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Archive for January, 2012


The best cameras at CES

Wi-Fi, zoom lenses on compact cameras, and powerful full-frame DSLRs with impressive specs and big price tags were all on the menu for photography fans at CES 2012. Fuji announced…


New Olympus VN-713PC, VN-712PC and VN-711PC recorders

Voice recorders are an important tool for any serious journalist, student or stalker. That’s why there is some excitement (and some creepy heavy breathing) around Olympus’ revamped entry-level voice recorder…


Bayan 7 iPod dock: A natural soundstage for your music

A speaker dock is almost a necessity these days. They provide a nice charging station and music on demand in case a party spontaneously breaks out in your living room….


Hammacher Schlemer’s Virtual Keyboard for iPhone and iPad: A spookily clever device!

How would you feel sat at your desk typing away on a projected laser-generated ‘virtual’ keyboard, pretty surreal I bet? Surreal and futuristic visions of typing away on what fundamentally…


Stilo 2.1 speakers review: OTone! OTony! OToni!

It’s highly unlikely you will have heard of Otone as they are a bright new face in the world of home audio, looking to make a splash in the UK….


Vuzix Tac-Eye LT: Full on Terminator eyewear

Vuzix Corporation recently announced that its Tac-Eye Monocular Display System is now available for purchase across Europe. The Tac-Eye LT is a lightweight, low profile, high-resolution monocular eyewear piece designed…

What caught our eye at CES 2012 – Part 3

In our third (part 1, part 2) and final round-up of CES 2012, here are some of the other exhibitors and products that caught our eye while clocking up the…


Elipson relaunch tribute to BS50 loudspeaker design

In a nice move to celebrate its 60th birthday, earlier this week Elipson announced that it is honouring the landmark models that have shaped its history leading a market centred…


Urbanisita London headphones: Swish and soothing

Recently, Urbanista, the Stockholm-based design concept shop which produces products geared towards the needs and fashions of urban living (they’re “wicked” cool…), released something that looks (and feels) rather awesome…

What caught our eye at CES 2012 – Part 2

Continuing our round-up (find part 1 here) of CES 2012, here are some of the other products that caught our attention as we toured the various exhibition halls. ION Audio’s…


PURE music’s Spotify rivial

PURE has launched an online music service to rival the likes of Spotify.The cloud-based on-demand service will let users browse and listen to millions of tracks. They’ll be able to…

What caught our eye at CES 2012 – Part 1

Having recovered from our jet-lag and sifted through the two dozen or so USB press kits we picked up, we can now present you with part one of our round-up…


Proporta TurboCharger: Ludicrously useful

Proporta, gadget accessories specialist (they’ve got pretty much everything your wired-up heart might desire: cables, power solutions, protective cases and more), have recently announced the newest and best addition to…


Pioneer AppRadio’s new apps: Now there’s no excuse to run out of petrol!

Customising gadgets based on users’ preferences and habits really does seem to be the technological stonker finale of 2011. Pioneer’s innovative AppRadio was the first car stereo to develop a…


Acer Liquid Express: Because smartphones certainly aren’t getting any dumber!

Acer is extending its range of smartphones with the Acer Liquid Express – But will it live up to other premium smartphones? Following on from the launch of Acer’s first…

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