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Gadgets: next-gen consoles

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The new generation of consoles is here, with the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. You’ll be playing FIFA on one of these for the next decade, so pay attention

Xbox One

Bigger and bulkier than its rival, the Xbox One (pictured top) wants to become the hub of your living room – like its predecessor, it’s well set-up to access streaming television services as well as gaming, and it can control your TV.

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This week, some very smart boxes indeed – a high-end TV, a personal cloud, and one that will help you win at Call of Duty…

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(Lap)top tablets… a host of hybrids have been launched to coincide with Windows 8, which has been optimised for tablets. Best of both worlds?

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Sport selects several special streaming systems, so song selection's super simple
  1. View Quest Retro Radio
    To be honest, in 2012, the very concept of a radio is kind of retro. So, if you’re going to release one, it makes sense to give it a vintage bent. Still, it’s a far cry from gathering round the old wireless – there’s a DAB tuner with thousands of stations, plus Wi-fi for internet radio and an iPod dock if you’d rather listen to your own stuff.
    £150 viewquest.co.uk
  2. Philips FWP3200D DJ-Dock

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A wireless music player and some stuff perfect for that douche from Eiffel 65

1. Pure Sensia 200D Connect
Wirelessly streaming music from your smartphone is a bit old hat now – everyone’s doing it. Cleverly, Pure’s latest device does so much more, including internet radio over Wi-Fi and a touchscreen for easy navigation. The screen also lets you access weather reports and browse photos. Handy.
£250 pure.com

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Olympic gadgets… are we allowed to say that? Here’s our pick of top tech to take to that summer event Sport is in no way affiliated with

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Bring the power of the internet to your living room and share it with the family, with this week’s top gadget. Probably best to clear your browser history first

1. Sony NSZ-GS7 internet player with Google TV
Regular readers, or anyone who’s bought a TV in the past 18 months, will know that internet-equipped TVs are nothing new.

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Top kit if you plan on getting off this miserable island this summer. Some of it's waterproof, so will even work here too
  1. BenQ LM100 Camera
    It can go up to five metres under water for up to two hours. All good, but can you even hold your breath that long?
    £149 benq.co.uk
  2. Kindle Touch
    Perfect for prostrate poolside perusing, so long as you don’t drop it into the water in shock when Dumbledore dies. What? Oh…

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You'll find this iPad page is sleeker, lighter, and more powerful - just like the new MacBook Pro

MacBook Pro with Retina display

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LG 55EM960V 55” OLED TV

Like your cassette Walkman, your VCR and your Palm Pilot, your flatscreen TV is now painfully out of date. Sorry about that.

Don’t fret, though – the future looks pretty damn good. The latest in image projection is OLED, which stands for organic light-emitting diode. It’s tech that’s been used in phones and tablets for a while, but this is the first TV to make the leap.

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