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  • Video: Video review: Buffalo LinkStation Pro LS-VL

    The Buffalo LinkStation Pro LS-VL is a £150 single-disk NAS, available with a 1, 2 or 3TB disk inside.

  • ViewSonic adds G70, E70, E100 and P100 to ViewPad tablet range

    ViewSonic has announced its refreshed ViewPad range of tablets which consists of the G70, E70, E100 and P100. They cover the 7-inch and 10-inch sizes and have either Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) or Windows 7.

  • Video: Video review: Dell XPS 15z P12F

    The Dell XPS 15z P12F is a 15in laptop comfortable as a desktop replacement or a travelling companion. Here's our video review of the Dell XPS 15z P12F.

  • Storage Options announces Scroll Extreme Android tablet

    Storage Options has announced the Scroll Extreme, its first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet which is available to pre-order for less than £200.

  • AudiOffice by invoxia

    If you're looking to add an element of style and quality to your office phone then AudiOffice by inoxia could be just what you are looking for.

  • Xerox 7600i multi-function scanner arrives

    Xerox has unveiled a USB flatbed scanner that can be used to scan in and digitise documents and then share and organise them. The Xerox 7600i can scan documents up to A4 in size at a resolution of 1200x1200 dots per inch. It supports a colour depth of 48bit.

  • Logitech TouchMouse M600 mimics Apple's

    Logitech has created a button-less mouse for use with Windows PCs that offers similar touchscreen controls as the Magic Mouse for Apple Macs.

  • Maxell AirStash A02 frees up smartphone space

    The Maxell AirStash A02 aims to solve the tricky issue of what to do when you've run out of storage space on your iPhone or HTC. A Wi-Fi-enabled SD card reader, it lets you shift content on to an SD card, freeing up internal storage on your smartphone

  • Magicbox Atom mini DAB radio

    DAB radios aren't usually cheap, but the Magicbox Atom has both small dimensions and comes with a small price tag. It costs £30 and is able to save both FM and DAB presets

  • ZTE Light Tab II launched in the UK

    ZTE has revealed its tablet PC, the ZTE Light Tab II, will be made available in the UK.

  • Norton One launches as premium web security service

    Symantec today launched a pilot of a security software service with a difference: Norton One is a premium-priced members organisation through which the security vendor promises to secure, well, everything.

  • Norton 360 version 6 launches

    Symantec today launched the latest version of its Norton 360 internet security and PC performance software suite. Norton 360 v6 is the first version of Norton 360 to be compatible with Windows 8. Norton 360 v6 costs £59.99 inc VAT for up to 3 PCs with a 2GB backup allowance, and £69.99 inc VAT for up to 5 PCs with 25GB.

  • VLC 2.0 Release Candidate Is Here; Android and iOS Versions Soon

    VLC, the multi-platform video player on Mac, Windows, and Linux, will soon release a big new version 2.0. But you don't have to wait until the official release--a release candidate version has just hit the Interwebs for you to try.

  • Egg Timer Plus Keeps You on Schedule

    With its bare-bones interface and basic feature set, Egg Timer Plus isn't going to bowl you over. But if you're looking for a simple, lightweight timer tool to run on your Windows PC, this $5 application will meet your needs.

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) unveiled

    Samsung has unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0), the successor to its original 7in tablet PC, the Galaxy Tab.

  • Canon Selphy CP810 'postcard' photo printer drops in

    Canon has announced a successor to the Selphy CP800 dedicated photo printer. The Canon Selphy CP810 adds cloud features and some intriguing photo ID templates. Available from May, it will cost £99

  • Video: Video: Fitness & Health Apps review

    Your best and cheapest personal trainer may be your tablet or smartphone. On this week's IDG App Review we'll take a look at some of the best health and fitness apps including RunKeeper, Instant Heart Rate, Fitness HD and MyFitnessPal.

  • Toshiba AT200 tablet gets UK launch

    Toshiba is taking pre-orders for its AT200 tablet. The 7.7mm-thick Android Honeycomb 3.2 slate is billed as the world's thinnest 10-in tablet. Carphone Warehouse preorders are now being taken, with the official onsale date of 15 February - a late Valentine's present?

  • Nokia Lumia 800 gets bleach makeover

    Nokia has announced a white version of its Lumia 800 Windows Phone 7.5 smartphone. The white Lumia 800 will go on general sale in March, with Phones4U taking preorders from today. The handset is available on contract from £20 per month.

  • April issue of PC Advisor available for iPad

    The April 2012 issue of PC Advisor is now available to read on your iPad.



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