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  1.  Oh my days!


    I haven't seen this game in years! My brother and I used to absolutely love this game when we were kids. Ours was a hand-me-down from a cousin and I'm sure some of the bits were missing... Still used to play it all the time! Tempted to buy this for myself for Xmas!

  2.  It's finally arrived!


    It seems like I've been waiting for this phone for so long! I have tried 3 other phones in the last few months and sent them all back. At last I have my hands on the Satio and 48hrs later I'm still loving it!

    Despite concerns expressed regarding the resistant touch screen [rather than capacitive] I find it extremely easy to use. My last phone had big buttons so I was concerned I wouldn't be able to text very well on a touchscreen. No such problems! The provided stylus isn't necessary unless you use handwriting recognition.

    The camera is obviously the main selling point of the Satio and it does not disappoint. It has all the settings you would expect on a compact digital camera. It's also worth noting that the video playback quality is pretty amazing.

    Despite some of the images of the phone floating around on the Internet making the handset look bulky and awkward, it's absolutely fine. I wouldn't call it a "snug" fit in the palm but everything is within easy reach of the thumb. It is also surprisingly lightweight.

    There are so many features that it's going to take me a week or so to get round them all and test each one out. Overall though, I am extremely happy with my new Satio :)

  3.  Thumbs up!


    This is a great little laptop mouse, I don't know why everyone's complaining? It's cheap and cheerful, the changing colours put me in a good mood and the retractable cable is really handy! It also has a 2 year manufacturer warranty...If it breaks, send it back!

    Four stars!

  4.  Excellent


    Really impressed with this little gadget. Got it in the post on Friday and haven't stopped playing with it all weekend!

    You get it out of the box...There's nothing to set up. Everything's good to go! The battery is partially charged and there are no lengthy instruction manuals - Wahey! Even the packaging is compact and very swish.

    The Mino is about the size of a mobile phone, so you can take it with you wherever you go.

    Aside from the picture quality, which is loads better than my phone, I was really impressed with the sound quality. Video cameras often distort the sound and make it annoying to listen to but this is really clear! Very quick and easy playback on my laptop too.

    I'm so impressed with this little slice of joy, very glad I bought it!

    The only thing that could be improved on is if it had a light for filming in the dark but really this isn't much of a problem for me :)

  5.  "Play Me!"


    Definately the most charming, addictive, bouncy, happy game I've seen. It just screams, "play me!"
    Hard to stop playing once you start.
    Cannot wait for Loco Roco 2!

  6.  Top Gift Idea


    Who doesn't like hammocks?!

    Initially I bought one of these for myself ... then I had to order another one for my friend's birthday ... then my Mum asked me to order 4 more for Christmas presents!

    Cheap, strong, comfy, easy to set up and more importantly, really easy to get back in the bag it came out of!

  7.  Smart


    Got mine in the post yesterday and I love it.

    It's a smart little thing of similar size to a credit card and very light.
    The video and picture viewing quality is excellent, even the in-built speaker isn't bad.
    The tiny buttons can be a little hard to get used to and I think the instant messaging feature is a little pointless but the X-Fi is packed with other useful features so this fault is well made up for!

    File transfer is easy. You can just drag and drop as though using a memory stick. This is good for me as I hate having to use software to "manage" my music. Importing tracks, converting to a different format, transfer to player... you know the one I mean. However if you do already have iTunes then it's ok! The X-Fi supports tracks in the iTunes format.

    All round a good little mp3 player that even comes with decent headphones [which makes a change].

    I am happy :)