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  • Acer S1200 video projector

    Acer has unveiled a digital video projector that offers brighter than average viewing. The additional onscreen vibrancy comes courtesy of the Acer S1200's use of ColorBoost II technology to up the intensity.

  • Prevx Edge security software

    Prevx has launched Prevx Edge - a £20 security software package that can be used alone or in conjunction with an existing antivirus software.

  • Asus Eee Box B204 and B206

    Asus is adding two high-definition models to its Eee Box line-up. The Asus Eee Box B204 and B206 have just gone onsale in the US and boast HDMI connectors and pre-N Wi-Fi for wireless streaming.

  • Medion Akoya P8610 Blu-ray laptop

    Medion is launching an 18.4in screen Blu-ray laptop next week with a 320GB hard disk and a £799 inc VAT price tag. The Akoya P8610 will be sold through Tesco Direct and, for the first time, Blockbuster.

  • Geek Squad upgrades support packages

    Geek Squad this week launched five support-and-insure services for PCs, laptops and mobile phones. Options for laptops packages include McAfee Antivirus and online backup.

  • BenQ MP523 projector

    BenQ has launched the MP523 projector and is keeping its options open by aiming it at the education market as well as small businesses. The MP523 costs a fairly modest £359 ex VAT.

  • Hi-Grade Notino W5800 laptop

    Hi-Grade has added an eye-catching pink Notino to its line-up of laptops for fashionistas.

  • Nokia N97 touchscreen mobile phone

    Nokia has unveiled the N97, a 3.5in touchscreen smartphone with slide-out qwerty keypad. One of its key selling points is the A-GPS sensor and electronic compass.

  • Navigon 1200 and 2200 satnav devices

    Navigon has launched two new satnav devices. The Navigon 1200 and the Navigon 2200 are available from Halfords and, with a price tag of less than £100, an ideal stocking filler.

  • OCZ CrossOver SDHC memory stick

    OCZ, maker of high-end memory modules, has added a hybrid USB memory key and card reader to its line-up.

  • Dell Inspiron Mini 9 video review

    PC Advisor checks out Dell's first 'netbook' - the Inspiron Mini 9 - which is currently available for free with a Vodafone mobile broadband contract

  • TrekStor MovieStation pocket c.uc

    TrekStor has unveiled the MovieStation pocket c.uc - an external hard drive designed to store multimedia content.

  • Nintendo DS 100 Classic Books

    The Nintendo DS portable gaming console is to turn tricks as an electronic book reader. Later this month it is to get an e-book collection, reports Electric Pig.

  • Asus G71 quad-core gaming laptop

    Asus has announced what it believes is the first quad-core gaming laptop to hit the market. The £1,999 machine is available immediately from Amazon.co.uk, while a moderately less powerful dual-core model can be had for £1,349.

  • Medion GoPal P5430 satnav device

    Medion has supersized its latest satnav device, arming it with a 5in widescreen display. The GoPal P5430 will go onsale this Sunday at ALDI stores and will cost £180.

  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic iPhone killer now shipping

    It's time for another so-called iPhone killer to hit the headlines, following big launches from Google and BlackBerry. Nokia's 5800 XpressMusic smartphone includes iPod-like music functionality and a touchscreen interface. It is expected to go on sale in the UK in the first quarter of 2009, and be pitted against the Apple iPhone 3G. See a wide range of product photos here.

  • Video: T-Mobile G1 'Google phone' review

    PC Advisor takes a look at the T-Mobile G1, the first Google Android mobile phone. Does the G1 and Google's mobile phone operating system have what it takes to challenge the Apple iPhone?

  • RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone

    Yet another new BlackBerry is about to hit UK stores: Carphone Warehouse is set to start offering the BlackBerry Curve 8900 - also known as the Javelin - from December.

  • Plextor Pocket Hard Disk external drive

    Plextor has come out with a miniature external hard drive that's a mere smidgen larger than a credit card. The Plextor Pocket Hard Disk comes in a choice of 60GB and 120GB capacities and is compatible with both Windows PCs and Macs.

  • Lenovo S10e "instant on" netbook

    Lenovo has added two netbooks to its line-up of IdeaPad notebooks, the S10e and the S9e. The £299 inc VAT IdeaPad S10e is a 10.1in netbook with an LED backlit display primarily designed for web access on the move.


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