Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review

Every opinion you hear about the Samsung Galaxy Tab is generally the same - the tablet looks absolutely gorgeous. It looks very similar to the iPad 2, but at 8.6 mm, it is now the thinnest tablet out in the market (the iPad 2 is.. more

3M MP180 Pocket Projector Review

Having to make presentations on the go can be stressful enough, without worrying about whether watching clients can make out your slideshow or carefully crafted product video on your tiny laptop screen. That’s where a mobile projector such as the MP180 can come in handy... more

HTC Gratia Review

At first sight you would be forgiven for thinking this HTC Gratia might be the htc HD mini: however there are many differences. The main different is that the Htc Gratia uses android and the HD mini uses windows. Even though the favoured Android platform.. more

Archos Colour Touchscreen Android eReader 70B Review

Archos are better known for their successful mp4 range, but like many other companies they have turned their hand to eReaders. Calling this an eReader doesn’t tell you the whole story. This device is a hybrid between a tablet pc and eReader. Running android 2.1.. more

Motorola Droid X2 Review

Motorola is back in business. It means that finally, after such a long time, they are able to compete with other giant handset manufacturers. The Motorola Droid X2 is Motorola’s follow up to last year’s hugely successful Droid X. The Droid X2 features a dual.. more

LG Infinia 47LW5600 Review

There are two reasons why people shy away from 3D televisions. First is its high price, second is that 3D glasses are both expensive and uncomfortable to use. The Infinia 47LW5600 is LG’s response to this problem. The Infinia is considerably cheaper ($1,700) compared to.. more

Nook Colour Tablet Review

Barnes and noble are usually associated with there well accomplished ereaders however, similarly to Amazon they have developed a new tablet. Costing $249 (about £155) it is a very inexpensive tablet compared to the iPad 2 and the Samsung Galaxy tab, but does it contain.. more

Samsung HT-C453N 5.1-inch 500W Home Theatre System

If you are on a budget and looking for a quality surround system, then the Samsung HT-C453N 5.1-inch home theater system is the one for you. Fantastic sound coupled with the ease to setup makes the Samsung HT-C453N a winner in the home theater market... more

Nokia X7 Review

Symbian is not dead yet, it’s still up and kicking. The Nokia X7 is out to prove it. After Nokia announced its partnership with Microsoft, everybody thought that this is the end for the company’s mobile operating system. As proof, the manufacturer tried to stuff.. more

Nexus S 4G Review

The Nexus S 4G is basically Google learning from its mistake. A few years ago, Google released the Nexus One, and depending on who you talked to, was either considered a breakthrough device that started the promise of providing software, for no cost, to the.. more

Panasonic TC-PVT30 Review

Panasonic’s VT25 series was hugely successful when it was launched last year. Now, the Japanese TV manufacturer is introducing their TC-PVT30 model for consumers to enjoy in their very own living room. You have a 55-inch 3D plasma screen, THX certification, Infinite Black Pro 2.. more

Boston Acoustics SoundWare XS 5.1 Surround Speaker System Review

Big sound, small speakers, definitely a rare find. Its difficult for both the consumers who are looking for this kind of deal, and for manufacturers who wants to deliver this type of product to the consumers. Boston Acoustic’s SoundWare XS 5.1 Surround Speaker System is.. more

HTC Thunderbolt Review

The HTC Thunderbolt came out last March with very little hype and fanfare. But, it is one of the fastest Internet phones ever released by the company. The specs for the Thunderbolt is not really that special. It has a 4.3 inch Super LCD display,.. more
Posted in on July 5, 2011

Review: The Hangover 2

There are a number of things in this world I will never understand; chopsticks, women, how England fail in every sporting event they enter, and why film directors continue to get away with making films that are so insulting to the intelligence of the audience... more
Posted in on July 5, 2011

New Nook Ereader Review

Barnes and Noble have called their new Nook ereader ‘the simple touch reader’ which overall does sum up this product as a whole. Costing just $139 (about £90) it is one of the cheapest ereaders out there. Its main competitor is obviously the Kindle however.. more
Posted in on July 4, 2011

Deus Ex review

If you like your FPS games to have a little more intelligence behind them than running around blindly blasting everything that comes into your view, then you’ll love Deus Ex. Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the latest of the Deus Ex series, is slated for release.. more
Posted in on July 4, 2011

Bose Lifestyle T20 Review

If you really want that home entertainment system that you’ve always wanted, but don’t want to get into all the hassle that comes with the installation and setup, then get a Home-theater-in-a-box system. HTIBs are designed to take some of the hassle out of putting.. more
Posted in on July 4, 2011

Soluto: anti-frustration software for Windows

Soluto is a great piece of freeware for optimising Windows performance, not just for speeding up boot times. This piece of software is suitable for anyone, from computer novices to experts. No matter how good you are at using a computer, this anti-frustration software is.. more
Posted in on July 1, 2011

Intel Solid State Drive 320 series

If you’re looking for a Solid-State Drive (SSD), look no further than this little beauty. The Intel 320 Series 600GB 2.5″ SATA-II 25nm Solid State Hard Drive is designed for hardcore gamers, media creators and techno-geeks alike, these drives bring a high level of performance.. more
Posted in on July 1, 2011

Amazon Kindle review

If you love reading books on the train, at home, or even in your garden on a sunny day the Kindle 3 from Amazon is a must have. With its small price tag of £111 for the Wi-Fi version and £152 for the 3G+Wi-Fi version,.. more
Posted in on June 30, 2011