Review: VicTsing Quad Core Android Smart TV Box

Review: VicTsing Quad Core Android Smart TV Box 

So here’s an interesting device. With the smart TV market heating up, there are more and more devices finding their way into consumers hands. Of course we’ve all heard of the big brands like the Amazon Fire TV, and the Apple TV, so what room does that leave for other, smaller, brands? Well, apparently there […]

Review: GMYLE® 2500mAh Ultra-Thin Power Bank

Review: GMYLE® 2500mAh Ultra-Thin Power Bank 

This is perhaps the most portable battery I’ve reviewed to date. This slim line, compact device is fantastic to use and easy to carry around no matter what. I’ve used and reviewed a number of portable batteries, almost everyone of them boasting far more power than this little device. The one thing they all lack […]

News: Google Cardboard gets an update

News: Google Cardboard gets an update 

The Google I/O has been taking place today and one thing that got announced was an update to Google Cardboard. Now, as a fan of VR, this is something that I find quite fun and intriguing, and after taking the first Google Cardboard out for a spin I was surprised by how well it works. […]

Review: 1byone® Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard

Review: 1byone® Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard 

I was sent this product to offer an unbiased review and I was pretty excited to see how this keyboard and trackpad combination performed. I’ve been keeping my eye out for this sort of product for a little while now to combine with my Nvidia Shield Tablet so naturally I jumped at the opportunity to […]

Cheaper VR Gaming

Cheaper VR Gaming 

If like me, you’re looking to experience the intrigue of VR gaming, but you don’t want to invest in the short term solution of an Oculus Rift developer kit then I may have the solution for you! For a while now I’ve been following VR, especially when it comes to gaming. I love the idea […]

First Impressions: Half Life 2 Android Nvidia Shield

First Impressions: Half Life 2 Android Nvidia Shield 

Recently I picked up a new Nvidia Shield Tablet and so far I love it. Obviously one of the first things I did was redeem my free copy of Half Life 2 and take it for a spin. So how does this amazing game hold up on an Android device? Are we anywhere near the […]

Galaxy Gear Fit Impressions

Galaxy Gear Fit Impressions 

I’ve been using my Galaxy Gear Fit for a couple of weeks now. It was a bit of an impulse buy, on offer with O2, so I grabbed myself one. I prefer the look and feel of the Gear Fit vs the Neo or the Gear 2, and it’s definitely a much nicer device to […]

Neptune Pine

Neptune Pine 

So a little while ago, back in December last year, I decided to back my first Kickstarter campaign. A new upstart company with an idea for a smartwatch that does it all. The device was a beast, more like something the Predator would wear rather than a normal person, but I loved the idea of […]

Android Wear

Android Wear 

Well with the revelation of Android Wear things in the wearable department just got a whole lot meatier! It’s great to see that wearables will soon sport properly developed OS’s to work with our small devices rather than what we have at the moment. What really caught my eye was Motorola’s new watch, the Moto […]

Samsung Galaxy Gear Review 

Introduction The Samsung Galaxy Gear, an intriguing bit of kit and perhaps one of the smartest wearables out there. With competition hotting up and wearables fighting to become relevant in the market place how does the Gear hold up? Look and Feel To start with, its a lovely looking device. Its sleek and elegant with […]

Xperia Z1 Review 

Introduction The Xperia Z1, Sony’s latest flagship, is an amazing bit of kit. The specs are formidable and the build quality is fantastic. So what does this all add up to in real world use? Look and Feel As I mentioned above the Xperia Z1 is a wonderfully built piece of kit. It feels premium to hold. It’s a […]

Nexus 7 2013 

So I recently acquired a Nexus 7 2013 and so far my impressions are mixed. Its a lovely little device, small, compact and powerful. Despite this however there’s something I’m just not getting on with. look and feel As I mentioned above the Nexus 7 is a small and compact device, perfect for portability. It […]

My Top 10 Gadgets 2013 

Below is a list of my top 10 favourite gadgets that I used throughout 2013. I got to play with a whole load of different toys and enjoyed most of those. Check out my thoughts below and click the links for more details in Amazon. 1: Macbook Pro Retina 13 inch    Recently I took […]

Dungeon Hunter 4 

So I decided to delve into another one of Gameloft’s clones. They make some pretty good mobile games and Dungeon Hunter 4 is no different. It’s a great little game, packed filled with some brilliant RPG elements, fantastic graphics and great controls. The gameplay is fun, button mashing mayhem. I’ve sunk hours into hacking and […]

Technology Got Stuck 

I can’t help but shake the feeling that right now technology feels stuck in the novelty and experimental stage. Progression seems to be mixed with different companies and industries experimenting with all sorts. Where will a product line end up? Let’s take tablets and netbooks, hell, even laptops as an example. Apple undoubtedly managed to […]

Samsung Ativ PC Pro Day by Day 

Well my Samsung Ativ PC Pro has just arrived and I’ll be writing my thoughts on the device one day at a time. So far I’m very impressed by it and I look forward to using it more and seeing how it really performs in real world usage. So what will I look at when reviewing […]

Another Smartphone OS 

I find myself reading through the tech blogs and websites on a regular basis. It’s how I keep up to date with my job and I love it. However one thing coming or of MWC this year that I find relatively shocking is we are one again being treated to hands on demos of a […]

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