Tag: studio

  • User Review: Dell Studio XPS 16 Update

    Currently the most powerful laptop offered by Dell short of an Alienware, the Dell Studio XPS 16is a sleek, performance-class machine. Recently, Dell refreshed the machine, adding Intel’s new Core i-series processors and a more powerful ATI graphics card. However, depending on the selected options, it can also bear a hefty price tag. My Dell […]

  • Western Digital My Passport Studio Review

    by Jerry Jackson The My Passport series of external hard drives has been Western Digital’s most successful line of portable external hard drives for several years. The sleek casing, solid build quality, reasonable speed and tons of storage space continue to keep these USB-powered 2.5″ 5400RPM SATA notebook hard drives popular. The all new My […]

  • Western Digital My Book Studio Edition II Review

    by Jerry Jackson When it comes to external hard drives, if you’ve seen one, you’ve probably seen them all … unless you’re talking about a 4TB external hard drive with USB 2.0, FireWire 400, FireWire 800 and eSATA ports to connect to just about any computer you own. That’s where the Western Digital My Book […]

  • Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Pinnacle Studio 16 — an excellent video editing and DVD authoring program for Windows — is the first release of this software package since Corel Corp.’s acquistion of Pinnacle. As we’ll see in this review, Studio 16 is amazingly capable, competent, and stable, suitable for professional use but accessible to beginners. Overview Corel’s recent acquisition […]

  • Sony Vegas Movie Studio 9 Platinum Review

    By: Dustin Sklavos Welcome to intermediate video editing, kids: Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 9. In my film classes, Sony Vegas would regularly be mentioned as a popular alternative for video editing against Adobe Premiere Proand Final Cut Pro, with cash-strapped students opting to use Vegas instead of the more expensive pro-grade suites. It isn’t […]