The $455 price tag is tempting for a 24-inch LCD, but you can get more quality for not much more money.
The Acer B273HU, a 27-inch LCD with a surprisingly low price, did well enough at every task to make it a good value for anyone who wants to upgrade to a huge screen without breaking the bank.
Although it looks like a standard Toughbook 30, this is an upgraded model with features that will appeal to military troops and undercover police officers.
With BounceBack Ultimate 9.0, you can boot your system from an external drive via the USB port if your main hard drive dies, and your computer won’t even know the difference.
Redfly Mobile Companion takes whatever is on your smart phone display and puts it on a bright, readable eight-inch screen.
NEO can take an Outlook mailbox that is filled with junk, and filter the cream from the crop — and the rot.
The options are endless, and the learning curve is, too. But with Microsoft Access you get more bang for the buck than with any other program of its kind.
Corel’s new Paradox X4 has the most features of any database in this review. The hard part is finding them.
Nothing with Alpha Five is easy, but it has other databases beat when it comes to advanced features, such as script building and Web application development.
Despite its limited capabilities, askSam 7 is still a good piece of software for novice to intermediate users who need to run simple database functions.
Features such as conditional formatting and e-mail links to hosted databases have helped widen the gap between FileMaker and Microsoft Access on ease-of-use.
The GCN Lab tested five personal database programs, several of which can do just about anything you want to do with your data, as long as you've got the time to learn how.
Kodak’s Scan Station 500 network scanner lets you save scanned files to network, e-mail or flash drive and packs extra features such as security and voice annotation capability.
Logitech’s Wave Pro wireless keyboard is easy to use, with a gentle touch and a powerful wireless signal.
The GCN Lab looks at the spectrum of input devices, from the not-so-lowly mouse to some high-end touch-screens.