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Internet Traffic Cop

The Internet Traffic Cop is a strikingly designed gadget that provides a form of security while you are away from your computer or wireless network - although we really can't see the point of it.

Bond, James Bond?

Whether its fingerprint readers, retina scanners or voice activated security, consumers have always been fascinated by biometric technology.

Toy Webcam

Looking like any ordinary plush toy, the Anyware Computer Accessories Toy Webcam is an amusing product that is sure to win over the kids, while providing an opportunity for internet video recording and still images.

Samsung YP-U1

The Samsung YP-U1 is a stylish and compact MP3 player which provides serious competition for Apple's popular iPod Shuffle. Its convenient flip out USB drive and simple controls are only let down by an average battery life and no FM radio.

Sagem VS2

Many mobile phones these days ship with a bewildering variety of included extras that are often confusing, useless or add significantly to the retail price. Manufacturer Sagem has come up with a very basic mobile phone that is intended for those who...

Nokia 7280

The Nokia 7280 is a rather unusual looking fashion phone which sacrifices the standard functionality and convenience of a keypad to be slim, small and light in form factor.

Nokia 6680

The Nokia 6680 is an upgrade to the previously released 6630 and adds some innovative features to an already impressive 3G package.

i-Rocks MP3 Case

The i-Rocks MP3 case provides portable storage for your favourite music CD's, as well as an opportunity to play your music on-the-go through its in-built speaker system.

Logitech Wireless iPod Headphones

Many of us have been waiting patiently for Apple to release an iPod with wireless Bluetooth capability, as this would open the door to using a large range of multimedia accessories. In the Wireless iPod Headphones, Logitech have given us a preview of...

Etymotic ER6i

Etymotic Research has long been associated with high-fidelity products, but in the ER6i they have produced a stunning consumer product that is a must have for those wishing to get the best out of their MP3 player.

Apple Mighty Mouse

For years Apple have stood firmly by the use of single button mice for their computers. But in the Mighty Mouse, they have finally made the switch to a two-button design and have delivered a comfortable, quality peripheral that is sure to be apprecia...

Apple iMac G5

Apple has improved its range of iMac computers by adding in-built iSight capabilities, extra RAM, wireless networking and Bluetooth as standard features - all this in a case that houses a stunning 20-inch widescreen display.

Optoma H57

Optoma may not be a brand that's overly familiar to home theatre enthusiasts but the company has garnered itself a decent reputation overseas. The recently released H57 projector is the latest addition to their projector range.

Sony Ericsson K608i

3G mobile phones have long been renowned for their large and bulky designs, but the Sony Ericsson K608i is a sophisticated, yet compact handset that is sure to please 3G users.

Apple iPod Video

Rumours of Apple introducing video playback on the iPod were circulating for quite some time before the launch of this fifth generation (5G) music player, the iPod Video. With this release, Apple has only further enhanced their reputation as the lead...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.

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The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint.

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The screen was particularly good. It is bright and visible from most angles, however heat is an issue, particularly around the Windows button on the front, and on the back where the battery housing is located.

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My first impression after unboxing the Q702 is that it is a nice looking unit. Styling is somewhat minimalist but very effective. The tablet part, once detached, has a nice weight, and no buttons or switches are located in awkward or intrusive positions.

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