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  • Phones 4 out of 5

    Griffin Simplifi dock review

    By 28 October 2009

    So you've got an iPhone (who hasn't) and you know that it's probably the worst device on the planet for actually lasting longer than a couple of hours without needing a charge. In steps the Griffin Simplifi, an iPhone/iPod docking station that is designed...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Kingston Media Reader review

    By 5 March 2008

    Some gadgets are more practical than desirable and a memory card reader certainly falls into this category. However, rather than just a small box with port slots, Kingston has added a hint of style to this device. For starters, it has been designed for...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Griffin Express Card 34 Card Reader review

    By 12 March 2007

    If you've bought a new laptop in the last year, chances are you've got one of the new express card slots on the side of it. Half the size of a PC card the idea, for those not in the know, is to be able to offer you a chance to expand your offering, In...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Fujitsu DynaMO 1300U2 Photo disk drive review

    By 5 April 2005

    In the arms race of storage Vs. resolution and ever higher bit rates, it still all comes down to just one thing, disk space. Even with the best camera ever, if a storage card fills up after 20 minutes, you're no better off than your contemporaries staring...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Fujifilm DPC-UD1 pen drive with xD-Picture Card review

    By 6 October 2004

    Memory cards are a great creation until you want to transfer the information off them and onto your computer. FujiFilm thinks it's cracked it with a simple USB key. Rather than offering a 15-in-1 reader that reads every memory card under the sun, they...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Delkin USB Bridge review

    By 8 September 2004

    You know the story - you are out and about with the digital camera snapping away and suddenly you realise that you’ve run out of shots. At this point you’ve got two options: the first is to find a quiet spot and start deleting images you don’t want,...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Canon i250 bubblejet printer review

    By 28 May 2004

    Canon are hoping that if you are printing on a budget then you will turn to its entry level Canon i250 BubbleJet Printer. The model, boxed in a compact off-white form factor the size of a bread bin, offers a paper feeder of 100 sheets, 12 pages per minute...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Media Reader for iPod review

    By 26 May 2004

    With the world rather quickly becoming one where everyone seems to own an iPod, digital photographers will be pleased to see that Belkin has produced a unit for reading files from your digital cameras memory card and transferring them to your iPod's hard...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Crucial Hi-Speed USB 7-in-1 Card Reader review

    By 9 December 2003

    Similar in style to the Flash Go 2! Reader, Crucial’s 7-in-1 card reader is a compact affair that does what it sets out to do. About the size of half a sandwich, the USB2.0 cable is hidden in a compartment at the rear of the unit. This makes for safe...

  • Cameras 3 out of 5

    Sandisk ImageMate 6 in 1 review

    By 11 November 2003

    If you deal with lots of different media formats and you're unwilling or unable to connect the source cameras into your PC then the best way forward is an all-in-one card reader. There are many on the market, all professing to offer the latest and greatest...

  • Cameras 3 out of 5

    FlashGO!2.0 card reader review

    By 23 July 2003

    There are many media card readers on the market at the moment and each and everyone tries in vein to woo you with a unique selling point. Imation's tack is to not only offer faster connection speeds with a USB2.0 connection but also shrink the device...

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