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Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Wireless-N

Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Wireless-N

On paper, the Buffalo Nfiniti Wireless-N router and access point has a lot going for it. As the name suggests, for example, it can be used both as a router and as a standalone wireless access point. There’s even a physical selector switch on the base as well as the option of setting the mode in software.

November 20, 2006 by in Reviews

Belkin N1

Belkin N1

With its bright blue illuminated symbols at the front and three sprouting antennas at the rear, Belkin’s shiny black N1 router is certainly attractive. It also features a built-in 4-port switch for wired LAN connectivity, with a separate network port to attach an ADSL or cable broadband modem.

November 20, 2006 by in Reviews

A first look at Windows Vista (finally!)

A first look at Windows Vista (finally!)

It's taken years longer than even the most pessimistic Microsoft watcher expected, but Windows Vista, formerly code-named Longhorn, has finally been released to manufacturing. Here's a detailed look at what's inside.

November 8, 2006 by in Windows

esxMigrator

esxMigrator

Launched in September, <a href="http://www.vizioncore.com/esxMigrator.html">esxMigrator</a> from <a href="http://www.vizioncore.com/">Vizioncore</a> lets server administrators migrate virtual machines (VMs) from servers running the VMware ESX Server 2.x virtualisation platform to those running VMware’s flagship ESX Server 3, part of VMware’s recently launched <a href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/software/os/0,1000001098,39282802,00.htm">Virtual Infrastructure 3</a> (VI3) package of server virtualisation tools. Given that VI3 is cheaper than its predecessor and has better features, this is an upgrade that most businesses running VMware are likely to perform sometime soon.

November 7, 2006 by in Reviews

Acer TravelMate 4262WLMi 3G

Acer TravelMate 4262WLMi 3G

Mobile working these days requires plenty of communications options. Wireless networking is a standard feature of notebooks, with built-in Wi-Fi delivering email and Internet access in the office and on the road thanks to Wi-Fi hotspots. For more continuous over-the-air communications, SIM-based data cards for cellular networks (GPRS and 3G) have become popular. The next logical step is building SIM card support directly into notebooks, freeing up the system's PC Card slot for other duties.

November 1, 2006 by in Laptops

i-mate JAQ

i-mate JAQ

<p>One of the consequences of HTC's decision to seek a higher profile for itself by releasing devices under its own brand name seems to have been the defection of some companies to other suppliers. i-mate has announced two devices which are not made by HTC: a smartphone, which we will evaluate shortly, and a connected Pocket PC device, the <a href="http://www.imate.com/t-DETAILS_JAQ.aspx">JAQ</a>. Whether a realignment away from HTC becomes permanent for i-mate remains to be seen, but the move has, in this instance, allowed i-mate to make a bold choice of hardware. </p>

October 30, 2006 by in Smartphones

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