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From scanners to cameras and storage devices, here are the newest products out there

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Olympus WS-803: This digital voice recorder offers up to 2,043 hours of recording time on its 8 GB of memory. Stuff a microSD card, up to 32 GB, into the slot and the possibilities are almost endless. It includes an FM radio tuner for your listening and recording pleasure. Estimated retail price is $179.99.

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HP t410 All-in-One Smart Zero Client: Thin clients are handy little beasts, especially in places where security is an issue. There's nothing stored on them; everything comes from the server. But sometimes it's tough to get power to your preferred location. Now there's a solution: HP and 3M have collaborated to produce this clever puppy, an 18.5-inch thin client that runs on a mere 13 watts and gets its power over its network cable. Available late summer 2012, pricing to be determined.

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HP OfficeJet 150 Mobile All-in-One: One of the challenges for mobile workers is the difficulty of printing on the run. This new mobile all-in-one not only provides up to 500 pages of output on a charge, it scans and copies up to legal-sized documents. Inputs come from PC, Mac or smartphone via USB 2.0, SD cards or Bluetooth. It's not very speedy, but at about three kilograms it's a compact, portable package. Available July 2. Canadian MSRP $399.99.

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Moneris PAYD: This new mobile scanner and payment solution secured by Moneris Solutions works with Apple, Android and BlackBerry, and direct-deposits into your bank account. The reader costs $29.95, which is rebated when you sign up and process your first transaction.

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NeatReceipts: This mobile scanner is designed for the road warrior who's tired of managing scraps of paper for expense reports. Accompanying software manages the scans and extracts and organizes required information, outputting reports to Excel, Quicken, QuickBooks, TurboTax or PDF. It also handles business cards. About $179.99.

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SensoGlove: This one's just for fun. It's a digital golf glove that evaluates your grip and gives you audio and visual feedback. The tiny screen even shows which fingers are gripping too tightly. It comes in men's and women's sizes, for either right or left hand. It costs about $89 (U.S.).

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Verbatim's Store 'n' Go Micro USB: This drive fits on a keychain yet has up to 32 GB of storage (enough for an installation of Windows To Go). It's rugged enough to survive life with keys. Prices start at $14.99.

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Pentax K-30 digital SLR: Despite experts’ insistence that standalone cameras are being replaced by cameras in phones, a good SLR is still head and shoulders above the average phone. Pentax's new mid-level baby illustrates why, with its super-quick shutter speed of up to 1/6000 second, 16.28 megapixel images and 3 inch viewscreen, all in a weatherproof body in blue, white, or basic black. Anticipated retail of the K-30 camera body only is $849.99. Also available in a kit, including the K-30 body and the SMC PENTAX-DA L 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL lens. Anticipated retail price of the kit is $899.99.

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