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  • ZPen digital pen

    Digital pens seem to have had a bit of a comeback, perhaps because touchscreen capabilities were the buzzword of the past 12 months and you need a touchscreen slate on which to scribble your electronic thoughts.

  • Palo Alto Business Plan Pro 11 software

    It might be coincidental, but no sooner has the new series of entrepreneur-baiting show Dragons Den started than comes word of a new business planning program designed to help budding businesses get off the ground.

  • Digitus DN-7023 NAS server

    Digitus aims to make a name for itself in the UK with some trend-bucking products. First up is its minute Nano NAS drive – a £39 server the size of a matchbox that adds network features to a standard external hard drive.

  • Verbatim Hello Kitty USB memory key

    Proving that marketing people think girls are gullible enough to buy anything as long as it's pink, hard drive and blank media maker Verbatim has come up with a pink Hello Kitty USB hard drive.

  • Asus Ultimate Eee PC S101 mini laptop

    Asus is set to launch another 10.2in model in its line-up of Eee PC mini laptops.

  • LapRest laptop accessory

    With wireless networking finally fulfilling its promise in the home, more and more people are connecting to the web from the couch. But over prolonged periods, many men find this to be less comfortable than sitting at a desk, according to LapRest.

  • Video: Mozilla Firefox 3.0.1 user review

    hotmonkey000 takes a look at Mozilla's brand-new web browser, paying close attention to its cool interactive features.

  • Epson P-6000 and P-7000 photo viewers

    Epson has released details of its P-6000 and P-7000 portable hard drives and photo viewers.

  • Nikon CoolPix P6000 13.5Mp digital camera with GPS

    Nikon has announced the CoolPix P6000 – a 13.5mp digital camera with built-in GPS priced at £429.

  • Busbi Video flash-based camcorder

    Firebox has started selling yet another low-cost digital camcorder designed for festivalgoers and holidaymakers who want to be able to record their exploits without worrying about losing an expensive piece of kit.

  • Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10

    Nuance has announced the immediate release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10.

  • Quaduro Quadpad E84 ruggedised tablet PC

    Quaduro is to join the solid state memory brigade with the launch of a ruggedised tablet PC that has a flash memory drive at its core. The Quaduro Quadpad E84 has an 8.4in touchscreen display and uses an 8GB CompactFlash card to store data.

  • Video: BlackBerry Curve user review

    The BlackBerry Curve is a hugely successful mobile phone handset from RIM. Here's a review from reader Peterson8765.

  • Lenovo IdeaPad S9 and S10 mini laptops

    Lenovo is going head-to-head with Asus' Eee PC by launching two IdeaPad mini laptops. The Lenovo IdeaPad S9 and IdeaPad S10 laptops cost from £279.

  • Video: First look: Firefox 3.0

    Our first look at some of the new features in Mozilla's latest popular web browser.

  • Belkin TuneCast Auto for iPod and iPhone

    Belkin has updated its TuneCast Audio adapters to make them compatible with the Apple iPhone 3G.

  • Compro VideoMate Vista E850F TV tuner card

    Compro Technology has launched the VideoMate Vista E850F – a PCI card that be slotted inside a PC to enable it to pick up, play and record digital and analogue TV channels.

  • Parrot Minikit Slim Bluetooth 2.0 speaker

    Bluetooth specialist Parrot has announced a £59 hands-free speaker kit for mobile phones.

  • Video: AVG Anti-Virus 8.0 Free user review

    AVG Free is internet security software that, as its name suggests, is free to download and use. reaybow takes a look.

  • Video: Symantec Norton Internet Security user review

    reaybow takes a look at Symantec's Norton Internet Security.



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