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    Wacom updates its collection of high-end mobile creative pen computers with the Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16.

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    For those looking for a smaller creative tablet with better ergonomics and a reasonable price, Wacom may have the answer.

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    Samsung has annoucned 2 new Solid State Drives offering the highest performance in the range.

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    Apple have launched a new iMac that has a stunning display and faster performance.

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    Apple have launched a new 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display.

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    Apple have today announced the launch of the third generation of iPad, with the price of the iPad 2 reduced.

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    New light-weight tablet for every day, anywhere use with Capacitive multi touch screen and latest Android 2.3.

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    Sleek and ultra-fast PCtablet delivers access to internet-based media on a touch screen handheld device.

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    Apple unveil 21.5in and 27in display iMac.

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    Corsair launch new 800MHz 4Gb Mac Memory kit for the latest Mac Pro desktop system.

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    NewerTech announce new Guardian MAXimus eMAX storage drive offering up to 50% reductions in power usage.

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    Apple preview Mac OS X Snow Leopard to developers, building on the success of OS X Leopard.

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