The 190XPROB is a straightforward mid-range tripod from Manfrotto, but with a neat twist.
If you’re one of the many households in the UK that can’t afford a Sky subscription, the 37LT75 may be the perfect upgrade for the impending digital age.
Gitzos are the Rolls-Royce of tripods, and the GT2330 is expensive for an aluminium one, but surprisingly light.
Topfield’s TF5800PVR was well received (we awarded it a Best Buy badge way back in Issue 298) and it is still available, so why would you opt to cash out an extra £150 or so on this new model?
If one laptop has been discussed more than any other in the past 12 months, it's the Asus Eee PC 2GS. This is due to its size and price having created a whole new entry-level market.
LG has just announced its new mobile phone, the LG Secret. It's the third model in the LG Black Label Series, following the popular LG Chocolate and LG Shine models
We’re not going to beat around the bush: this update to Griffin’s iTrip is the best in-car FM transmitter for iPods and iPhones that we know of. It blew us away with some excellent qualities.
It’s fitting that it’s a German company bringing the spirit of Faszination (YouTube it) to PC racing enthusiasts. Fanatec’s new wheel is an impressive replica of the cockpit of a modern Porsche 911.
With very little fanfare, Apple finally upgraded the last of its WiFi products still to be using 802.11g to the faster and wider-coverage standard, 802.11n.
An ingenious alternative is ‘powerline Ethernet’, which uses your existing mains wiring as the communications medium.
TechRadar has found it very hard to concentrate on anything but Mario Kart this week. For once, the pre-release hype about a game is more than well-deserved.
Right here is the latest Armani television, manufactured by Samsung, which has been unveiled at the Milan International Furniture Fair