As you can all see, New Zealand PC World's website has a new look today. It's being rolled out in three segments, which means that some areas of the site are available, but won't be updated for a couple of weeks. Specifically, we can't currently post reviews, but all the old ones are still up there for you to read. The categories under the reviews section are likely to change, too.
Aside from the site's appearance, there are a few other changes that have been made. You can now comment on stories (unless we turn comments off) so you can tell us whether you think our reviews are spot-on or way off, and we can all laugh together about the guy who got fleeced for $20 million when his laptop got stolen. Or you can just troll us.
Some of the options on the links bar have changed, so you can better choose which kind of gadgets you're interested in. You guys always seem to be interested in notebooks, so they've now got their own section. You'll notice tablets are currently filed under laptops - they'll be moved later.
We also have a new buyers' guide section, which will be updated with our annual Gear Guide (which comes free with the issue of PC World that comes out on the 29th, by the way). We realise the content is old right now, but give us a couple of weeks.
Feel free to leave your comments here - no swearing, please - and tell us what you think of the new look.