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    Epson has launched the Stylus PX800FW - a six-colour multifunction printer with Wi-Fi connectivity and a dedicated label printer.

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    PDT has launched the Minoru 3D webcam. We're sure it's no coincidence that the design makes us think of the recent animated film Wall-E.

  • BenQ MP512 ST and MP522 ST short throw projectors

    BenQ has launched two new projectors. The BenQ MP512 ST and MP522 are both able to display 55in images from a distance of just one metre.

  • Apricot Picobook Pro laptop

    Apricot Computers has staged a Commodore-style comeback and re-emerged as a sub-notebook brand. Apricot's first new product since the 1980s is a 8.9in mini laptop that runs off Linux and costs £279.

  • Toshiba Tecra R10 business laptop

    Toshiba has released a new range of business laptops to expand its Tecra business range, leading with the Tecra R10, aimed at senior and middle management.

  • Apple 24in LED Cinema display

    Apple has launched a new 24in LED Cinema display complete with iSight video camera, microphone and speakers.

  • McAfee Internet Security 2009 software

    McAfee has launched new 2009 versions of its Total Protection, Internet Security and VirusScan Plus security software.

  • Asus S101 Eee PC comes to UK

    Asus, maker of the original mini laptop, has announced UK pricing and availability of a new Windows XP model in its Eee PC range. The Asus S101 Eee PC will cost £449 and come with 32GB of memory.

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    The Veho VFS-004 Deluxe Negative & Slide Scanner is a standalone USB device dedicated to 35mm slides and negatives.

  • Sound Leisure iPod Manhattan Jukebox

    Harrods has been showcasing its Sound and Vision department, aiming to tempt us with its array of audiovisual goodies in the hope we might add them to our Christmas shopping lists.

  • Linx Memoire digital photo frames

    Linx has added to its line-up of digital photo frames with the launch of three new frames with screens ranging from 7in to 10.2in. The Linx Memoire frames accept four different types of memory card and have a 300:1 contrast ratio.

  • Encyclopedia Britannica 2009 Ultimate Edition

    Focus Software has launched the 2009 version of the Encyclopedia Britannica Ultimate Edition. The £39.99 program contains more than 100,000 separate articles on a diverse range of subjects.

  • Antec Skeleton open-frame PC case

    Antec has launched the Skeleton, an open-frame PC case it claims is the first to be available to consumers. The open structure of the case is designed to maximise airflow and cooling while also offering a high level of flexibility.

  • Sanyo VPC-HD1010 HD camcorder

    Sanyo has announced a £499 HD camcorder with many image-optimisation features usually found in digital cameras. The Sanyo VPC-HD1010 HD camcorder is onsale in the UK this month.

  • Sandberg 2in1 Numeric Mouse

    If you're frequently working on the move, you may on occasions get frustrated with compact keyboards, especially if they feature a smaller-than-usual, or in some cases a non-existent, numeric keypad. With this in mind Sandberg has developed a mouse and numeric keypad in one.

  • Grand Designs 3D home designer software

    If you fancy yourself as a bit of a Kevin McCloud and want to breathe new life into your home, then Eleco's Grand Designs 3D range of home designer software could be just what you're looking for.

  • Acronis True Image Home 2009 backup software

    Acronis has launched True Image Home 2009, an updated version of its imaging and backup software for home users.

  • Traxdata Ultra-S Plus 500GB solid state laptop drive

    Traxdata is set to launch SSD drives for laptop upgraders. It already does a good line in USB flash memory drives on which you can store your work; now it wants to get inside your laptop too.

  • Traxdata 500GB upscaling MultiMediaDrive

    Optical and flash media maker Traxdata is branching out. It fancies a slice of the home entertainment pie and has come up with a 500GB HDMI media drive that plays films directly and that can upscale standard-definition content to look like 1,080i HD footage.

  • Navman Spirit S100 ultraslim satnav

    Navman is set to launch a super-slim satnav device that is designed to slip unobtrusively into a pocket or handbag. The Navman Spirit S100 will be just 1.3cm thick and will be onsale in the UK from November for £199.

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