A is for Alex. And alliteration.
A is for “Alex is ascribed as the author of these A-themed articles”.
See, Sesame Street did teach me something. Maybe.
First up, at CNET.com.au:
Astone Media Gear AP-110D: “The 110D is a media streamer short on frills. It works, but don’t expect fancy interfaces or a high quality remote control.”
Then, at Hydrapinion, musings on Android:
How do Android Tablets make money? “In terms of locally available models, Android tablets have, to date, been a tad disappointing…”
Then at Geekspeak, it’s all about AMD:
AMD’s Fusion of speed and budget processing: “In any case, AMD’s solution to go head to head with high performance Sandy Bridge, is, simply put, not to do so at all.”
And finally, there’s a lot of my content in Australian PC User. Sure, that’s usually referenced as PC User, but the first word in the title is still Australian, so it still counts. The March issue features a roundup of budget ADSL2+ Modem Routers, a roundup of password management utilities and standalone reviews of the excellent Fritzbox Fon WLAN 7390, Optus Mini WiFi Modem, Acronis True Image Home 2011, Metroview Australia for iPad, Optus MyTab, Soniq T1000 PVR, Samsung Omnia 7, Plantronics Backbeat 903+ and Donkey Kong Country Returns.
I make no promise, mind you, that my next series of articles will all be B-themed. But anything’s possible.