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  • Canon EOS-1D X

    Canon EOS-1D X

    CNET Rating9.3

    Designed for sports and demanding professional photographers, the Canon EOS-1D X is an excellent SLR that will not disappoint.

  • Motorola Razr M

    Motorola Razr M

    CNET Rating8.5
    User Rating9.3

    If you want a screen that is larger than the iPhone 5's, but you don't want a handset that requires a briefcase to transport it about, the Razr M could be the "just right" sized Android phone that you've been looking for — with 4G to boot. 5

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

    Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

    CNET Rating8.5
    User Rating9.0

    The LX7 is an excellent advanced compact camera that has great photo quality. We highly recommend investing in a better lens cap for a pain-free photography experience. 6

  • HTC Desire X

    HTC Desire X

    CNET Rating8.3

    HTC delivers one of the better prepaid options in the Desire X, with much of the One X DNA trickling down to this cheaper device. 3

  • Apple iPad (4th generation)

    Apple iPad (4th generation)

    CNET Rating9.0

    The new iPad sports a Retina display, an A6X processor and doubles the CPU and graphics performance.

  • Cooler Master HAF XM

    Cooler Master HAF XM

    CNET Rating8.5

    We like the HAF XM; at AU$149, it gives you huge bang for buck, is well constructed and supports a variety of builds. Recommended.

  • Western Digital Red Drive

    Western Digital Red Drive

    CNET Rating9.0

    If you need to stack your NAS, the Red drive makes a good choice — good speeds, quiet operation and some intelligent technology make it the go-to drive. 2

  • Patriot Supersonic Magnum (64GB)

    Patriot Supersonic Magnum (64GB)

    CNET Rating9.0

    All flash drives are not created equal, something proven by the Magnum. If you want capacity and performance in a USB stick, this one's a very good choice indeed.

  • Sony Reader (PRS-T2)

    Sony Reader (PRS-T2)

    CNET Rating9.0
    User Rating5.5

    Although only a few changes have been made from the PRS-T1, those changes are significant and make the PRS-T2 worth looking at as an upgrade. 9

  • Apple MacBook Air 11 (mid-2012)

    Apple MacBook Air 11 (mid-2012)

    CNET Rating8.5

    The MacBook Air 11 continues to be a wonderfully portable laptop, suiting travel or those who are constantly on the move. While an IPS screen would be nice and the default storage sizes need to be raised, this is a lovely piece of engineering that has well and truly carved its niche.

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