Microsoft Expression Studio
July 1st, 2008

After going through each installer separately we were finally ready to go. Unlike Adobe Creative Suite, Expression Studio is an online only tool. It works only in RGB, and — when it comes to the drawing component — in 72dpi by default. But there were strengths to be found.

Compaq NC 8000
March 16th, 2004

The cute little Intel Centrino logo has become as widespread as those of Coke, Sony and Microsoft lately and some think it’s becoming the standard bearer for mobile chips in the market.


Apple iPhone
July 22nd, 2008

Like most Apple products, the iPhone is certainly the future and will undoubtedly drive technology to try and catch up. It’s no fault of the device that some aspects of the technology are too far behind — it’s up to Australian carriers and the broadband infrastructure to let it realise its full potential.

Pure One Classic
December 23rd, 2009

The other advantage of digital is that the signal comes with searchable metadata, so not only can you stop, rewind and replay live radio, the small LCD readout displays whatever information the station is transmitting from song titles to competition details.


Notebook not pretty, but a good workhorse
November 8th, 2005

The last Toshiba The West previewed was a dependable but ugly machine, but then design wasn’t part of the bargain made in the price. If you want a beautiful looking machine, you can go for a BenQ or Sony VAIO.

Best of CES
February 21st, 2012

CES is over again, and after ferrying a record 153,000 attendees throughout several convention halls and over a dozen major hotels, The Strip is a little quieter while news of the products you’re going to love in 2012 spread out across the virtual and real worlds.






Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional While certain software developers (Quark, we're looking at you) rest on their ...
July 29th, 2003

Toshiba NB200 Price: $949 (CHECK) We've never been impressed with netbooks at The West, but ...
January 13th, 2010

Nokia 5800 Price: $769. Free on $49/mth for 2 years (Three Mobile) Like many mobile ...
December 9th, 2009

The first quantum computer? It's hogging so many headlines, you can expect the Hollywood techno-thriller about ...
September 16th, 2011

iMate Smartflip The early iMate products capitalised on a strong 'cute' factor, most models ...
January 30th, 2007

Game for some nostalgia One of the first video game/movie tie-ins was 1982's ET; The Extra ...
June 14th, 2013


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