Rugged Dell Latitude E6400 XFR Laptop Takes a Beating

Dell brought its new ruggedized laptop, the Latitude E6400 XFR, into our offices for a demo and Senior Editor Darren Gladstone put it through a series of grueling tests.

A Sneak Peek at The Sims 3

With the imminent worldwide release of The Sims 3, EA invited us to their offices for a preview of the game.

Inexpensive OLED Picture Frame

The Pocket Album Deluxe will make your photos sparkle on its gorgeous OLED display.

How to Solve Sluggish Internet Surfing

Tips and tricks to get your Web browser into shape.

Solid Improvements for Amazon's Kindle 2

The Kindle 2 is better looking, lighter, and the screen is even easier to read, but it's still difficult to view your own documents on the device.

The Eee Top All-in-One Desktop

Though you can get more power for your money if you go with a typical desktop PC, the Eee Top 1602's $600 price tag is reasonable in view of the PC's sleek, eye-catching design and user-friendly touch interface. So, if you're looking for a PC for the kitchen, for your kids, or perhaps for the technophobe in your life, the Eee Top may be just the ticket.

The Sexy iRiver Spinn MP3 Player

The iRiver Spinn MP3 is an innovative music player with an eye-catching design and a unique navigation system.

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Overclocked Mega Gaming PCs

The Falcon NorthWest Mach V and Hardcore Computer's Reactor are two of the fastest and most interesting overclocked gaming desktops we've ever seen at PC World.

Disaster! How to Retrieve a Lost Windows Password

We show you techniques and tools that help solve the problem.

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Inexpensive Hi-Def Video with the Flip MinoHD

The Flip MinoHD minicamcorder brings high-definition video recording to your

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Creative Zen's Mosaic MP3 Player

Creative Zen's Mosaic MP3 player looks slick and features an unusual design. The 2GB device costs just $60. But is it worth the cash? PC World's Amber Bouman takes a look.

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BlackBerry Storm Touchscreen Underwhelms

There's been widespread anticipation for RIM's new touchscreen BlackBerry cellphone, the Storm. However, Senior Editor Denny Arar calls the touchscreen "a failed experiment."

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Atomic Mini-Notebooks

A look at two new mini-notebooks powered by Intel's new Atom mobile processor.

How to Improve Windows Vista's Performance

These tips and techniques make your OS go faster.

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Taking Nintendo's Wii Fit for a Test Run

We take a look at Nintendo's Wii Fit and the Wii Balance Board.