Press play The H205 (right) is Samsung Electronics' new top-of-the-line high-definition camcorder. It features a 32-gigabyte solid-state drive that can store more than four hours of video. The built-in SSD offers faster data transmission and a better anti-vibration function than traditional hard-disk drives. Weighing just 271.4 grams, the H205 has a Schneider Kreuznach high-definition lens, a high-resolution 2.7-inch reversible touchscreen and automated functions for white balance, metering and focus. Samsung's play-edit-sharing program allows users to link the camcorder to any computer via USB and upload videos to social networking sites. The H205 sells for HK$5,990. Breath of fresh air Dyson, the British maker of vacuum cleaners and hand dryers, has released in Hong Kong its sleek, unorthodox version of the household electric fan, the Air Multiplier. The bladeless fan is simpler and safer to use than its traditional rivals, according to company founder, James Dyson (above right, holding an Air Multiplier). It is powered by a motor at its base that creates a jet of air, which is accelerated and draws in surrounding air through a ring-shaped aperture. The adjustable device can be easily tilted for optimum effect. The Air Multiplier with a 10- inch aperture sells for HK$3,199; the 12-inch model costs HK$3,999. The fans are available at Fortress, Sogo and Lane Crawford stores. The big picture Yashica, part of Hong Kong-based consumer electronics firm JNC Datum Tech International, has produced an eye-catching 10-inch digital photo frame (below right) that could easily pass for a mini flat-screen monitor. The audio and video-ready DVF 10 Slim has built-in dual-channel stereo speakers, touch-key navigation, a calendar, an alarm clock, a USB port, adjustable brightness and contrast, a 256-megabyte internal memory and support for external memory cards with up to 32GB capacity. The DVF 10 Slim digital photo frame costs HK$890.