We spent a thoroughly stimulating day at the press opening of the Royal College of Art yesterday for their end of year show. What was shown tickled the brain but many of the conversations explored ideas beyond those addressed by what was on offer. We’ll be concentrating on just the RCA interviews next week, so [...]
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A quick, pre-review hands-on with Ricoh’s high-def snapper.
The ideas behind Poken are interesting, but does it fulfil?
Steve takes a look at Shure’s latest incarnation of in-ear phones made for the iPod generation. Ed As in-ear phones you’ll either think the Shure SE310 In-Ear Phones are the best thing since sliced bread or hate the very essence of them They come with a variety of flanges to suit different sized ear canals. [...]
Is this the ‘greatest text/html editor’ in the world?
Will this stylish landline answerphone ring our bells?
Part one of the Lumix LX3 review gave you the tech specs, part two got into the meat, this final part wraps it up with more detail, provides the summary and scores. Flash Activated via a small switch on the top plate and standing taller than some of its rivals, the LX3′s small built-in flash [...]
Part one of the Lumix LX3 review gave you the tech specs, part two gets into the meat. Look and feel We spent an age weighing up the pros and cons of various high end compacts, finally identifying the LX3′s biggest rival as the hugely capable Canon G10. In the end, the size advantage of [...]
Could this great looking sharpshooter be the perfect compact camera?