Latest Audio & Video Gadgets


Get a better TV signal with One For All’s SV9390

By Naomi Mackay,

With the digital TV switchover continuing apace, the latest release from One For All couldn’t have been better timed. This amplified indoor antenna promises superb reception on all digital and analogue TV channels. The new top-of-the-range SV9390 One For All… Read article


Q-Waves wireless USB review

By Shem Pennant,

Q-Wave are yet another company desperate for you to “cut the cord” and step into the magical wireless kingdom. Unlike TruLink, who we looked at here, Q-Waves offers a laptop-to-big screen service that utilises W-USB. The beauty of all these… Read article


Blu-ray gets the blue sky treatment from Sony

By Andy Mossack,

Man, those wizards at Sony know a thing or two about audio and visual heaven. Not content with just creating achingly glorious works of what could be termed as electronic modern art (their sleek black lines and slim bodies transforming… Read article


Latest Gadgets at the Gadget Show Live 2011

By Shem Pennant,

Latest Gadgets made its yearly pilgrimage to the Gadget Show Live in Birmingham to play with the latest and greatest tech that manufacturers had to offer. Fighting our way through the bear pit that is the coffee table in the… Read article


TruLink 1-Port 60GHz WirelessHD Kit review

By Shem Pennant,

Like most people reading this, I have shiny flat screen TV and nothing detracts from its futuristic chic more than the mess of cables and wires dangling from the back. I can wirelessly stream HD content from YouTube or my… Read article


Viewsonic VPD31 3D box

By Andrew Rafter,

3D is a subject that splits opinion more so than the shady goings on in Roswell, New Mexico in the 50s. When viewed at a cinema, and most importantly, on an iMax there’s no doubt about the merits of the… Read article


TC-Helicon VoiceTone announce H1, E1 & X1

By Gabrielle Pickard,

When the term ‘eye candy’, an expression used to describe a good-looking guy or gal, was first introduced into modern language sometime back in the ‘noughties’, I remember feeling slightly repulsed by the ‘Americanism’ of the term. Referring to something… Read article