Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a DIY notebook and install your components without having to crack open the manual?
That’s what Asus expects people to do with its compact new Z62J notebook. This 5.5-pounder features a 14-inch glossy screen, a built-in camera, an nVidia GeForce Go 7300 videocard with a 128MB frame buffer, and support for Intel’s Core Duo/Centrino Duo CPUs.
We're taking the Three Bears approach here. If Premiere Elements 2.0 (reviewed in March 2006) is too complex and Pinnacle's Studio Plus 10 (reviewed in April 2006) is too buggy, Ulead's VideoStudio 10 Plus could be just right for people who want the fastest route from DV cam to the TV screen.
Episodic games are widely regarded as the saving grace of the gaming industry. Instead of spending years creating 20-hour-plus full-length games, developers can build five-hour chunks of a game, and release them more frequently and for a lower price over the Internet.