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  • Vodafone Emporia RL1 offers frill-free phone calls

    Vodafone Emporia RL1 is a mobile phone that eschews fancy features in favour of large, easy to press keys and basic phone functions - ideal for the smartphone refusenik

  • Navigon 70 Easy Plus satnav arrives

    Navigon has announced a 5in satnav with its own Google search tool and live traffic. The company is the subject of takeover negotiations with Garmin

  • E3: Hands on with Sony's PlayStation 3D display

    In two-player games the 24in display shows different images to each player

  • Sony NEX-C3 APS-C camera crams in 16.2Mp

    Sony has announced a compact system camera it claims is the world's smallest and lightest APS-C with interchangeable lens. The Sony NEX-C3 is a 16.2Mp that weighs just 225g. It introduces a new Picture Effect function that Sony is offering as free update for all NEX camera owners

  • SanDisk Sansa Fuze+ MP3 player sees red

    SanDisk has given its Sansa Clip and Sansa Fuze+ MP3 players a makeover, prompting e-tailer AdvancedMP3players to carry the product line

  • Energy Sistem Mobile 390 Portable DVD Player is also a TV

    Energy Sistem's Mobile 390 Portable DVD Player adds a TV tuner to create a live mobile entertainment hub. The PAL and NTSC DVD player has an adjustable 9in widescreen display

  • TomTom GO LIVE 825 5in satnav

    TomTom has expanded its satnav offering with the GO LIVE 800 - a range of two devices that offer touchscreen displays and a year's subscription to the firm's LIVE services.

  • Magellan eXplorist GPS devices plot new course

    Navigation hardware company Magellan has launched a new range of satellite navigation products for those who like to be outward bound. The eXplorist range makes use of Ordnance Survey maps

  • 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

  • TomTom Start 20 satnav

    TomTom has added two new satnavs to its range. The TomTom Start 20 is a 4.3in screen satnav while the Start 25 has a 5in display. Both come primed with enhanced European maps and assisted lane guidance

  • 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.

  • LG Optimus 3D Android smartphone

    LG has released further details of its Optimus 3D handset. The Android smartphone is due to go onsale in Europe early this summer.

  • 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.

  • HTC Sensation gets Vodafone debut

    The 8Mp HTC Sensation Android Gingerbread cameraphone is to launch on Vodafone in the UK. Preorders are being taken ahead of its 19th May debut.

  • Nokia's E7 smartphone is available on Vodafone

    Nokia's E7 smartphone is now available in the UK on the Vodafone network. It runs the Symbian^3 mobile operating system and provides a happy medium for those who like to use a touchscreen, but prefer typing with actual buttons.

  • B&N NookColor gets Froyo 2.2 upgrade

    Barnes & Noble's Nook Color e-book reader is poised to take on full-featured tablets with a software update to Google Android 'Froyo' 2.2. The revised platform will be rolled out to web-connected Nook Color devices in the coming weeks.

  • 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.

  • Fuji FinePix X100 digital camera

    Fujifilm has launched its first retro-style compact digital camera. The X100 is a fully manual 12.3Mp digital camera built from magnesium-alloy and with an APS-C (DSLR-sized) sensor crammed into its frame.

  • Visioneer Mobility scanner

    Visioneer has launched a portable scanner for digitising legal documents, signatures and receipts


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