The Sony XAV-W1 is a stylish new entrant into the aftermarket in-car audiovisual market. Its SACD-playback ability will interest serious audiophiles, while its stunning display and intuitive media-selection interface will attract anyone looking for a user-friendly in-car media player.
With its multiple A/V connections and DVD/CD player, the Sony XAV-A1 is a very capable head unit. It's an attractive choice, if you can afford it.
Huawei's first Windows Phone 8 device looks striking like Nokia and HTC's designs.
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A 2.5-inch LCD, decent image quality, and both automated and selected manual controls make the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W5 a competent camera for the casual photographer.
If you want to get the best data throughput speeds out of your home electrical wiring and don't mind the oversize design, the Netgear Powerline AV+ 500 Adapter XAV5501 would make an excellent buy.
The Netgear XAV2001 makes it easy to extend your network to places the wireless signal can't get to within your house. Make sure you have more than one receptacle at the far end of the power-line connection.
The Sony VAIO VGF-WA1 is a stylish tabletop radio that can stream digital music from your PC, but a few key feature upgrades would have made us like it even more.
The LG N1T1 is an excellent device for those who need a flexible external storage device without demanding much in regard to storage capacity.
The Keyspan A/V Dock for iPod does its job well, and the included remote works excellently, but we're not pleased that a compatible video cable is not included.
It may not be portable like the PAL, but Tivoli's original table radio delivers a full, rich sound.