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Windows 8 after a year: 21 hardware hits and misses

Windows 8 after a year: 21 hardware hits and misses

Over the past year, I've used Windows 8 (and Windows 8.1) on at least 20 different PCs in a broad range of form factors, ranging from a Vista-era desktop to an amazingly light Haswell-powered Ultrabook with a Gorilla Glass cover. Here's a quick tour of these devices, along with my lessons learned from each one.

published September 26, 2013 by

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AOC Jenio 919Pwz

AOC Jenio 919Pwz

AOC's latest 19-inch monitor from its Jenio range has brilliant colours and great ergonomics, but we would have liked to have seen a faster refresh rate than 60Hz at its native resolution.

published September 9, 2008 by

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NEC NP905G2

NEC NP905G2

Despite its thin and flimsy carry case, the NP905G2 projector straddles the line between portability and a full feature set very nicely.

published August 10, 2008 by

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Sanyo PLC-XW60

Sanyo PLC-XW60

The Sanyo PLC-XW60 is a small projector promoted as being able to fit into a briefcase or handbag, albeit a very large handbag. While not the perfect picture, it is extremely portable and reasonably priced.

published July 29, 2008 by

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Optima WorkPro X860

Optima WorkPro X860

Intel vPro promises to ease desktop management for IT managers but does it really stack up? We review Optima's first vPro machine to find out.

published February 4, 2007 by

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Optima MyPC MCE PC

Optima MyPC MCE PC

A reasonable PC, but totally misses the point of Media Center. As such, it's essentially a PC that happens to be running Media Center rather than the other way around.

published December 6, 2004 by

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First Look: Sony KLVL32MRX1 LCD TV

First Look: Sony KLVL32MRX1 LCD TV

We sit down with Sony's latest LCD TV in our Australian first look.Sony's latest line of LCD televisions is spearheaded with the KLVL32MRX1, a 32" widescreen model with innate recording technologies and Sony's own WEGA TV engine for supposedly sharp picture quality.

published May 18, 2004 by

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