Tablets

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 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]

Mass Fidelity Relay – Review

  The Mass Fidelity Relay arrived in striking packaging, this thing is heavy, (according to the postal info it’s 1KG!) It’s beautifully presented, the Relay itself on display behind the plastic window of the box, the accessories neatly tucked into a compartment with a magnetic flap.  Behind the flap,  Mass Fidelity labelled audio cables, both RCA to RCA & 3.5mm to RCA, gold pl...[Read More]

Chip Chain – Review

Chip Chain – Review   “Place and match 3 or more identical poker chips to earn a more valuable chip, then chain together matches for huge bonuses! Play power-up cards to make combos, extend chains, and maximize your score. The dealer tosses random chips to get in your way, but if you play smart and think ahead, you can turn the tables and use them to your advantage!” chip-ch...[Read More]

Speed Math – Review

   Speed Maths, as the name implies, is a simple, fun, maths game. And it’s free.   You have a 5×5 grid of random numbers from which you choose a combination that total the target number. You have three lives, and a time limit to reach each target. As you progress your level increases, raising the target you need to reach, meaning more numbers in each combination, challenging ...[Read More]

Crystal Acoustics BluDAC – Review

    Right, first off we’d like to thank Dominic at Crystal Acoustics for sending us a BluDAC to review, it’s a relatively new bluetooth receiver, only available since June this year. You may have noticed the NFC logo in the pic above, yes, the BluDAC has NFC pairing, and can remember 8 paired devices. It’s aptX® certified with both analog and digital outputs, much like ...[Read More]

Android Collectible Guide

Android Collectible Guide is Nicolas Marien‘s first Android app,   Google Play Description: You are a new Android Mini Collector and you are lost with all the different series, names, artists…? Fear no more. This application aims to help you get along with collecting Android Mini. You can add some action figures to your personal collection, set a price for each mini, estimate your...[Read More]

Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter For Bluetooth® Audio Devices

Want to stream music wirelessly to your HiFi but unfortunately it’s not network ready? You still have a few options…There are several Bluetooth gadgets out there that will give you wireless audio streaming, you’ll be sacrificing some sound quality, though if you use low bitrate .mp3 files rather than .flac’s you probably won’t notice. Especially if you’re only s...[Read More]

Belkin Merge Sleeve for 7 inch Tablets

Another quick and simple recommendation, the Belkin Merge Sleeve for 7″ Tablets If, like me you’re not into keeping your tablet in one of those Swiss Army style cases that can turn into stands or keyboards with a few simple twists, but prefer a simple bumper case, and yet would like some extra protection from scratches and the like when you bung your tablet into a rucksack, then you ca...[Read More]

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