The dot s is Packard Bell’s 10.1-inch netbook. Unlike its larger brothers, the dot m and dot m/a, it stays safely in known netbook territory by featuring an Intel Atom processor and running Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system.
TomTom Via LIVE 120 includes TomTom’s celebrated HD Traffic technology, eco routing, speed
camera alerts, Google Local Search and hands-free calling over
According to Kodak’s claims, the ESP 7250 can save the average user up to £75 per year on ink, based on a ‘typical’ annual print volume of 150 6×4-inch photos, 800 text pages and 550 mixed text and colour graphics pages.
Apple used its Back to the Mac media event back in October to unleash a new version of the iLife software – as well as the new MacBook Air.
Is your office feeling a bit squashed? This Samsung SyncMaster is a PC monitor that doubles up as a HD TV. However, the HD feature has some problems, as we found out…
Make no mistake, Office for Mac 2011 is a big improvement over the previous iterations. Across the board, it’s noticably faster and feels more at home on the Mac than before.
LG’s winning combination of high feature counts, smart looks and bold pricing has seen it charge up the affordable TV sales charts.
Available in black or white, Revo’s Domino D3 multi-format radio features a rubberised matt finish giving it a curious retro yet-contemporary style. It looks cool enough to sit comfortably next to your computer, but doesn’t look out of place in a more traditional living space.
HP has been going all out to add a new twist to the humble desktop printer and the result is the HP Photosmart eStation.
A4 printers have a lot to contend with. Some ask them to produce crisp documents with rich black text, whereas others want gorgeous photo quality output. The Canon PIXMA MG6150 is a practically perfect Wi-Fi all-in-one A4 printer.