Samsung SPF-1000P digital photoframe review

Being the nation’s least wanted gift item, digital photoframes (or makers of the rather) are in a odd position. Do they simply give up? Or innovate their pants off? Nix who we looked at earlier and Samsung have decided to throw technology at the problem and released feature-packed digital photoframes. To even call the 1000p … Continue reading Samsung SPF-1000P digital photoframe review

First look at the Acer GN245HQ 3D monitor

The great thing about being an early adopter is that you are never short of a few friends wanting to coming over and gaze at your shiny new gadget. Dinner party conversation invariably leads to talk about a new app and how it’s ‘changed my life’, only to find another one the following week that … Continue reading First look at the Acer GN245HQ 3D monitor

Packard Bell Maestro 230 LED HD –Top-notch digital viewing from a different angle

Traditionally, asymmetrical entities are not synonymous with beauty, with symmetrically-formed objects being considered more ‘pleasing to the eye’. Although modern technology is so intensely competitive; it is grappling with ways to stand out from its competitors. Packard Bell’s latest venture achieves this desire to be salient and striking in two ways – one, with its … Continue reading Packard Bell Maestro 230 LED HD –Top-notch digital viewing from a different angle

Packard Bell’s HD LED TV: “Actually I preferred to be called Maestro”

Packard Bell, the highly regarded Taiwanese electronics company, have launched their stylish Maestro TV. This HD LED-backlit set is likely to become a focal point of lounges throughout the UK. Owners of old-style box televisions may be interested to hear that the Maestro measures just 19mm in width. Movie lovers can experience all of their … Continue reading Packard Bell’s HD LED TV: “Actually I preferred to be called Maestro”