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Review:  Apple MacBook Pro 17-inch review

This model is based on Intel’s relatively new Santa Rosa platform. Its Core 2 Duo chip speed has gone up from 2.33GHz to 2.4GHz but the real story…

Compaq 8710w review

Review:  Compaq 8710w review

HP has done more than just plumb in Intel’s Santa Rosa tech into an old models to create the 8710w, which boasts an innovative touchpanel, a new…

Vision 1.0 review

Review:  Vision 1.0 review

Vision is a suite of tools for the creation of high-end motion graphics, aiming at artists with complex projects or who want to automate graphics…

Fujifilm Finepix F40fd review

Review:  Fujifilm Finepix F40fd review

Finepix’s new F40fd 8.3mp camera produces better photos than some 10mp models we’ve looked at – with Fujifilm concentrating on the quality of…

Review:  BenQ DC T700 review

BenQ’s latest pocket snapper combines a pleasing design with an innovative large touchscreen that speeds up settings selection.

HDC-SD1 review

Review:  HDC-SD1 review

We were sceptical about a camcorder that records HD video onto an SD Card. The HDC-SD1, however, captures exceptional video for a sub-£1,000 model.

HV20 review

Review:  HV20 review

The HV20 records 1920-x-1080-pixel interlaced (1080i) HDV video (or standard DV) footage to MiniDV tapes. It offers a 24p mode to simulate the…

After Effects CS3 review

Review:  After Effects CS3 review

After Effects is the most popular of Adobe’s video tools, as its reach extends to motion-graphics artists, VFX professionals and 2D animators –…

Genuine Fractals 5 review

Review:  Genuine Fractals 5 review

Here at Digital Arts we often have to work with images that just aren’t high-res enough, which is where tools such as Genuine Fractals are invaluable.

Review:  Colour Confidence Profiler review

The Colour Confidence Profiler is the first system to offer profiling of both inkjet and laser printers for around £500. It combines the Eye-One…

15-inch MacBook Pro review

Review:  15-inch MacBook Pro review

The new 15-inch MacBook Pro is the first laptop we’ve seen to use Intel’s new version of its Centrino platform, codenamed Santa Rosa.

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I'm afraid not, no. This was a commercial commission, so cannot be used for any purpose except by the company who commissioned it (and us with…