Review

Ultra Products MicroFly

At first glance, Ultra Products'; MicroFly might look like a clone of Aspire's X-QPack (reviewed October 2005) but it isn't.

Ulead VideoStudio 10 Plus

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.

Dreamgear i.Sound Max

Dreamgear obviously knows that speakers are the single most lucrative segment of iPod add-on products: The company offers eight models, including the i.Sound Max.

SIN Episodes: Emergence

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.

iPort FS-2 Free-standing Music System

If you think it's foolish to drop $200 on a docking station for a $300 iPod, we won&'t even mention iPort's $1,100 model FS-5.

Danger Den Custom AMD Kit

Danger Den is one of the most popular online destinations for a la carte water-cooling parts (water blocks, pumps, radiators, etc), but it also sells pre-assembled kits using exclusive hardware.

Altec Lansing iM11

Altec Lansing's inMotion iM11 is an even smaller portable speaker/docking station than the iM5 model we reviewed in January, and we like it just a bit more than its portlier sibling.

LOTR: Battle For Middle Earth II

If you're looking for a sophisticated RTS that innovates and really pushes the genre forward, The Battle for Middle-Earth II is definitely not for you.

Logitech Wireless Music System for PC

Logitech's Wireless Music System for PC uses the same basic technology as the company's Wireless Music System for iPod we reviewed in July, but we're not nearly as fond of it.