Archive for May, 2008

Or Wii-er-ly Ill!

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

Well, I lost weight! I wish I could say it was through 4 days of solid Wii Fit training but the day missing from the graph was, inevitably, the pinnacle of my battle with the aforementioned virus which struck the day before and is still lingering. At least the Wii Board brings boring old bathroom […]

Soon I’ll be Wii-er-ly Fit

Sunday, May 25th, 2008

Well, it’s a dull rainy day today and we’ve all come down with a not-so-lovely vomiting virus or at least our fairer halves have; for now. After a Friday evening playing Rock Band until the early hours of the morning followed by a day of downtime, a little Wii Fit and a smattering of World […]

Sony MicroVault ‘Click’ USB Flash Drives

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

The Sony MicroVault Click USB Flash Drive is intended for the discerning consumer who doesn’t just grab a fist-full of generic Ebuyer drives. It comes in two ranges ‘MicroVault Click Excellence’ ad ‘MicroVault Click’ targeted at business and consumers respectively.

Denon AH-D2000 High-end Closed Headphones

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Based on the £500 lavishly designed, real-wood Denon AH-D5000 and hitting a significantly lower price point of £250 the Denon AH-D2000 are high-end to the very core and designed only for the most discerning of deep-walleted music lovers.

OneClean Screen And Keyboard Cleaners

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Getting excited over and producing editorial content for products that are so incredibly mundane and simple may seem a little insane but there is method to my madness. Simply put the OneClean screen and keyboard cleaners are excellent products. Not only that but they are incredibly well presented and packaged to such an extent that […]

Pinnacle Video Transfer

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

In short the compact and moderately attractive Pinnacle Video Transfer is a device that will allow you to copy any S-Video or Composite video source to any USB mass storage device in a breeze and without needing a PC to get it up and running or do the grunt work.

TuneRanger Syncs Your iPod With Multiple Computers

Monday, May 12th, 2008

I’ve always found the iPod a pain when I’ve wanted to update it with some songs at work, out of the box there’s simply no way to synchronise it with iTunes installed on my windows workstation and maintain my sync with iTunes on my Mac at home. So, naturally, when I saw a promotion for […]

Ricoh R8 First Impressions

Monday, May 12th, 2008

I was reasonably impressed by the Caplio R6 in late 2007 however the successor to its successor the Ricoh Caplio R8 is truly in a whole different class of compact camera to its grandfather. I’ve had a few days now to play with a Ricoh R8 and both myself, my family, friends and colleagues have […]

Altinex Releases Multitouch Panels

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Altinex, a leading manufacturer of modular AV solutions, have added to their line of AV control systems and jumped upon the multi-touch band wagon with the release of their MultiTouch product line.

Novation XioSynth Controller and Synthesizer Review

Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

Joining our ranks of Novation products is the XioSynth Controller and Synthesizer which is a mixed bag that might appeal to some and turn off others with its incredibly compact and good looking silver/grey finished body with rounded edges for an appealing but not necessarily very robust aesthetic that seems more suited to the studio […]