Whether you call it 4K or Ultra HD, the next generation of monitors is still too pricey for most consumers. However, for professional use ViewSonic’s new VP2780-4K looks to be a viable budget option. It’s a 27-inch display with a 3840×2160 pixel resolution. When you’re working on graphics or video editing, a sharp picture isn’t sufficient: … Continue reading ViewSonic VP2780-4K – a strong display at a reasonable price?
Have you ever found yourself frustrated with the tiny keys on your smartphone or tablet? Ever thought that it would be immensely convenient to have a compact keyboard like the one you have on your laptop or PC, but for your phone? I bet you have. Zagg’s ‘Pocket’ foldable wireless keyboard will support you with … Continue reading CES 2015 Video: Zagg’s ‘Pocket’ foldable wireless keyboard
OK, so it might not be as big as the 40-inch Philips 4K monitor Latest Gadgets recently produced a round up on, but the new Philips Moda 2 monitor, with its 27-inch IPS display, is still pretty darn big. The new Philips 275c5QHAW is introduced by MMD, a technology company and brand license partner for … Continue reading A stylish thumbs up for the new Philips Moda 2 Monitor
Adesso are best known for making sturdy and rugged keyboards with a price that reflects their build quality, so the low-cost, ultra-flexible SlimTouch 212 is something of a change of pace. It’s only really suited for people with very particular needs, but looks to be good value for that sector. The manufacturers use the term … Continue reading Adesso’s Slimtouch 212 brings flexibility and usability to the table
I’m a big fan of my iPad and take it with me most places in its free and unfettered form. However, on those occasions when I want to hunker down and get an extend piece of prose out into the world, I do like to whip out a Bluetooth keyboard and really dig in. So … Continue reading QODE Thin Type for iPad Air – First impressions
Whether it’s Apple vs Microsoft, iOS vs Android or Facebook vs Twitter, the tech world loves a good head-to-head. In recent weeks we’ve seen one of the greatest heavyweight battles yet as both Microsoft and Sony launched their much-anticipated next-generation consoles. The reviews are in, but which machine has the edge? If you’re thinking about … Continue reading Xbox One vs PS4: battle of the next-gen consoles
As Peter Kay might say, “WiFi, it’s the future – I’ve tasted it”. You realise this is true when your relatives visit and, within minutes of crossing the threshold, proceed to pull out their gadgets and demand to know your WiFi password. This ever increasing demand on my connection, combined with keeping up with the … Continue reading dLAN 500 AV Wireless+ Starter Kit Review
As we covered when we looked at Makers, there is a small revolution happening in the Internet of Things. Slowly but surely people, not giant corporations are making interesting and useful tech and getting in into the hands of other people. One of the coolest places for small-batch gadgets that stands apart from the mass … Continue reading Grand St: Indie Gadgets for People by People