Group Tests

Business Laser Printers

Business Laser Printers

When it comes to getting real work done, there’s still nothing to compete with a laser printer’s combination of quality, speed and economy. We tell you how to choose a busines laser, plus review 3 examples.
By Darien Graham-Smith Jul 28 2008, 1:45PM
Laser Printer Megatest: 12 printers tested

Laser Printer Megatest: 12 printers tested

From personal printers to home office colour, we put 12 lasers through their paces. Some are lightning fast; others produce dazzling colour. Some are tiny, and some are surprisingly cost-effective.
By Darien Graham-Smith , Dave Stevenson Jul 25 2008, 4:13PM
Broadband diagnostic tools

Broadband diagnostic tools

Find out how fast your broadband connection really is – and how to get the most from it – with these essential tools.
By Davey Winder Jul 4 2008, 4:17PM
Alternative document editors

Alternative document editors

Forget the bloat of unwieldy office suites: if you just want to edit documents, there’s a host of lightweight alternatives
By Davey Winder Jul 4 2008, 11:19AM
Graphics Cards: Massive ATI vs Nvidia Labs Test

Graphics Cards: Massive ATI vs Nvidia Labs Test

All the current chipsets from both the big gaming guns – ATi and Nvidia – tested, reviewed and rated.
By Nick Ross , Dave Bayon , Mike Jennings Jun 25 2008, 5:21PM
Power Supplies

Power Supplies

If you value the stability of your system and want to minimise your electricity costs, invest in a high-quality power supply.

By Darien Graham-Smith Jun 2 2008, 12:01PM
Upgrade guide: PC Cases

Upgrade guide: PC Cases

Buying the right case is highly important when building a new PC. We put five through our checks
By Dave Bayon May 16 2008, 12:12PM
Light Laptops Group Test

Light Laptops Group Test

Portability is key for these light laptops. We test six featherweights from just $1486 to more than $2500.
By Dave Bayon May 7 2008, 1:02PM
External Hard Disks

External Hard Disks

External hard disks are a great way to add storage. We test 13, from sub-$130 portable drives to mighty terabyte desktop units.
By Darien Graham-Smith May 1 2008, 10:14AM
Network Video Players

Network Video Players

Play your video, photo and music files on your TV from a networked PC. We put five network players to the test
By Jim Martin Mar 26 2008, 10:25PM
Smartphones Roundup

Smartphones Roundup

We test 11 keyboard-based smartphones to find the best tools for staying connected on the move
By Jonathan Bray Mar 26 2008, 5:05PM
Draft-n wireless routers

Draft-n wireless routers

Speed up your home network with these wireless routers, including faster speeds, better gaming and VoIP handling and automatic security.
By Jim Martin Feb 29 2008, 3:25PM
All-in-one printers

All-in-one printers

Print, scan and copy with one device; we round up six of the best all-in-ones.
By David Bayon Feb 18 2008, 4:18PM
Desktop Replacement Laptops

Desktop Replacement Laptops

All the power of a desktop PC in a fraction of the space. We put a selection of desktop replacements to the test.
By Jim Martin Feb 18 2008, 3:43PM
Desktop Replacement Laptops

Desktop Replacement Laptops

All the power of a desktop PC in a fraction of the space. We put a selection of desktop replacements to the test.
By Jim Martin Jan 1 2008, 3:49PM
Network attached storage drives

Network attached storage drives

Share and back up music, photos, video and documents on your network with a high-capacity NAS drive.
By Jim Martin May 1 2007, 10:15AM
19-inch LCDs

19-inch LCDs

The 19" LCD fits now represents outstanding value for money, and is so much nicer to use than a 17" screen. We round up and test the best.
By David Bayon Feb 26 2007, 10:57AM
Ultraportable projector group test

Ultraportable projector group test

We test and rate 9 of the best portable presentation devices around.
By Roger Kirkwood Feb 7 2007, 10:31AM
All-in-one printers

All-in-one printers

Print, scan, copy and fax with one single device. We put 10
all-in-ones through their paces.
By David Bayon Sep 27 2006, 10:16AM
Webcams

Webcams

With free video services like MSN and Skype, you’re missing out if you don’t have a webcam.
By Roger Kirkwood Sep 22 2006, 5:30PM