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Have a Connected Christmas with Xiaomi

We’ve put together a very last minute Christmas guide with presents from connected scales for the health conscious to speakers for the music lover, there’s a gift to cater for all tastes! We’d recommend popping into their UK store in Westfield, London. Online orders won’t get to you on time… With the World’s largest consumer IoT platform, Xiaomi focuses on connectivity so t...[Read More]

Huawei at IFA2018 round up

  We were lucky enough to attend the keynote presentation and hands-on events with Huawei at IFA2018 in Berlin. The company didn’t actually launch a new mobile phone (the Mate 20 Lite event is scheduled for London in the middle of October) but we did get to see the new Kirin 980, new colour options for the P20 Pro series, a voice assistant / speaker and a location tracker via GPS.  ...[Read More]

Top 5 accessories of 2015

Now that the year is coming to an end, we thought it would be a good idea to pull together our reviews and give our top 5 accessories of 2015. If you’re an active follower of the site, you’ll be aware we review a lot of accessories these days. Companies want their products showcased on droidhorizon, every day we receive lots of requests and are extremely busy bringing more content to t...[Read More]

Cyanogen Meet & Greet Belfast

Cyanogen Meet & Greet Belfast   We are extremely excited to announce that we’ve been working closely behind the scenes with Cyanogen to bring our readers and fans of the company an opportunity to meet and greet fellow Android enthusiasts from around the world in sunny Belfast, Northern Ireland. If you read our site or any Android / mobile news at all, you’ll be familiar with w...[Read More]

Review: M3 Bluetooth headphones from MiPow

Review: M3 Bluetooth headphones from MIPOW Its incredibly difficult to find the right kind of headphones. You may want wireless, you may prefer wired. You may want to add your own headphone cable into the headphones themselves. The design will be important and some may not come in the colour or the look you want. As I said its difficult to find the right kind of headphones. This is why I was excit...[Read More]

Kingston Technology USB 3.0 microDuo Flash Drive Review

It’s likely that the name Kingston Technology needs no introduction to you, as they have a strong reputation for providing reliable and high performance flash storage productions. Particularly of interest for us Android users are their microDuo range of USB drives which incorporates a microUSB connector allowing it to plug in directly to our phones and tablets and act as external storage. While Ki...[Read More]

Review: Braven 570

Review: Braven 570   The market is full of similar Bluetooth speaker units that offer different options, quality of sound, robustness and likely most important.. Price. We’ve reviewed a fair few ourselves over the last few years too and even this speaker’s bigger brother the Braven 705. The Braven 570 we are taking a look today sits in the under £50 price point where usually you&#...[Read More]

Review: Meet your new backpack, the TYLT Energi+ Backpack

Review: Meet your new backpack, the TYLT Energi+ Backpack TYLT’s Energi+ Backpack, as the company explains, is “a next-gen briefcase, backpack, and mobile charging station.” After using it for a couple of weeks, I can confirm 100% they are telling the truth. This juggernaut of a bag, packs a 10,400mAh battery , with three USB ports to plug in a variety of mobile devices. Everythi...[Read More]

Review: Heros in a Big Turtle Shell, Turtle Power

Review: Heros in a Big Turtle Shell, Turtle Power If you want to buy a bluetooth speaker for picnics, rock climbing, hanging out by the beach, or just listening in the shower, then the Big Turtle Shell from Outdoor Tech would be a great choice. This rugged wireless boombox, has everything a music loving explorer needs. The Big Turtle Shell comes in at 280 x 150 x 90mm, and weighs 1kg.  With 10 wat...[Read More]

Review: Have your doodles stored in the cloud with the Equil Smartpen 2

Review: Have your doodles stored in the cloud with the Equil Smartpen 2 Any smartpen (from a serious users point of view) will quickly make their flaws stand out. Some I have used in the past have been uncomfortable to write with, some have fallen at the hurdle of being a pen, most just havent worked as advertised. As someone born in the last 30 years, I am part of a growing number of people that ...[Read More]

Yotaphone 2 – Review

 Yotaphone 2 – Review     With the “spec wars” finishing a few years ago now, you’ll not find a bad flagship device from any of the big hitters, be it Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Sony, LG etc etc. Even mid-range devices are more than good enough for everyday use. Packed with power and good cameras, customers are now looking towards killer features or design to make th...[Read More]

Minix X8 Plus – Review

The Minix X8 Plus packs a lot of power for such a small box Minix X8 Plus – Review Nope, you are not seeing a double post. Last month I reviewed the MINIX NEO X8-H Plus, it was probably my favourite review item to date.  The X8-H Plus was a higher end device and came it at a little over £175 with a A2 remote. MINIX have now released a lower end version called the X8 Plus, but what’s the diff...[Read More]

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