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BeBook Pure
2.5 stars

BeBook Pure

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BeBook has been producing ebook readers for several years, offering a more affordable way to get access to a reader device without the premium asking price of some rivals.Much has changed in recent years, with prices dropping as the market becomes more... >>

Cardsharp 2: The credit card folding safety knife

Cardsharp 2: The credit card folding safety knife

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That's some credit card you've got there, is likely to be the first thing people say when you whip the Cardsharp 2 credit card folding safety knife out of your wallet.Created by Iain Sinclair and made from polypropylene with a 65mm stainless steel surgical... >>

Virgin Atlantic's new in-flight entertainment system pictures and hands-on

Virgin Atlantic's new in-flight entertainment system pictures and hands-on

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Virgin Atlantic has started to roll out a new in-flight entertainment system on its fleet which promises to change the way you watch films and TV shows, play games, catch up on the latest news headlines and much more at 35,000ft. But is it enough to make... >>

Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation Duo
4.5 stars

Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation Duo

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Oh my, what a name. It's hard to deny that Mophie has a penchant for the verbose when it comes to naming things. It's good then, that its devices are so solid, and have rescued us from some very deep holes in the past.The Powerstation Duo is the latest... >>

The Krups EA9000 touchscreen coffee machine makes you a coffee, then cleans up afterwards

The Krups EA9000 touchscreen coffee machine makes you a coffee, then cleans up afterwards

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The Krups EA9000 is the company's latest state-of-the-art coffee machine, adding a touchscreen interface and a self-cleaning feature so you don't really have to do anything aside from load it with coffee beans.The new flagship machine will cost £1299... >>

Golana ADQ100-1 diving watch pictures and hands-on

Golana ADQ100-1 diving watch pictures and hands-on

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Regardless of whether you're after a diving watch or not, the Golana ADQ100 is a beautiful thing to behold. It's wonderfully chunky from the typeface of the digits on the face all the way through to the polished-chrome housing. The minute you take it... >>

Celestron SkyProdigy 130 telescope pictures and hands-on

Celestron SkyProdigy 130 telescope pictures and hands-on

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There's bound to be someone you know - probably you - who's hooked on all things space. A few Brian Cox docos here, a smattering of Deep Space Nine episodes there and, before you know it, you're wondering whether that's Orion's Belt or just a series of... >>

GolfBuddy Voice pictures and hands-on

GolfBuddy Voice pictures and hands-on

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We've dabbled with Golf GPS systems here on Pocket-lint before, namely the Garmin Approach G5 and Approach S1 watch. However, when you don't quite need all the features those kind of devices offer, and you'd like to know how far away from the flag you... >>

Stewart Golf X7 Lithium Remote Golf Trolley pictures and hands-on

Stewart Golf X7 Lithium Remote Golf Trolley pictures and hands-on

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Many mull over the question, "What do you buy the man who has everything?" The answer is quite simple: get him a better version of something he already has, and what better an idea than an upgrade to his conventional push or pull golf trolley?Stewart... >>

Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation Pro
4.0 stars

Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation Pro

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Portable power packs are nothing new. When the smartphone landed on the scene, people quickly realised that getting more than a working day out of their devices was going to be impossible. One of the first Android smartphones, for example, the HTC Magic,... >>

Holga SLFT-IP4 iPhone case helps you snap creative photos

Holga SLFT-IP4 iPhone case helps you snap creative photos

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You've probably heard of Intagram, the app that lets you apply a wide gamut of filters to your photographs as you take them or after the fact and then share the glorious results with your mates. What you probably haven't heard of though is the Holga... >>

Plastic Logic demos colour video playback on e-paper

Plastic Logic demos colour video playback on e-paper

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Plastic Logic has serious plans for your e-reader. Revealed during a tour of the company's Cambridge-based research and development facility was a new e-paper capable of playing back video in colour. Never before seen on e-readers, the screen was able... >>

Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2 (YP-GI1)
4.0 stars

Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2 (YP-GI1)

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Remember MP3 players? Those were the things that were popular at the start of the decade, before mobile phones all got dozens of gigabytes of storage and apps and games and lots of things to keep you occupied when you are bored.Well, Samsung thinks that... >>

Pacific Cycles iF Urban 700C pictures and hands-on

Pacific Cycles iF Urban 700C pictures and hands-on

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People are intrigued by folding bikes, as you'll soon discover when you hit the streets with the Pacific Cycles iF Urban 700C. People will stop and stare; they'll gawp at you folding what looks like a normal bike in half.The biggest draw is that this... >>

TomTom Start 60
4.5 stars

TomTom Start 60

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With mobile phone navigation apps slowly gobbling the traditional satnav market, GPS makers like TomTom have to continue to develop new ways of making their devices still relevant in a world where many of the competing products are free.Five years ago... >>

Text your plug: Energenie GSM power socket pictures and hands-on

Text your plug: Energenie GSM power socket pictures and hands-on

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We know what you are thinking, it's a big plug, and what the devil is Pocket-lint doing covering plugs now. That's just so boring. You are right, plugs are boring, but this plug has a hidden secret, it comes with its own SIM card slot so you can text... >>

Nikon Sportstar EX binoculars pictures and hands-on

Nikon Sportstar EX binoculars pictures and hands-on

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Nikon UK, as an official licensee of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, has released a London 2012 edition of it Nikon Sportster EX binoculars.With the London 2012 logo emblazoned on the body in pink, the binoculars are compact and portable,... >>

Nike Max Transitions pictures and hands-on

Nike Max Transitions pictures and hands-on

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Those old enough to remember a time when something called the "Sun" shone on our great nation will remember the need for things called "sunglasses" to prevent being overwhelmed by light. Sadly, the gods of water, including Thames, Veolia, Sutton and East... >>

Samsung S Pebble pictures and hands-on

Samsung S Pebble pictures and hands-on

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Announced alongside the Samsung Galaxy S III, the Samsung S Pebble is a small accessory MP3 player to accompany your phone.Your first reaction might be to wonder why, when you've you got a smartphone, you'd need an additional MP3 player. It's a fair question. The... >>

TomTom speed camera app hands-on and pictures

TomTom speed camera app hands-on and pictures

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Fess up, you like to drive fast don't you? Perhaps fast enough to break the speed limit from time to time? Naughty.Helping you try to avoid speeding tickets and points on your licence, TomTom has launched the TomTom Speed Cameras app, that helps you stick... >>

Adidas London 2012 Team GB kit: The tech to win us medals

Adidas London 2012 Team GB kit: The tech to win us medals

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With the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games rapidly approaching, Team GB sportswear partner Adidas invited us to take a look at the range of kit available for our athletes and explain some of the tech that went into creating the garments.The range... >>

Amazon Kindle Touch 3G
4.5 stars

Amazon Kindle Touch 3G

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It wasn't all that long ago that we reviewed the new Kindle. As you might imagine, we loved it. This is, after all, the best known and best designed ebook reader on the market. It's simple, cheap, and pretty much single-purpose. What it does, it does... >>

Vibram Five Fingers KSO Barefoot pictures and hands-on

Vibram Five Fingers KSO Barefoot pictures and hands-on

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Forget over-pronating, or under pronating, the rage at the moment is all about running barefoot. That might work on the beach or the more sandy climbs of Africa, but running your usual route barefoot in the UK is more than likely not possible or advisable.In... >>

Hands-on: energyEGG review

Hands-on: energyEGG review

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Not to be confused with the Energy Eggs that are homeopathic healing stones, the EnergyEGG from Treegreen is a wireless appliance control system that promises to switch off unused appliances when you leave the room.Interested to see how the gadget works... >>

Western Digital MyBook Live Duo
4.0 stars

Western Digital MyBook Live Duo

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Firms like Western Digital are always telling us not to wait until a drive fails to invest in some backup solutions. And people like us are always ignoring them, assuming that it will never happen to us. Well, it did happen to us, and it was only once... >>

Feet In: Teva Fuse-ion shoes review

Feet In: Teva Fuse-ion shoes review

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If you are the adventurer type, you like to get wet. Water holds no boundary for you. So it makes sense to have a shoe that isn't going to be on a radiator drying out for most of your summer exploits.The Teva Fuse-ion promises to be a shoe that says "pah"... >>

Hands-on: Mu USB adapter folding plug review

Hands-on: Mu USB adapter folding plug review

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First discovered by Pocket-lint in 2009, the folding plug concept by Min-Kyu Choi has now become a reality, for you to buy and put in your bag. Pocket-lint went hands-on for a quick review with the new USB charger from Made in Mind to see whether it is... >>

Technogym Recline Personal pictures and hands-on

Technogym Recline Personal pictures and hands-on

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We know you are the kind of person that likes to work out, we know that you are the kind of person that can't be bothered to go to the gym, we know that your time is precious and that any chance to multitask is gratefully welcomed.In steps the professional-grade... >>

Kingston Wi-Drive
4.0 stars

Kingston Wi-Drive

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When it comes to the iPhone, iPad and iPod, storage is expensive. These devices all have fixed amounts of storage, and no way for consumers to upgrade them with simple memory cards. And that can mean that people end up with less storage than they need,... >>

Blue Microphones Yeti Pro pictures and hands-on

Blue Microphones Yeti Pro pictures and hands-on

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Back at the end of 2010, Pocket-lint got its hands on a Blue Microphones THX-certified Yeti USB mic and was extremely impressed. For its £129.99, it offered studio quality audio capture at a fraction of the price of a professional equivalent. It was... >>

Sony Walkman Z pictures and hands-on

Sony Walkman Z pictures and hands-on

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We caught it as a prototype at IFA 2011 in Berlin, but it wasn't until the Android-running Sony Walkman Z series hit CES that it became a reality and a chance for Pocket-lint to go hands on with this suped-up media player.A match up of the iPod touch,... >>

Kyobo eReader pictures and hands-on

Kyobo eReader pictures and hands-on

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The Qualcomm Mirasol has turned up for a bow in the shape of the Kyobo eReader at CES 2012.Kyobo is Korea’s leading bookstore and will give owners of the 5.7-inch device access to 90,000 ebooks including the Steve Jobs biography, a month before any... >>

Victorinox 1TB SSD Swiss Army knife pictures and hands-on

Victorinox 1TB SSD Swiss Army knife pictures and hands-on

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Pocket-lint has got its hands on the most expensive pocket-knife in town over in Vegas at CES - the $3,000 Victorinox 1TB SSD Swiss Army knifeTaking the phrase "cutting edge technology" quite literally, the Swiss based company has picked up our award... >>

Pure Highway 300Di
3.5 stars

Pure Highway 300Di

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Pure recently unveiled its latest attempt to get on the road with you - the Pure Highway 300Di; a professionally installed car radio system that will help you with the jump from analogue to digital broadcasting in your car. If the Highway moniker rings... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Kobo review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Kobo review (Android)

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The battleground for reading is being fiercely fought in the politest possible way. Free from the flame wars of PC or smartphone platforms, books, those of the non-printed variety, face the same challenges that digital music did. The ebook reader could... >>

Biomega Copenhagen pictures and hands-on

Biomega Copenhagen pictures and hands-on

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Biomega offers bikes with a difference. They aren't the normal run-of-mill bicycles assembled to offer you the cheapest ride around. Instead they see the humble bike with loftier aims: it's a piece of luxury design and we have to say the attention to... >>

Livescribe Echo 8GB with Livescribe Connect
4.5 stars

Livescribe Echo 8GB with Livescribe Connect

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If you're not familiar with the Livescribe smartpen setup, allow us to fill you in. The Echo is the follow-up to the Pulse and, like its predecessor, contains a camera that is capable of shooting over 70 frames per second.Working in tandem with specially... >>

Skype Freetalk Connect Me home phone pictures and hands-on

Skype Freetalk Connect Me home phone pictures and hands-on

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Skype recently unleashed a couple of devices to get you all VoIPed up without even needing to turn on your PC; the Skype Freetalk Connect Me home phone adapter and the GE Digital Cordless Expandable Telephone with Skype.Starting with the adapter and the... >>