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Magazine articles on computer peripherals like monitors, printers, scanners, CD ROM, etc.
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September 2005
Amanda C. Kooser
Double Down New-generation DVD burners can pack a single disc with twice the data of what you're accustomed to getting with older DVD technology. Here's what you should know before you buy. mark for My Articles 394 similar articles
August 19, 2005
James Galbraith
HP Photosmart 8250 The Photosmart 8250 is HP's first photo printer to use individual ink cartridges, and it delivers very good print quality on certain media. It also can print directly from many types of camera memory cards. mark for My Articles 950 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 17, 2005
Sebastian Rupley
Display Times Two A new LCD technology from Sharp displays two different images at once. mark for My Articles 168 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 17, 2005
Edward Mendelson
The Ultimate USB Key Your USB flash drive is good for a lot more than data transfer. It can be a whole office on the go. mark for My Articles 560 similar articles
August 16, 2005
Ted Wallingford
Phlink 2.2 Phone-message recorder offers a much-improved interface and Tiger-only enhancements. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
August 15, 2005
Christopher Lindquist
Read the Fine and Fast Print A new printer prototype by Brother Industries can produce at 170 pages per minute. HP has a new printer that will reportedly reduce costs and increase speed. MIT announced a technique that would use DNA for nano-printing. mark for My Articles 516 similar articles
August 12, 2005
James Galbraith
Konica Minolta Magicolor 2450 The Magicolor 2450, with its bright, accurate colors, PostScript 3 capability, and reasonable price, will be a good bet for people who need a small workgroup, network color laser printer. mark for My Articles 528 similar articles
August 11, 2005
Ben Long
Adesso CyberTablet 8600 Are you one of those Photoshop users who still hasn't replaced their mouse with a pressure-sensitive tablet and pen? Then maybe it's time you consider Adesso's CyberTablet 8600. mark for My Articles 190 similar articles
Technology Research News
August 10, 2005
Kimberly Patch
System carries PC soul IBM Researchers are developing Soulpad, a portable USB disk that is able to set up a user's applications, data environment, and system settings on any personal computer. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 3, 2005
David Murphy
Lay Down Some Digital Vocals As a home musician, you usually get what you pay for, equipment-wise. It's therefore surprising that the Marshall MXL Desktop Recording Kit is a fairly good purchase for amateur recording needs. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
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