Sony's Handycam DCR-SX45, SX65, and SX85 standard-definition camcorders pack a megazoom lens at a reasonable price; one look at the standard-definition video, though, and you might regret not spending a bit more for an HD model.
Robot lawn mowers are a pricey luxury, but this new model from LawnBott wants to make it even easier to keep a tidy lawn and maximize your weekend free time.
Annoyed that your curved TV can't lay flat on demand? Worry no longer. A concept 85-inch bendable TV by Samsung can be made flat, and then curved again, with the push of a button on the remote.
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The MyVolume HDMI works as advertised, though some consumers may want to wait out a law that should essentially take the product's place.
Like many lower-end camcorders, the Sony Handycam DCR-HC32 has trouble keeping noise out of the picture. But that's the only real problem with this affordable, feature-packed model.
If you work on both the Mac and Windows platforms, it's worth sacrificing some ease of use with StuffIt Deluxe 8.5 for Windows.
While its performance isn't always stellar, the feature-rich DSC-S85 represents a good value among 4-megapixel digicams.
Despite its many annoyances, XP is a worthwhile upgrade. Unless you need corporate administration tools, XP Home Edition should suffice for most--even for small businesses. Enterprise customers, look to Professional Edition.
With the addition of 3D tools and RealMedia playback, Director belongs in the toolbox of every professional multimedia developer.
The Sony XBA-NC85D is marginally effective at canceling noise and its disappointing sound quality does nothing to offset the exorbitant price.