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Philips Fidelio HTL9100 Soundbar

Taking care of your home surround sound setup, the sleek looking speaker can blast virtual surround sound and 5.1 channel surround sound automatically as soon as you detach the additional wireless speakers. With a wireless subwoofer also in tow, you can expect an impressively rich audio performance that we have

10 Best Digital Cameras of 2013

At any given point in time, there are hundreds of models of digital cameras available. Making it quite difficult for a regular user to decide which one to buy and which one fulfills his needs to the fullest. Requirements such as small design and minimal effort alongside the best result require

Sony Bravia X9000A

This 65-inch slab of pure premium is the embodiment of Sony’s new design philosophy – a huge bezel-less sheet of glass with super-thin magnetic fluid speakers on either side. With an actual resolution of 3840 x 2160, this is the flagship for Sony’s 4K range boasting passive 3D, and upscaling

Monster iSport Intensity

The in-ear headphones made for runners, joggers and treadmill frequenters allows ambient noise in without compromising the music from your MP3 player or smartphone making them ideal for running near busy roads or if you just want to ear wig on conversations in the gym. With a new ear-pipe design

Samsung Game Pad

Want to turn your Galaxy S4 into something not a billion miles away from a PS Vita? Try the Game Pad. Running on AA batteries, it connects via Bluetooth and offers gaming controls, visibly “infl uenced by” the Xbox, for 80 games at launch. Dual analogue sticks, shoulder triggers, a

Toshiba Portege Z10t

Tablet or laptop? Lablet? Taptop? Quit your arguing, guys: this Windows 8 Pro Toshiba is the latest hybrid device offering a bit of both. Rip the detachable, full-HD, 11.6-inch touchscreen tablet from the splash-resistant keyboard dock and input switches from backlit keys to ten-fi nger multi-touch accordingly. An Intel Core

Sony Cyber-shot HX50

Go on, take a closer look; this is the first compact camera to feature a 30x optical zoom. Not content with above-average eyesight, it also includes tech borrowed from Sony’s high-end RX range, including a 20.4-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor and Wi-Fi for uploading your long-lens shots of Prince Harry

Asus B1M Projector

How can you make your PowerPoint presentation more impressive? One answer is star wipes, but for even greater classiness, there’s this wireless projector. It collects files straight from your network-connected laptop, tablet or smartphone and turns them into 51-inch images, with its LED light serving up 700 big lumens of

Recon Instruments Jet

While Google Glass is wearable tech for the catwalk, Recon’s Android-based, outdoorsy rival, the Jet, has been built for wrestling alligators and then tweeting about it. A tiny HD display is located in the bottom right-hand corner and an HD camera is up front, while an accelerometer, thermometer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,

August 2013: iT7 x2

We’ve had headphones from legendary rappers and superstar DJs. Now it’s time for a pair from… a middlingly famous footballer. Namely, Ian Taylor. Yet unlike his previous effort, these new wireless cans are pretty good, boasting Bluetooth 4.0, Apt-X and NFC for tap-and-go connectivity with compatible gizmos. Throw in 22

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