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GoPro HD Hero
4.5 stars

GoPro HD Hero

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When it comes to making video where other cameras dare not tread, there is one leader. It's the GoPro HD Hero. Everything from gnarly extreme sports types right up to TV production companies make use of this tiny little camcorder.While it's not especially... >>

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S
4.0 stars

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S

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Sony Ericsson had something of a critical hit on its hands with Xperia Arc. Here at Pocket-lint, we thought it good enough to earn four stars, and we had only quite minor complaints. And recent days have proved that this is an interesting time for Sony... >>

Asus Eee Pad Slider
4.5 stars

Asus Eee Pad Slider

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It’s not much of an exaggeration to say that the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is one of our favourite Android tablets of all time. In fact, it’s pretty reasonable to argue that the Transformer is the best Android tablet on the market.The optional keyboard... >>

Microsoft Touch Mouse
2.5 stars

Microsoft Touch Mouse

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There can be no doubt that Microsoft produces some of the nicest pointing devices we've ever used. And the company has innovated constantly, bringing our favourite method of pointing bang up to date, each and every year. We've got rid of balls, replaced... >>

Red Epic pictures and hands-on

Red Epic pictures and hands-on

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If you love movies and the art of cinematography, then you'll almost certainly have heard of, and be excited by, the Red Epic. Following on from the Red One, the Epic is a digital cinema camera that can shoot video that is arguably higher quality than... >>

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch (2011)
4.5 stars

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch (2011)

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You don’t have to love Apple, or even like it, to have a deep appreciation for the new generation of MacBook Air. The two models, of 13- and 11-inches, are the most visually impressive and delightful laptops on the market.Where Apple scores with the... >>

Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray
4.5 stars

Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

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Small phones seem to have gone out of fashion. A few years ago, before the iPhone, manufacturers were falling over themselves to miniaturise their handsets. Now though, smartphones are all the rage, and with that comes the need for ever larger screens.The... >>

Router hacking you off? Hack it back with DD-WRT

Router hacking you off? Hack it back with DD-WRT

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When Virgin installed my 50Mb broadband, it also brought along a D-Link 615 router. This is necessary because with the 50Mb modem (at the time) there was only a single Ethernet socket included, and no wireless. The D-Link ups your Ethernet ports to four,... >>

Acer Iconia A100
3.0 stars

Acer Iconia A100

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Steve Jobs doesn't like 7-inch tablets. Hardly surprising, given that Apple only has one tablet, and it's not 7-inches. But Pocket-lint likes all tablets, especially ones that give the people what they want: choice.The Iconia A100 is Acer's most recent... >>

Lightning GT pictures and hands-on

Lightning GT pictures and hands-on

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This has to be one of the most hotly anticipated cars for a long time. While excitement about the Tesla was feverish, there seems to be just as much enthusiasm around the Lightning GT. You can see why when you look at it though. Its nose has the style... >>

Vauxhall Ampera pictures and hands-on

Vauxhall Ampera pictures and hands-on

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Last week, Pocket-lint got its hands on the very first Vauxhall Ampera to hit UK shores. This is not the finished car, but it's pretty close to it. Aside from having its steering wheel on the wrong side, it gives a very complete feel for how the UK model... >>

Battlefield 3: Operation Guillotine pictures and hands-on

Battlefield 3: Operation Guillotine pictures and hands-on

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We took a short trip out of the office to see EA Games at its swanky Guildford office. The purpose of this visit was to play a segment from a Battlefield 3 single player mission. To say we were excited is a bit of an understatement. What follows may contain... >>

HP Pre 3
4.0 stars

HP Pre 3

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The HP Pre 3 is the latest in a line of similarly-styled handsets from the now defunct Palm division of HP. Each model has improved the original's excellent design and tweaked both the hardware quality and the way the operating system works too. There... >>

APP OF THE DAY: doubleTwist with AirSync review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: doubleTwist with AirSync review (Android)

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Some people consider the strength of the iPod and iPhone to be iTunes. It is, to its credit, a pretty good way of keeping your media organised and syncing it with your iOS device. Android doesn't have the luxury of a single place to sync your phone, which... >>

Samsung Galaxy S Plus
4.0 stars

Samsung Galaxy S Plus

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The first Samsung Galaxy S handset caused quite a fuss for a number of reasons. Firstly, it was a remarkable device and one that people genuinely wanted to own. Secondly, though, was how much it looked like an iPhone, down to the home button and curved,... >>

Acer Iconia A100 pictures and hands-on

Acer Iconia A100 pictures and hands-on

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It feels like it's taken a long time for 7-inch Honeycomb devices to show up. And then, as always, several turn up at once. The Acer Iconia A100 is the most recent and offers many of the usual features. Ours is a Wi-Fi only model, with 8GB of built-in... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Go Weather review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Go Weather review (Android)

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If you're an Android phone user with a phone made by anyone that isn't HTC, then you probably spend a good chunk of your time envying the weather widget found on the Taiwanese manufacturers Sense UI.The problem is, there isn't really a free equivalent... >>