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    User papito66 takes a look at RIM's popular BlackBerry Curve 8320 handset.

  • Gear4 StreetParty Blu wireless speaker

    Audio accessory maker Gear4 has come up with a £30 Bluetooth-based speaker that is capable of pumping out 8W of sound and that doesn’t need wires.

  • Solwise 200AV HomePlug adapter

    Solwise is to sell a HomePlug powerline adapter that enables home networking without the tricky setup routine.

  • Video: Apple Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard user review

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  • nVidia GeForce 8800 GTS graphics card

    Graphics card maker nVidia has today announced the availability of its 512MB GeForce 8800 GTS graphics card.

  • D-Link DSM-510 Intel Viiv HD MediaLounge

    Router and networking specialist D-Link is set to launch its DSM-510 Wireless MediaLounge player in the UK.

  • HannsG HP076VD £70 portable DVD player

    A portable DVD player costing just £70 including VAT is being launched by LCD screen specialist HannsG.

  • Tritton Gaming headphones

    So there you are, playing shooty, shooty, when in walks the other half with a look of anything but joy. Rather than spoil the fun, slap on these 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound headphones – they’ve got eight speakers built in – and crank up the atmospherics. Versions for PC, Xbox 360, Wii and PlayStation are available.

  • Sony Ericsson HSDPA dongle

    Add faster connectivity to your laptop without having to shell out for a whole new laptop. Sony Ericsson’s HSDPA (high-speed data packet access) offers far greater bandwidth than your average Joe 802.11a or g network – up to 3.6Mbps, in fact, which makes things a whole lot less bothersome when you need to go online to download all those dull work emails. The dongle automatically configures itself too.

  • Mr Site Takeaway Website Pro

    Mr Site, the company that brought you Takeaway Website - which we gave a Gold award earlier this year - has launched a higher-end version of the product aimed at small businesses.

  • Philips AE5000/05 portable DAB radio

    Philips made its name in radios, so it’s appropriate that it’s one of better known names in DAB. This battery or mains-powered model can store 10 DAB station presets and 10 FM ones and has a single built-in 1W speaker. A 3.5mm headphone jack allows you to listen to late-night broadcasts without disturbing your other half.

  • i-Cy Penguin

    A translucent novelty USB penguin – well what else would you expect it to be called, if not i-Cy? Attach him to a PC or laptop or plonk him near a sound source and he’ll begin to waddle around and flash multi-coloured lights at you in a distinctly non-penguin-like fashion. In fact, all that flapping around looks more of cheeky chappy than beaky flappy.

  • TomTom GO 920 T promises passenger power

    TomTom’s latest high-end satellite navigation device, the GO 920 T, goes onsale today – just in time for the Christmas crush. Sporting maps covering 41 countries, the TomTom GO 920 T has a 4.3in widescreen display and has a 4GB built-in memory.

  • BenQ W5000 and W20000 widescreen projectors

    Benq does a good line in projectors and these two new high-definition models offer full 1080p resolutions displayed in widescreen. The W5000 is a DLP projector and has a brightness of 1,200 Ansi lumens and a contrast ratio of 5,000:1. Both models hual HDMI inputs and Faroudja DCDi processing, while the top-end W20000 is also capable of pixel-by-pixel processing and motion-adaptive deinterlacing.

  • Samsung launches S760 and S860 budget cameras

    Samsung is boosting the depth of its entrylevel digital camera line-up with two new colourful models. The Samsung S760 is a 7Mp (megapixel) compact camera with a 3x optical zoom and a 2.4in LCD display. It will go onsale in January 2008 with a recommended retaial price of £80 including VAT.

  • Venturer SHD7100 HD-DVD player

    Chinese consumer electronics maker Venturer is set to sell a standalone HD-DVD player offering 1080p high-definition video playback – undercutting the £200 Toshiba HD-DVD player announced in September.

  • Evesham Zieo NX680-HDX gaming laptop

    Evesham is upping the ante for gaming laptops with the launch of the Zieo NX680-HDX gaming laptop. The Zieo comes crammed with a whopping 4GB of DDR2 RAM - impressive in a desktop PC; exceptional in a laptop.

  • Intempo iDAB

    iPods have long been criticised for their lack of radio reception. Thankfully, third-party accessory makers have seen fit to oblige with add-on FM tuners.

  • GeneTree

    Ever feel as though you’ve got as far as you can with your efforts to trace your roots? Well this DNA-based service offers a whole different take on things.

  • Northamber Bow Wow speakers

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