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  • HannsG HP076VD £70 portable DVD player

    A portable DVD player costing just £70 including VAT is being launched by LCD screen specialist HannsG.

  • Tritton Gaming headphones

    So there you are, playing shooty, shooty, when in walks the other half with a look of anything but joy. Rather than spoil the fun, slap on these 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound headphones – they’ve got eight speakers built in – and crank up the atmospherics. Versions for PC, Xbox 360, Wii and PlayStation are available.

  • Sony Ericsson HSDPA dongle

    Add faster connectivity to your laptop without having to shell out for a whole new laptop. Sony Ericsson’s HSDPA (high-speed data packet access) offers far greater bandwidth than your average Joe 802.11a or g network – up to 3.6Mbps, in fact, which makes things a whole lot less bothersome when you need to go online to download all those dull work emails. The dongle automatically configures itself too.

  • Mr Site Takeaway Website Pro

    Mr Site, the company that brought you Takeaway Website - which we gave a Gold award earlier this year - has launched a higher-end version of the product aimed at small businesses.

  • Philips AE5000/05 portable DAB radio

    Philips made its name in radios, so it’s appropriate that it’s one of better known names in DAB. This battery or mains-powered model can store 10 DAB station presets and 10 FM ones and has a single built-in 1W speaker. A 3.5mm headphone jack allows you to listen to late-night broadcasts without disturbing your other half.

  • i-Cy Penguin

    A translucent novelty USB penguin – well what else would you expect it to be called, if not i-Cy? Attach him to a PC or laptop or plonk him near a sound source and he’ll begin to waddle around and flash multi-coloured lights at you in a distinctly non-penguin-like fashion. In fact, all that flapping around looks more of cheeky chappy than beaky flappy.

  • TomTom GO 920 T promises passenger power

    TomTom’s latest high-end satellite navigation device, the GO 920 T, goes onsale today – just in time for the Christmas crush. Sporting maps covering 41 countries, the TomTom GO 920 T has a 4.3in widescreen display and has a 4GB built-in memory.

  • BenQ W5000 and W20000 widescreen projectors

    Benq does a good line in projectors and these two new high-definition models offer full 1080p resolutions displayed in widescreen. The W5000 is a DLP projector and has a brightness of 1,200 Ansi lumens and a contrast ratio of 5,000:1. Both models hual HDMI inputs and Faroudja DCDi processing, while the top-end W20000 is also capable of pixel-by-pixel processing and motion-adaptive deinterlacing.

  • Samsung launches S760 and S860 budget cameras

    Samsung is boosting the depth of its entrylevel digital camera line-up with two new colourful models. The Samsung S760 is a 7Mp (megapixel) compact camera with a 3x optical zoom and a 2.4in LCD display. It will go onsale in January 2008 with a recommended retaial price of £80 including VAT.

  • Venturer SHD7100 HD-DVD player

    Chinese consumer electronics maker Venturer is set to sell a standalone HD-DVD player offering 1080p high-definition video playback – undercutting the £200 Toshiba HD-DVD player announced in September.

  • Evesham Zieo NX680-HDX gaming laptop

    Evesham is upping the ante for gaming laptops with the launch of the Zieo NX680-HDX gaming laptop. The Zieo comes crammed with a whopping 4GB of DDR2 RAM - impressive in a desktop PC; exceptional in a laptop.

  • Intempo iDAB

    iPods have long been criticised for their lack of radio reception. Thankfully, third-party accessory makers have seen fit to oblige with add-on FM tuners.

  • GeneTree

    Ever feel as though you’ve got as far as you can with your efforts to trace your roots? Well this DNA-based service offers a whole different take on things.

  • Northamber Bow Wow speakers

    There’s no excuse for a dull desktop with so many different designs of speaker around.

  • Medion Akoya MD8828

    Mum may have gone to Iceland, but you’ll need to head to Aldi to get hold of this stunning- sounding multimedia centre.

  • Packard Bell Compasseo 700

    Following the herd, Packard Bell has come up with several 4.3in widescreen GPS models that offer a larger, clearer view of the way ahead.

  • Hercules i-XPS 120 Outdoor

    Just what you need in this inclement weather - no, not an umbrella, but some waterproof speakers. You may josh, but Hercules' i-XPS 120 speakers are better equipped than we are for hanging about in the wet.

  • Mimico announces Stars Wars 2 robots

    Having scored a blockbuster with its first Star Wars character series, designer USB key maker Mimico is gearing up for the sequel: Star Wars 2. Its Mimibot Series 2 designer USB flash drives will go onsale in late January or early February – but the site is already taking preorders.

  • iSkin Cerulean X1

    Noise-isolating earphones are a bit of a burgeoning market. Canadian MP3 player accessory maker iSkin is getting in on the act with these smart-looking in-earphones that work with the iPhone.

  • HP MediaSmart Server works with iTunes

    HP gave the UK press a first look at its MediaSmart Home Server today, ahead of its retail launch on 1st December. The 5.5in wide by 9.8in high server box comes in 500GB or 1TB (terabyte) versions and is designed to be a central storage device for whole families’ media and entertainment content.

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