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Are you the type that can't get to sleep without music? Or perhaps you are a heavy sleeper with problems getting up in the morning? The Memorex iWakeUp clock radio for iPod promises to help
The new Sony Walkman NWZ-X1000 keeps the Japanese company strong in the game with its new OLED screen and Wi-Fi connectivity.
The Air is the latest earphones from Creative to join their stable of high-end premium audio products. Here's our audio experience.
Coming all shiny and pretty is the Skullcandy Pipe iPod dock, whose small tubular frame hides a set of decent speakers. We find out more.
LG wants consumers to be 'emotionally attached' to their brand name. That's their current objective. To further impress their mark in the AV arena, they've readied a volley of flat-panel TVs and Blu-ray entertainment systems for you. If you proclaim yourself to be a home-theater buff, why not attach yourself here?
SonicGear is fast making a name for themselves as a fine purveyor of bang-for-buck audio devices. We check out their latest Earpump 2 earphones to see if it lives up to the hype.
Samsung delivered a salvo of audio-visual and digital imaging products recently at its annual roadshow event. As expected, their third-generation of LED HDTVs managed to steal the show the moment they were unveiled. We bring you the key highlights from the highly anticipated AV lineup refresh.
Portable digital entertainment has come a long way over the past decade. Take a good look at your portable media player and discover its evolution through the decade as we reminiscence its key developments and noteworthy implementations over the last ten years.
The Sony Rolly Portable Entertainment Player danced right into our labs and captured our hearts easily with its groovy moves and flashy lighting show.
Sony's latest business projectors were unveiled just a few hours back. And the lineup looks pretty promising, ranging from the slim VPL-MX series, to the value for money VPL-E series. Check out our initial thoughts of the Japanese manufacturer's projectors here.