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  • 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.

  • Satski Satsport MultiSport GPS

    Satski has launched a dedicated mapping unit, the Satsport Multisport GPS, for adventurous skiers who want to ensure they end up back at base in time for the apres ski. The Satsport GPS is primed with indepth mountain maps for the world's most popular resorts.

  • Overboard Adventure Messenger laptop bag

    Outdoor sports gear company Overboard is moving from the wilderness into the boardroom, judging by its new Adventure Messenger bags for urban warriors.

  • Olympus VR-320 14Mp compact camera

    We're big fans of the Olympus PEN MicroFourThirds camera range, but sometimes crave a capable compact instead. The new Olympus VR-320 could just fit the bill. It weighs 158g and has a 12.5x optical zoom – pretty impressive given the 100x58x28mm frame in which it's packed.

  • Liquid Image Summit Series Snow Camera

    The ski season is in full flow, so it seems a fitting time to mention the Summit Series Snow Camera Ski Mask.

  • Ricoh CX5 10Mp camera

    Ricoh has announced a fifth model in its CX compact camera range. The 10Mp Ricoh CX5 is boh a 28mm wideangle camera and has a 10.7x zoom that can stretch to 300mm.

  • 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. 

  • Sony Cyber-shot J10 16Mp camera

    Of the five new Sony Cyber-shot cameras announced last week, the J10 model particularly caught our eye. As well as a slim profile, the Sony Cyber-shot J10 offers the convenience of being able to transfer photos taken on it to a PC simply by plugging in its flip-out USB port. This familiar-sounding concept is also used on Flip handheld camcorders.

  • TomTom Nike+ GPS SportWatch

    Satnav manufacturer TomTom has joined forces with Nike to create a GPS running watch. The Nike+ SportWatch works in conjunction with the Nike+ shoe sensor, which comes bundled with the device, to show runners their time, distance, pace and calories burned during their run on its screen.

  • Epson Stylus Office B42WD inkjet printer

    Epson has unveiled the Stylus Office B42WD, a duplex inkjet printer, which the company claims is designed to save firms money.

  • Samsung Galaxy 50 Android-based MP3 player

    Samsung has launched the Galaxy Player 50, an MP3 player based around the Google Android smartphone operating system. The Samsung Galaxy 50 can be customised with apps downloaded from the Android Marketplace.

  • Dexim P-Flip solar charger

    The Dexim P-Flip is a foldable solar battery charger with a design based on the design of a charger/dock that Dexim sells. The folding design means you can store it flat, and when it’s opened out it acts as a regular dock. Versions for BlackBerry, iPhone and and iPod touch are available.

  • Griffin Slap iPod Nano watch

    Griffin has unveiled this funky device for the latest version of Apple's iPod Nano that ensures users can wear the digital music player on their wrist.

  • 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.

  • Libratone Beat wireless speaker

    Libratone has launched a triangular speaker that can be used wirelessly and is designed to fit snugly into the corner of a room and yet promises to deliver a hefty dose of audio. The Libratone Beat goes onsale in the UK at the end of this month. 

  • LG Optimus One Google Android smartphone

    LG has unveiled the Optimus One – its latest smartphone running the Google Android platform. The sleek black candy bar handset measures 114x59x13mm and benefits from Froyo – version 2.2 of the mobile platform, which includes support for Flash.

  • Toshiba Folio 100 tablet PC

    Toshiba has started selling its Folio 100 tablet PC in the UK. The £329 tablet runs Google's Android 2.2 platform, has a 10.1in capacitive touchscreen and is powered by an nVidia Tegra 2 chip.

  • Creative Ziio 7in tablet PC

    Creative has launched the ZiiO Pure Wireless Entertainment tablet, which comes in both 7in and 10in versions, runs Google's Android operating system.

  • Pogoplug Pro network media player

    Cloud Engines has launched an updated, Wi-Fi-enabled version of its Pogoplug device. The Pogoplug Pro stores and shares files over a home network but can also be used to access and stream files from a remote location. The Pogoplug setup can be controlled via an  iPhone app or from another Mac or PC. Pogoplug users are also able to securely share their content with friends, family and colleagues.



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