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IN PICS: Most wanted gadgets

IN PICS: Most wanted gadgets
SONY ERICSSON F305: The F305 detects motion. So, say you are playing the bowling game you'll swing this phone as you would a bowling ball. Sounds a bit silly but the phone also has a nice directional pad and beefy speakers on the back so it's great for mobile games.
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MOTOROLA U9: This is definitely one for the ladies as it comes in only pink and purple although has some nice features guys would like too. Such as the display on the front which fades seamlessly into the shell.
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IPHONE 3G: The version now supports the faster 3G data standard, has better battery life, new software and it's thinner too.
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VOODOO OMEN: Meet the new flagship PC from Voodoo. Inside is a custom-built gaming machine with plenty of raw power. The screen is a 100 percent working LCD monitor.
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CREATIVE AURVANA X-FI: Creative know how to do sound and this headphones uses the company's new crystalizer and X-Fi technologies to improve the quality of the sound and cancel out noise from the outside.
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MONSTER BEATS BY DR DRE: The legendary hip-hop star has lent his name to these so they must be good. Monster claims no other listening experience comes close. It's for you to judge.
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HP MEDIASMART CONNECT: HP fires its salvo in the war to bring photos, movies and music files to your television. It comes with its own remote and even has its own software if the Microsoft equivalent doesn't tickle your fancy.
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MOTOROLA EQ7 BLUETOOTH HI-FI SPEAKER: this speaker - the size of a dinner plate - produces some seriously good sound and will connect to any music device via Bluetooth. Perfect for picnics or to liven up the boardroom.
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MONSTER ICARPLAY 250: Devices that tune your iPod's music to a car stereo are not new but iCarPlay supports both iPod and iPhone and scans thoroughly for a clear FM signal, stores frequencies and will even charge any other devices that can plug into the USB adaptor.
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BMW GINA: Built on a Z8 chassis, this concept car claims to have a totally new design philosophy as the shell is made out of polyurethane-coated lycra - in other words it's fabric! Don't expect it to appear in a car showroom any time soon.