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Everything - from the design to the fee of the Olympus OM-D EM-5 - was not expected. The performance of the camera had us in awe.

Microsoft has unveiled the customer preview of the new Microsoft Office with support for touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard across new Windows devices.
Nokia has launched the Lumia 610 to take on the onslaught from affordable Android smartphones.
Motorola's RAZR MAXX has entered the Indian market with Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS which will receive an over-the-air upgrade to Android v4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich).
If you are looking for a smallish LED TV for your home, office or shop, AOC seems like a decent option.
The remote is the one thing that makes EvoTV really innovative and unique. Now, who needs a smart TV?
At first sight the Toshiba Satellite U840 looks a bit on the heavier side. But then this is an Ultrabook for the masses.
Is not quite the competitor to the Portronics Scanny.
The 18 MP camera from Canon is the first to have a vari-angle capacitive touchscreen which can be used to focus as well as click pictures.
Designed for consumers who want to do more with their smartphones, the SmartWatch launched by Sony Mobile syncs with Android phones over Bluetooth.
The Slingbox needs a fast broadband connection - above 1.5 Mbps for HD - to work like it should.
The SX260 is a good camera for beginners and those who want more features than what their camera phone gives them.
Look no further if you need a premium mirrorless camera.