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Review:  RX-E Workstation review

Armari’s RX-E includes some of the best components currently available for mid-range, Windows-based 3D workstations. It offers two of the latest…

Review:  WP-20 Wireless Print Server review

The WP-20 Wireless Print Server is a small silver box that connects to the i990 via a USB port, and then allows everyone on your network to use…

Review:  Bubble Jet i990 review

With the power and ease of digital photography winning over even the most ardent film fans, it’s more important than ever that the rest of the…

Review:  Panasonic DVC-30 review

With the DVC-30, Panasonic has done a good job of cramming the DVX100’s main features into a smaller case – and adding a few of its own. However,…

Review:  ACi Sovereign Pro review

On paper, the Sovereign Pro looks like a powerful bargain laptop. Based around ATI’s powerful Mobile Radeon 9600 graphics chip and a large…

Review:  MediaBank HS-R review

Combining speed and security, the latest-generation MediaBank HS-R offers an impressive external storage solution – especially if you’re a Mac…

Review:  JVC Pro DR-DV5000E review

JVC Pro’s DR-DV5000E is a FireWire hard-drive container (with removable 40GB hard drive) and controller that you can add to your shoulder-mounted…

Review:  Matrox RT.X100 Xtreme Pro review

Until this autumn, Matrox’s line of DV-editing hardware looked to be in trouble. Tied to an ailing piece of editing software –…

Review:  Video Toaster 3 review

Occasionally an upgrade ditches the ‘ooh’, ‘aah’ new features for an expansive list of seemingly minor updates that combine to leave a wide smile…

Review:  Mirage review

Mirage offers the widest and most creative paint-based toolset for compositors and animators available.

Review:  Liquid Edition 5.5 review

Liquid Edition finally brings together Pinnacle’s prosumer and broadcast DV editing tools into a single application.

Review:  MVX3i review

The MVX3i sits at the top of Canon’s range of single-CCD DV camcorders. Though primarily aimed at consumers, it does include some…

Review:  Combustion 3 review

One of the most enticing new features in Combustion 3 is the built-in editing capability. The Edit tool exists as an operator (as Combustion calls…

Review:  Premiere Pro review

Premiere is back from the brink. Just when it looked like the video-editing product should be put out of its misery, it has been given ...

Review:  Xpress Pro review

As with its predecessor, Xpress DV, Xpress Pro sits at the top of the software NLE pile, placed alongside Final Cut Pro looking down on ...

Review:  Power Mac G5 review

The most highly awaited creative computer of 2003 is finally here. Apple’s Power Mac G5 – dubbed “the world’s fastest personal computer” and “the…

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