3M has just released two super-bright portable DLP LED projectors: the battery-powered MP220 and the mains-powered MP410.
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Hot on the heels of Kodak's recent announcement of its Scanmate i940 USB-powered portable document scanner, Plustek has introduced a competing product, the MobileOffice D412.
Buffalo Technology is one of the top manufacturers of consumer NAS devices, typified by its LinkStation appliances. It also has a solid range of TeraStation products aimed at SMEs, which are sold pre-populated with hard disks.
HTC's latest smartphone is an entry-level handset offering Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) for around £190 unlocked. It sounds like a bargain on paper, with NFC support an added bonus.
Nokia's flagship Windows Phone is the £468 (inc. VAT; £390 ex. VAT) Lumia 900, while the entry-level spot is filled by the £180 (inc. VAT; £150 ex. VAT) Lumia 610. Does the 610's cut-price Windows Phone experience offer enough to make it viable?
Hot on the heels of the launch of the entry-level Fritz!Box 3270, German manufacturer AVM has added two more models to its range of consumer VoIP routers.
Kodak's new ScanMate i940 is a good example of the latest generation of portable compact USB scanners, aimed at mobile professionals or those needing a convenient desktop scanner with a small footprint.
It’s been a big week for Microsoft. Monday saw the arrival of its first tablet, and Wednesday, the latest iteration of its phone OS.
Desktop storage appliances tend to stop at eight bays. The QNAP TS-1079 Pro, however, tucks in two more beneath the usual eight, creating a remarkably compact 10-disk appliance with a raw capacity of up to 30TB.
Microsoft's first tablet needs to do several things. It needs to push the state of the art, to encourage OEMs to develop better hardware, and it needs to showcase Windows 8.