Portable music players are a dime a dozen, and despite a good portion of people using them while exercising, surprisingly few players cater specifically for this active demographic. Thankfully, Sony has never been shy about trailblazing, and the 2GB ...
Canon's new PIXMA iP6700D photo printer is the successor to the company's iP6600D, one of the best products of 2006. The iP6700D is first and foremost a photo printer. In our tests, it produced high-quality prints on photo paper; images were vibrant,...
Sitting at the bottom of JVC's Everio range of hard disk camcorders is the GZ-MG26, the smallest sibling of five brothers. But this is no runt of the litter, sporting the same excellent design and wide range of features that has left us enamoured wit...
We recently looked at the first of Canon's new range of compacts, the [[prodid:2453]], but were a little disappointed, as it wasn't up to standard in several of our tests. Fortunately, with the Powershot A710 IS, Canon has done a much better job, con...
Taking advantage of Intel's new Core 2 Duo E6700 desktop CPU (Conroe) and paving the way for a new range of Vista Ready PC's, the Dell Dimension 9200 looks stylish and is diverse in its application, but also employs some different design ideas to mak...
Panasonic's VDR-D150 is an entry level DVD camcorder that offers a good range of functions in an easy to use package, but falls down when it comes to the quality of its video footage and still images.
Looking like a regular, if slightly large and chunky slider phone, the O2 Xda Stealth is actually a fully fledged smart phone running Windows Mobile 5. Also offering Wi-Fi connectivity, a 2 megapixel camera and expandable memory thanks to a mini-SD c...
Designed to withstand plenty of mistreatment, the Nokia 5500 Sport features a shock-proof and splash-proof casing targeted at the more active consumer. Despite being encased in a stainless steel cover with a rubber covering and a silicon keypad, the ...
No question about it: Apple's new iPod Shuffle is minuscule: It's smaller than a matchbook, slimmer than a microcassette, and light enough that you could clip it on your shirt and not even stretch the fabric. In my first hands-on experience with the ...
Ever find yourself on a long haul flight wishing your notebook would last just a little bit longer? Then perhaps the HP Compaq nc2400 is for you. Offering absolutely mammoth battery life combined with a petite design and solid performance, the nc2400...
The HP Compaq nx7400 is an affordable all-purpose notebook with solid overall performance and outstanding battery life. It will suit those looking for a notebook unit that can comfortably perform office functions and play some basic digital media, bu...
Taking the concept of an ultraportable notebook to new heights, Lenovo's X60 is lightweight (1.6kg without PSU), performs well and combines exceptional battery-life with a Vodafone 3G mobile Internet connection for the best mobility we've seen in a n...
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Kenwood has produced a compact home theatre system in the AX-7. It provides excellent virtual surround and great sound quality for both movie and music playback in a fairly small package. However we would have liked to see the inclusion of a componen...
For those wanting to enter the world of home theatre with a 5.1 DVD system at a competitive price, the LH-550SB is certainly worth a look. The sound and directional qualities of the speakers are very good, but we did find they were often overshadowed...
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