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Archive for September, 2010

Altec-Lansig

Altec Lansing MUXZ range headphone review

Altec Lansing, makers of the first iPod dock and all round audio experts have dived headfirst into the world of headphones with interesting results. We had a play with their…

Samsung-NX100

Photokina roundup

The world’s biggest trade fair for the photographic and imaging industry has just finished in Cologne. So what’s some of the big news to come out of it? One of…

Intelligent-Stamp

Post-Modern: Royal Mail’s intelligent stamps

In 1840 the first ever postage stamp appeared in the UK bearing the profile of Queen Victoria. Since this remarkable occasion, stamps have not massively changed or evolved. Usually associated…

Blackberry-Playbook

Blackberry PlayBook: Don’t call it a BlackPad. Do call it an iPad contender.

Darlings of the corporate world, Research in Motion made their first foray into the tablet wars with the Blackberry PlayBook. Tech journalists the world over breathed a sigh of relief…

Ad:Tech London 2010 round-up

In stark contrast to last year’s weather, the people queuing up for Ad:Tech London 2010 got to bask in the glorious September sunshine. One the big draws for this year’s…

veebeam

Veebeam: Wireless USB set-top media magic

Veebeam have come up with a novel idea to play content from your computer on your television. Instead of streaming individual files over your local area network (like almost every…

sony-srs-db500

Sony SRS-DB500 2.1ch PC speakers review: Homely entertainment system

Ugly looking, heavy to carry and obscenely big, there is a lot not to like about the Sony SRS-DB500s. As I struggled off the bus with them and awkwardly tried…

hp-beats-by-dre

HP and Beats by Dre laptops : Straight Outta Comp Sci

Celebrities endorse a lot of products, but so far computers have escaped such vicious marketing attempts. Maybe locking them up in Big Brother stopped their famous-paws from grasping at the…

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TWIG: Lecci Headphone Splitter, Artificial Moving Ski Slope and iPad USB charger

The Week in Gadgets Camera makers were unveiling new models at a dizzying rate during this week’s Photokina and we’ll be taking a look at some of these in the…

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Nokia World E7, C7 and C6 review roundup

Nokia World – it sounds a bit like a theme park for mobile phone enthusiasts. Which is what it is – just remove the roller-coasters and people selling candy floss,…

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HTC Desire HD and Z Android review roundup

With a lifetimes worth of bells and whistles, HTC launched two new smartphones onto the market on the 15th, as taking another punt at levelling out the playing field and…

Panasonic-DJ-headphones

Panasonic DJS400, HX40 and HX45 DJ headphones: Supafly Hi-Fi

Panasonic are about to release some rather cool looking DJ headphones – DJ culture is slowly penetrating the mainstream and to this end they have three new fashionable headphones –…

Ricoh

Round Up: Ricoh CX4, Olympus FE 5050 and Nikon D3100

‘Tis the season to be snap happy, according to camera giants Nikon, Ricoh and Olympus. They’ve all prepared new cameras for launch this Autumn, giving us all plenty of time…

sony-e-reader

Sony e-reader – hands on

I attended the Sony Reader demonstration with one thing in mind – to buy an Amazon Kindle later that day. Somewhere between seeing the Sony Reader and forcing the European…

F1-Simulator

Hexatech F1 Racing Simulator: the ultimate playboy toy?

If money is no object and you are looking for the perfect formula 1 gift then why not purchase the Cruden Formula 1 Racing Simulator? You will be amazed at…

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