Review Round Ups: Robosapien V2 and Swivel superzoom

eview: Robosapien Grows Up

WowWee’s second attempt at the Robosapien is a pricey one, at $250. Still, the Robosapien V2 is nearly double the size of its predecessor and is capable of head turns, arm and shoulder bends, grasping with large robotic fingers, and bending at the waist. By entering program mode via the
remote, you can program him to move in any position you like. He can also hear, see, feel, and interact. But if there’s one thing that he doesn’t excel at, it’s bowling.

Find out why in the review.

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Review Roundup: Watch As You Go

Portable video recorders aren’t as popular as Apple’s video iPod, but they do offer a lot more functionality. Just connect them to your PC or TV and record anything from My Name is Earl and Airline to Invasion and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. And that’s not all: PVRs also let you store MP3s, photos, and more. Ring in the new year with one of these three PVRs tested: the Archos AV 500, Cowon A2, and the Datexx Pavio PVR30T.

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Chances are that if you received a new PC for the holidays, you’ll need a printer to go with it. Luckily, PC Magazine have rolled out top-rated choices, along with the ones you were most interested in reading about in 2005. Find out what they are here

Maybe your New Year’s resolution is to travel more? If so, bring along one of these stellar laptops, from the best business laptop to a killer gaming system and more. Or maybe it’s to own a better music player for bopping to the beat? Try one of these MP3 players on for size.

Laptops: here
MP3 players: here

Review Roundup: Add Ringtones to Your Cell Phone

Phone companies sometimes charge an arm and a leg for ringtones. Instead, why not try a ringtone-maker program and pay just once? There are five to choose from in the roundup.

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Review: A Superzoom That Swivels: Nikon’s Coolpix S4

The Coolpix S4 is Nikon’s latest superzoom digital camera. It’s designed to swivel so that the lens and the body can rotate independently of each other. Although the S4 is packed with great features, such as In-Camera Red-Eye Fix, D-Lighting, and a 2.5-inch LCD, its shooting quality falls
short. The performance results in the review



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