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  • 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.

  • Kingston Data Traveler 150 32GB USB flash drive

    Kingston has launched a 32GB USB flash memory drive - the Kingston DataTraveler 150 is the memory maker's largest-capacity drive to date.

  • HannsG HG192D 19in widescreen monitor

    Hanns-G has launched a 19in widescreen monitor that costs just £100. The Hanns-G HG192D is exclusively available through Misco.

  • Sitecom WL 607 compact 802.11g Wi-Fi router

    Sitecom has launched a compact version of its WL-607 - a 54g wireless router - which the the company claims is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.

  • Nintendo Wii Speak

    Nintendo is to add a social chat function to its Wii games console that enables whole rooms of people to chat to other Nintendo Wii-owning friends. Nintendo Wii Speak launches in Europe on 5 December. 

  • PLDS iHES206 internal Blu-ray drive

    PLDS - the alliance of Philips and Lite-On Digital Solutions - has launched a 6x internal Blu-ray drive. The PLDS iHES206 can also be used to record to standard CD and DVD discs.

  • Buffalo LinkStation NAS drive

    Buffalo has revealed its latest external NAS (network attached storage) hard drive, the LinkStation Live, and its new Web Access technology.

  • Connectland multi-mobile phone charger

    Hong Kong-based gadget and accessory maker Brando has started selling a mobile phone charger that works with a host of different mobile makes. The Connectland device uses a single power supply to recharge several devices at once.

  • Proporta Playback Pack for iPod classic

    Audio and smartphone accessory maker Proporta has come up with a fine piece of retro nonsense: a Playback Pack that resembles an audio cassette tape.

  • ION LP 2 CD audio converter

    ION has come up with another cunning take on recording your music collection and bringing it into the 21st century. The ION LP 2 CD record deck plays and records your 12in albums and 7in singles and then lets you make CDs of them.

  • Sony VAIO AW widescreen laptop range

    Billed as a world first, Sony's new VAIO AW Series of laptops includes models with LCD screens that promise to reproduce all colours from the Adobe RGB profile. It was showing them off yesterday along with other new additions to its portable and desktop VAIO product ranges.

  • Datawind PocketSurfer2R

    Datawind has added two updated models to its PocketSurfer line-up. One is a refresh of the existing model: the 2L will supersede the PocketSurfer2, which heads for retirement in November. Unlike the previous model, however, unlimited data roaming will not be offered for the first 12 months of ownership.

  • Sony JS1 VAIO 500GB all-in-one PC

    Sony has joined the all-in-one PC throng with the launch of an Apple iMac-esque 25in panel PC with the computer gubbins hidden behind the X-Black display. A 20in model will also be available for £699.

  • Kensington Car Charger for iPhone and iPod

    Kensington has launched two new iPod and iPhone car chargers.

  • Navigon 7210 personal satnav device

    Navigon is to start selling its 3D photo-based satnav device in the UK from today. The Navigon 7210 has a Landmark 3D view that displays 3D models of points of interest, such as the Tower of London and Big Ben.

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