A massive bundle worth the extra money, containing absolutely every tool a video producer might need.
Some powerful improvements – but you won’t get the most out of this unless it’s used alongside other Adobe apps.
Cleverly extends Photoshop Elements’ appeal to both digital photo novices and the more experienced
Support for latest video formats and a batch-media encoder, but supporting apps have seen little upgrading.
A more mature version, taking it from sound cleaning and score creation to a powerful soundtrack composition tool.
A new design and a fantastic new graphics chip, but this latest offering is as flawed and overpriced as ever.
Apple has given its MacBook Pro a thorough makeover but, for all its charm, it’s still overpriced.
A broad array of features, but this PMP feels like it’s being left behind
Fantastic looks but a high price for what is, essentially, the same old netbook under the hood.
The Asus U6V simply can’t compete with the new breed of Centrino 2 ultraportables
Simple to use and great performance without being locked to a provider.
Very compact and incredibly cheap for an A3 all-in-one,
but speed and print quality are only average
A robust and very usable consumer-level backup service.
A slight speed boost and a new curvaceous shape keep Canon on top of the inkjet pile.
A fast, high-quality all-in-one, but for running costs look for the MP610 first.
Still the most hassle-free and effective online home backup system.
The first Corel-branded VideoStudio adds one exciting new tool and lots of little improvements.
Dell’s long-awaited netbook has much to recommend it, but it’s far from the perfect product.
Accurate speech recognition, a flexible control system and a good price – for those in need, Dragon delivers.
Excellent features and an innovative interface are dealt a killer blow by average print quality.
A high-quality Core i7 motherboard with great expansion potential and premium features.
Another epic installment of the GTA series, tragically hampered by a poor PC port
Top colour speeds are only achievable in draft mode,
but output quality is quite remarkable
Stylish, sophisticated and super-portable: this is the netbook you’ll have to hide from your friends.
A great printer for the road with a microscopic footprint, but average performance holds it back from greatness.
An extremely well built and comfortable machine, blessed with striking looks and a great price.
A flexible, high-speed backup service at a price that’s more than reasonable.
Incredibly fast and silent, too, but solid-state is still far too expensive for the mainstream.
A tad pricey but a well-built desktop DAS appliance with plenty of fault-tolerant storage and top performance
Well designed, solid and well-featured, but the battery
life sells it short.
Lenovo’s diminutive business portable packs in high performance,
great battery life and top build quality.
Cheap to buy, cheap to run and bundled with features; print quality holds it back from greatness.
Powerful and decent value, but ease of use could be better.
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A huge capacity, classy specification, plenty of business-related storage features and lightning performance
Stuart Andrews shows you how to set up and maintain the perfect backup routine.
A great combination of new features and the usual Nikon image and build quality make this a superb camera.
A real do-it-all device, but Nokia needs to do better to compete with the iPhone.
A compact workgroup laser suited to high-volume colour and mono printing, but delivering average photo quality
With online services easier to use and cheaper than ever, there’s now no excuse not to back up your files, says Stuart Andrews.
Not pretty, but a technically competent and comprehensive upgrade to the best free office suite around.
This motherboard is a promising appetiser – although the real meal is yet to come.
The Blackberry Storm 9500 is luxurious and innovative in equal degree, but the slightly cheaper Bold is better to type on.
Yes, it’s fast, but is that enough anymore? Poor drivers and a high price tag are enough to put us off.
It's time to put your IT manager hat on and try to think about what all this Cloud computing, Azure and so forth is going to actually do for you.
Lugging the same laptop from one job to another? There is a way to access multiple Exchange mail servers with Microsoft Outlook.
As an administrator, one of the things I really like to do is access my servers remotely - why travel to work when there's no need to, and how much nicer to just log in and fix the problem from home?
It’s gorgeous, but it can’t match Sony’s own Z-Series for sheer ultraportable excellence.
Excellent business features, let down by poor performance.
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Raw power and gaming prowess plus our a-listed monitor: this is a fantastic system, but the price is a deterrent.
There’s a lot to like, but it doesn’t stand out from the crowd.
Another good laptop from Toshiba, but the 12.1in Portégé
M800 struggles in such fine company.
A super-light laptop with great battery life, but the screen is both its stand-out feature and, for some, its Achilles heel
TP-Link’s basic router offers good performance at a good price and even throws in some easy setup features for first-timers.
An easily managed appliance for small offices. Performance is modest, but it offers useful remote access features