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  • Pinnacle PCTV Nano USB digital TV tuner

    Pinnacle has launched the PCTV Nano stick, a compact USB digital TV tuner designed for those wanting to watch digital TV on their laptops.

  • Medion GoPal P4425 biometric satnav

    Medion has started selling the £250 GoPal P4425 satellite navigation system with integrated fingerprint recognition feature it outlined a couple of months ago. The Medion GoPal P4425 comes with UK and European maps.

  • Buffalo MiniStation TurboUSB 500GB backup drive

    Buffalo is launching a half-terabyte external backup drive. The Buffalo MiniStation TurboUSB portable 500GB hard drive will cost just over £200 plus VAT.

  • Nuance PDF Converter 5 Professional software

    Nuance has launched a professional version of its Nuance PDF Converter 5 Professional software. It will cost £100 including VAT.

  • Sony Ericsson E400 mobile broadband ExpressCards

    Sony Ericsson used the GSM Mobile World Conference to launch two new mobile broadband ExpressCards. The EC400 and EC400g simply slide into a laptop's Expresscard slot to allow 7.2Mbps (megabits per second) in download and 2Mbps uploads.

  • Bogen National Geographic Earth Explorer bags

    Bogen is extending its range of National Geographic-branded bags to give intrepid explorers yet more storage options.

  • Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot C702 GPS cameraphone

    Sony Ericsson is launching two new Cyber-shot cameraphones with mapping features. One of them, the 3.2Mp Cyber-shot C702 also has a built-in GPS location function.

  • Pinnacle Video Transfer VHS to PC, iPod and PSP software

    Video-editing software and hardware company Pinnacle has put its Video Transfer software for iPod and PSP on general sale in the UK.

  • Swarovski USB memory key

    It's heartshaped and adorned with Swarovski crystals, leaving us in little doubt about the marketing plans for this surprisingly practical gift. Of course, you could preload the 1GB flash memory (the heart comes apart to reveal the USB port) with pictures so she can keep you close at all times. £105 inc VAT from www.swarovksi.com.

  • Samsung U600 mobile phone

    Samsung is adding a handset with a vibrating keypad to its range of mobile phones. The latest entrant, the black Samsung U600, a sliderphone is initially launching exclusively on 02.

  • Garmin Nuvi 250 GPS Europe

    It's not the only pink satellite navigation device out there, but it's a lot better value than some we've seen. Primed with maps of Europe, why not gift a Nuvi to the one you love and suggest indulging in a bit of wanderlust a deux?

  • Kensington Si750m notebook mouse

    Peripherals maker Kensington has launched a pink and silver wireless notebook mouse as part of its fundraising efforts on behalf of the Breast Cancer Campaign. The Kensington Si750m LE mouse costs £40 inc VAT - £4 of which will benefit the charity.

  • Palm Centro smartphone gets UK launch

    Palm Europe is launching the Palm Centro. It claims the smartphone is its smallest and lightest to date. The Palm Centro is set to debut in the UK towards the end of February.

  • Archos launches Archos TV+

    Archos today launched a competitor product to the AppleTV. The Archos TV+ comes in 80GB and 250GB capacities and costs £180 inc VAT for the 80GB version or £250 for the larger-capacity model.

  • Terratec Cinergy Hybrid T USB XS FM TV Tuner

    Terratec has updated its Cinergy USB TV tuner, adding an FM tuner to the existing digital and analogue TV programmes users can enjoy. Costing £60 including VAT, the Terratec Hybrid T USB XS FM provides an easy and inexpensive way to add TV viewing to the capabilities of a laptop or PC.

  • Intempo iPod Nano dock

    If the woman in your life has a thing for pink, you've probably already got her an iPod nano in her favourite hue. If so, how about a matching iPod nano dock so she can listen to her tunes and recharge her player as she gets herself dolled up for a night on the town?

  • Sony Alpha a350 digital SLR camera

    Sony has expanded its range of digital SLR cameras with two new models. The Sony Alpha α350 is a 14.2Mp camera while the Sony Alpha αX300 will shoot images up to 10.2Mp.

  • Pure Evoke 1XT Marshall DAB radio

    One for rock gods everywhere. Based on the design of the Marshall amp, this is one cool digital radio. It can tune in to any of 55 different digital radio stations and has a full-range speaker with custom designed 3in drive unit. Active filters provide a natural 'direct-from-the-studio' sound which, as you might expect, is heavy on the bass.

  • Sony DPF-V700 and DPF-V900 digital photo frames

    Sony is muscling in on the digital photo frame market with the launch of three displays. Two have 7in screens, while the other, the Sony DPF-V900 is a 9in widescreen digital photo frame.

  • Pure Digital ONE

    The best-selling DAB radio out there, the ONE comes in a choice of colours: white, black or a very eye-catching pink. We're not saying there’s any stereotyping going on, but we notice that it's the black, rather than the pink model that Pure denotes as the TalkSport model.

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