac is a more enclosed environment. There’s more certainty that if you’re comfortable in the Mac OS, tasks will be more intuitive.

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.


The Cruellest Cut
May 1st, 2009

In the case of laptop systems, don’t pick the machine up as soon as you’ve clicked ‘save’ or started moving a large file. While the disc is working, the heads are close to the disk platters, so any sudden movement could cause a dreaded crash.

Hewlett Packard 4510 SB
December 1st, 2009

The first thing we enjoyed was the keyboard. It’s a nice enough surprise to see a notebook with a full extended keyboard, but the 4510 takes some cues from recent rethinking in keyboard usability from companies like Apple and Toshiba (with their recent NB200 netbook).


Lexmark X466
September 1st, 2009

It’s tall, wide and heavy and will take up considerable space in a work area at about 60x40x40 centimetres (not including the recommended clearance), and that’s why it’s built for small groups, which is where the networking capabilities shine. There’s a USB port for direct connection to your PC, but you’ll be left with the world’s most expensive desktop multifunction device without leveraging the Ethernet port to connect it to your router.

New Dimensions
July 1st, 2009

Next time you go to your local cinema and appreciate the work that’s gone into the at-times huge movie display ads (called ‘standees’), it’s a good bet it’s come from behind the doors of JJ&A’s nondescript Glendale building.






Huey Monitor Colour Correction The Huey is a combination of software and an emission colorimeter that ...
November 1st, 2007

Painter 11 Price: $799 If there were an art and drawing application that combined all ...
August 1st, 2009

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

Can’t Stop the Music You've probably used truckloads of stock images, but have you ever ...
November 1st, 2009

It’s a Knockout Having already hit the shelves as you read these words will be ...
May 1st, 2003

The Cruellest Cut Feel like you're only just staying ahead of your workload? How will ...
May 1st, 2009


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