We’ve been playing with TruLink products for sometime now and they have a solid history of producing reliable little widgets that help your gadgets play nicely with each other. They remind me of and old Demetri Martin joke about they way to fortune isn’t necessarily being an amazing inventor but being a guy who makes … Continue reading TruLink 4-Port HDMI Selector Switch: Helping your HDMI devices learn how to share
Even though 3D is still not a convincing enough medium to have cracked the home market, television manufacturers seem convinced that ultimately it will be and so doggedly pursue ways and means to tempt up into going for it. The problem has always been the glasses you have to wear to enjoy the 3D experience. … Continue reading Toshiba’s ZL2 TV gives you 3D viewing without the specs
The Pioneer BDP-140 is the first model from Pioneer’s new 3D Blu-ray player range. With the high level of competition, it’s a difficult market to enter, so Pioneer have picked a unique selling point: it’s all about the networking. The BDP-140 has an Ethernet port (for wired integration), as well as wifi (via the Pioneer … Continue reading Pioneer BDP-140: Networking and 3D Blu-ray media powerhouse
Compact, digital cameras seem to be fixated on delivering more sophisticated and proficient lenses in recent months, a focus, which I believe, is well overdue. The latest camera to be promoting its assets predominantly on its lens is Samsung’s new WB750, which, in featuring the longest ever zoom in the company’s compact camera portfolio, “takes … Continue reading Budding wildlife photographers rejoice with the launch of the Samsung WB750!
Its all well and good being the proud owner of the latest 3D ready technology, but none of it will be much good without shelling out for the extra hardware you need to view it all. All that is a thing of the past as far as ViewSonic is concerned, as its new V3D245 24 … Continue reading ViewSonic’s V3D245 3D monitor literally leaps out on to the market.
Well this is the first time I’ve used a 3D product without having to wear glasses and whilst the thought of my face jumping out at me from the mirror might be a fun concept for some people, it is, fortunately for me, something I don’t have to deal with. 3D in this case simply … Continue reading Philips SENSOTOUCH 3D RQ 1280. Cutting edge wet or dry electric shaving
A lightweight, high clarity projector is a vital tool for anyone in the world of sales, marketing or teaching. It can bring a presentation to life, but equally, if it’s substandard, could ruin a perfect pitch. Seasoned US manufacturer ViewSonic has taken a good look at its PJD5 range and invigorated it with a spring … Continue reading Viewsonic launches revamped PJD5 projectors
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