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  • Epson Perfection V500

    You may think one A4 flatbed scanner is much the same as the other, but Epson thinks it's rewritten the rulebook with the Epson Perfection V500.

  • World's smallest satellite phone

    Thuraya claims SG-2520 satellite phone reaches parts other networks can't.

  • FSP Everest 800/1010W power supplies

    FSP has announced the Everest 800/1010W series of power supplies, claiming they're smaller than any competitive product on the market. Measuring 140mm x 150mm x 86mm, the two power supplies include a 12mm fan and support ATI Crossfire & nVidia SLI cards.

  • Iomega eGo portable hard drive

    External storage doesn't have to look dull. Iomega's shockproof eGo drives (there's a grey version if red isn't your thing) cram in 160GB, come with Retrospect backup software and are powered USB 2.0 units. This means you don't need to lug a power pack with you if you want to back up your laptop on the move.

  • Belkin Net USB Hub

    So you've got a small but fairly limited network and not enough ports to add all the things you'd like to it. Belkin's Net Hub is designed for just such a situation. Any USB product can be added to a wired or wireless network, we're told. It's for streaming music, sharing printers and storage - and the fact that it looks like a black Mac Mini or Apple TV (as well as Belkin's classy N1 router) can be no bad thing.

  • Lexar JumpDrive Secure II Plus 4GB flash drive

    Lexar's latest 256bit encryption-enabled USB flash memory key is not only secure; it also lets you know just how much space you've got left. The indicator along its length shows the percentage of available hard disk space. This means you don't foolishly try and copy huge files, only to be informed six minutes into the transfer process that there was insufficient disk space all along.

  • Mimico Gloomy Bear USB memory key

    Do you ever forget which of the identical-looking USB sticks on your desk contains which set of files? These gory drives may help. Mimico has refreshed its artists' range of collectible thumb drives with these limited-edition memory keys, which take their cue from Japanese cult figure Gloomy Bear. The Mimico site also features some more cheerful designs.

  • Sony NWD-B100 Walkman MP3 player

    Sony finally appears to have ended its love affair with its own Atrac audio format - its latest set of audio players are happier with MP3 and WMA playback. These sylphlike 30g devices don't require the firm's proprietary SonicStage software either, so you can simply drag-and-drop items from a PC. Alternatively, plug one in to your hi-fi and it will record tracks straight from CD to its flash memory.

  • Philips Streamium WAKS3300 streaming audio alarm clock radio

    This Philips audio-streamer is a little different from other wireless streaming devices: it's marketed as an alarm clock. It can be used independently from other wireless kit if you want, taking feeds from your CD collection to entertain or gently wake you, or integrated into an existing Wi-fi network (Streamium or otherwise).

  • Hannspree XM New York 19in flat-panel monitor

    PC monitors look less and less like boring old screens. Hannspree does some totally bizarre TVs and monitors designed for kids' bedrooms, but this New York range is relatively grown-up - it's got city-slick industrial lines and a no-nonsense exterior. The specs won't let you down either: the 5ms response time is excellent, while the contrast ratio and HD support are impressive. There's a height-adjustable stand for comfort, or the XM can be wall-mounted.

  • Asus A696 satellite navigation device

    At just 1.57cm thick and with no antenna protruding from it, this sliver of gadgetry won't take up much space. It relies on Destinator GPS software, to help get you where you want to go. There's a 3.5in anti-glare touchscreen, you can enter new addresses (and choose from stored ones) and there's the obligatory ‘points of interest' feature.

  • Intempo claims a first with DAB radio built into speaker dock

    RDI-03 is the ever-so-catchy name Intempo has given to what it claims is the first ever DAB radio iPod dock. If you're going to do something you think will start a trend, at least give it a memorable name, we say.

  • Pure Siesta DAB radio

    Should the sun ever appear for long enough to make you want to stretch out languidly and have a siesta, Pure's latest DAB radio has an easy-to-find snooze button. The Siesta uses only 1W in standby mode. When it's time to get up it'll wake you to DAB or FM radio stations or the shocking sound of a loud buzzer.

  • Medion MD 96327 Sainsbury's laptop

    It's time to get set for the term ahead, and here's a student-friendly Medion laptop. This 1.6GHz Turion dual-core Vista Home Premium notebook has a 17in widescreen display, Radeon Xpress PCI Express graphics, Wi-Fi and some decent entertainment credentials.

  • BenQ W500 720p HD home cinema projector

    Consumer electronics makers quickly realised there wasn't a huge pull for HD outside the US (where normal TV definition is abysmal). A better option can be relatively inexpensive products that upscale standard-definition footage - such as Benq's entry-level HD projector. A 5,000:1 contrast ratio and three LCD system throw vibrant images on to your walls.

  • Samsung G600 5Mp cameraphone

    Hot on the heels of Sony Ericsson announcing that it's stepping up its UK cameraphones to 5Mp, Samsung is launching the 5Mp G600. This GPRS slider phone has 55MB onboard, comes with a 1GB microSD card and can record video as well as taking snaps. There's a flash, image stabiliser, PictBridge support and panoramic, macro and mosaic modes, plus a 2.2in QVGA colour screen.

  • Mario hand-knitted iPod case

    Apple iPods are great; dressing them up as video game characters is better.

  • Oregon BA900 Crystal Weather Station

    Oregon Scientific is launching a new clock and weather station that operates as a 24-hour weather forecaster. While Oregon already has an established line-up of weather forecasting gadgets in various guises, it says the BA900 Crystal Weather Station is its first with a particular focus on design. Oregon says this is the world’s first weather station with laser-engraved 3D icons illuminated by coloured lights.

  • Serif DrawPlus X2 comes over all animated

    Serif has launched a new version of its vector drawing software, DrawPlus X2, adding animation features, Windows Vista certification and expanding the export options to include mobile phones.

  • Crate 5.0 USB-equipped guitar amp

    Guitar amp-maker Crate is shipping two new product lines, one of which comes equipped with a USB port, making it easy for computer users to record their guitar playing.



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