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Wacom Intuos5 touch Medium Tablet Review

Published on August 20, 2012 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Wacom has long been considered by many to be the go-to brand for PC tablets, and it’s been for good reason. With its recently-launched Intuos5 touch, the company proved us wrong – our favorite tablet could in fact get better. With this latest release, the company cashes in on the touch craze, and after our testing, we’re glad it did.

Wacom Intuos4 Professional Pen Tablet

Published on June 8, 2009 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Wacom’s tablets have long been considered an industry standard, and reasons as to why are obvious to anyone who uses them. Though the Intuos3 was a masterpiece of a tablet, the Intuos4 improves things all-around, such as with a higher level of sensitivity, LED-labeled quick-keys, removable USB cable, improved design and more.

e frontier Poser Figure Artist

Published on December 12, 2007 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Don’t have access to a live model? Neither do most people, which is why an application like e frontier’s Poser Figure Artist exists. This tool gives you full control over a virtual model so that you can create the perfect pose for which to base your art off of. If you are an artist, this is a must-have.

Microsoft LifeCam VX-6000 & VX-3000

Published on October 3, 2007 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Microsoft released two brand-new webcams last month, the VX-3000 and VX-6000, both of which have a huge feature-set. The better of the two even offers “high-definition” 1.3 megapixel video capabilities. We’ve been testing both webcams for the past month and relay our thoughts here.

PS2: Ar tonelico

Published on March 28, 2007 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Fantasy mingled with technology, a mix that has begun to see more mainstream use in RPG’s to date. Ar tonelico, Melody of Elemia, is just such an RPG and yet appears to offer so much more. With all the elements of a classic RPG and new ones to boast Ar tonelico, it looks like it can satisfy that RPG itch.

Logitech NuLOOQ navigator

Published on February 13, 2007 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

We are always on the look out for a tool that can help us work faster and more efficiently. Logitech’s NuLOOQ navigator promises a great deal of added functionality in a complimentary desktop tool, making it easier and more fun to use many applications. It’s not a mouse and certainly won’t take its place, you use it to compliment your mouse, NuLOOQ in one hand and your mouse in the other.

Super Talent Mega Screen MP3 Player

Published on September 6, 2006 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Super Talent has been impressing us with their enthusiast memory over the past few months, and now they have gone ahead to release an MP3 player with a huge screen! In addition to MP3/WMA support, you can also view your images and even listen to the radio.

Logisys Black Illuminated Keyboard

Published on June 21, 2006 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Do you enjoy things that light up? Well, how about your keyboard? Logisys recently released a line of new office keyboards. Not only do they offer much functionality, they also offer lots of purty blue lights.

PS2: Atelier Iris 2 – The Azoth of Destiny

Published on June 15, 2006 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

AI2 is a completely new game, based in a different world than its predecessor. Yet, with its 2D sprites, can this game really stand up to the ever popular 3D games? I think so, and it’ll go to prove that 2D is far from dead, and is still just as fun as ever.

Manga Studio Debut 3.0

Published on June 6, 2006 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Manga Studio is an extensive art program developed for aspiring manga artists, and has been featured by the popular J-pop magazine Tokyopop. It has an extensive selection of tools available for the manga artist to use at their disposal, which is impressive to say the least. Having all the tools you’ll need to create and publish manga from your desktop? Sounds too good to be true!

HP Scanjet 4890 Scanner

Published on May 24, 2006 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

There are many scanners out there today that boast a great deal of features that would be appealing to the casual user and the professional alike. Today we are looking at the HP Scanjet 4890. It has many great features, one that most impresses me, film scanning. Want to know more? Read on!

Bluetake BT510 Mini Mouse and BT009Si Bluetooth Adapter

Published on November 28, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

The wireless age has brought forth many new products that relieve us of the ever present problems with wired devices. The BT510 Bluetooth® mini mouse by BlueTake is a new wireless mouse which offers a small sleek portable design that can be paired with any PC or laptop that boasts the reliable Bluetooth® wireless technology. It is portable and simple. Want to know more? Read on!

Close Look at Gametap

Published on November 7, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

GameTap is a new application that boasts a hoard of video games for the biggest of gaming enthusiasts, with many old and new game titles from multiple platforms and systems. It promises all the games in their original formats, total old school glory, and you can access the GameTap network right from your desktop, all in one. GameTap also promises new game releases often, new content and original programing for their MediaPlex within the GameTap software. Itching for some old school gaming? Then lets dive right in!

Logitech Z-4 2.1 Speakers

Published on October 24, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (1)

Listening to music and watching movies on our PC’s has become something we do on a daily basis, and how that sound is output is very important. The audio should be crisp, clear and undisturbed by distortions caused by speakers. The Logitech Z-4, an award winning product, promises crystal clear sound deliverance in a sleek retro design with advanced driver technology.

Crucial Gizmo! 1GB USB Drive

Published on September 19, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Today we are reviewing Crucial’s Gizmo! Hi-Speed USB 1GB Flash Drive. USB drives are the latest craze in tech gadgets, you see them all over today, and are a must have for any PC enthusiast. They all come in a variety of memory capacities, from 128MB to as large as 2GB, and are a great
alternative to floppy and zip discs, being smaller and less likely to get damaged. They are great for storing documents, photos and music.

Wacom Intuos3 6*8 Tablet

Published on June 6, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

Wacom is a renowned name in PC pen tablets for the digital artist, and are the leaders in PC tablet technology. Their tablets have been used by professionals world wide and are marked for their excellence in all their hardware. So, without further delay lets get into the review and the specifics.

AOL subscribers go AWOL

Published on May 5, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

AOL continues to bleed subscribers, the internet arm of giant media outfit Time Warner confirmed yesterday.



It shed 2.3m customers in the year to the end of March taking its total subscriber base to 21.7m. Or to put it another way, it lost 549,000 punters in the first three months of the year.



Check out the full story at The Register.

IBM retools Global Services

Published on May 5, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

IBM’s corporatewide restructuring announced Wednesday points to the computing giant’s struggles in reshaping its massive Global Services division around high-margin business consulting services.



Read the full article at CNet News here.

Ultra 256MB MP3 Player

Published on April 28, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

With so many MP3 players on the market today people are unsure what is good and what to look for. Well the Ultra 256Mb MP3 player boasts many unique features and looks to be quite promising. So, without further commentary lets begin the review!

Guild Wars Fansite Friday Interview

Published on April 1, 2005 by Jen McPherson | Comment (0)

The Fansite Friday interview for this week is hosted by a Swedish site, Guild Wars Norden. In this edition, you will find info about the Guild Wars manual(s), Early Access, the game interface, and our Wednesday Wallpapers. Head on over to read all about it, in either English or Swedish. Great information

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