Razer unleashes Copperhead Gaming Mouse

Gaming peripherals have seen an explosion in popularity in recent times and part of that is due to Razer's excellent Diamondback that set the standards now demanded by dangerously elite players. The Copperhead is Razer's latest offering which, although sporting…

Solar Powered PSP Charger

If you a gentle peace loving sort who doesn't want the emotional trauma of knowing that your PSP could be an unnecessary drain on the earth's resources then the solution is at hand. This Solar Charger has an inbuilt 1800mAh…

Triallists wanted for 24 meg broadband service

Got a fast broadband connection? Does it race along at all of 1.5 megs? Well how do you fancy web speeds that really threaten speed records? In what it likely to bring about a virtual stampede new UK broadband provider…

Creative gets one over Apple

Creative has never had much success in its attempts to dislodge Apple's top spot in the MP3 player market in spite of an extensive line-up and decent quality products. However, a recent patent award has put a smile back on…

Nikon's D200 high-end digital SLR

A top-end snapper from Nikon is always big news round here, so we're very excited about the impending arrival of the 12.4 mega pixel digital SLR, the D200. The successor to the awesome D100 will apparently include a 2.5inch…

Roberts Radio unveil Gemini 27

Just because the demise of traditional radio stations draws ever closer doesn't mean you can't remember the glory days of the Wireless. Roberts Radios are defined by cool retro styling plus a focus on simplicity and now it has…

Today's top tech stories from the US

Once again, our daily roundup of the big and beautiful world of Tech news, straight from the US.Sony VAIO's new RC-powered Media machine (engadget): A very handsome looking new media centre to dream about having in your living room. MobiBlu…

PSPs gone by the 2nd?

Lucky us, it looks like we get to have a replay of what happened when Sony released the PS2 in the UK all those years ago. Apparently there are 150,000 units bound for the UK with the majority having already…

New Zealand goes VoIP. No, really.

In perhaps its strongest endorsement to date, it looks like New Zealand is embracing VoIP in a pretty big way. New Zealand Telecom has announced a seven year project, investing about 200 million US dollars, to switch every telephone line…

Samsung trials new 2GB MMC cards

Samsung has just announced that it's currently trialling its new MMC plus memory cards on consumers. These 1GB and 2GB cards are a little faster then their smaller brethren, allowing data transfer of up 52 Megabytes a second. That's apparently…