We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message

More Gadgets New Product

  • Western Digital launches 2TB My Passport hard drive

    Western Digital has launched the next generation of its My Passport hard drive in a new high capacity of 2TB.

  • Sony announces Xperia Sola smartphone

    Sony has announced the Xperia Sola as the latest addition to the Xperia family of smartphones, the Xperia S, Xperia P and Xperia U. The Xperia Sola will be available in black, red or white in the second quarter.

  • Samsung announces Galaxy Pocket smartphone

    Samsung has added yet another device to its ever growing Galaxy line-up in the form of the Galaxy Pocket smartphone.

  • Acer unveils Aspire Timeline Ultra M3

    Acer has used the CeBIT tradeshow in Hannover, Germany to unveil its Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 Ultrabook laptop.

  • Xerox 7600i multi-function scanner arrives

    Xerox has unveiled a USB flatbed scanner that can be used to scan in and digitise documents and then share and organise them. The Xerox 7600i can scan documents up to A4 in size at a resolution of 1200x1200 dots per inch. It supports a colour depth of 48bit.

  • Logitech TouchMouse M600 mimics Apple's

    Logitech has created a button-less mouse for use with Windows PCs that offers similar touchscreen controls as the Magic Mouse for Apple Macs.

  • Maxell AirStash A02 frees up smartphone space

    The Maxell AirStash A02 aims to solve the tricky issue of what to do when you've run out of storage space on your iPhone or HTC. A Wi-Fi-enabled SD card reader, it lets you shift content on to an SD card, freeing up internal storage on your smartphone

  • Canon Selphy CP810 'postcard' photo printer drops in

    Canon has announced a successor to the Selphy CP800 dedicated photo printer. The Canon Selphy CP810 adds cloud features and some intriguing photo ID templates. Available from May, it will cost £99

  • Toshiba AT200 tablet gets UK launch

    Toshiba is taking pre-orders for its AT200 tablet. The 7.7mm-thick Android Honeycomb 3.2 slate is billed as the world's thinnest 10-in tablet. Carphone Warehouse preorders are now being taken, with the official onsale date of 15 February - a late Valentine's present?

  • Nokia Lumia 800 gets bleach makeover

    Nokia has announced a white version of its Lumia 800 Windows Phone 7.5 smartphone. The white Lumia 800 will go on general sale in March, with Phones4U taking preorders from today. The handset is available on contract from £20 per month.

  • iLuv iMM 155 Vibro II shakes to the beat

    iLuv has launched a compact iPod and iPhone audio dock that offers an unusual take on rousing its owner from sleep. The iMM 155 Vibro II has a separate vibrating module that is placed under a pillow or on a surface near to the sleeper and that shakes into action at the preset alarm time

  • Pentax K-01 dSLR-compatible APS-C camera unveiled

    Pentax has announced an APS-C 16Mp CMOS digital camera that is able to take standard dSLR lenses. The Pentax K-01 will go onsale in the UK from the end of March with an RRP of £629 for the body only

  • Nikon Coolpix S30 'family' camera arrives

    Nikon has added another member to its Coolpix compact camera family. The S30 is a 10Mp model with a 3x optical zoom and has a very straightforward menu layout with large buttons that allow one-touch video recording and photo review

  • Optoma HD23 projector supports 24fps Blu-ray playback

    Optoma has launched a high-definition home cinema projector that supports Full HD (1920x1080p) resolution and can play video at 24 frames per second. The Optoma HD23 replaces the existing HD20 projector.

  • Fuji X-S1 bridge camera lands in UK stores

    Fujifilm has announce that its Fuji X-S1 superzoom camera is now onsale in the UK and has an RRP of £699. The 12Mp camera has a 26x optical zoom, a tiltable LCD and can shoot RAW photos and HD video footage

  • Magellan eXplorist 110 spotted in the wild

    Navigation company Magellan has announced an entrylevel model in its eXplorist range of outdoor GPS receivers. The £99.99 device is accurate to within 3-5m and is able to store hundreds of waypoints on its internal memory. It has a 3in colour touchscreen and includes maps of more than 200 countries

  • Kidz Gear sound-limiting headphones debut

    Kidz Gear has unveiled a pair of sound-limiting headphones that are especially designed for use by youngsters. The Wired headphones for Kids have a line-in connector and a volume adjustment rocker on the cable.

  • iPhone Keyring USB Charger - just add juice

    Gadget site Red5.co.uk wants to save the blushes of iPhone users who find their gadget out of juice: it'a started stocking a tiny USB cable charger that fits on a keyring, so you've always a means of powering up your iDevice

  • 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



IDG UK Sites

Best January sales 2015 UK tech deals LIVE: Best New Year bargains and savings on phones, tablets,...

IDG UK Sites

Chromebooks: ready for the prime time (but not for everybody)

IDG UK Sites

Hands-on with Sony's latest smartglasses

IDG UK Sites

Apple TV expert tips: get US Apple TV content, watch Google Play, use multiple Apple IDs and more