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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.
Fast and capable, the MG5220 is a good match for a family or a home office with basic scanning needs.
The G-Drive Mobile USB 500GB is a fast USB-only drive with a Mac-focus. With a three-year warranty, record-setting copy and duplication times, and a strong performance in our Photoshop tests, the G-Drive is the most impressive drive we’ve seen from G-Technology in the portable market.
E-mail client and personal information manager leaves Entourage behind.
Microsoft's updates to its instant messaging clients are underwhelming.
When it comes to designing mock-ups, this iPad app gets the job done, though there are a handful of limitations and frustrations. SketchyPad is a decent app, but other App Store offerings may be better options even if they cost a little more.
By combining compelling new features with a revamped interface, PowerPoint 2011 makes it easier than before to develop dazzling presentations quickly.
Excel 2011 is a solid upgrade for any current Excel user whose work involves a heavy dose of spreadsheet duty.
Update to Microsoft’s flagship word processing application levels the playing field for Macs in business.
MarsEdit 3.1, a desktop application, simplifies the workload for any blogger, but it's best for people who are busy with more than one blog.
This low-priced MFP offers high-class performance and even includes wireless, but supports only rudimentary paper handling is rudimentary.
Smartpen captures audio and links it with your written notes.
Chronicle aims to help you track, manage, and pay your bills, and to make your bill information available to you no matter which computer you’re using.