Filling up your Xbox 360 or PS3 hard drive already? You could replace it with a bigger version, but if you don't fancy the extra cost/hassle Iomega has another option: its new Media Xporter offers an extra 160GB of storage for movies, photos and music. The drive is compact and doesn't require any external power, getting all the juice it needs from USB 2.0, so you can easily take it round a mate's house too. Of course, being an external FAT32 hard drive it'll also work with PCs and Macs - it's just the size and lack of a power supply that make it super-suitable for consoles.
Out now | £73Iomega (via Pocket-lint)
Bluetooth headsets aren't usually built for toughness, but the Bluetrek X3 is an exception: here is a headset for the extreme sportsperson who like to chat while ascending a sheer rock face in a sandstorm, or whilst barrelling solo down a series of white water rapids. It's weatherproof, basically, so it's able to shrug off water, snow and dirt plus stay in working fashion after being dropped. Not really essential if you're using it in the car or whilst strolling down Brick Lane, perhaps, but if you're in the market for a harder headset keep an eye out for it this summer.
Out June | £29.99Bluetrek
We don't normally pay too much attention to the millions of iPod cases out there, but when they can give your Touch a huge fix of extra battery power on the go, we sit up and take notice, meerkat style. And that's just what the radJacket CHARGE (nice name) does: because it has its own lithium ion battery built-in, it can top up the iPod Touch's power. The makers claim a three-hour charge'll give your Touch the juice for an extra 46 hours of music, 12 hours of video or 10 hours of web browsing - yowzers! Unfortunately it's currently only available in Japan, with no UK date on the cards yet.
Out TBC | £TBCRadius (via Pocket-lint)
We only found out the Asus Eee PC 900's release date and price yesterday (1st May, £329 if you were wondering) and now it seems there's yet another new model closing in on the UK: an as yet unnamed laptop that will boast the all-new Intel Atom processor. Asus told TechRadar that the new model looks likely arrive here at the end of June, and that its new processor will deliver "a significant power saving", giving the user as much as 1.5 hours more life than the 900 - which adds up to a total of five hours. More info on the new Eee PC when we get it...
Out June | £TBCAsus (via TechRadar)
LG’s sleek widescreen monitors have been grabbing attention (and market share) with their elegant looks, but the latest 22-inch set goes even further with a sleek silver finish and a powerful onboard processor called F-Engine. No, the new chip isn’t being supplied by Ferrari, but it’s just as impressive when your watching movies, as it optimizes the 1680 x 1050 screen for fast-moving video. And with an 8,000:1 contrast ratio and fast 5ms response time, it’s perfect for gaming too. Spot of Outrun anyone?Out now | £170LG
Parrot’s PARTY Black Edition speakers are the first ever to incorporate Nokia’s wireless NFC (near field communication) technology. This means that by simply touching the PARTY speakers with Nokia’s 6212 Classic – that’s the first NFC phone – you can live stream the music on your mobile. Unlike the usual Bluetooth system, it’s totally secure and there’s no messing about with menus or settings.