Congratulations, Mojopac. You have left us bitter and broken, but in the best way possible. For as much as we tried to find fault with, or otherwise break, your portable Windows virtualization software, we have returned from the war sans spoils. You win.

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Jade Empire

It kind of reminds us of a kung-fu flick, but the colorful scenery and adventure make Jade Empire entertaining.

War Front: Turning Point

War Front: Turning Point brings on alternate story and adventure to WWII--but that may be the only thing innovative about it.

Keyspan TuneView for iPod

The Keyspan TuneView for iPod is something you never knew you needed; the remote control docking system proves its worth.


Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 and Premiere Elements 3.0

If you’ve been computing long enough, you can probably tick off some of life’s touchstones that occurred around the time of each major Photoshop revision and on occasion tell yourself, “Wow, I remember when Photoshop was just born, err, released.”

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Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars

The sparkly green atmosphere and Hollywood-esque effects of Command and Conquer 3 are sure to captivate

Cambridge SoundWorks PlayDock Zen

Batteries or AC. Video-out or stereo line-in. We like options. And so we like the Cambridge Soundworks PlayDock Zen.  


Microsoft Entertainment Desktop 7000

The problem with having a PC in your living room is simple. It’s the mouse. Mousing on the couch is a royal pain in the ass.

Resting your mouse hand on your leg, on a couch arm, or on one of your couch buddies just doesn’t work. That’s why we were excited to see that Microsoft’s new living-room keyboards ship with an integrated mousing surface. We just didn’t understand why the company also included a wireless mouse.

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Belkin Cable-Free USB Hub

When we heard about Belkin’s Cable-Free USB Hub, our first thought was, “Yes! Now we can move our iPod A/V dock next to our TV in the living room and still sync the player with iTunes on our PC in the den.” Ha! This device’s range is so poor it barely reaches across the room.

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