The VX2336s-LED 23.6in IPS monitor offers outstanding value for money and will be snapped up by anyone who wants decent image quality on a budget. It’s not a multimedia monitor, but if you want to edit photos or video it’s a fine choice.
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CyberLink PhotoDirector 4 Ultra
This new image editing software is designed to transform your photos, and includes advanced adjustment tools such as HDR effect, colour correction, face recognition, content aware removal, and even a people beautifier and body shaper.
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Edifier Spinnaker e30
This speaker system is well worth considering if you can get your head beyond the unusual design. The speakers performed well in our tests, with a range of music and compatible devices, even handling the less than audiophile limitations set by Bluetooth well. It’s odd-looking, but will produce solid sound for those with a bigger budget.
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Fusion 5 brings near native performance to Windows apps running on your Mac. For beginners, VMware has included a series of video tutorials that cover options such as installing Windows and running Windows programs directly on the Mac desktop.
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Wacom Intuos5 Touch
Wacom’s graphics tablet has a touch and pen interface, with ExpressKeys and a Touch Ring down the left-hand side for further functionality. The tablet supports gestures, so you can treat it a bit like a giant Magic Trackpad. A Wireless Accessory Kit is available for an extra £35.
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Adelaide MacBook bag
The Adelaide MacBook bag is a comfy way to carry around all your gadgets, including a 13in MacBook Pro, iPad and iPhone, as well as other daily necessities. It has several compartments to help stay organised, as well as a removable wallet and shoulder strap.
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The iPod touch has had a bright update, with new colours added. The device also has a new 4in Retina display, Siri, and is incredibly thin and light. A 5-megapixel iSight camera has been added to the back of the touch, too.
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Canon EOS M
Canon’s new EOS M is an 18-megapixel interchangeable lens compact system camera. Small enough to carry around in your bag but full of features that aim to rival DSLRs, it has 1080p HD video capabilities, a touchscreen display and Scene Intelligent Auto features. It’s also available in four colours.