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It's not that we don't see the appeal of using a supplementary keyboard and display with our smartphones, rather, we simply felt that the Foleo was way overpriced for the relatively limited functionality it provided. Well now a new company called Celio seems to be heading down the same risky path a

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It's not that we don't see the appeal of using a supplementary keyboard and display with our smartphones, rather, we simply felt that the Foleo was way overpriced for the relatively limited functionality it provided. Well now a new company called Celio seems to be heading down the same risky path a

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It's not the totally new hotness or anything, but what the TAVI 030 lacks in looks -- which aren't all that bad to begin with -- it sure makes up in feature set. The player features WiFi-based IPTV playback (in the black version, the white edition keeps it a bit more traditional), codec support apl

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Philips has unveiled a whole mess of new products to whet our appetites for CES, ranging from TVs to home entertainment setups; the Dutch giant even threw in some Skype handsets for good measure. First up is the 42PFL98332D (pictured), Philips' 42-inch FlatTV, which brings Ambilight Full Surround,

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The WiFi radio market is an increasingly crowded one, but there's always room for one more if the specs are right, and Com One seems to have a decent offering in this new Phoenix IP Radio. Of course, the basic thrust of the device is PC-free internet radio, and the Phoenix delivers that just fine

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Last time we spotted Interlink, it was busy shoving a Bluetooth Media Remote into our ExpressCard slot, and while its new ONYX remote doesn't quite have the stashability of its sibling, there's plenty to love here for the Stevenote-wannabe PowerPoint junkies out there. The RemotePoint ONYX presen

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Linksys has a new one in the oven, the WRT600N. The \"DualBand\" 802.11n router covers 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies simultaneously to fight interference, and claims 802.11g pwnage of the 12x variety. The router also sports the usual 4 port Ethernet hub, along with a fancy USB port that allows you to

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