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  • Canon PowerShot G1 X fixed lens camera launches

    It was going to be hard for any camera, G-series successor or otherwise, to top the Canon PowerShot G12. However, Canon may have just shot the moon with the new PowerShot G1 X.

  • Canon Intros Slim 12X Zoom Camera, Baby-Friendly Features

    In addition to the ultra-powerful PowerShot G1 X announced this morning at CES 2012, Canon added two pocketable PowerShot point-and-shoots to its lineup today. Both new cameras offer "Intelligent IS," an automated feature that adjusts optical image stabilization according to whether the cameras are capturing in wide-angle, macro, full telephoto, or mounted on a tripod.

  • Hannspree Apple digital photo frame

    Digital photo frames used to come in at £150 or so; these days, you can get a funky 7in frame such as the Hannspree one for £35

  • 3M CP45 Camcorder Projector

    3M has created a hybrid camcorder and projector that allows you to shoot 720p video footage and then show off the results to your friends by projector it on to a convenient wall. The £299 pocket-sized gadget is now onsale in the UK

  • ImprovElectronics Boogie Board takes notes

    The ImprovElectronics Boogie Board USB-connected slate is used to take notes that are then stored on your laptop or tablet. Since it doesn't attempt to recognise what you've written, there's no need for an easily lost digital pen. Instead, any drawing implement you have to hand can be used.

  • PURE Contour 100Di iPad and iPhone dock debuts

    PURE has unveiled a new Apple iPod and iPhone speaker dock with built-in DAB and FM radio tuners. The PURE Contour 100Di costs £99 and is a cheaper, non Wi-Fi-enabled version of the existing Contour dock.

  • LomoKino Film Camera Shoots Lo-Fi Movies

    Lomo, the purveyors of Soviet-era film cameras, have already brought us lo-fi and low-tech film photography versions of panoramas, fish eyes, burst shot action. Now they are now going into video Lomography. Meet the LomoKino, a hand cranked 35-mm movie camera.

  • Blue Microphones Snowflake makes chat cool

    For those who like to chat, being able to orate into a speaker sitting on front of you, rather than muttering into your beard, is a boon. The Snowflake condensing microphone sits unobtrusively on your desk while you share your thoughts and record them for posterity.

  • £89 Amazon Kindle

    Amazon has slashed the price of its hugely successful Amazon Kindle

  • More Hannspree Animal TVs spotted in the wild

    Hannspree has form with cute animals hiding TVs underneath their fur. They must be popular: a new range featuring somewhat less cuddly creatures has recently been unveiled. The 19in TVs have DVB-T tuners for Freeview viewing

  • Pipetto launches new iPad and iPhone cases

    Pipetto, nominated for the Macworld Entrepreneur Award 2010, has just launched a new collection of luxurious handmade British covers for the iPad 2 and iPhone.

  • Toshiba Qosmio DX730 all-in-one PC

    The Qosmio DX730 is Toshiba's first ever all-in-one PC. Housed in a slimline 23in LCD, the DX730 is a full HD touchscreen model with a Freeview tuner, Blu-ray player and a terabyte of storage. Running Windows 7 Home Premium, it has 6GB of RAM and comes in either Intel Core i3 or Core i5 versions.

  • Charm-laden HTC Rhyme launches on O2 in the UK

    HTC's latest Google Android smartphone, the HTC Rhyme, will be offered on the O2 network in the UK and will be available in a distinctive plum colour that seems to be pitched at ladies. It has a 3.7in capacitive touchscreen, a 1GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and a Charm accessory to discreetly alert you to incoming calls

  • Sony Reader PRS-T1 comes with Wi-Fi; free Harry Potter book

    The Sony Reader PRS-T1 is a very lightweight [168g] 6in screen e-book reader with Wi-Fi onboard. This adds convenience, since you can browse the Sony Reader Store online and download your chosen books directly to the 8.9mm thick device

  • Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370 tags photos as it goes

    Kodak's EasyShare Touch M5370 is able to automatically upload photos to either the Kodak Gallery or to a third-party photo collection such as Flickr or a Facebook account and over email. The 16Mp camera supports 720p video capture and has a 5x optical zoom

  • Acer Iconia Tab A100 tablet

    Acer has started UK sales of its shrunk-down Iconia Android tablet. The Acer Iconia A100 is a 7in screen tablet that comes in 8GB and 16GB iterations and runs the Google Android 3.2 – the latest tweak to the Honeycomb operating system. Pricing starts at £249.

  • Asus A46 slimline 14in laptop debuts

    Asus has announced a new 14in-screen Windows 7 Professional laptop that packs a surprising amount of graphics processing power: the Asus A46 comes primed with 1GB of nVidia GeForce GT540M DDR3 memory. This is paired with an Intel Core i5 Sandy Bridge processor, a 500GB hard drive and 4GB of RAM.

  • JBL OnBeat Xtreme iPod speaker is a real contender

    JBL is building on the success of its OnBeat iPod dock by launching a bigger, beefier new model that looks set to square up to the mighty B&W Zeppelin. The AirPlay and Buetooth-compatible speaker works with iPad and iPhones but also with non-Apple audio devices

  • Jawbone unveils Icon HD and The Nerd

    Jawbone on Tuesday announced an updated version of its Icon Bluetooth headset, along with a new USB/Bluetooth dongle called The Nerd.

  • Optoma PK120 pico projector

    Optoma has unveiled a new pico projector that is barely larger than an iPhone and can beam footage on to any available wall and create an image up to 70in across. The PK120 projector will run off battery power long enough to show an average-length movie.



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