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  • Readiris Corporate 12 Review

    Readiris Corporate 12 ($399 direct) converts documents from scanned images into standard file formats with the least fuss (and the fewest options) of any major OCR program. In corporate and other high-volume settings where you don’t want to spend time correcting text inside your OCR software, but simply want to get a...

  • GFI Mail Essentials and Mail Security Review

    Email Protection Mega Style – GFI Mail Essentials and Mail Security  Mail protection is a full time job.  We set out to protect our Exchange server from viruses, spam, phishing etc. We wanted an easy solution that is fully integrated and seamless to our users. Enter GFI and their Mail Security and...

  • Dell Studio One 19 (EO19-USE012CS) Review

    The Dell Studio One 19 (EO19-USE012CS) ($999.99 list), which is available at Costco, is very similar to the Studio One 19 I looked at earlier this year. Like the previous iteration, this Studio One 19 is a smallish all in one PC with a 18.5-inch touch screen panel. It’s more powerful than...

  • Zonbu Desktop Mini Review

    It’s a clever concept, if not exactly a fresh one: Sell or give away a PC, then make your money on a monthly subscription fee. The Linux-based Zonbu PC costs only $99 and promises to be “greener” than a typical PC, and it offers more than enough power for tasks such as...

  • Brother MFC-9320CW Review

    Some multi-function printers (MFPs, aka all-in-ones or AIOs) deliver lots of features. Others emphasize high-quality print output. The Brother MFC-9320CW ($500 street) focuses squarely on speed, with the fastest overall time on our tests for its price class. If print speed is one of your key concerns, this may be just the...

  • StarWind iSCSI SAN Software: Build Your Own SAN Review

    Server virtualization is growing at over 100% per year according to a recent IDC report. A key impetus of this growth in virtualization initiatives in IT departments around the world is the need to ensure that servers are continuously operating even in the event of failure, disaster or even a human error....

  • Epson Perfection V600 Photo Review

    You can usually count on Epson scanners to deliver better than average bang for the buck. The Epson Perfection V600 Photo ($249.99 direct, covered by a standard 1-year parts and labor warranty) is no exception. You’d expect a photo scanner at this price to scan up to four 35mm slides or two...

  • Seagate FreeAgent Desk Review

    These days, buying a hard drive isn’t just about capacity. More and more consumers are taking design into consideration. After all, who wants an ugly-looking device on his desk, when a more aesthetically pleasing one will do the same job? At the same time, with the current economic climate, no one is...

  • HP MediaSmart EX495 Review

    Once again, HP has retooled the MediaSmart Server EX490 and EX495 with new capabilities, including faster hardware and better MAC support. That makes it all the better to connect to your home network to serve as your personal backup center and media server. Additionally, HP changed the Windows Home Server (WHS) styled...

  • Iomega StorCenter ix4-200d NAS Server Review

    In order to compete in the cut-throat network storage market, Iomega, now a brand from EMC, has been reinventing its StorCenter NAS 200 series by adding some nifty Enterprise capabilities and offering them to small business customers. In the case of the small business NAS, the Iomega StorCenter ix4-200d NAS Server, the...

  • Dell Studio XPS 8000 (SX8000-1479UWH) Review

    The Dell Studio XPS 8000 (SX8000-1479UWH) ($799.98 list) is a retail version of Dell’s multimedia powerhouse desktop. It has been updated to work with Intel’s recent Core i5 processors, which makes it a lot less expensive than the Dell Studio XPS 435 we looked at last year. Sure, a less expensive graphics...

  • HP Pavilion p6367c-b Review

    HP aims to fuse performance and value in the HP Pavilion p6367c-b by pairing a quad-core Intel processor with 8GB of RAM. That’s a nice start but the p6367, available for $999.99 at Costco, HP would have done well to include an inexpensive discrete graphics card, as it did with the HP...