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Byline: MARK PRIGG

MACBOOK PRO

Apple's new Macbook Pro boasts a huge 17- inch screen and a blazingly fast processor.

It's a superb machine, and surprisingly weighs only 2.99kg. Battery life is around eight hours, and it is fast enough to play even the most intensive games.

From [pounds sterling]1,949 www.apple.

SONY ERICSSON C510 CAMERAPHONE

This is Sony's latest attempt to persuade you to leave your camera at home. It's got a large, easy to read display, and a 3.2 megapixel camera with some nice features such as smile detection meaning you will (in theory at least) never take a picture of your friends looking less than happy.

From free on contract www.sonyericsson.com

LOCOROCO 2

Sony's PSP portable games console, is an absolute joy to play. It's fast, slick and has a real sense of fun and originality few other games can match. You use the PSPs button to "tilt" the on-screen action, rolling your character around to complete a series of tasks. It's hugely addictive and a great little game.

[pounds sterling] 30 uk.playstation.com/ psp/

SENNHEISER HD800

These headphones are hand-built, using the very latest in aerospace technology and dozens of components manufactured just for these headphones. …

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