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Review: Aukey USB Type C to USB 3.0 Adapters (2 Pack)

These pair of adapters convert your USB-C ports to the full-size USB 3.0 connector that’s still commonly used by most of today’s accessories. You’ll need one when connecting accessories to your MacBook / Chromebook or for instance transferring data from your phone to a thumb drive via OTG. They are very compact with a shiny black plastic shell. There’s a standard female blue USB 3.0 Ty...[Read More]

Screenstick Precision Joystick for your Tablet and Smartphone Review

Screenstick Precision Joystick for your Tablet and Smartphone Review I tend to game a lot on my mobile, and a lot of times I have to be looking for the controls each time. This makes action packed games difficult to play, especially if there is a lot of movement. The ScreenStick is a small portable joystick you can carry with you, that attaches to the screen of your phone/tablet. This makes it a l...[Read More]

New MediaTek SoC Selected to Power ASUS ZenPad Tablet

MediaTek today announced its new MT8176 system-on-chip was selected to power the recently released ASUS ZenPad 3S 10. MediaTek’s feature-rich SoC gives ASUS ZenPad users exceptional experiences through a brilliant 2K display, powerful performance and outstanding picture quality, making the tablet ideal for viewing high-resolution digital photos and FHD movies. The ASUS ZenPad 3S 10 integrate...[Read More]

ASUS ZenPad 8.0 Review

ASUS ZenPad 8.0 Review I am not much of a tablet man. I use my S7 Edge, and that was enough for me. But I wanted to dip my foot into the tablet pool, so decided to try out the older Asus ZenPad 8.0 (7380C). Running Android Lollipop, this 8 inch tablet is a nice little purchase and shows me the wonders of tablets. I found the ZenPad to be all about the screen, for me it felt like the main focus for...[Read More]

Review: Luxebell Tablet Stand

Tablets can be great for watching videos, but holding them for extended periods or propping them up at just the right angle can be a real pain. What you really need is a good adjustable stand that will hold your tablet up for you at whatever angle you choose. Unlike a lot of the plastic solutions available, this stand from Luxebell is made from sturdy aluminium which gives it a reassuring weight. ...[Read More]

Review: thingCHARGER Charging all the things

Most households now-a-days have multiple devices, connected to multiple charger. It’s always nice to find a charging solution that can reduce the number of charging cables you might have laying around plugged into outlets in the home. I’ve been trying thingCHARGER throughout my home over the last couple weeks. Currently it’s plugged it into an outlet on my kitchen counter keeping...[Read More]

Review: Plinth

Plinth Tablet Stand   In the past I have had a few tablet stands in the forms of; cases, simple cut out bits of plastic and even Popobe Teddy Bear stands. I had never heard of Plinth before but I was sent a review unit having completely missed its initial kickstarter campaign. John Bull spent two years designing his Plinth tablet stand before taking it to the online crowd fund sourcing websit...[Read More]

Sony Announcement – Recap

 Image via Sony Mobile Sony Announcement – Recap   With all the latest device announcements from around the world, Samsung, Sony, Motorola, Asus, etc etc have launched a new line of this year’s most wanted phones, tablets and smartwatches. We thought it would be a good idea to break things down and try to keep things as simple as possible for anyone that stumbles upon this post wh...[Read More]

Review of the Perixx Periduo-880 Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad

The rise of the tablet is certainly putting the squeeze on the laptop market.  For surfing, media consumption and casual gaming they often offer a better experience than a similarly priced laptop.  However when it comes to getting a serious bit of work done, a touchscreen just can’t compare to the accuracy of a proper keyboard and mouse / track-pad.  Google’s strategy has been to offer...[Read More]

Arcam miniBlink – Review

The miniBlink is Arcam’s newest Bluetooth receiver and DAC, a smaller, more affordable sibling of the rBlink, with a completely different form factor. This aesthetically pleasing black pebble is also extremely portable, a factor Arcam clearly kept at the forefront of it’s design. The Arcam miniBlink is powered my Micro USB. Just think about that for a moment. Included in the box are a ...[Read More]

Belkin SongStream BT HD Bluetooth Music Receiver – Review

    The Belkin SongStream BT HD Bluetooth® Music Receiver  is Belkin’s second Bluetooth® music receiver , it has bulked up, added NFC and optical and coaxial digital outputs to it’s predecessor’s single 3.5mm option. Included in the box are an RCA to 3.5mm cable and a coaxial cable.   Having the choice between optical and coaxial outputs is unusual, most bluetooth ...[Read More]

Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS – Review

Good things come in small packages, or so the saying goes. In the case of the Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS it’s certainly true. This thing is tiny. 30 x 10 x 53.5mm and 100g (3.5oz) in weight, but it’s build quality is excellent. At one end you’ll find a micro-USB input, at the other a 3.5mm analogue output. On the top just two buttons for volume control, the + and – symbols...[Read More]

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