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Cyberlink PowerDirector v6 First Look

VideoWritten by Martin Regtien on .

Read more: Cyberlink PowerDirector v6 First LookRecently I bought a JVC Everio HDD camcorder which came bundled with some CyberLink software for editing video. 

This OEM version of PowerDirector Express was easy to work with for a neophyte such as me but ultimately would be rather limited. 

Subsequently I acquired the full version of PowerDirector v6 and checked it out.

Here are my initial findings.

 

RiDATA EZ Yego USB Flash Storage/USB Hub Reviewed

StorageWritten by Paul Moons on .

Read more: RiDATA EZ Yego USB Flash Storage/USB Hub ReviewedThe Y shaped EZ Yego USB flash drive stands out from the rest of the pack, not least of which because of its intriguing shape.

The unique 'Y' shape is indicative of its party trick: The EZ Yego not only stores up to 4GB of data, but it also acts as a mini hub for USB 2.0 devices.

Cool.

 

Read on for more..

 

Eaton Powerware 5110 and 3105 UPS Reviewed

MiscellaneousWritten by Paul Moons on .

Read more: Eaton Powerware 5110 and 3105 UPS ReviewedAs our digital lives increase in importance and volume, so too does the risk - and cost - of losing the data that makes it all possible.

 

While keeping up to date back-ups and storing your data in RAIDs is a good start, it all means nothing without an adequate supply of power - Especially during a power outage when critical equipment needs to be shutdown to avoid data loss.

 

Eaton's range of Uninterrupted Power Supplies (UPS) aim to provide this power and with it, peace of mind.

Read on for our review..

 

Melways GPS - Navway Professional Street Navigator

Industry NewsWritten by Paul Moons on .

Read more: Melways GPS - Navway Professional Street NavigatorLike AFL, Melways is a Melbourne institution. Sure, there are other street directories out there, but there's only one Melways.

And don't think I'm joking - If you get into my car with anything else you'll be navigating on foot! Really.

For those of us who love our Melways but also have a need for gadgets, the Ausway group have finally created the Navway Professional Street Directory.

 

Did someone say Melways on a touchscreen GPS? - read on for more..

SLEEPTRACKER Pro Watch Reviewed

MiscellaneousWritten by Paul Moons on .

Read more: SLEEPTRACKER Pro Watch ReviewedThe SLEEPTRACKER Pro is the latest iteration of Innovative Sleep Solutions' SLEEPTRACKER watch.

The SLEEPTRACKER series of watches monitor your sleeping patterns through the night so that they may wake you during one of your natural, "almost awake moments" in your sleep cycle.


Some of our readers may remember that a few years ago intrepid sleeper, Martin Regtien reviewed the original SLEEPTRACKER.

With the launch of the new SLEEPTRACKER Pro however, the baton has been passed on to me - and quite rightly so: Sleeping is what I do best.

 

Read on for the full review..

Linutop Mini Linux PC Reviewed - Damn Small Linux Hardware

PC HardwareWritten by Paul Moons on .

Read more: Linutop Mini Linux PC Reviewed - Damn Small Linux HardwareThe Linutop is a small Linux PC. Of course, if you think the Mac Mini is small, then perhaps the words, incredibly miniscule are closer to the mark.

Running a customised version of xubuntu Linux, this little box could replace your desktop for most common tasks, including what you're doing right now.

And if this wasn't impressive enough in a box slightly larger than a Nintendo DS, the Linutop does it all drawing a maximum of 5 watts - That's less than an energy saver light bulb!

Brando USB to SATA/IDE Cable -- Reviewed

AccessoriesWritten by Kevin Cheng on .

Read more: Brando USB to SATA/IDE Cable -- ReviewedBrando’s USB 2.0 to SATA/IDE cable allows concurrent connections with SATA or IDE devices over the USB port and I thought it was sheer cabling genius.  The SATA/IDE cable was released recently and Brando has kindly provided a unit for this review. 

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