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  • MoGo Mouse X54 and X54 PRO

    Newton Peripherals latest mouse, the MoGo Mouse X54, features an integrated scroll pad and, according to Newton at least, boasts superior tracking ability.

  • Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000

    Microsoft’s latest high-definition wireless laser notebook mouse cranks up the power of the connection to your computer with 2.4GHz wireless.

  • Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000

    If you're looking for a laptop mouse bursting with connectivity features, Microsoft may have just device - the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000.

  • Microsoft LifeCam VX-7000

    In addition to its notebook webcam, the Microsoft LifeCam NX-3000, Microsoft also today introduced a device intended to be attached to monitors and flat screens (although it will fit on notebooks or sit directly on your desk), the Microsoft LifeCam VX-7000.

  • Microsoft LifeCam NX-3000

    One of two new webcams announced today by Microsoft, the Microsoft LifeCam NX-3000, makes ultra compact video calling easier and more stylish. This nifty little camera was designed to be used with most notebooks and features a lens that swivels up and down for versatile viewing.

  • Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000

    Microsoft's Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 does not involve a transceiver, which means it should be quicker and easier to use.

  • DriveSentry 3.0: antipsyware of the future?

    I've seen the future, and it's antispyware. Well, I may have seen the future of PC security software, anyway.

  • Crucial plugs Express Card notebook backups

    Crucial Technology, also known as Lexar Media following the merger of the two specialist memory companies, is plugging the benefits of SSD-based memory backups via its new line of Express Cards, ahead of its own line of external flash memory cards.

  • 45 nano cassette-style iPod case

    Contexture Design has come up with an innovative way to protect your iPod nano and indulge in a spot of analogue music nostalgia at the same time: the 45 nano cassette-style iPod case.

  • Video: Ubuntu Linux user review

    Here's a user review on the installation and use of the Ubuntu Linux operating system.

  • Nero 8 video and DVD suite unveiled

    Nero’s updated video editing suite has been designed to make it even easier to create, edit and organise multimedia projects. Its SmartStart project launcher has been given a makeover, enabling users to burn discs directly and make the creation and editing process faster. Both Blu-ray and HD-DVD high-definition formats are supported. There’s also now an integrated RSS feed pushing tips, tricks and update details to the user.

  • Olympus mju 790 SW 7.1Mp digital camera

    This hardy little camera is designed to withstand the odd drop and inadvertent dunk - it can be used underwater up to a depth of 3m. Olympus has included a face-detection feature, while style slaves can choose between this sunset orange model, starry silver, midnight black or sunset marine blue.

  • Foxconn Mars Quantum Force overclocking motherboard

    Based on the Intel P35 chipset, Foxconn's first Quantum Force overclocking motherboard uses a specially designed Gladiator Bios that supports a wide range of voltage multipliers. Foxconn says the board is suitable for newcomers to the world of PC performance ramping. The Mars is compatible with Intel Socket 775 Core 2 processors up to Core 2 Quad as well as Celeron, Pentium D and Pentium 4 CPUs.

  • Chargrilled.com geek-chic t-shirts

    Like computers? Wear clothes? Chargrilled.com may have the answer.

  • Navman S-Series satellite navigation

    Hot on TomTom's heels, rival Navman has got some new navigational tricks to show off with its S Series range. Not least is the ability to thwart thieves who pinch the device with the intention of hitting Home to find your address and burgling you - it has a four-digit security code. The top-end S90i is an ultra-slim 4.3in widescreen model. A dedicated SOS button brings up details of nearby hospitals, police stations and more. S Series satnavs can call the emergency numbers or navigate to them.

  • Microsoft launches memory mouse

    Microsoft is to start selling a computer mouse that comes with its own flash memory. The Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 is a rechargeable rodent designed with notebook users in mind. It has 1GB of flash memory built into the Memory Mouse 8000’s transceiver unit (the part that plugs in to the laptop, freeing up the mouse itself).

  • BlackBerry Curve 8310 quad-band GPRS/Edge smartphone

    The Curve range of BlackBerry handsets seems to be developing into an entire consumer range, adding the multimedia capabilities - such as expandable memory, built-in 2Mp camera and media player - that we expect from our phones. Vodafone customers get a year-long subscription to Telmap's preinstalled and capable satnav software (updated quarterly).

  • Hercules Dualpix Exchange webcam

    We're rather taken with this neat webcam. It clips on to a flat-panel screen or notebook display using a stiff adjustable hinge and connects via USB 2.0. Unlike built-in webcams, which generally have rather lowly resolutions, the Dualpix can capture 2Mp of detail in photo mode and snags 1,280x960 video at 30fps. There's a ‘travelling' zoom, timed and continuous shoot modes and we're told it should be able to compensate for low-light situations.

  • Sony NW A and S Series Walkman

    Sony is going all-out for a hot new music format known as ‘MP3'. It's even embracing Windows Media Player and non-protected AAC! The firm's NW range of ‘open standard' digital music and video players dump Sony's Atrac Connect music store. Expect up to 30fps (frames per second) video with eight-hour playback and 33 hours of music on these 2GB to 8GB players.

  • TomTom Go 920 satellite navigation device

    Drivers fed up with instructions being barked at them from the passenger seat or dashboard can now tell their tormentors where to get off. The 920 will also let you pre-record your own driving instructions. An FM transmitter, hands-free phone kit and real-time traffic reporting tool will be included.



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