Harman Kardon JBL On Stage; A little powerhouse with great sound from a speaker shaped like a doughnut.
Panasonic’s latest VHS-equipped machine, the DMR-EZ49V, is a straight DVD recorder/VHS combi, which can be used to play or record onto both formats, as well as copy content from one onto the other internally.
Goodmans has been a trusted budget British brand for yonks, so it was only a matter of time before it issued its first Freeview HD receiver.
The S605 represents a major rethink for Lexmark; ditching the tri-colour cartridges originally favoured by Lexmark and ushering in a single print head unit, fed by individually replaceable ink tanks – more in line with Canon and Epson printers.
The Lexmark Impact S305 is a rather fussy-looking device. It’s quite large and heavy, but with the added attraction of having a built-in scanner and Wi-Fi connectivity, and also being a decent all-round photo printer.
Let’s be clear about this from the start – Apple does not have a good track record with mice. But with multi-touch, is this the cleverest mouse yet?
The JBL On Time really stands out from the pack of iPod speakers. It looks like a Zen shrine to the iPod which, when docked, becomes framed by a halo of speakers. It’s in a class of its own, anyway, because it’s as much an alarm clock as it is a speaker system.
Epson has an impeccable reputation for medium and wide-format photo printers. We find out if the same can be said of the Stylus Photo R2880.
Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000; A BlueTrack-happy wireless keyboard and mouse set for the more price conscious of us.
The latest version of Pure’s Evoke DAB/FM radio, the 2S, includes a number of key improvements that take the audio performance to a new level.