Cinetrek WDR800 DVD, Apple Aperture 2, NEC Powermate P5030
May 6th, 2008

Aperture 2 is a cataloguing and adjustment tool for large collections of digital photos that’s geared more towards pro photographers. However, if you aspire to the profession or just take a lot of pictures, it does a similar job to Picasa or iPhoto — even though it’s like comparing a VW beetle to an Aston Martin.

Vodafone Internet Stick
October 22nd, 2008

If you’re a near-city dweller you can expect at least ADSL desktop broadband speeds of 1-3Mbps most of the time, which is more than enough for mobile-based business applications.


Sony Walkman
February 14th, 2006

At $379, the Sony Walkman gives you 6Gb. For $449, Apple gives you 30Gb. That works out to Sony charging you exactly four and a half times per unit of storage for your music.

Iliad, Philips VOIP 841, HTC P3470
June 17th, 2008

The Iliad has a clear surface with none of the reflecting or text artefacting properties of a PC screen, and by flicking the page turn bar on the left, reading on the 400g device is easy and comfortable.


HTC Shift, Lexmark X6575, TomTom XL, Nokia N78
July 29th, 2008

The lack of anything outstanding besides the sexy design makes the Nokia N78 a passable but unexciting device. Too many functions (such as easy typing) are rendered difficult in the pursuit of cool, and despite up to the minute features like Maps, there’s little to get excited about.

Huey Monitor Colour Correction
November 1st, 2007

When it’s finished, the screen returns to normal and you can view the uncorrected and corrected settings by toggling a radio button. Our first reaction was horror — the system had given us a screen setting with a ghastly blue wash that didn’t look nearly as clear as it had been before.






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