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Review:  HP Workstation xw4100 review

The xw4100 is HP’s workstation for buyers on a budget. It’s small for a workstation and looks like a high-end games machine. The design…

Review:  FlashTrax review

To the uninitiated, the FlashTrax is an iPod for still images. At its heart is a hard drive running a basic OS viewable through a 3.5-inch…

News:  Olympus intros small 6mp camera

Olympus has taken the wraps off the C-60 Zoom, a 6.1 megapixel model with a compact size and plenty of creative functions, according to the company.

Review:  Edius 2.0 review

When first launched in summer 2003, Edius seemed like a saviour for users of Canopus’s capture and effects hardware. Tied to Adobe’s ailing…

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…

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…

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…

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.…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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Eight-colour A2 inkjet launched

Comment:  Create a vector map collage

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…

Eight-colour A2 inkjet launched

Comment:  Iain Macarthur

Please contact the artist about licensing his work. Iain's site is at http://www.iainmacarthur.com/