July 2012  Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for July 2012. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Articles for July of 2012

Below are the 22 articles for July of 2012

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review: A Straight Shooter

No \”gourmet food\” scene modes. No smile detection. Just a serious camera for serious shooters. The Fujifilm X-Pro1 leaves the auto modes to the point-and-shoots. In their place users will[...]

Crucial m4 256GB mSATA SSD Review

The surprisingly small mSATA standard might be relatively new, but as new laptops continue to get thinner and lighter, these new drives will likely dominate the notebook storage market. We[...]

What are the Best iOS Arcade Games?

The Apple App Store is a treasure trove of classic arcade games — the very same quarter munchers that consumed way too much of your allowance in the 80s and[...]

Is Overclocking Really Risky Business?

Heinlein was famous for his acronym, TANSTAAFL, or There Ain\’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch. Any computer enthusiast worth their salt has, at one point or another, tried[...]

Most Popular Digital Cameras of June 2012

Up until last month, the Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS held the number one slot in our monthly most popular list in a stranglehold. The Nikon Coolpix S9300 upstages the[...]

Nikon Coolpix P510 Review: Bigger Gets Better

The Nikon Coolpix P510 pulls of a very challenging engineering trick – it offers a fixed 42x optical zoom lens. That\’s an equivalent range starting at a wide 24mm and[...]

Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 Review: No Contract Necessary

Smartphones are great, but service contracts stink.  Users could be paying $100 a month to get voice and data service.  But what if there was a device that can do[...]

HP Photosmart 5520 Review: A Smart Photo AIO

Looking for a smart, fun, creative and affordable companion for your home, dorm, apartment, etc.? Then I have just the thing for you. And no, this isn\’t a personal ad,[...]

Lenovo ThinkPad T430s User Review

The Lenovo ThinkPad T430s offers a great alternative to your standard 14-inch business laptop, providing the necessary functionality in a lighter more portable frame. Perhaps the most notable difference between[...]

Microsoft Office 2013 Review: Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook

Microsoft Office has long been the gold standard for productivity suites, and Office 2013 continues that trend with new features designed to help users work more efficiently and effectively. Microsoft[...]

OmniJoin Review: Videoconference with Co-Workers from Anywhere

OmniJoin, a cloud service by Brother, offers small and medium sized businesses easy to use video conferencing at an affordable price. It features high performance video and great usability. The[...]

Yelp for Android OS Review: Advice for Travelers

Yelp for Android OS allows users to find reviews of local businesses and restaurants based off their location from their smartphone or tablet. With its simple layout and user interface,[...]

HP ENVY Sleekbook 6z Review: Is Being Thin Enough?

The HP ENVY Sleekbook 6z (also called the Sleekbook 6z-1000) is one light and thin notebook; about two-thirds the height and weight of normal 15.6-inch notebook at just 0.78 inches[...]

Dell B1160w Review: No Hassle Ultra Compact Laser

Tired of fighting your co-workers just to print a simple black and white text document? Working from a small home office?  Then you fall right into the market that Dell[...]

Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 Review: A Step Behind The Competition

The Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 is an Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) tablet that is relatively affordable, but a step up from budget tablet pricing (the 16 GB model is currently available[...]

Alienware M14x R2 Review: Better Than The Original

The Alienware M14x R2 is the perfect solution for serious gamers looking for a smaller, lighter gaming notebook. The futuristic design makes this 14-inch laptop look like something from a[...]

New Dell Precision M4700 and M6700 Mobile Workstations Announced

Dell today announced the next generation of the Dell Precision mobile workstations. The new Precision M4700, Precison M6700 and M6700 Covet Edition are designed for engineering and design professionals who[...]

What is 4K HDTV?

What Is 4K HDTV? 4K gets its name directly from its horizontal resolution, which delivers approximately 4000 pixels from one end of the HDTV screen to the other horizontally (the[...]

Google Nexus 7 Review: Welcome The New 7-Inch Champ

The Google Nexus 7 is Google\’s first foray into the tablet market, a 7-inch budget priced tablet aimed at media consumption. The hardware is manufactured by ASUS and features a relatively[...]

Dell C3760dn Review: Reliable Color Laser

The Dell C3760dn was one of two new laser printers announced earlier this month that we got exclusive first looks at before the news hit the wire. Now, we are[...]

Fujitsu Lifebook U772 Review: Don\’t Judge An Ultrabook By Its Cover

The Fujitsu Lifebook U772 sports one of the classiest designs seen on an Ultrabook. However, in stark contrast to its flawless design many of the basic features are beyond sub-par[...]

Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 Review: Almost The Perfect Budget Laptop

The Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 may not be the most exciting machine on the market, but it\’s an affordable well-crafted desktop replacement. Its low costs, key features, and solid performance make[...]