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Sporting a glossy, mirror-like surface with a disappearing external display, the Sony Ericsson Z610i is a real head turner. While this handset will appeal to those who want something sleek and stylish, the 3G enabled Z610i also has quite a solid feat...
Superb video and audio quality at a steep price ... that's my immediate take on the Samsung BD-P1000 Blu-ray player. Of course, a mix of factors is likely to drive the price down in the not too distant future.
Canon's EOS 400D Digital SLR is the success to their acclaimed EOS 350D, and as such, it had some big shoes to fill. We were confident it would be up to the task, and thankfully we were not disappointed. This camera is fantastic value for money. It i...
If you've ever encountered problems positioning your webcam, with it not quite being able to achieve those difficult angles you require, MSI has a solution. The Starcam Mini is a novel little device: a small webcam mounted on to the end of a 35cm sem...
With its new MacBook, Apple has filled out its Intel-based portable line with an entry-level model. But this mobile Macintosh packs so many clever, practical features into its compact case that using it never feels like a compromise.
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A sleek and sophisticated looking 3G capable handset, the Sony Ericsson V630i features a crisp display, 2 megapixel camera and Memory Stick Micro (M2) support. With an integrated MP3 player and a 256MB M2 card included in the sales package, the V630i...
The KG245 is a cut price model with a good range of features that performs well overall. Although it lacks the latest multimedia options and a high quality camera, the KG245 represents an excellent buy for the user who needs a good, basic phone at a ...
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The Lenovo ThinkPad R60 is a solid all purpose notebook that offers reasonable although not outstanding performance and above average battery life. It will suit those looking for a notebook that can comfortably perform day-to-day office functions but...
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