Archive for August, 2010

InnoPocket HexaPose iPad Stand Review

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

The InnoPocket HexaPose is the iPad stand that us lovers of Apple’s monitor and iMac aesthetic secretly wanted, coupled with tilt and rotate functionality that every iMac or Apple monitor owner secretly wants. InnoPocket have shamelessly and effectively ripped off the Apple monitor stand design when creating their HexaPose iPad stand, and I applaud them […]

OtterBox Commuter iPhone 4 Case Review

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

The OtterBox Commuter might not be the most photogenic of cases, but it’s an excellent lightweight alternative to the much bulkier and more protective defender. The commuter offers an excellent level of protection, however, and is easily the best silicone/rubber case I’ve laid my hands on thus far.

Beyza iPhone 4 Pull-Strap Slip Case Review

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

They say “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” I contest that sometimes, it’s just cold, hard fact. Here are some drool-worthy photos of another of Beyza’s iPhone 4 cases, this time the Pull-Strap slip case which, as the name suggests, has a pull strap to help you retrieve the iPhone 4 from within. […]

Urbano Leather Holster For iPad

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

It’s not what I’d call a holster. But the Urbano leather slip case for the iPad is a daringly different, protective and stylish case that really goes the extra mile to look good. At least in my opinion! I took a look at the brown vintage style premium leather Urbano iPad case. It’s an unusual […]

n900 Game Gripper Review

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

It may not look much, but for the emulation aficionado a Game Gripper is the unprecedented and unrivalled ultimate accessory for the N900. Small enough to be easily transported around, flexible enough to be difficult to break, and laden with buttons that turn your N900 keys into half-decent gaming controls. It’s two analogue sticks shy […]

BlackBerry Bold 9700

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 is, in its very essence, pure style. From the ergonomic keypad to the sexy chrome trim, it oozes sophistication and elegance. The Bold 9700, released by RIM (Research In Motion), comes with the latest OS 5.0, a 3.2 megapixel camera, 256MB flash memory and a highly sensitive trackpad, instead of the […]

GenevaSound S iPod And iPhone Dock Reviewed

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

It’s been a long time since I took a look at an iPod or iPhone dock, in fact it’s been a while since I looked at much other than iPad and iPhone cases. However, I’m back in full force with a look at the GenevaSound S. £300 of punchy sound packaged into a pedestal mounted […]

Samsung SR8855 NaviBot Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

I’ve never showed too much interest in robotic vacuum cleaners, the AIBO was a different story… after all, if you can get a pet which doesn’t leave hair all over the floor then a vacuum cleaner to keep it at bay is redundant. But I got a delightful email saying there was a Samsung NaviBot […]

SENA Leather Folio iPad Case

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

With so very many folio-style iPad cases on the market at the moment, you might think manufacturers would lose all hope of grabbing their piece of the pie. SENA, however, have not only entered the iPad case fray, but they’ve done it in full force and produced a Folio case that combines the best of […]

Proporta Soft-feel Silicone iPhone 4 Case Review

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

I’ve made it no secret that I’m not a huge fan of silicone cases, but Proporta have made an admirable effort with their Soft-feel silicone case, designed to not only protect your iPhone 4 from bumps and scuffs, but protect you from your own disgraceful lack of hygiene. Oh, wait! Aren’t Apple users are a […]