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Video reviews round-up: New videos, please!

Like fresh new Wimbledon champ Rafael Nadal, we're winning on all surfaces with this week's video reviews round-up. New videos, please!

Like fresh new Wimbledon champ Rafael Nadal, we're winning on all surfaces with this week's video reviews round-up. New videos, please!

First up, from mini laptops to Media Centers, we've got enough PC video reviews to cover Henman Hill. The netbooks are still turning heads and we take a look at both the Eee PC 901 video review and the Acer Aspire One video review. If you're after something a little less, er, little, Dell's new Studio range combines good features and a low price tag -- check out the Dell Studio 15 video review. For home cinema fans, the Asus Nova Lite Mini 2L video review provides a low-cost and attractive Media Center PC option.

We're also capturing the action with the Flip Video Ultra video review and the Fujifilm FinePix F100fd video review. Tiny, simple and light, the Ultra is the perfect camcorder for capturing those potentially viral video moments for YouTube. The F100fd is at the top end of its range and features face detection and a great lens for fresh colours.

From monogrammed cardigans to tuxedo training tops, style is almost as important as winning the match -- and LG isn't afraid to take risks, as you'll see in the LG 32LG6000 video review. This 'Scarlet' LCD TV is a fashionista's dream with bold colouring and a natty silver hole in the bottom half of the bezel. Unphased by years of technology style changes are the Koss PortaPro headphones, keeping the same look for 23 years. Do they make you look like a style icon or an idiot? You be the judge.

If you're still after one more set of fantastic videos, don't forget to check out Crave. We're cheating Wii Fit in our Wii Fat video, driving the ultimate iPod -- the Fiat 500 -- in Car Tech and going around the world for another episode of Planet CNET.

We hope you enjoy chowing down on this fine video silverware. -Shannon Doubleday