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The Apple continues to develop. Ever more compact and with ever higher performance, it packs quite a punch and can easily replace a desktop computer when it comes to office docs, internet and more. For the 2010 model, Apple has reworked everything upwards. Minimalist and compact are two of terms that come to mind when you get ahold of this baby. Entirely in aluminium, the casing inspires confidence with faultless manufacturing quality and finish. In the purist Apple style, only the DVD rewriter slot breaks with an otherwise bare façade. No USB port nor memory card reader at the front of the machine! A heresy for some, this is however what appeals to lots of people when it comes to their Macs, even though this might make them impractical on a day-to-day basis, as is the case with this Mac Mini. It has nevertheless retained all its qualities. The low running noise is particularly impressive. It's no more audible than Apple's laptops. The mains adaptor is nevertheless built into the casing, which is always a bonus as it reduces the cabling running over your floor. The connectivity is all at the back.
By TechRadar, published 17-12-2011
iOS FPS games: going beyond DoomBefore Doom, id Software released another game that established the elements of what we now recognise as a first-person shooter. You need only check out the iOS version of Wolfenstein 3D (£1.49, Universal) to see the lineage. A 3D world, movement and strafing performed on one controller, another used to look around, an arsenal of weapons, health packs and (semi) in...
By TechRadar, published 16-12-2011
OverviewPhillips has taken its sweet time in delivering its 2011 line-up of LED TVs, but this 7000 Series screen was worth the wait. Sticking to the brushed aluminium look that has served the brand well in the last few years, this 42-inch Edge LED TV screen's headline act is Easy 3D.It's perhaps the best, simplest name yet for the passive 3D system (LG calls in Cinema 3D), although we're slightly ...
By TechRadar, published 16-12-2011
OverviewThe Xbox 360 has changed since its launch in 2005.That much is transparently clear from the updated version that debuted in 2010.The Xbox 360 S is smaller, sleeker and quieter than the previous model and designed to banish the infamous 'Red Ring of Death' hardware failure that forced Microsoft to extend its warranty on the system.Likewise the arrival of Kinect, which has gone on to sell ov...
By TechRadar, published 29-11-2011
OverviewThis second version of Apple TV (also commonly known as Apple TV 2) dumped its forebear's 40GB of local storage, chopped its footprint by three-quarters and halved its UK price down to £99.But its real advance only became apparent when iOS 5 was released in October 2011, which is why we're updating this review, first published when Apple TV 2 was released in 2010.iOS 5 has opened up Apple...
By MaximumPC, published 21-11-2011
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