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  • 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.

  • Olympus SZ-30MR 16Mp compact camera

    The Olympus SZ-30MR is a 16Mp compact camera costing around £299. This combination sounds pretty impressive, but there's actually even more under the hood that SZ-30MR's sombre black cladding suggests.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Acer U5200 3D projector

    Acer has unveiled a short-throw projector that includes support for 3D. The Acer U5200 requires a projection distance of just 13cm in order to display an image 77in tall – a feat involving the use of a mirror.

  • 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.

  • Lexmark Genesis S815 inkjet multifunction printer

    Lexmark has unveiled the Genesis S815 web-connected inkjet printer with a difference – it features an unusual vertical design.

  • Altec Lansing VS2721 2.1 PC speaker system

    Altec Lansing has launched a new 2.1 speaker set for desktop PCs. The £49 Altec Lansing VS272 2.1speaker system consists of a pair of 2in satellite speakers and a 4in side-firing subwoofer that delivers powerful bass with 28 Watts of power. A separate control ensures users can adjust tone, volume and power.

  • Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 portable USB scanner

    Fujitsu has unveiled the ScanSnap S1100, a portable USB scanner that weighs just 350g, which means it can be easily be slipped into a laptop bag and taken on the go.

  • 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.

  • PURE Contour DAB radio and iPhone dock

    PURE has unveiled a £199 internet-connected digital radio called the PURE Contour DAB. As well as offering access to DAB and FM radio broadcasts, it has a retractable iPod/iPhone dock allowing playback of tracks stored in iTunes.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • iGo Charge Anywhere gadget charger

    iGo has unveiled the Charge Anywhere - a device charger that stores up energy and can be used to power up a dead gadget when mains power is not available. The iGo Charge Anywhere can be plugged into the wall and while its internal battery is being charged, the two USB ports can simulataneously be used to charge electronic devices.

  • 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. 

  • 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.

  • Veho Renovo Photo Scanner

    Admit it, you've got a stack of shoeboxes full of photos you never look at because they're actual prints rather than screen-friendly digital snaps.

  • Scratch and Scroll mousemat

    Fans of Etch-A-Sketch will be intrigued by this unusual mouse mat. A conventional mousepad, the Scratch and Scroll has a transparent layer on top of its spongy base that can used as a notepad for handwritten notes and doodles.



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