Review: Livescribe 3 Smartpen

Review: Livescribe 3 Smartpen The Livescribe 3 was released about 18 months ago. So I would understand some questions about the late review. The smartpen finally has software support for Android! I first caught wind of the Android app being released back in March, the preview was released just a couple weeks ago, and now I am allowed to explain how the hardware and app work. After only a couple of...[Read More]

Review: ei8htball EX811 In-ear headphone

Review: ei8htball EX811 In-ear headphone I am always on the look out for a decent pair of well made and comfortable headphones. So I was quite excited to use the Ei8htball EX811 Earphones. I have been using the headphones for a couple of weeks and so far I am very impressed. They deal with high, mid and low tones extremely well producing a clear, crisp sound with pretty much all music genres I tri...[Read More]

Review: Xenta XForce 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers

Review: Xenta XForce 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers Review I have reviewed a couple of Android TV boxes over this year, see link – They have always worked really well, but I was always so underwhelmed by the sound my TV produced. Thats why I was happy to see a package arrive from Xenta, their 5.1 Surround Sound speakers. The big box that arrived included a sub woofer,...[Read More]

Solememo S530 Bluetooth Sports Headphones Review

Bluetooth headphones come in all shapes and sizes and to suit most budgets, but when I see a pair costing £17 / $28 then I start to hear warning bells. However Solememo have managed to bring a pair of sports headphones in at this price point which turns out to be a pleasant surprise. Build Quality & Design Available in black, red or white with chrome accents the S530s have a glossy plastic she...[Read More]

Review: Verus Cases for the Samsung S6 Edge

Review: Verus Cases for the Samsung S6 Edge   This was my first time using any cases from Verus, they were very nice to supply me three different cases to try with my new S6 Edge. All cases offer a “snap in” style for installation on your phone. Verus Verge:   This is the Verge case, which is made up of two parts. There’s the thin TPU case that goes against your new S6 Edge. ...[Read More]

Review: Rock Jaw Alfa Genus In-Ear Headphones

Review: Rock Jaw Alfa Genus In-Ear Headphones I hadn’t heard of British company RockJaw before, but I immediately regretted not knowing them sooner. As the Alfa Genus in-ear buds are truly outstanding for this price. The idea behind Rock jaw, is to have headphones engineered by music enthusiasts who wanted to produce high-quality headphones at a price that’s much more affordable than premium brand...[Read More]

Review: Tylt Vu Car Wireless Charger

Review: Tylt Vu Car Wireless Charger Charging your phone wirelessly at home, is a great privilege, but I did think that it’d be great when on the road. There’d be no fumbling with cables and docks while driving, which is dangerous. If like me, you’re one to keep your phone in a car mount, and like to charge while on the go, then the Vu Car Wireless Charging Mount from TYLT was so...[Read More]

Review: Tylt Vu Wireless Charger

Review: Tylt Vu Wireless Charger My second installment in what will be referred to as the TYLT Trilogy is the Tylt Vu. The Vu is simple, stylish, and a little pricey compared with plain Qi charging pads, but like the Vu Solo, the look and functionality are the key points.     The Tylt brand name is more descriptive for this, than the Vu product name. The charger is effectively a 7.5-inch...[Read More]

Review: TYLT VU SOLO Qi charger

Review: TYLT VU SOLO Qi charger As I should be getting my S6 Edge anytime now, a new world of wireless charging has opened up for me. As a HTC user, I was always jealous that I couldn’t get my hands on some of these great products. I was amazed by the vast range of chargers you can get from any number of manufacturers in every shape, size, style and quality level. But in this never ending su...[Read More]

Review: Never lose anything again with Lupo

Review: Never lose anything again with Lupo Lupo is here to make sure I never lose anything again. By connecting to a mobile, this Bluetooth controller offers alerts for left items, tracking for lost objects, security to lock computers when out of range, and even a button and accelerometer to control potentially anything. On the surface the Lupo is very similar to other trackers we have reviewed i...[Read More]

Review: The Martian Notifier

Review: The Martian Notifier The people at Martian believe that smartwatches will only truly succeed when they first function is as a standard timepieces and then secondly to deliver rock-solid phone functionality. That’s why they believe they have discovered that with the new Martian Notifier. And after using it for a couple of weeks I have to agree. When I first opened the box and saw the ...[Read More]

Review: Booq Viper Hardcase 7 Graphite

Review: Booq Viper Hardcase 7 Graphite Booq are well known for their backpacks and laptop bags, and it looks like they are putting their experience in these fields into a tablet carry case. Booq is now offering a hard case for the any 7″ to 8″ tablet, such as my Nexus 7. The Booq Viper Hardcase 7 comes in graphite with a heavy-duty zip. Along with any 7″ sized tablet, the interna...[Read More]

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