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Panasonic TX-L19D28BP

At almost double the price of most 19-inch LCD TVs, the 58mm-deep TX-L19D28EP comes with high hopes and a carefully thought-out attack plan. Its chief weapon is probably its iPod dock, a sparkling white, wired cradle that clashes slightly with the TX-L19D28EP’s standout feature: its purple finish. If you want to stretch the iPod association  Full Article…

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Sony Reader Pocket Edition

Compare the pain of dragging three thickset Booker Prize candidates to the south of France with you with the 220g weight of the Sony Reader Pocket Edition and you’re halfway to understanding the appeal of eBooks. But with Amazon’s Kindle arriving in the UK imminently, should you burn your bookshelves just yet? Small, light and  Full Article…

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Targus Notebook Internet Phone

A mouse that is also a telephone may sound like something from a sci-fi movie, but this device is a novel idea. It works in conjunction with Skype, so you’ll need to download the software and set up an account. On the telephone side, it comes with its own sound chip built-in, so you can  Full Article…

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Joby GorillaMobile Holder

The GorillaMobile Holder for iPhone is a mini-tripod with a difference. Each of its legs has ten flexible joints, enabling you to twist and bend them to sit in awkward spaces or uneven floors. The head section twists and bends too, so you can use your iPhone in portrait or landscape mode, and angle it  Full Article…

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Powerfreakz Evolution 2500

Nobody will be shocked to learn that the proprietary connectors used to power your various devices don’t exist for any other reason than to make those devices incompatible with others. Tech companies like to be awkward if they can. We have no doubt that the iPod could function perfectly well with a standard mini-USB socket,  Full Article…

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Samsung YP-R1 MP3 player

Samsung has always occupied a grey area in the tech world. With neither the establishment of Sony, nor the consumer-friendliness of Apple, the South Korean company’s products have nevertheless garnered impressive reviews from us. In spite of its amazing netbooks and televisions, one area Samsung has lacked in is MP3 players. It’s never quite cracked  Full Article…

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Klipsch Image S4i

The iPhone’s great success has meant that earphone manufacturers haven’t been reluctant to create earphones especially for it, including the mic/clicker arrangement used for calls and to control playback. There are relatively few that have volume controls on the same clicker; but the Image S4i earbuds from Klipsch do. While volume controls are a nice  Full Article…

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HTC Desire

After unleashing the massively impressive HTC Legend, its bigger brother, the HTC Desire, is here – faster, bigger and more powerful and still packing the Android punch. It might be the Nexus One rebadged, but this is a behemoth of a phone in its own right; has HTC tried to do too much? We reviewed  Full Article…

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Philips 19PFL3405

An HD ready, LED-backlit panel is key to this 19in Philips LCD. Though there’s no sign of the Dutch firm’s signature Ambilight feature, the 19PFL3405 is better looking than most TVs of this size. A gloss black surround is flanked by a red plastic lip at the bottom of the screen that most recalls Samsung  Full Article…

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Sony Walkman NWZ-A845

You can put Apple’s ownership of the portable music market down to two things: Steve Jobs’ marketing nous and (iPod designer) Jonny Ive’s understanding that most people value convenience and gadgetry above audio quality. So it’s easy to believe that Apple doesn’t give much thought to fidelity. Thankfully, judging by our review of the new  Full Article…

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