The July issue of PC & Tech Authority hits newstands this Wednesday 6th of June. Here's a quick rundown of this month's issue.
How to speed up your home broadband
In our cover feature we reveal what could be slowing down your broadband connection - and explain ways to fix it. You'll learn how to make the most of your hardware, get recommendations on the best models and learn a variety of tips and tricks that will help you to get the best speeds possible. A must read for anyone who wants to get all the speed out of their connection.
Hard drive and SSD mega-test
If you're looking to update your PC's storage you can't afford to miss out on this month's issue of PC & Tech Authority. In our comprehensive group test, we put 30 new hard disks and SSDs through their paces in the labs. Find out which models come out on top.
Massive 50 products reviewed and rated!
This issue is a big one. We test over 50 new products, including the latest Kindle Touch, Nvidia's GeForde GTX 670 graphcis card, the WD 6TB Thunderbolt HDD, Diablo III and the $40 Rasberry Pi miniature PC. You wont find a more comprehensive or informed selection of reviews anywhere on the newstands.
Plus, we explain how to set up a RAID array, remove noise from images in Photoshop, build a Metro app and get any video codec onto your tablet.
And once you're done reading reviews, other highlights in the July edition of PC & Tech Authority include the 10 Best DARPA inventions and the demise of Flash.
Prefer to read the digital edition?
We also have digital editions for iPad and Android (using the Zinio reader).
In addition to the reviews, features and buying advice that come in the mag, the iPad edition also has exclusive extra content. This includes more image galleries, interactive features and 350 degree views of the hottest hardware; all for $5.49.
The Zinio edition is created to be viewable on almost any PC, tablet, smartphone or laptop. It lets you to zoom in for a closer look at the hardware, benchmarks and text. It costs $4.99.
Both digital editions of the PC & Tech Authority
July 2012 issue are available now. Get if for iPad from the Apple iTunes Store
, or pick up the Zinio edition for Android tablets here
On this month's DVD you get a free version of Ashampoo Winoptimizer 2012 for getting your PC settings running smoothly. Plus, the full version of Ubuntu 12.04, the world's most popular desktop Linux.
Can AMD keep up the APU momentum in the face of Ivy Bridge and its graphical improvements?
While Australians wait for the Kindle Fire, Amazon's latest touch offering may spark a little interest in the eReader community.
An inspired, affordable means of encouraging a new generation of computing tinkerers – and all for less than the price of a console game
RAID protects data from hardware failure and improves transfer speed - get the low down on setting up your own array.