Hardware & Accessories


Philips PicoPix PPX 3610: Pocket Projection

By Shem Pennant,

I have a Pico projector, and it’s one of the easiest ways to dazzle my friends. Not with it’s bulb (it’s a dim 30 lumens), but by it’s mere existence. Even in the age of smartphones, wifi scales and tablets… Read article


Top 5 Power Solutions

By Ian Barker,

As we accumulate more and more gadgets the number of four-way extension blocks needed to provide power for them all increases too. But the humble four-way isn’t the only solution, these days there’s a wide choice of kit to help… Read article


Acer P3 Ultrabook: Uncompromised Computing

By Andrew Rafter,

Acer’s newly unveiled P3 Ultrabook looks to deliver the benefits of a full-featured laptop with the portability of a tablet, whilst trying to solve the age-old problem of choosing between a notebook, hybrid-laptop or tablet. The idea behind the P3… Read article


LG Pocket Photo: All the News that’s Fit to Print

By Nick Peers,

Until fairly recently, domestic printers were bulky and cumbersome devices that were hardly renowned for their portability. By contrast, the brand new LG Pocket Photo is small enough to slip into a coat pocket, resembling an external hard drive rather… Read article


Acer All-In-One: Style Over Substance on Windows 8

By Andrew Rafter,

All-in-one desktop computers have been around for a good few years, with Apple cornering the high-end look-at-me market a couple of years ago with the stunning iMac. Now it’s time for Windows 8 users to be treated to the style-over-substance… Read article


TRENDnet AC1750 Dual-Band Wireless Router

By Ian Barker,

If you have broadband you probably didn’t buy your own router. It’s a rare ISP these days that doesn’t chuck in a router for free when you sign up to a new contract. The trouble is that these free routers… Read article


Globalgig: International Wifi On The Go

By Andy Mossack,

I think I’ve contracted a new illness. The very thought of having no wi fi signal brings palpitations and beads of sweat. I feel locked out; marooned; isolated from my world. Perhaps there’s a medical name for it, but  It’s… Read article


Booq Boa Courier 13″ Review

By Shem Pennant,

I’ve had high praise for pretty much every booq bag I’ve had the pleasure of playing with. The privately held family company somehow manage to get it right and make some of the best laptop and camera bags on the… Read article