In its never-ending quest to bring out gadgets to cover all possible screen sizes, price points and design styles, Samsung has announced a new, slimmer version of the Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. The new 7-inch slate is aimed squarely at the budget tablet shopper, putting it in competition with Tesco’s popular Hudl device, among others. … Continue reading Samsung announces budget 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 Lite
The run up to Christmas is traditionally a time when the techno manufacturers have a field day in launching and feverishly marketing their latest wares. This year’s pre-festive season gadgetry marketing hype is especially banal as in coinciding with the arrival of the ultra-anticipated Windows 8, means that the gadgets arriving between now and Christmas … Continue reading ASUS’s slew of Windows 8 gadgets: Intuitive and impressive but what about the price?
Summer might still be hanging around, but it’s not long until the days will start to cool off again, and students will be back at college or university. If you’re hitting the books this autumn, or you know someone who is, here is a list of 5 must-have gadgets that will help you through the … Continue reading Back to School: 5 Must-Have Student Gadgets
The one problem with the smartest gadgets is that they’re still at risk if the weather’s not looking too clever. The latest pieces of kit can’t afford to be fair-weather technology and with autumn looming, we explore the rainy-day solutions promising to safeguard our gadgets against the Great British elements. Make your tablet watertight One … Continue reading Top Ways To Rainproof Your Gadgets
I love shiny electronic devices, which is handy for a job reviewing shiny electronic devices. But they can be so demanding ,both on my attention span and on power levels. I’m often in rooms with people fretting over battery levels and oft-times constrained by their devices. I’ve heard “I’d love to … but I’ve only … Continue reading mophie duo and mini: Power for the 1%
Electronics firm Archos has added a new member to the tablet club as they release the Archos 97 Carbon this month. The model is the first in a range called “Elements”. Designed as an entry-level device, the tablets are affordable, stylish and portable. The 97 Carbon is available in three different sizes: 7, 8 and … Continue reading Archos Elements line of entry-level tablets
The iPad 3/iPad HD/”iPad” (we’ll stick to the first option to avoid confusion) is out, and so are the reviews. While the aesthetic differences between the first iPad and iPad 2 were obvious, one look at Apple’s newest version of its beloved tablet will show that not much has changed. Until you activate the screen… … Continue reading The New iPad (3): Review of reviews
Having recovered from our jet-lag and sifted through the two dozen or so USB press kits we picked up, we can now present you with part one of our round-up of the gadgets and gizmos that caught our eye at this year’s CES. Eers Custom Earphones Developed by Canadian firm Sonomax, ‘eers’ are the “first … Continue reading What caught our eye at CES 2012 – Part 1