Foxconn's mini-ITX motherboards are ideal for anyone who is looking to build a small form-factor box on a budget.
Wednesday, 24 February 2010 12:18

Review: Lian Li PC-Q07B mini-ITX case

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The mini-ITX motherboard has made it possible for anyone who so wishes, to have a neat small form-factor PC, instead of the monstrously oversized desktop or tower cases that are the norm.
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival has launched a new way to plan your laffs with the introduction of a Festival information and planning app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Sometimes you just want to have a single button device to capture your holiday fun.  Designed for ease of use, simple youtube upload and pocket sized, the JVC Picsio GC-FM1 is part of an increasingly crowded 1080p HD pocket video camera market.
Relatively new entrant into the Australian battery and power scene, Varta, has announced three new battery chargers, including one that works on solar power, giving 20 minutes of talk time to phones or 50 mins of music on an iPod after just an hour of free solar charging.

After surprisingly positive reports on the WinMo 6.5-powered HTC HD2 when it launched in the US late last year, the HD2 has launched in Australia at last via Telstra, and with multi-touch capabilities along with an amazingly fast and smooth experience, it’s hard to believe you’re really using a Windows Phone instead of a jailbroken iPhone with a WinMo skin!

Last year when I looked at what was then the groundbreaking Norton Internet Security 2009, I billed it as a lean, mean, malware fightin’ machine, but with the new 2010 version, it’s an even faster malware blaster!
BlackBerry’s very recently announced Bold 9700 is finally available at retail from Telstra stores today, and other telcos from early December, and given that it’s the best BlackBerry yet, despite strong competition, it should be a Berry Merry Christmas for RIM and telco partners!
Viewsonic's attention to design and aesthetics is strongly reminiscent of a certain 'fruit' company.  I love it. 

Given the price, it is a tough call to up the quality of your ‘play’ instruments for games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band.  But beware; when you get your mitts on the Logitech branded wireless drum kit you may be tempted.

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