It's small and stocky but oddly handsome, with great gaming—if you can handle the netbooklike ergonomics.
Back up, create images and virtual machines, and restore to diverse hardware with Virtualization Manager 12 Professional.
A complete lack of support for two-sided printing is a deal-killer for this otherwise competent small-office multifunction.
VMWare's powerful email client Zimbra Desktop could replace your Outlook or Thunderbird in the near future.
The ThinkPad X230 laptop retains the hallmarks of the X series, though it's pricey and boxy-looking compared to more-modern designs.
Freebies don't get any better than Aomei's powerful Partition Assistant Home Edition.
Versatile package provides a nearly complete set of imaging, virtualization, and hard-drive tools.
The MX372 is a decent, inexpensive MFP for PC users, but its black ink is pricey, and it has no duplexing support for the Mac.
AK-Player 7 is a visually spectacular software media player, but otherwise merely capable.
Secure flash drives are convenient and more reliable than ever, but their performance doesn't keep up with the times. Still, they'll keep your data safely in your pocket.
The CE-Secure Vault FIPS offers hardware encryption, FIPS 140-2 Level 2 certification, manageability, and reasonable performance.
AES 256-bit hardware encryption, manageability, antimalware software, and a nice tactile experience highlight the Defender 2000.
Slick biometric finger swiping and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification make this flash drive especially secure.
This slender keypad drive is secure and can be used handily with any operating system or device, but performance is subpar.
With its managed software, this is one of the more affordable FIPS 140-2 certified secure flash drives on the market.