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  • Xmi X-Mini MAX II capsule speakers

    The X-Mini MAX II is rather a mouthful but is the name Xmi has given to its latest laptop portable speaker set. Although it looks like a single unit, the X-Mini MAX II is actually a pair of 2.5 Watt speakers held together magnetically. When not in use they pair up and form a sleek capsule. To separate the speakers, just twist and pull apart.

  • ViewSonic PJD 5352 widescreen projector

    Projectors used to be hulking great things that needed to be hung from special brackets (and possibly a reinforced ceiling). These days, you can get a projector built in to a mobile phone.

  • JooJoo internet tablet

    One of the more interesting types of device set to make its mark this year is the internet tablet.

  • Cideko Air Keyboard

    Gadget sites CuteBitz and Firebox have both announced that they will be stocking the Cideko Air Keyboard – a wireless keyboard with a built-in accelerometer. The keyboard is intended to be used with a range of gadgets from mini computers to TVs.

  • Samsung U250 all-in-one PC priced

    Samsung has put a price on its U250 and U200 all-in-one PCs. The larger 23in touchscreen model will cost £899 including VAT and will run Windows 7 Home Premium. It will have a screen resolution of 1920x1080-pixels.

  • Sanyo Xacti VPC-SH1 Full HD camcorder

    Sanyo has launched a Full HD 1920x1080-pixel digital camera that can also take 10Mp still photos. Sanyo is also touting the Xacti VPC-SH1's 30x zoom.

  • Optoma PK102 pico projector

    Optoma has launched a second version of its PK pico projectors. The PK102 went onsale in the US earlier in the year and has now been launched in the UK.

  • Grundig GUD300HD and Goodmans GBD300HD digital TV set-top boxes

    Grundig and Goodmans have both unveiled digital set-top boxes that support Freeview's high definition service.

  • Onkyo TX-SR308 3D home cinema receiver

    Onkyo is to become the first retailer to offer 3D-ready home cinema receivers and systems.

  • Clever Peg Wi-Fi rain-checker

    Firebox has launched a new type of Wi-Fi dongle - the Clever Peg. The pen-sized gadget has a built-in receiver that communicates with your iPhone.

  • Packard Bell Studio ST USB hard drive

    Packard Bell has recently announced a new USB 2.0 hard drive. The Packard Bell Studio ST is a distinctive-looking device designed to store multimedia files rather than mere spreadsheets.

  • Belkin Surf, Share and Play Wi-Fi routers

    Belkin has unveiled its 2010 lineup of wireless routers and broadband modems and aims to take the pain out of installing and setting up a Wi-Fi network. UPDATED: 24/03/2010.

  • Revo Heritage Deluxe DAB Table Radio

    Revo has come up with a solidly-reassuring, wood-surround DAB digital radio that combines the best of modern technology with the durable build quality of radio's golden years.

  • Compro VideoMate S800F TV Tuner Card

    Compro has unveiled a new PCI TV tuner card. The VideoMate S800F can be installed inside a PC, allowing users to watch TV on their computer.

  • Popcorn Hour C-200 Media Tank

    The prize for bizarrest product title around this week goes to AdvancedMP3Players which has started selling a network media player known as the Popcorn Hour C-200 Media Tank.

  • Philips 9000 series Full HD 3D Ready TV

    Philips is gearing up for this year's Fifa World Cup with the launch of a range of LCD TVs that are 3D Ready.

  • Guinness World Records 2010 Gamers' Edition

    James May seems to have been breaking an inordinate number of world records of late with his Toy Stories TV series. But it's not just overpaid TV presenters who get to claim the glory: hundreds of volunteers made his Meccano, Scalextric and Hornby dreams come true.

  • Aiptek Mobile Cinema DVD Projector

    Mini projectors have become quite the thing now that portable gadgets are able to store and play complete TV shows and even feature films. But you don't want to watch a 90-minute docudrama on a cramped 3.5in screen - not when you can project it on to the nearest wall, anyway.

  • Conceptronic Full HD Media Player

    Conceptronic has launched a Full HD Media Player that allows user to stream digital videos, photos and music files to enjoy them on a high-definition TV display.

  • Elonex iGame Console

    Elonex, originally a purveyor of desktop PCs and laptops, is branching out into home electronics and has launched its own games console.



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