If you want to listen to your iPod's audio in multiple locations, Creative's Xdock Wireless Music System is one option, although it doesn't come cheap.
The HF10’s impressive video quality and ease of use add up to a very good camcorder, especially given its size. If size is a consideration for you, the HF10 is the right tapeless camcorder.
Capable of printing very good quality text and business graphics at reasonably fast rates, the MFC-7840W is a fine choice for offices that work in a black-and-white world.
The HDR-SR11 HD camcorder is an easy choice for those wishing to jump on the tapeless bandwagon. Sony has all the bases covered: the camcorder is Mac-friendly, sports impressive video quality, and is elegantly designed.
Though the Phaser 6130 is inexpensive, there are better options in the same price range. For $50 more, you can buy Brother’s HL-4070CDW, a much faster, higher quality color laser printer that includes wireless networking and duplexing.
PC World senior associate editor Danny Allen joins forces with Macworld associate editor Brian Chen in discussing the Tenori-On, Yamaha's new music sequencer.
In a world where consumer Mini DV camcorders are being phased out, the HV30 is easily a top choice. The camcorder’s impressive feature set and superb video quality should cater to both advanced and amateur video makers.
In his WWDC Keynote address Monday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the news everyone had been anticipating—the July release of the 3G-equipped iPhone. He also made an announcement fewer were expecting—a major price cut to the device.
In his keynote address to a sold-out audience Monday at Worldwide Developers Conference 2008, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that iPhone 2.0, a major firmware update for the popular smart phone, would be released early July.
The majority of the tapeless camcorders tested by Macworld Lab did not work properly on a Mac. Associate Editor Brian Chen reports on the details.
Associate Editor Brian Chen recounts Macworld Lab's epic, painful experience evaluating the Lexmark X560N -- which fortunately led to a reward.
Lexmark’s X560n combines a scanner, copier, fax machine, and color laser printer in a MFP device designed for medium-sized workgroups. X560n is fast, but the difficult scanner setup results in a hit to productivity on the Mac.
Associate Editor Brian Chen welcomes you to Macworld's newest blog, From the Lab.
The Brother MFC-9840CDW is a multifunction color laser printer, copier, scanner, and fax machine with wired and wireless networking capabilities. It doesn’t come cheap, but if you’re looking for a versatile machine that does its job well, the MFC-9840CDW is a worthwhile investment. It can be a little tricky to use—especially when you’re setting up wireless printing—but you end up with high-quality output that’s produced quickly.
The Pixma MX850 is Canon’s all-in-one scanner, copier, fax machine, and ink-jet printer built for the small office or home office. The MX850 prints impressively crisp, legible text that’s comparable to laser quality. Add to that speedy performance, solid print results, and extra perks, and you have a superb multifunction printer.
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