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Oh Leica, what do you take us for? First, you re-branded a Panasonic LX5 and sold it as the \"D-Lux 5\" with an inflated price tag. Now, you're releasing the aging ten megapixel, 1/1.63-inch (read: small) CCD shooter yet again, but this time with an anodized titanium coating and an apparently unmen

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This dizzying array might seem like overkill, but Sony's premium \"Experience Balanced Armature\" (XBA) 'phones are carefully targeted at different price points and types of listener. You've got the entry-level XBA-1 containing a single full-range driver. Add a woofer for bigger bass and you get th

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We normally wouldn't leave our housework in the hands of an animal, but Dyson's new DC41 Animal vacuum cleaner may force us to reconsider. The company's latest Ball-based sweeper uses Dyson's proprietary (and complicated-sounding) Radial Root Cyclone technology to maximize its 235 air watts of

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We see countless laptops come and go through the seasons, but a rare few have built up something of a following. Make no mistake: the Sony VAIO Z, a skinny ultraportable brimming with cutting-edge technology and powerful innards, is that kind of gem. So when it disappeared from Sony's online store

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You wouldn't think something classifiable as \"wearable storage\" would look so darn dapper, but here we are, staring at just about the finest cufflinks we ever did see. Not only are these handmade shirt cuffs beautiful in the most steampunk of ways, they're also pretty useful as each features an 8GB

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