Battlemodo: The Best Point-and-Shoot Cameras

There are approximately 4 bazillion point-and-shoot camera models on the market. Mostly, borderline disposable—yet the $400 S95 was Amazon's best-selling camera 'til they ran out. Clearly, people want a better camera. These three are the best. » 12/30/10 1:00pm 12/30/10 1:00pm

Nikon's First Pro-Worthy Point-and-Shoot

Oh, I've been waiting for this little camera for a long time: A pro-worthy Nikon point-and-shoot. After the bizarre melange of features in Nikon's last flagship camera—uh, ethernet jack?—the P7000 is nakedly all about performance. » 9/08/10 12:01am 9/08/10 12:01am

Epson's P-6000 and P-7000 Photo Viewers Look Semi-Decent, But Expensive

Epson's got two LCD-based photo viewers in the P-6000 and P-7000 that don't look half bad. They have 80GB and 160GB respectively, with RAW support, 35% faster image download speed compared to old models, 640x480 resolution, and a 94% reproduction of the Adobe RB color gamut. The price-$599 and $799-reflect the fact… » 8/05/08 4:20pm 8/05/08 4:20pm

Fujitsu Goes For Light 'n' Sexy with LifeBook P8000

Fujitsu's never been the most beautiful laptop on the commuter jet, but the new LifeBook P8000 series, following in the footsteps of the P7000, is probably it's sexiest to date. It's got a high-gloss "diamond black" finish that sparkles a little but not too much. A thinner lid with LED backlighting—plus embedded… » 1/06/08 8:00am 1/06/08 8:00am