Alienware DHS2 and Evesham Mini reviewed

Typical; you wait ages for a Windows Media Center PC, then two come along at once. But these two couldn't have been more different and was a real case of beauty and the beast. The Evesham Mini shone through…

Creative X-Fi Elite Pro review

Top new website Gadget Centre has been playing with the Creative X-Fi Elite Pro, a device designed to soup up your PC's performance to make the most of its multimedia, and especially music, facilities. Sounds pretty good too. Review…

Review: Logic 3 i-Station

£49.99 The lowdownIf you want to listen to your iPod out loud and proud, the i-Station will turn your player into a mini hi-fi system. Plug it into the wall and it will also charge your iPod up as it…

Sharp Mebius Muramasa CV50

$1750 The lowdown Forget the Sony X505, forget the JVC Mininote, this is the smallest laptop out there. So much so, that it's probably more accurate to call it a sub-notebook. Those that remember the old Psion Series 7 will…

Review: BlackBerry 7100v

£from free The lowdown The original BlackBerry had a pager-style design befitting its role as a corporate email tool. With an eye on consumers, Vodafone is offering the BlackBerry 7100v, which keeps the push email system but looks and feels…

iRiver H340 review

The Guardian has one of the first reviews of iRiver's H340 40GB – an innovative digital music player that has a colour screen and, uniquely, can also connect via USB to devices like digital cameras. Read it here…

HomeChoice review

So you don't fancy cable and you don't want to swell Mr Murdoch's coffers. Well how about TV and video on demand via an ADSL broadband line? HomeChoice, which was originally launched in 2000, is back with a revamped service…

The Bug DAB radio reviewed

With the recent onslaught of somewhat tired, retro radios it is about time someone injected a bit of imagination into the digital market, and designer, Wayne Hemmingway would seem to be the perfect choice. The resulting £150 Bug, however, is…

Sony 'iPod' review

For details on Sony's NW-HD1 iPod killer click here So is Sony's new Vaio Pocket Series VGF-AP1 hard disk music player going to prove too hot for the iPod? According to The Guardian, probably not. In a preview of…

Sharp TM100 review

Over at The Guardian there's the first review of the T-Mobile's Sharp TM-100 slider camera phone. While the handset shares its 240×320 pixels and 256K colours screen with the wonderful Sharp GX30 available from Vodafone it lacks that model's Bluetooth,…