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  • Philips 221TE2L flatpanel comes with TV tuner

    Philips has launched a new PC monitor that has its own TV tuner. The Philips 221TE2L flatpanel offers a full HD 1920x1080-pixel resolution and has a DVB-T digital TV tuner

  • Powercase for iPhone launched by Synaps

    iPhone and iPod accessory maker Synaps has announced the launch of new Powercases and portable chargers for iOS and other mobile devices.

  • Buffalo Portable DVD drive priced

    Buffalo has launched an external DVD recorder that can write to almost any DVD format at 8x and that adds DVD playback options to gadgets such as netbooks

  • Radiopaq Duo headphones ideal for light listening

    Radiopaq's Duo headphones weigh a scant 130g but have plenty of impact. The £19.99 headphones come in lime green, orange or purple.

  • Creative ZiiSound D5x Bluetooth speaker

    Creative has launched a new range of ZiiSound Bluetooth speakers that allow music from any smartphone or tablet to be enjoyed on up to three speakers. Prices start from £139.

  • Acer launches world's first 27in full-HD 3D monitor

    Acer has launched an innovative new monitor, which it claims is the world’s first 27in full-HD (1920x1080-pixel) 3D screen. An integrated infrared emitter lets the HN274H communicate with the supplied pair of nVidia 3D glasses, or a set-top box or Blu-ray player hooked up via HDMI.

  • MSI launches Wind Top AE2210 all-in-one PC

    MSI's Wind Top AE2210 is an all-in-one PC running Windows 7 Home Premium that's geared up for a life of work and play in HD. With some of the latest technology onboard, it runs an Intel 'Sandy Bridge' processor and offers a 21.5in full-HD multitouch screen, THX TruStudio Pro surround-sound technology and USB 3.0 support.

  • Sonos presses play for Android

    Sonos has added Android support to its growing list of options for how to wirelessly control and enjoy music around your home. The multi-room music player now has a dedicated Android app.

  • TDK Life On Record range

    TDK is paying homage to its 80s heyday with the launch of Boombox ghettoblasters and proper turntables, plus some equally retro-themed digital accoutrements.

  • Tip and Tilt Wi-Fi Radio

    If you like your audio entertainment portable (which we do), web-connected and completely straightforward, the Tip and Tilt Wi-Fi Radio could well grab you.

  • Microsoft LifeCam HD 3000

    Microsoft has added a new model to its LifeCam webcam lineup, the Microsoft LifeCam HD 3000. With most laptops, TVs and tablets being widescreen these days, it makes sense that Microsoft’s latest video-conferencing camera is too.

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - now with Honeycomb

    Samsung has made some design changes to the second-generation Galaxy Tab tablet it was showing off last month at Mobile World Congress.

  • HTC Flyer Android tablet dated

    Online retailer Expansys appears to have let slip the launch date of the HTC Flyer tablet. Preorders on the Expansys website list a 5 May onsale date for the Google Android Honeycomb-based tablet.

  • Packard Bell EasyNote TS laptop

    Packard Bell has announced a new model in its EasyNote laptop range. The 15.6in widescreen laptop aims to impress with an elegant pattern on its chassis and  delicate curves.

  • Sony Vaio L21 all-in-one PC

    Sony has added touchscreen capabilities to its new Vaio L21 all-in-one PC, but along with a welcome feature update comes the rather unwelcome £1,200 price tag.

  • Logic3 i-Station Podium iPad speaker

    Logic3 has announced six new audio and video accessories for use with an Apple iPod, iPad or iPhone. The £69.99 Logic3 i-Station Podium's launch is perfectly timed to take advantage of the growing number of sketching programs available for the iPad. 

  • Lego Play and Build Wii Controller

    The Nintendo Wii continues to win fans and has become a firm family favourite. The primary colours and chunky tactile design of this Lego edition controller are designed to appeal to younger family members (it’s rated for 6 to 10 year olds). There are 31 pieces to slot into place as you see fit before switching on the TV screen and leaping on the Wii Fit Balance Board.

  • Compro VideoMate U680F USB TV tuner

    Compro has unveiled a new TV tuner allowing netbook and laptop users to enjoy live TV shows as well as catch-up TV. The Compro VideoMate U680F is a USB device that displays and can record live TV on your PC.

  • Philips Fidelio DS8550 iPad dock

    The sound on an Apple iPad isn't bad and we've found the tablet ideal for watching BBC iPlayer programmes and listening to podcasts, but the fact remains that the screen is just a fancy screen. It doesn't stand up on its own.

  • Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum

    The jury is still out on 3D TVs and 3D films, but supersized flatscreen TVs have proved a blockbuster hit.



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