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    • 21.

      Consumer Reports - Laptops


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-01-17
      Laptops account for about 25 percent of sales. It's not hard to understand why. Small screens and cramped keyboards have been replaced by bigger, crisper displays and more usable key layouts. Proc...
    • 22.

      Consumer Reports - Headphones


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-01-17
      With audio and video gear taking center stage in many households, it's bound to happen: You're relaxing to a classical CD when your kids start blasting MTV or a DVD movie. Rather than resorting to...
    • 23.

      Consumer Reports - DVD Recorders


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-01-17
      At the highest-quality setting, the quality of most DVD video recordings is better than that of a VCR. DVD recorders also offer more ways to navigate recordings, with no need to rewind or fast-for...
    • 24.

      Consumer Reports - DVD-players


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-01-17
      The DVD has come to dominate video even more quickly than the CD conquered audio in the 1980s. Along with changing what we watch--discs rather than tapes--DVDs are changing how we watch. The digit...
    • 25.

      Consumer Reports - Cordless-phones


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-01-17
      It's easier than ever to have a phone where you want one. The newest breed of cordless phones lets you put a handset in any room in the house, even if no phone jack is nearby. However, manufacture...
    • 26.

      Consumer Reports - Monitors


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-01-27
      Deciding whether to buy a flat-panel LCD or a standard, fairly fat CRT monitor comes down to this: Do you need more space on the surface of your desk or on the screen? If freeing up space on your ...
    • 27.

      Consumer Reports - Lcd-Tvs


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-01-27
      Once available only with small screens, LCD TVs now come with screens as large as 50 inches (and climbing), which makes them suitable for a household's primary TV set. Regardless of screen size, t...
    • 28.

      Consumer Reports - TVs


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-02-07
      There's never been more variety in TV types, sizes, and shapes than there is right now. If you'd love a flat-panel set that's only a few inches thick, an LCD or plasma TV might be right for you. ...
    • 29.

      Consumer Reports - Scanners


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-02-07
      You don't need a digital cameras to take advantage of the computer's ability to edit photos. Continuing improvements in scanners have made it cheaper and easier to turn photos into digital images ...
    • 30.

      Consumer Reports - Projection-TV


      by Brooke Yan - 2007-02-07
      The least expensive--and most common--type of jumbo TV is a rear-projection set. Some projection sets have three cathode-ray picture tubes (CRTs), smaller versions of the tubes used in conventiona...