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Wacom Bamboo Pad Wireless Touchpad with Digital St&hellip by Wacom
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Wacom's Bamboo line was once the jewel of their crown, but if this release is anything to go by, then the crown has started to rust.

I've found it rather hard to take this product seriously; Windows 7 support is poor with few applications taking advantage of the pad's functionality. What makes this more disappointing is that input sensitivity wavers all over the place, and is absolutely a downgrade from previous iterations of the Bamboo product line.

Though it doesn't arrive with wireless functionality out of the box (unless you're willing to pay a bit more), the Intuos range represents a far better deal when it comes to build quality input. Unlike the Bamboo, they… Read more
ASICS GT-1000 V2 Running Shoes Asics
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
These are my first pair of Asics running shoes, and to say I'm delighted really is an understatement. In the past, I would have always considered Nike and Adidas as top contenders for any sports-related equipment based on their designs, though I've increasingly become disillusioned with expensive gimmicks. These companies are under so much pressure to release new products every season that longevity isn't an ingredient that they're familiar with.

Asics on the other hand are a company built on that very attribute; their shoes are instantly familiar, despite an impressively broad range of products. And once you try a pair on, their really is no going back.

I use these… Read more
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ60EB-K Compact Digital Camer&hellip by Panasonic
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A mixed bag, 21 Jun 2014
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Panasonic's TZ60 is one of the most feature packed compact cameras that I've come to own, and provides a good deal of creative freedom if you want to control your images without having to rely too much on menu navigation. But is it a good deal?

Alongside the camera, the box also contains some software and manuals, wrist lanyard, battery, USB cable and, most surprisingly of all, a USB to 3 pin wall adapter. The latter is a welcome addition for a compact camera, given that other companies rely heavily on charging through another device or requiring the battery to be removed from the camera and put in a cradle. With the Tz60, charging is completed through the camera, so you have the… Read more