Gadgets & Stuff; GARETH MORGAN picks the best of the new high-tech products.
Memory stick-up O2 Joggler www.o2.co.uk pounds 150 POST-IT notes on the fridge will be a thing of the past thanks to the Joggler. Its 7in touchscreen gathers website feeds, notes down appointments and plays music, videos and radio.
The Cool-er www.firebox.com pounds 199.95
MAKE reading ultra-hip with this stylish bit of kit. The Cool-er can hold 800 novels in its 1GB memory (downloaded from your computer). Books can be read in eight languages and the battery lasts 8,000 page turns.
It's a video tasty
USB videotape conversion player www.red5.co.uk pounds 179.95
THIS handy machine lets you turn your old VHS tapes into easyto-use digital files. Just plug the USB lead into a computer and record away! Then watch the films back on iPod, PSP or mobile.
Soak up the sun
Freeloader solar charger www.iwantoneofthose.com
THIS clever contraption uses the sun's rays to charge its internal battery. It can then power an iPod for 18 hours and a mobile for 44hours. Comes with a range of adapters to fit all devices.
pounds 29.99 Book's a looker
Dell Adamo www.dell.co.uk pounds 1,649
ADAMO is Latin for "to fall in love with" and that's bound to apply to anyone buying Dell's latest notebook. Its slim looks, 13.4in screen and 4GB of memory are set to give the Apple Macbook Air a real run for its money.