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MOBILE BROADBAND REPORT CARDIt’s been 12 months since our last mobile broadband test and – thanks to personal wi-fi hotspots and tablet PCs – it’s a very different environment. Alex Kidman investigates the brave new world of aussie mobile broadband.iPAD 2 vs MOTOROLA XOOMA year after its birth, Apple’s tablet has been slimmed down and pumped up to cope with a horde of imitators. But are two cameras and a faster processor enough to keep it ahead of the pack? Meanwhile, Motorola has dipped Honeycomb in all manner of high-tech tastiness to create the first full-flat Android tablet. But is the Xoom sweet enough to tempt you away from Apple? LIFE IN THE SMART LANECar Stereos, standalone SatNavs and even drivers themselves may soon reach the end of the road – we reveal the future of in-car computing, and it might just sound like a scene from a sci-fi movie.GROUP TEST: BUDGET COLOUR LASERSInkjet printers may have the edge on laser technology when it comes to printing photos, but step into the home office and the colour laser is king. For fast, high-quality prints, you can’t beat laser and we put seven budget friendly models to the test.On the Disc: Ashampoo Burning StudioIf you’re fed up with complicated burning software, this is for you. On the Disc: Form ReturnOptical Mark Recognition made simple. On the Disc: Cities in Motion (Demo)A city-based mass transportation simulator for the PC. Head to your nearest newsstand now and get your copy!
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