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  • How to buy a printer for your computer.

    No matter how digital our lives become, printers remain essential in any office and convenient at home for schoolwork, maps, fliers, and photos. PC World tests and reviews three types of printers–inkjets, color lasers, and snapshot models–on an ongoing basis. We also regularly test multifunction printers, both inkjet and laser. No matter...

  • How to buy a motherboard for your computer.

    The Big Picture In many ways, the motherboard is the heart of the modern computer system, as it affects almost every other component. Choosing a motherboard is a fairly complicated task since you have seven to nine different factors to consider, of varying importance. Take some time to think about how you’ll...

  • Why you should BUY a home instead of rent.

    If you’re like most first-time home buyers, you’ve probably listened to friends’, family’s and coworkers’ advice, many of whom are encouraging you to buy a home. However, you may still wonder if buying a home is the right thing to do. Relax. Having reservations is normal. The more you know about why...

  • How to buy a mattress.

    How to Shop for a Mattress You spend a third of your life on your mattress. Choosing the right one for you can make a huge difference in your day to day activities. We know that mattress shopping can be confusing and stressful. Want to shop the old way – in store?...

  • How to buy an easy chair.

    Step 1: Determine potential size restrictions for your chair and what your maximum measurements can be if, for example, the new chair will be moved through a narrow doorway or if you’re squeezing it into a tiny living room. This is especially important with recliners, which often must be pulled away from...

  • How to buy cheap airline tickets.

    Step 1: Keep yourself updated on airfare wars by watching the news and reading the newspaper. Look for limited-time promotional fares from major airlines and airline companies just starting up. Step 2: Be flexible in scheduling your flight. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays are typically the cheapest days to fly; late-night flights (‘red-eyes’),...

  • The Panasonic SDR-T50 SD Camcorder Review

    The Panasonic SDR-T50 is like having a small telescope that’s able to capture standard-definition video. With its 70x lens you’ll have no problem getting closer to your subject, and its optical image stabilization is very good even if you’re moving. (You’ll still want to use a tripod or other support whenever possible;...

  • Your Shape Wii Review

    Every exercise game has its target audience, most don’t exclude half of the population like Ubisoft’s Your Shape Featuring Jenny McCarthy does by featuring nothing but aerobics exercise programs for women. It’s going to be hard to get too many guys into firming themselves up for bikini season, and gals will have...

  • Samsung UN55B8500 55 Inch Television Review

    If you watch football or read CNET, chances are you’ve noticed ads for Samsung’s so-called LED TVs. The company has released three series of these super-thin LED-based LCDs so far this year, the 6000, the 7000, and the 8000 models, but it’s saved the best for last. The fourth series is dubbed...

  • LG Infinia 47LE8500 47 Inch Television Review

    In 2010 you can prepare to be confused by two familiar yet relatively complex TV technologies: 3D and LED backlights. Before you ask, no, 3D is not available on the LG LE8500 series reviewed here–that perk is reserved for the more expensive 9500 models–but an LED backlight is. More important, the LE8500...

  • Samsung PN50B860 50 Inch Television Review

    In the battle between plasma and LCD, the former generally comes out ahead in most areas of our picture quality tests, while the latter has dominated the less-important, but somehow costlier, dimension of depth. LCDs like the Samsung and Sony edge-lit models, and the Hitachi UT37X902 cost a hefty premium for their...

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