London 2012 survival kit: Must-have gadgets to help you make the most of the Olympics

Five Olympic-themed gadgets for this summer's sports-fest
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With London 2012 nearly upon us, PCR takes a look at some interesting Olympic-themed gadgets.

Nikon Sportstar EX 10x25 DCF binoculars

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Got a seat right at the back of the audience for beach volley ball? Fear not, Nikon's officially-branded London 2012 binoculars will help you zoom in on all the sandy ball action.

London 2012: Official Results App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games

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Not all sports fans were lucky enough to get tickets, or to take time off work to veg out in front of the TV. The London 2012: Official Results App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games provides results, live updates, calendar schedules, medal tables and athlete profiles for fans on the go.

BBC Olympics App

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For those iPhone users who don't have time to sit down in front of the TV but want more than just an update of results, the BBC has its own Olympics app giving users access to 24 live streams of the action. As well as live streaming, the app features video highlights, a medals table and news stories.

Acer ICONIA Tab 510

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Acer have released an Olympic-branded version of its ICONIA Tab 510, featuring exclusive access to Eurosport Player so London 2012 fans can keep up to date with all the action. Along with the London 2012 logo etched onto the back of the device, the Tab 510 has a 1GB memory, Android 4.0 OS and a 9,800 mAh battery with up to 15-hours battery life.

Samsung Galaxy S3

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the official mobile phone of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The smartphone features a big 4.8-inch 1280x720 screen and 8MP camera with Full HD video recording to capture all the sporting action.

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