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AlphaShield Hardware Firewall

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in PC Hardware

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If there has ever been a time when protection is necessary whenever you log on the Internet, it’s now. We need to be shielded from viruses, hacks, worms, identity theft and all the other net nasties. But why don’t we do it?  Is it complexity, cost, the constant updating or the feeling that there is no all-in-one solution? AlphaShield has come up with a hardware firewall solution that promises perfect protection with easy setup and at a very reasonable cost.

Is it a mirage or does it really work?

OziExplorerCE 1.11.0 Moving Map Software

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Software

Read more: OziExplorerCE 1.11.0 Moving Map SoftwareI can’t think of too many Australian programs that have hit the Big Time on the small screens in the PocketPC world.

OziExplorer is one of the exceptions. They are enjoying some well-deserved export successes and today I’ll be primarily reviewing this navigation program for use in a cockpit environment.

So, let’s buckle up and go for a spin!

PowerColor ATI X1300 Graphics Card

Written by Ronald on . Posted in PC Hardware

Read more: PowerColor ATI X1300 Graphics CardTo give you an idea of where this product stands relative to ATI's current line of next generation graphics chips, it begins at the entry-level with the X1300.  At the midrange, is the X1600 series.  The X1800 and X1900 series is where we progress to the higher to highest end graphics chips on the market.  The X1300 is an entry-level graphics card which incorporates the latest Shader Model 3.0 technology to allow you to play the latest games.  At this level, it is a matter of the kind of performance and features is offered at the budget price.

Crank It Up - Eton FR150 and FR500 Survival Crank Radios

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Audio

Read more: Crank It Up - Eton FR150 and FR500 Survival Crank RadiosSurviving in an emergency situation is something people rarely think about - let alone plan for. While stockpiling canned foods and building a fall-out shelter is certainly extreme, equipping yourself with some basic survival tools - you know, just in case - might just be a reasonable proposition.

Read on for our take on Eton’s Solarlink FR150 and Microlink FR500 survival crank radios. 

Extreme Video - Twenty20 VHoldR - Reviewed

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Video

Read more: Extreme Video - Twenty20 VHoldR - ReviewedAimed at extreme sports enthusiasts, the VHoldR is a compact video recorder which is small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, rugged enough to strap to the side of your car or bike and able to deliver 30 frames per second of VGA video.

Read on for our experiences with Twenty20’s VHoldR.

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