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IBM's online conferencing service takes care of the basics, but it's missing several features its competitors offer.
A solid choice for home and student users, the iP4820 provides appealing speed and print quality.
A small office or home office will like the speed and automatic duplexing, but the trade-off is pricey toner.
This mobile expense manager shows some promise. But it needs some bug fixes and has a few noticeable omissions from its feature set.
Crumpler's Moderate Embarrassment is a fun and protective messenger-style laptop bag.
This app looks to improve upon what you get with the built-in Contacts app, with better support for groups. And while it delivers on that promise, some features in Tacts are lacking.
This note-taking app, which records audio while letting you type or scribble notes on your iPad, is not without its share of limitations. But it's also an impressive app that should interest students, workers, or anyone else who has to take notes during lectures, meetings, or presentations.
This laser printer looks like a bargain, but its pricey toner makes it good only for low-volume use.
The 12-core Mac Pro is certainly not for everyone. It is expensive and unimpressive when performing everyday computing tasks. However, for anyone who makes a living working on high-end applications that can use and abuse the 24 virtual cores, the amount of time saved on processor-intensive tasks results in the 12-core Mac Pro being a bargain.
Fossil’s Lizette Messenger is a nice hybrid between fashion-forward and real-world-useful, offering a surprising amount of space for your gadgets without awkwardly bulking up your bag. Unfortunately, the Lizette's strap leaves something to be desired for long commutes.
This near-perfect document viewer packs a lot of power, thanks to a plentiful set of features.
CalDigit has quietly launched the first USB 3.0 drive designed for the Mac. The anticipated performance boost does not disappoint.
This home-oriented multifunction printer offers good speed and print quality plus access to some fun Web apps, but its pricey inks and skimpy paper-handling options are disappointments.