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HP Z Series
July 1st, 2009

There are no visible wires as all the finer details and motherboard on the far side of the body out of sight. Everything clicks neatly in and out of its slot and gives the Z series the most user-friendly interior we’ve seen in a computer system. Together with the seemingly endless expandability of components, making it so easy for you to manage them yourself is one of the series’ big selling points.

Xda Atom Life
September 1st, 2007

It has a large onboard memory — 1Gb with a slot for an SD card — and you’ll have a hard time filling it up with everything you have unless you’re a rampant video clip collector or have a music collection that would stretch a late model iPod.


In Living Colour
May 1st, 2009

Some would guess it’s the printing press. With far more individual ‘bits’ of colour in a given area, the possibility to produce finer combinations of inks allows for far more detail and a smaller order of magnitude between shades.

Final Cut Studio 3
November 1st, 2009

There’s now a large floating Timecode window that you can move around and resize. It seems like it should have been included long ago, especially as it’s so easy to port your editing to a large (up to and including cinema-sized) screen for everyone rather than just the editor to watch as you work.


Knowledge is Power
August 1st, 2009

Apple’s Final Cut Studio 2 is a good example, packed with video editing, motion graphics, audio, colour grading, encoding and DVD tools for $1,698 (tools that would have costs hundreds of thousands of dollars in the analogue era).

Technology for Life
September 1st, 2002

Welcome to the new world of technology marketing. As corporate activist Naomi Klein says in her book No Logo, ‘Brand X is not a product, but a way of life, an attitude, a set of values, a look, an idea.’ Nowhere is this more important than to technology companies themselves.






HTC Touch Famously stealing the thunder from the attention local media was paying to ...
March 1st, 2008

Knowledge is Power It's time to think about you career, and training can ...
August 1st, 2009

Seagate FreeAgent Pro If you're the sort of technology buyer who's seduced by a sleek ...
September 1st, 2007

HP IQ770 Touchsmart PC The Touchsmart PC makes an interesting designer's machine for several reasons. Firstly, ...
July 1st, 2007

Transtype Pro Like blank videotapes in the 1980s, TransType is one of those products ...
February 1st, 2008

Guru.com We don't often look at web-based services for creative professionals here at ...
May 1st, 2008


Full client and publication list:

  • 3D Artist
  • APC
  • AskMen.com
  • Auscam
  • Australian Creative
  • Australian Macworld
  • Australian Way (Qantas)
  • Big Issue
  • Black Velvet Seductions
  • Black+White
  • Bookseller & Publisher
  • Box Magazine
  • Brain World
  • Business News
  • Business NSW
  • Campaign Brief
  • Capture
  • CHUD.com
  • Cleo
  • Cosmos
  • Cream
  • Curve
  • Daily Telegraph
  • Dark Horizons
  • Dazed and Confused
  • Desktop
  • DG
  • Digital Media
  • Disney Magazine
  • DNA Magazine
  • Empire
  • Empty Magazine
  • Famous Monsters of Filmland
  • Fast Thinking
  • FHM UK
  • Film Stories
  • Filmink
  • Follow Gentlemen
  • Geek Magazine
  • Good Reading
  • Good Weekend
  • GQ
  • How It Works
  • Hydrapinion
  • Inside Film
  • Internet.au
  • Loaded
  • M2 Magazine
  • Marie Claire Australia
  • Marketing
  • Maxim Australia
  • Men's Style
  • Metro
  • Moviehole
  • MSN
  • Nine To Five
  • Paranormal
  • PC Authority
  • PC Powerplay
  • PC Update
  • PC User
  • PC World
  • Penthouse
  • People
  • Pixelmag
  • Popular Science
  • Post Magazine
  • Ralph
  • Reader's Digest
  • ScienceNetwork WA
  • SciFiNow
  • Scoop
  • Scoop Traveller
  • Seaside Observer
  • SFX
  • Sydney Morning Herald
  • The Australian
  • The Retiree
  • The Sun Herald
  • The West Australian
  • thevine.com.au
  • TimeOut
  • Total Film
  • Video Camera
  • Video&Filmmaker
  • Writing Magazine
  • Xpress
  • Zoo