Pioneer makes a lot of home theatre devices. Really, a lot. This one, however, lives up the company name – new, innovative: pioneering. It’s a called a ‘Sound Wing’, and it brings surround sound into a single, beautiful speaker bar. Aside from great aesthetics, the Sound Wing uses what the company call a “revolutionary and … Continue reading Pioneer Sound Wing: Revolutionary speaker technology?
Now this new app actually roused my attention although I am not sure why it is being marketed as “The new Facebook for drivers”. When you are cruising along at 80 mph down the motorway, happily calculating what time you will arrive at your destination, the one thing that puts a dampener on your plans … Continue reading Become a ‘Waze hero’ with the “Facebook for Drivers!”
It’s pocket sized, pumps out super quality sound and has even been designed by a former NASA engineering legend, what could be a better companion than to accompany you on your travels than the FoxLv2 Bluetooth for iPad portable speakers? As the rain falls miserably on the British Isles – in the North at least … Continue reading The FoxLv2 Bluetooth for iPad – Speakers made for the beach
The 3M PocketProjector MP180 is ridiculously small. When the review unit arrived out our door, we thought someone had delivered the projector’s power adapter. In fact, thanks to a built-in battery, the MP180 doesn’t even need a powerbrick. Having won us over on form, then, the question is: how well does it project? Size and … Continue reading 3M PocketProjector MP180 review
Having grown up with hydrophobic electronics, there’s always a perverse pleasure that comes with dunking £200-worth of unreleased equipment in a vat of water. Thanks to the waterproof and shockproof Panasonic HX-WA10 camcorder, that joy is now linked to the excitement of full HD recording in a cool, fun form. Panasonic invited us to try … Continue reading Panasonic HX-WA10 HD action camera review
LG invited us down to their Play Hub – a massive movable experience centre they had laid out in the middle of Central London where they attempted to lure members of the general public in to experience the magic of glasses free 3D for photography, gaming and movies, all on a handheld device – the … Continue reading LG Optimus 3D hands on review
Whilst music was one of those cop out lessons at school that everybody would just have a laugh in and give the poor teacher hell, learning music theory was laborious and dreaded. Despite its universal reputation as being almost as dreaded as a lesson on Chaucer or trigonometry, an app has been born titled ‘Music … Continue reading Music Theory for Beginners iPad app – Putting fun into music theory?
It’s big, it’s heavy – but it’s beautiful. No, we’re not reciting the tagline from Shallow Hal – we’re talking about the Epson EH-TW5500 projector – one of the biggest, baddest, bestest home projectors. Oh, and it’s one of the costliest too – around £4,000 at release, although thankfully you can pick one up for … Continue reading Epson EH-TW5500 projector review