The Nikon Coolpix S6200 sits near the top of the brand’s Style range of digital cameras – between the Coolpix S6150 and the Coolpix S8100 – that aims to combine ease of use with compact, stylish designs.
The dot s is Packard Bell’s 10.1-inch netbook. Unlike its larger brothers, the dot m and dot m/a, it stays safely in known netbook territory by featuring an Intel Atom processor and running Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system.
If you’re looking for an affordable digital recorder that doesn’t skimp on features, LG is always a good place to start. Its latest DVD/HDD range includes three models and the RHT497H is comfortably the cheapest.
With its unconventionally curvaceous design, touch-sensitive controls and a glossy fingerprint magnet finish, the DVD-H1080 deserves a place in the middle of the coffee table.
It’s no exaggeration to say that Pure’s Evoke-1 set the standard for DAB and the new Pure Evoke Flow does the same for Internet radio.
RIM’s BlackBerry Curve 8520 is the cheapest QWERTY handset in the company’s range, with a price tag £199 with an Orange pay-and-go SIM card, and is ideal for business users on a budge.