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Panasonic GH3, Canon Powershot G15, HP Envy Spectre One, Nintendo Wii U - reviews roundup

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20 Dec 2012
Panasonic GH3

Panasonic GH3, Canon Powershot G15, HP Envy Spectre One, Nintendo Wii U - the top picks from this week's reviews

Panasonic GH3, Canon Powershot G15, HP Envy Spectre One - reviews roundup - plus read our verdicts on the: Nintendo Wii U, Medion Akoya E4057 D and the Orbotix Sphero. Our weekly review roundup this week contains the most exciting new kit you can buy, fully-tested in our lab.

If video is as important to you as still photos then you need to read our Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 review. Panasonic's latest is a weather-sealed, great-handling, HD video shooting beast - oh, and it takes pretty good photos too.

The sheer variety and innovation of what's on offer has meant our Nintendo Wii U review took longer than expected. It's very hard to predict a console's success at launch, but with its latest design Nintendo has hit the ground running. It's the most family-friendly console ever and probably the most unusual too.

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Canon's G-series Powershot cameras have a dedicated following, and for good reason. The latest model takes immaculate photos and has superb controls, for more details read our Canon PowerShot G15 review.

If you want a powerful but reasonably priced new PC then check out our Medion Akoya E4057 D review. The E4057 D has a quad-core processor with capable integrated grpahics, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard disk for just £349. You can pick one up now from Asda with your last-minute Christmas shopping.

In terms of looks and design, it's hard work keeping up with Apple. Our HP Envy Spectre One review looks at the latest all-in-one PC to try. It certainly looks the part, but can it deliver on its promises.

Finally, entertain yourself and your family with this Bluetooth controlled rolling robot, the Orbotix Sphero is controlled via your smartphone or tablet and does a lot more than you might think.

Seth Barton

Online Editor, Expert Reviews

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