Video: Sony Bloggie compact camcorder hands-on

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Tech Digest got to have a play around with the rather unique Sony Bloggie MHS- PM5K compact camcorder at a recent preview event. With a six-inch LCD screen, 270 degree rotating lens and a flip-out USB port for easy-uploading,…

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Video – Sony HDR-XR550 camcorder hands-on

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Tech Digest get to have a hands-on look at Sony's latest full HD camcorder, the HDR-XR550. With a 250GB hard drive, Exmor R CMOS sensor and a BIONZ processor, it's looking pretty darn good. Other features include an Optical…

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Top 5 HD TVs for watching the World Cup on

Gerald Lynch Features, HDTV, Round ups, Tech Digest news, World Cup 2010 4 Comments

With the World Cup 2010 finals in South Africa just around the corner, there's no better time than now to upgrade your TV. If you've been holding out to make the jump from a standard definition telly to a HD…

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Blu-ray added to Kaleidescape media server range

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Kaleidescape are today updating their range of media servers by adding two players with Blu-ray capabilities, the M500 and the M300. While both have Blu-ray playback capabilities, the M500 also has the ability to import high-def movies from Blu-ray discs…

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ViewSonic launch VX2737wm monitor with 1ms response time

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ViewSonic have today announced the launch of the rather sexy VX2737wm monitor. Looking to appeal to gamers, designers and video editors, the 27 inch monitor is claimed to be the first of its size in the world to offer a…

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Intel promise smartphones with 10 day battery life by 2011

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Intel have been showing off their new Moorestown mobile processor, now renamed the Intel Atom Z-Series. Thanks to the processor's intelligent power consumption, they believe that they'll be able to offer a phone with ten days worth of battery life…

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