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  1. Sony RDR-X50iP

    Sony RDR-X50iP

    Reviewed on 15th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £150

    This mains powered Sony dock certainly does a lot right, but some may find the bass too overpowering

  2. iLuv iMM747

    iLuv iMM747

    Reviewed on 15th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £100

    Designed for the iPad, this dock is not without its flaws, including a lack of weight and punch

  3. iHome iP3

    iHome iP3

    Reviewed on 15th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £150

    It might have a good array of features, but we couldn't find much to like about this substandard-feeling dock

  4. Eton Soulra

    Eton Soulra

    Reviewed on 15th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £149

    Eton's Soulra is a dock that's ideal for those outdoor excursions - it comes with solar charging facilities - but the sound's not up to much

  5. Magicbox Parabola

    Magicbox Parabola

    Reviewed on 14th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £40

    The Magicbox Parabola offers something different in terms of design

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  7. Tangent Trio DAB

    Tangent Trio DAB

    Reviewed on 14th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £90

    The future-proof Tangent Trio offers FM DAB/DAB+ and DMB

  8. Roberts Revival Cath Kidston

    Roberts Revival Cath Kidston

    Reviewed on 14th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £200

    Cath Kidston's flower-power version of Roberts' retro Revival radio

  9. Pure Digital Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely

    Pure Digital Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely

    Reviewed on 14th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £150

    Aimed predominantly at women, the Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely is an easy listen with talk radio

  10. Sony KDL-32EX713

    Sony KDL-32EX713

    Reviewed on 13th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £800

    We are impressed by the sharpness, and superb colour balance that the Sony KDL-32EX713 displays

  11. Sharp LC-32LE210

    Sharp LC-32LE210

    Reviewed on 13th January 2011
    Price when reviewed £500

    Time-shift and the ability to record direct onto a USB stick are the highlight of the Sharp LC32LE210 TV

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