Archive for March, 2010

Korg microSTATION

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Set to be available this May (2010) at a price which is yet to be confirmed, the Korg microSTATION is a new and decidedly less than “micro” addition to Korg’s Micro range. The keys may be mini, but there’s 61 of them over the microKORG’s 37, and you can be absolutely sure that they’ll be […]

Parallels 5 Gaming

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

One of the biggest questions raised in response to the 27″ iMac was “how good is it for gaming.” The response, at least in terms of native Mac games is very positive. And a reboot into Windows 7 offers pretty stellar performance in a variety of new Windows-only titles, even performing admirably at the native […]

Samsung XL2370 23″ LED Monitor Review

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Not content with looking at simply one LED monitor, I sourced a competing product from Samsung and managed to obtain the 23″ XL2370 which also runs at 1920×1080. I’ll come right up and say that the Samsung XL2370 is the inferior product in many respects, and it’s evident that either the Samsung brand has given […]

Samsung U10 HD Pocket Video Camera Review

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

HD Pocket Video cameras seem to be taking the world by storm, in a thundering cloud of mediocrity that makes me truly baffled as to why you’d bother wasting money on one that would be best put towards, for example, a Panasonic compact camera with 720p AVCHD support. Sure, the latter is a little bigger, […]

LG W2486L 24″ LED Monitor Reviewed

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Face it, LCD monitors have been boring for years and the phrases “high contrast” and “2ms” just aren’t enough to wake me from plain ignoring them. However, recently someone out there in gadget world woke up and decided it was time to start implementing thin LCD display technologies into desktop monitors where, although space may […]