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Triple Threat

Protect your system, get a better view and take business on the road with these three tools.

By Amanda C. Kooser

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All In One: Data protection and system maintenance aretwo important goals of Symantec's Norton SystemWorks 2006. Adashboard-style interface makes sure that any computer user willfeel comfortable with the program and not have to face a steeplearning curve to get the most out it. The package includes NortonGoBack, a program that can roll your system back to before aproblem installation or an unwanted program took its toll. NortonCleanUp helps you get rid of unwanted files, and Norton AntiVirusand a system optimization solution come bundled as well.SystemWorks 2006 costs under $70, and a Premier version with evenmore features is available for just under $100. Visit formore information.

Flat Out Worth It: Flat-panel monitors are moreaffordable than ever. Case in point: Hewlett-Packard's L1706.For $319, you get a clean, silver design with a wide 140-degreeviewing angle, 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, a range of tilt settingsand a detachable base. There's no pivot capability, butthat's to be expected in this price range. If you want, you canadd an attachable USB speaker bar for $35. The three-year warrantywith on-site service is a nice benefit that will help keep youworking with mini-mal interruptions should anything happen. A48-hour exchange is also available under the warranty. For moredetails, stop by

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