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Hottest Variety Steelers Jerseys Online

It could be on the club shirts of various groups previously school. It’s sort of like the NY Giants last season in the cheap nfl authentic jerseys nfl when they had november 23 3 playoff games on the road to get towards the Super Toilet. Is there anyone we adore more than pro athletes and  Full Article…

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Hands-on review: MWC 2013: LG Optimus L5 2

The LG Optimus L5 2 is another new addition to the Korean’s firm entry-level smartphone range, and sits just above the Optimus L3 2. Replacing the original Optimus L5 which launched at MWC last year, the Optimus L5 II looks to build on the L-Style brand with updated software and bumped up features. LG says  Full Article…

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Hands-on review: MWC 2013: Nokia Lumia 720

As well as the budget Nokia 520, Nokia also announced the Lumia 720 at MWC 2013. The new handsets join Nokia’s increasingly broad Lumia range, slotting in around the Lumia 620, 820 and 920 for Windows Phone 8. The 4.3-inch 720 retains the familiar unibody casing and it’s available in five different colours – we’ve  Full Article…

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Hands-on review: MWC 2013: Nokia 301

The Nokia 301 is bringing a simple, affordable mobile phone experience to Europe as the Finnish firm looks to hone in on the companion device market. While the 301 will be sold in emerging markets as the primary handset for users, in developed regions this feature phone won’t be on children’s Christmas wish lists. Set  Full Article…

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Review: MSI Z77 MPower

The wheel of time turns and chipsets come to pass, and a year after the Z77 chipset’s launch, you can pick up top-spec boards for a fraction of the price you could just a few months back. MSI’s Z77 MPower is one such mobo, packing in a rather impressive specs list for £135. Bargain, but  Full Article…

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Review: Mad Catz FREQ 5

There’s something to be said for choosing your style and sticking to it. Mad Catz has done just that with its PC gaming range of capitalised peripherals and is rolling out that now familiar angular aesthetic to its FREQ range of gaming headsets. While the Mad Catz designs polarise opinion, you generally can’t argue with  Full Article…

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Review: Razer Deathstalker Ultimate

You wait all year for a super-expensive gaming keyboard with touchscreen controls and then two turn up at once. Following hot on the crazy-priced heels of the Mad Catz STRIKE 7 comes this ultra stylish, ultra techie riposte from peripherals guru Razer. Like the STRIKE 7 it comes with a touchscreen interface, but aside from  Full Article…

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Hands-on review: Sony Alpha a58

It’s been a few years since Sony first introduced its DSLT, or translucent mirror, cameras, and it seems as if consumers and the industry are now au fait with the idea. The company generally updates its entry level cameras once a year, and so it has refreshed the Sony Alpha a57 with the Sony Alpha  Full Article…

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Review: Asus VivoTab Smart ME400

Introduction Windows 8 tablets haven’t exactly set the world alight so far. Indeed things have been positively low key. Firstly there was uncertainty – many Microsoft partners had prepped their own devices when suddenly, last summer, Microsoft said it would be launching its own hardware in the shape of Surface. That device runs Windows RT,  Full Article…

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