Hardware & Accessories

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HP TouchSmart 520: Family friendly All-In-One

By David Hillier,

HP officially released news of the TouchSmart 520, its updated redesign of the previous TouchSmart all-in-one devices, and a stylish attempt at providing a family-friendly machine primarily used for entertainment within the home. As the worlds leading producer of Windows… Read article

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New Logitech headset and boombox

By David Hillier,

Logitech have just announced two brand new products to their range, and they will be manna in heaven for the discerning tablet and smartphone user with a few extra pennies in his or her back pocket. The Wireless Headset synchs… Read article

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Plextor PX256M2S SSD review

By Jack Ratcliffe,

Harddrives ain’t the most glamorous of components; no matter how large or fast they get. SSD harddrives have injected a bit of glamour into the market by dramatically increasing performance, but they’re usually dismissed as toys of rich gamin’ playboys…. Read article

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Honestech Claymation Studio 3.0 review

By Naomi Mackay,

  I have long harboured secret desires to make my own animated movies – I think several visits to the Disney parks in Florida, where you can see behind the scenes helped. And of course I grew up in a… Read article

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Sony HD-PG5 external hard drive

By Gabrielle Pickard,

We can always rely on Sony to come up with quality and stylish goods and none more so it seems than its first ever range of external hard drives known as the HD-PG5 series. Providing an ample 500GB of data… Read article

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Samsung ML-1865W review

By Jack Ratcliffe,

Removing the Samsung ML-1865W from its box causes a moment of quiet reflection – remember when wireless laser printers were the size of photocopiers? The 1865 is tiny (341 x 224 x 184mm). We’re talking pretty-much-inkjet size. And it all… Read article

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Sony Vaio Z hands on review

By Jack Ratcliffe,

Rarely – very rarely – does an amazing laptop reach the market. Even more occasionally, it’s not made by Apple. Is this uncommonness what makes the Sony Vaio Z so special? No – it’s special because it’s awesome. Before we… Read article