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Sagem launches new clamshell mobile

Sagem launches new clamshell mobile

By 21 August 2006

Sagem has launched a new clamshell mobile called the my501C. Although it brings nothing new to the table, it offers a solid set of features, including a music player that supports AAC files, 32MB internal memory plus a microSD TM card slot, as well as... >>

Sony launches HDD camcorder to compete against JVC

Sony launches HDD camcorder to compete against JVC

By 5 January 2006

Sony has announced it is following in the footsteps of JVC with the announcement of the launch of a hard disk drive based camcorder. The new drive will come with a 30GB capacity drive and provide up to 21 hours recording time. The new model, called the... >>

Canon launches the DC20 and DC10 direct to DVD camcorders

Canon launches the DC20 and DC10 direct to DVD camcorders

By 28 July 2005

Following hot on the heels of the Sony's Handycam DCR-DVD7E camcorder, Canon has launched what it is claiming is the world's smallest and lightest 1 Megapixel DVD digital video cameras that record straight to DVD discs. The two new models, the DC10 and... >>

Pinnacle PCTV USB2 review
3.5 out of 5

Pinnacle PCTV USB2 review

By 12 October 2004

There’s hardly anything to this Pinnacle kit unlike the massive studio sets we’ve reviewed recently. It’s just the box, the USB lead, the installation CD and that’s it. It’s another device entirely open and honest about the need for USB 2.0... >>

Dazzle Video Creator 90 video editing software review
3 out of 5

Dazzle Video Creator 90 video editing software review

By 11 October 2004

Look at the package. Aside from the two CDs and manual, this blue box that looks like a child’s fist is all there is to the package, which plugs into your USB 2.0 port after you’ve installed the Pinnacle Studio 9 software. Of the current range, only... >>

Pinnacle Studio Moviebox Deluxe 9 review
3.5 out of 5

Pinnacle Studio Moviebox Deluxe 9 review

By 17 September 2004

First things first; FA Porsche really shouldn't be taking credit for designing a slab and rounding the edges. The Moviebox looks functional enough, but once you've got two sets of wires going in and out of it, it looks like just another piece of junk... >>

Pny launches the verto Geforce 6800 GT

By 22 June 2004

Pny has launched the Verto GeForce™ 6800 GT. The card is based on the NVIDIA chipset and features a 16-pipe superscalar graphics processing unit (GPU) and full support for Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0. In the box you get one DVI to VGA adapter,... >>

Never iron anything again with the help of the Siemens Dressman

Never iron anything again with the help of the Siemens Dressman

By 27 May 2004

The chore of doing the ironing might become a thing of the past if the chaps over at Siemens have their way. The answer to our hours of boredom stuck in front of the ironing board is the Dressman robot. While even the most experienced ironers take about... >>

Canon launches new MVX20 Series camcorders

Canon launches new MVX20 Series camcorders

By 9 May 2004

Canon has announced a new range of 2.2 Megapixel camcorders - the MVX20i and MVX25i. Both models can also be used to take still photographs. The MVX20 Series' 2.2 Megapixel 1/3.4” CCD sensor utilises 1.77 effective Megapixels when recording movies to... >>

CeBIT – Samsung launched 2 mega pixel mobile phone

By 21 March 2004

Not content with launching a mobile phone capable of receiving a television signal, Samsung has also announced the launch of a mobile phone with 2 mega pixel digital camera. The phone, the SPH-V4400, allows users to take pictures and up to 2 hours of... >>