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It's been almost a month since KEF announced its first headphone series, and yesterday we finally got the chance to try out its M500 cans and M200 in-ears at the company's Hong Kong launch event. In fact, it's worth noting that while KEF originated from the UK 52 years ago, it's been part of Hong...

May 16th 2013 at 2:35pm 0 Comments
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Toshiba's new LED-based pico projectors won't shake the world with VGA resolutions, 14 lumens and just 80 minutes of battery life, but we have to admit the Lumileo P100 and Lumileo M200's focusing dial and keypad do look a spot more stylish than some of the cubes and rectangles we've tried. And whi...

September 2nd 2010 at 9:30pm 0 Comments
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Yes, the world needs another high-definition media streamer like it needs a shot in the foot, but never let it be said we passed up the chance to try a promising product simply because the competition was good. We're talking about the Uebo M200 --a never-before-seen box from storage company UIT --...

July 20th 2010 at 10:00am 0 Comments
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Toshiba recently updated the M200, a 14.1-inch widescreen notebook aimed at sweet spot between the gaming behemoths and the sub-notebook styles of laptop. Kicking out the old Core Duo, the new M200 features a 14.1-inch 1280x800 widescreen display, a 1.8GHz Core 2 Duo, an X1300 Radeon graphic card,...

August 18th 2007 at 8:35pm 0 Comments
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Well hello there Mr. HTC Bluetooth headset, how nice to meet you. Courtesy of the FCC, the (surprisingly glamorously photographed) 15-gram BH M200 slug is unveiled as a followup to their M100 headset and brings along a Bluetooth 2.0 radio with up to 8 hours typical talk time or 360 hours of standby...

June 30th 2007 at 9:37am 0 Comments
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Well hello there Mr. HTC Bluetooth headset, how nice to meet you. Courtesy of the FCC, the (surprisingly glamorously photographed) 15-gram BH M200 slug is unveiled as a followup to their M100 headset and brings along a Bluetooth 2.0 radio with up to 8 hours typical talk time or 360 hours of standby...

June 30th 2007 at 9:37am 0 Comments