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  • Panasonic Core 2 Duo ToughBooks on the march

    Panasonic has announced a number of additions to its ToughBook range of durable notebooks. The CF-W7, CF-T7 and CF-Y7 are all designed to withstand being accidentally dropped or having liquid spilt on them.

  • Video: Windows Vista user review, part 1

    One user's review of Windows Vista Ultimate.

  • Asus Eee PC P701

    Asus is bringing its exceptionally low-cost ultaportable Eee PC P7012 laptop to the UK.

  • Sonos Digital Music System gets search, 5 million songs

    In 2006 the Sonos Digital Music System entered our lives - a sophisticated way of playing digital music simultaneously in numerous zones of your house. And yesterday, Sonos released Sonos System Software 2.5.

  • Samsung announces i550, i560 and i780 smartphones

    Samsung today announced three smartphones for the UK. The Samsung i550, Samsung i560 and Samsung i780 are aimed at tech-savvy, media loving consumers, or business folk who just wanna have fun.

  • First look: HP Photosmart A826 photo printer

    Last night I had a play with the HP Photosmart A826 Home Photo Centre. A cool-looking and petite photo printer, the HP Photosmart A826's standout feature is its 7in colour touchscreen. UPDATE: for a full review of the HP Photosmart A826 Home Photo Centre, click here.

  • Pinnacle PCTV DVB-T Ultimate

    As with the Pinnacle PCTV DVB-T Solo, this USB stick is a TV tuner with a separate aerial that can be used to pick up Freeview channels and show them on a TV or laptop.

  • Pinnacle PCTV DVB-T Solo

    Pinnacle’s DVB-T Solo USB TV tuner can pick up free-to-air digital TV channels. You can watch programmes as they are broadcast or ‘timeshift’ and set a recording for later viewing. This means that for occasions, such as this weekend's Rugby World Cup Final, when you want to record the event as a memento of an historic occasion, you can.

  • Nokia N95 8GB

    Nokia has updated its hugely successful N95 multimedia-laden mobile phone handset, upping its storage capacity to 8GB.

  • Designer Sky+ HD boxes

    If you fancy adding HD to your satellite TV setup, why not go for something a little different? Instead of the standard black or silver boxes found lurking under most people's tellies, give one of Sky's designer HD boxes a try.

  • Samsung i450 dual music slider smartphone

    Samsung is set to launch a music-centric smartphone based on the Symbian mobile phone platform.

  • RM Asus miniBook

    When it comes to laptops for students, portability and affordability are high on the list of requirements.

  • Sony Alpha DSLR-A700 digital SLR camera

    Sony has unveiled its long-promised a700 digital SLR. This 12.24Mp model offers 5fps (frames per second) continuous shooting in RAW mode, a 3in LCD and a maximum ISO of 3,200. Super SteadyShot optical image stabilisation and an exceptionally fast autofocus help prevent blurring.

  • Slingbox Solo

    If you want to stream HD (high-definition) content around your home or view it from further afield, the Solo could be for you. Simply plug a laptop or PC into your network or log in over a broadband connection and enjoy whatever's playing or recorded on your Sky HD box. The Solo only has connections for one item to be plugged in at once and has to downsample the HD stream, but it's a neat way of doubling your HD viewing pleasure.

  • TwinMOS miniBooM iPod dock

    Still short of inspiration on the iPod dock front? TwinMOS has entered the ring with the miniBooM, which resembles a business projector with an iPod sticking out of the top. There's a line-in to attach non-iPod players and blast out music through the 15W subwoofer and pair of 2W speakers. An FM radio with 10 presets, alarm clock and calendar function are also included. The DAB version may have broader appeal.

  • Sandisk SansaView MP3 player

    Pencil-thin but packed with a 16GB flash hard disk, the SansaView looks set to go head-to-head with Apple's now video-enabled iPod nano. The capacity can be boosted to 24GB via the microSD slot and a pricey microSDHC card. Video, including DivX files, can be displayed on the 2.4in widescreen display (via the Sansa Media Converter) and there's an FM tuner. Napster, emusic and Audible audio books are all supported.

  • Philips Go Gear SA9345

    Philips is adding more video MP3 players to its stable with the announcement today of its SA9345 music, photo and video player. The flash memory-based MP4 player has a 1.8in colour LCD screen and packs a 4GB memory.

  • Nokia restocks Video Center

    Nokia is adding to the line-up of movie entertainment options on its mobile phone handsets. It has just announced new partnerships with media conglomerates such as CNN and Sony Pictures.

  • Epson Stylus Photo R1900

    Epson has launched a new A3+ colour inkjet printer, the Epson Stylus Photo R1900. The Stylus Photo R1900 has a maximum resolution of 5,760x1,400dpi (dots per inch) which are automatically distributed in varying droplet sizes depending on whether large swathes of a single colour or finer detail and colour variation are required. The Stylus Photo R1900 uses Epson’s piezo ink printing method and can produce ink droplets as small as 1.5 picolitres. Click here for a full review of the Epson Stylus Photo R1900.

  • Acer Aspire 2920

    The Aspire 2920 is the first ultraportable notebook in Acer's new Gemstone design. Combining a lightweight body with power and simplistic, clean design the notebook is ideal for more mobile users. The compact Gemstone laptop features an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, wireless connectivity to a/b/g and Draft-N networks, integrated Acer Videoconference and a built-in webcam that can track users as they jig about nervously in front of the camera.



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