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  • Swann HelmetCam Freestyle HD shoots to thrill

    Swann has launched a helmet camera that allows outdoor sports fans to capture footage of their daring exploits. The wearable Swann Freestyle HD camcorder is able to capture 1920x1080p video footage at 30 frames per second.

  • Recon Mod Live video ski mask speeds into view

    Recon Instruments has launched a ski mask with an embedded video camcorder known a the Mod Live. It can capture your ski trails, record your speed and serve up a playlist, thanks to its connection with an Android smartphone

  • iLuv iSM524 ArtStation Pro Android Hi-Fi dock

    iLuv has created a docking station for Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablets. The iLuv ArtStation Pro turns the hugely popular tablet range from slate to complete home entertainment setup

  • Doxie Go Smart Scanner gets UK launch

    The Doxie Go Smart Scanner is to go onsale in the UK. Already available in the US, the portable scanner is USB-powered and offers a compact alternative to a standard A4 flatbed model

  • Kodak M215 credit card-sized camera offers Wi-Fi

    Kodak unveiled several new cameras and camcorders at CES. The M215 is the slimmest, but packs in a 26mm wideangle lens, a 14Mp CCD and 720p video camera. It is compatible with Eye-Fi wireless SD memory cards

  • ION iCade Mobile turns iPhone into retro gamepad

    Retro gaming console for iPad gets a mobile miniature. ION iCade Mobile gamepad acts as portable Bluetooth games controller

  • Canon Legria HF-M camcorders get Wi-Fi

    Quite a few digital camera brands now offer Wi-Fi in their compact stills cameras, so it’s little surprise to find Canon adding a comparable feature to its Legria consumer camcorders. The HF-M range, announced at CES, are able to quickly send footage wirelessly to a storage drive, rather than first having to be plugged in to a laptop or PC and transferred.

  • Bang & Olufsen Beolit 12 AirPlay speaker shown at CES

    Bang & Olufsen has unveiled at CES the first product in its new Beoplay consumer audio range. The £599 Beolit 12 is an Airplay-compatible speaker that can be battery or mains powered

  • Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook lures business gadgeteers

    Dell has taken the wraps off its first Ultrabook, the 6mm thin Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook. it has a 13in screen, runs off Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3, i5 or i7 processors and should be onsale as soon as February

  • Sony NSZ-GS7 Google TV will be well-connected

    Sony has cast its hat into the ring and announced its intention to launch a Google TV. The Sony NSZ-GS7, unveiled this week at CES, is a network media player that hooks into the Google TV ecosystem, while the NSZ-GS9 adds Blu-ray playback capabilities

  • Pure Sensia 200D Connect DAB radio launched

    Pure has unveiled the Sensia 200D Connect, a DAB radio that allows users to stream music over the internet and surf the web from a colour touchscreen.

  • Toshiba Camileo Z100 3D flash camcorder announced

    Toshiba has unveiled a new Camileo consumer video camera that offers 3D video capture as well as full HD video at 1920x1080 resolution and 30 frames per second. The camcorder creates 3D footage from its pair of 5Mp CMOS sensors

  • 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

  • Leica V-Lux L3 camera offers dSLR alternative

    Leica cameras are often so stratospherically beyond our budgets that we couldn’t even contemplate doing more than admire and, if we’re very lucky, spend a week or so reviewing one. The L3 – Leica's first megazoom compact camera – costs a relatively modest £690 and packs in some serious video recording credentials

  • TC-Helicon Voice Live Touch vocal effects synthesiser

    Songbirds keen to progress beyond the karaoke booth should start taking vocals seriously. The TC-Helicon Voice Live Touch effects subtly refine singing and guitar recordings, but also provides feedback on problem areas that need work

  • 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.

  • Archos G9 Android tablet gets Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

    Archos has announced an upgraded version of its G9 101 Android tablet that can take advantage of the Ice Cream Sandwich version of the tablet operating system. The Archos G9 is a cheaper-than-most 10in tablet with 8GB of onboard memory, expandable via microSD card.

  • Acer Liquid Express smartphone offers contactless payments

    Acer is plugging the convenience factor with its new Liquid Express handset line: contactless payments using NFC technology, plus integrated social media messaging are at the heart of the 3.5in screen Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone

  • 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.



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