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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a phone that we really, really like. The combination of powerful innards, the market's best screen and a clever design ethos all combine to make a really strong contender for the handset you should be buying when you wander into your local phone emporium.
It's slick, it's fast and it wipes the floor with the competition in so many ways. The 13MP camera is one of the best we've seen on a phone for getting that picture, with rich colors and texture the way forward.
That's not to say Samsung couldn't do better with design on the S4 - there's a lot more to wish for here - but it's a much more solid version of the S3.
The Razer Hydra is the PC's answer to motion controllers, popularised by the Nintendo Wii. With the Xbox 360's Kinect and the PlayStation Move, motion controllers are certainly popular among casual games. But hardcore gamers, especially on PC - which is Razer's usual customer base - have proven more resistant to the charms of waving around your arms when playing games. Can the Razer Hyrda change all that?
Budget phones are a dime a dozen, but how about one that can be fully submergerd in water and still make a call? That's what you get with the Kyocera Torque. New to Sprint's somewhat limited 4G LTE network, it's an Ice Cream Sandwich phone swaddled in a thick layer of durable rubber. Is it what construction workers and lifeguards everywhere need, or should they just grab an Otterbox?
Looking at the TX-L55ET60, it's hard to believe it only sits in the middle of Panasonic's new TV range. Thanks to its gloriously slim metallic silver and glass frame, it looks every inch a flagship TV.
A 55-inch TV with an eye-catchingly slim metal and glass design, friendly interface, extensive multimedia/online support and decent all-round picture performance.
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