Not everyone needs a phone with a million apps and a 20MP camera. Can Nokia’s budget 3G slider really mix it with the best?
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.
The Canon EOS 550D D-SLR may have a modest price tag, but it still packs a punch! With HD video, easy-to-use features and awesome ISO performance, you can’t go wrong!
Looking for an MP3 without the fussy features on products like the iPod Touch? Look no further. This Sony Walkman plays audio and video, is super portable, and looks very pretty too.
As with a lot of brands trying to address the UK-specific market of Freeview – and in this case, Freeview HD – Philips has enlisted the help of renowned set-top box maker Pace to deliver its entry-level receiver, the DTR5520.
Although it has limited manual controls, the Nikon Coolpix S9100 has 12.1MP and full HD video recording, so you know you’re getting your money’s worth!
This mid-range D-SLR camera has HD recording and 18MP. If you’re new to photography, the Canon EOS 600D is a great starting point, with easy-to-use features.