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This week on gdgt: UE Boom, VAIO Duo 13, and Internet privacy tips

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07.12.13
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Each week, our friends at gdgt go through the latest gadgets and score them to help you decide which ones to buy. Here are some of their most recent picks. Want more? Visit gdgt anytime to catch up on the latest, and subscribe to gdgt's newsletter to get a weekly roundup in your inbox.

This week on gdgt UE Boom, VAIO Duo 13, and Canon's new ad campaign

Logitech UE Boom

Compact size, stylish form factor, and solid sound performance help make Logitech's UE Boom a good choice for a portable speaker. The price is a little higher than our current must-have portable speaker, the Jawbone JAMBOX, but the size and sound experience help justify the cost.
Buy from $199
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This week on gdgt UE Boom, VAIO Duo 13, and Canon's new ad campaign

Protect your Internet privacy with a VPN

Concerned about how much access your ISP or government agencies might have to your browsing data? In this week's featured gdgt Central post, we share some basic tips on how to keep that info to yourself using a Virtual Private Network.
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This week on gdgt UE Boom, VAIO Duo 13, and Canon's new ad campaign

Sony VAIO Duo 13

Sony's first attempt at a Windows 8 slider was a swing and a miss due to design issues, but the company came back in high form with the Duo 13, resulting in a much better experience. The design and price won't appeal to all, but for those looking for an all-day tablet slider, check out the Duo 13.
Buy from $1899
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This week on gdgt UE Boom, VAIO Duo 13, and Canon's new ad campaign

Should I get a sound bar or a surround system?

In this week's featured discussion, baileylo asks whether a soundbar or a full-fledged surround system is the right option for his home entertainment system.
What do you think?

This week on gdgt UE Boom, VAIO Duo 13, and Canon's new ad campaign

Sony Alpha NEX-3N

Speaking of cameras, Sony's relatively new mirrorless camera has been well received by critics. While it's not the best out there, the price makes it a solid choice for an entry-level camera, capable of capturing high-quality photos.
Buy from $448
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