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Audio & Video Gear

Our team of audiophiles check out the latest high-performance speakers, headphones, streaming music players and more. Meanwhile we also check out the latest TVs (3D, OLED, 4K, etc.) and HD projectors.

Will ‘Magic Wands’ replace traditional remote control?

Without even mentioning Harry Potter, wand remote controls used to be the stuff of fantasy. Not any more. Whether or not you think it’s a gimmick, you cannot deny their…

Samsung first out of blocks with 3D Blu-ray

Unless you’ve been living underground for the past month, you’ve probably heard or read about Avatar, James Cameron’s 3D epic that’s been wowing audiences and breaking box office records around…

Popcorn Hour C-200, a media tank?

I, like many others, have a lot of media stored on my computer – photos, films, music etc. However the small cramped bedroom where my computer resides is a less…

Movies go mobile: Aiptek D10 DVD projector

This nifty new gadget is definitely sure to be a hit with the kids and due to its recent release only this month, I anticipate it may be a firm…

Toshiba Freeview HD Blu-ray recorder?

Though it’s somewhat late to the Blu-ray party after nursing the HD-DVD hangover, Toshiba is ready to lead the pack when it comes to Freeview HD. The company has revealed…

ViewSonic’s all-in-one MovieBook VPD400 media player

An entertainment gadget that does everything. Who wouldn’t want that? With music, films, books and even HD to its name, the ViewSonic MovieBook VPD400 is an all-in-one standalone portable media…

The Gristleism, bring the noise

The Gristleism (or Buddha Machine 3.0) is a nifty little gadget for fans of alternative electronic music. This sonic mutant was created by FM3’s Christiaan Virant in partnership with the…

Eigenharp Alpha: Re-inventing the Squeal

Its always been somewhat difficult for electronic musicians to maintain an edge whilst performing live. Twiddling little knobs every which way while doing the cursory head-bob only goes so far…

Intel Reader brings text to life

The issue of dyslexia has come to the forefront of people’s thoughts increasingly over the last decade and now a gadget has been devised to help sufferers be able to…

Video delivery service for PS3/PSP hits UK

Over on the other side of the pond our American cousins have had the pleasure of being able to download movies at their whim straight to their PS3 or PSP…

All hands on decks with the Lecci Mini Mixer

In these bleak, recession-weary times, the DIY approach to home entertainment has become a very lucrative business. Becoming a bedroom DJ is the latest trend to capture the imaginations of…

Sky Mobile TV comes to App Store

Not content with only allowing XBox users the chance to view their wares, Sky are now offering iPhone devotees the opportunity to stream live TV right into their palm. Channels…

Vuzix Wrap brings large screen video to, err, sunglasses!

While most people assume (and quite rightly most of the time) that it always rains in Britain, that hasn’t stopped Vuzix from kindly bringing their stylish sunglasses-style video eye-wear to…

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