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All about netbooks

Netbooks have taken the portable computing world by storm. Simply put, a netbook is a trimmed down version of a laptop computer, ideal for browsing the internet, e-mailing and watching low quality movies, but not much else. You will find that the internal specifications of netbooks hardly vary; however, the level of performance and price […]

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Dell Latitude 2100

With so many competitors, laptop vendors have been forced to differentiate themselves in new ways. It’s with the new Latitude 2100 that Dell has decided to return to the concept of tiny laptops for the education market. Dell has make a few changes to the Latitude 2100, including a rubberised layer on the top and […]

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BenQ nScreen i91

The iMac-like BenQ nScreen i91 is built with white and black plastic has a minimum number of accessories and an easy-as set up process. The screen is home to all the ports and plugs with the most noticeable visual feature being the retro-looking volume knob that protrudes from the screen. Aside from the all-in-one screen, […]

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Adobe Fireworks CS4

The latest version of Adobes popular design software offers interface enhancements to help with more fluid workflows. With Fireworks CS4, you can prototype complex web site designs to bring into Dreamweaver for coding and editing. Projects can also be shared among other Creative Suite 4 programs and used in various media, including the web, the […]

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ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite 2009

Although the vast majority of improvements within ZoneAlarm Internet Security 2009 can’t be seen, they are still substantial. Check Point has optimised the resources for desktop and laptop users with a suite of tools, and long-time ZoneAlarm patrons will notice the advantages instantly. The new user interface offers little feature wise, but covers all the […]

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Terminator Salvation

Consoles: PC, Xbox 360 Although this third-person shooter game is technically solid, it is a perfect example of why movie tie-in games have such a bad reputation. It seems to rely on the presumption you’ll be stoked just to play characters from the movie that you’ll disregard the boring, shallow action and poor story line. […]

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Apple iMac

The iMac is Apple’s newest desktop with a thinner profile than ever, leaving you to wonder, “Where does all the power come from?” The juiced up desktop has a stunning 24-inch LED that provides sharp and beautiful pictures. It even doubles as a great HD display for video content. Other highlights of the iMac include […]

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MacBook Pro

Even Apple-haters will have to admit that the MacBook Pro 15-inch is one of the best laptops out there. Even when running Windows, this Mac outdoes its competitors in everything from gaming tests to battery life. The Apple OS X and included applications are top-notch on their own, though additions like a gesture-based trackpad and […]

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A600

The first thing you’ll notice about the Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 is it’s futuristic curves, shaped that way because it is being toted as the desktop of the future. Its bends and gentle curves look quirky but probably do a good job of emphasising the grunt this desktop hides under its hood. While it doesn’t represent the […]

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Safari 4: Fastest Browser or Failed Attempt?

Amidst all the iPhone 3G S hoo-ha at the WWDC last week, Apple’s public version of Safari (version 4) has been released. Apple touts the browser to be the latest and greatest way to browse the web regardless of whether you’re a Mac or Windows user, but does it deliver? The biggest overall changes to […]

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