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Video reviews round-up: Something for your sweet tooth

There's always room for dessert here at Crave. Give your sweet tooth more to gorge on with these delectable video reviews

Everyone should be back from their Easter holidays -- except perhaps those hard-working, thrifty MPs -- so it must be time to start eating vegetables again instead of chocolate bunnies. You won't find anything for your healthy side here, though: we've got some sweet video reviews for you to gorge on.

The first temptation is in the shape of a candy bar, but you won't want to chomp down on the Sony Ericsson W890i video review. This latest addition to the Walkman phone family is its best yet. Its design is thin but tough -- check the video for proof -- and we think its music capabilities are good enough to replace your standalone MP3 player.

We know how hard it is to stop eating chocolate eggs, but it's almost as difficult to resist an IXUS -- almost. The Canon Digital IXUS 90 IS video review reveals this compact's sleek, retro styling, although it can't hold a candle to reviewer Rich Trenholm's wardrobe choice. If you're not so bothered about fashion, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS5 video review might suit you better, as we loved the camera's flexible features and fantastic image stabilisation system.

Rounding out the week's tasty treats is the Klipsch iGroove SXT video review with its palette-cleansing, tongue-friendly name -- go on, say it aloud. Similar in performance to the Tannoy i30 we saw earlier this month, the Klipsch partners well with the iPod, filling small rooms with warm tones.

Who needs vitamins and minerals? We hope you'll enjoy these delicious videos, at least until the tooth decay sets in. -Shannon Doubleday