I’m not actually sure — that might only be one thing. But either way, if you could be so obliging…
Now, firstly, head out and purchase the April 2008 issue of Australian Netguide. Inside, you’ll find my reviews of the Canon Selphy ES1, Canon Pixma MP610, HP Photosmart D7460, HP Photosmart C8180, Epson CX5500, Epson RX610, Lexmark E450DN and Kodak Easyshare 5500. The more astute amongst you might notice a strong printer theme there, which can only mean you’re not submitting to my will properly. That aside, the April issue also features my reviews of SmartyHost $40 Web Site, Kaiser Bass 1.5″ Photo Frame Keyring, Quicken Personal Plus 2008, Bento, Office 2008 For Mac, Pinnacle Soundbridge Home Music, QNAP TS-209 Pro, Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000, D-Link Powerline HD Adaptor, Company Of Heroes: Gold Edition (PC), Face/Fashion Factory For Sims 2 (PC), Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune (PS3) and finally (but by no means least, given my semi-Gallic upbringing) Asterix At The Olympic Games (PS2).
Not to be outdone, the April 2008 issue of PC User Magazine. I suspect my contributor copy is now inhabiting my mother’s house, so I can’t do a cover scan, but if you do obey my will and go out and purchase a copy, you’ll be faced with eight pages of my roundup of the best nationally available broadband deals, as well as the counterpart best VoIP deals. Who wouldn’t want that?
But wait — there’s more! World domination is still somehow eluding me, and so in the meantime, to keep the obedient masses happy, there’s a review of mine live at CNET.com.au today:
Sony DRX-S70U: “Sony’s slimline DRX-S70U drive is quite appealing for travellers or those with dud notebook drives — as long as you’ve got space for the AC adaptor…”