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Jim Martin

Jim Martin is an editor at IDG UK and holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Kent. Known for his product reviews and testing, Jim’s portfolio includes Tech Advisor and Computer Shopper.

Recent articles by Jim Martin

Belkin Share Powerline AV 3 Port
Belkin Share Powerline AV 3 Port review
Powerline networking

Decent performance, but there's nothing new here. Devolo's similar kit may not be quite as fast but it also includes Wi-Fi for the same price

£88 inc VAT
One For All SV 9390 Full HD Indoor Antenna review

Disappointing performance in our tests, but if it works for you, it could be a good buy

£44 inc VAT
GoPro HD Helmet Hero
GoPro HD Helmet Hero review
Video cameras

Stunning image quality, albeit with average audio, makes this the best action camera we've seen

£300 inc VAT
Icecrypt T2400 HD PVR
Icecrypt T2400 HD PVR review

This Freeview HD recorded has a large hard disk, but lacks internet services, and doesn't support media streaming

£300 inc VAT
Teufel MediaStation 6
Teufel MediaStation 6 review
Media streamers

The Teufel MediaStation 6 may be packed with features and have great format support, but the sheer number of flaws and limitations mean it’s one to avoid

£269 inc VAT
Contour GPS
Contour GPS review
Video cameras

As long as you don't expect quality to rival footage on BBC HD, the Contour GPS is a decent hands-free action camera

£245 inc VAT
Joby gorillamobile Yogi for iPad 2
Best cases for iPad 2 - Updated

We take a look at a range of different cases for Apple's new iPad 2

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Kogan offers free HDMI cables to end cable con

Anyone buying a TV from Currys or John Lewis can claim a free HDMI cable from Kogan

Smart View on S2
Samsung Smart View turns Galaxy S2 and Tab into TV

With a 7000- or 8000- series Samsung TV, you can use your Galaxy S2 or Tab to watch live TV

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Ebay hikes seller fees for technology items

Auction site fleeces users yet again, under the guise of simplifying fees