Archive for January, 2009

Line6 Pocket Pod Pack Gets You Started

Friday, January 30th, 2009

It’s difficult to own a guitar and not have heard of Line6’s POD range. If, however, you’ve still not got your hands on one, or simply find the plethora of accessories you might need to get the most out of it just a little overwhelming, you might be interested in the Pocket Pod Pack. The […]

Non-Functional Pandora FDM Case Assembled

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

The video says it all. It’s a thing of beauty and it’s certainly refreshing to see the “world’s most powerful handheld” take shape.

Arcam Solo rDock

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

I’ve finally had a chance to hook up the Arcam Solo Mini to it’s lovely little MUSO speakers and proceed with the slightly overcomplicated attachment of the equally lovely rDock accessory which allows the connection and control of iPods/iPhones to high-end the mini-system. The rDock connects via RCA for audio directly to the Arcam Solo, […]

Final Pandora Renders

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Okay, so they’re just renders, but they’re representative of the final case prototype which should arrive in one of the developer’s hands on Monday. We can then expect photos of an actual Pandora case, albeit not a finished, CNCed one.

Kung Fu Panda – Xbox 360

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Review by Johnus Maximus In the summer of 2008, DreamWorks Animation brought to the silver screen a new breed of action hero, one who is clumsy, lazy, overweight and extremely hairy. Jack Black was the voice of this animated hero, Po, also known as the Kung Fu Panda. Around the same time, video game adaptations […]

OpenPandora Blog Updates

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

There have been a couple of updates to the OpenPandora blog. The first and foremost attempts to clearly explain the difficulties in getting the Pandora to market, which center around the issue with Craig’s bank account being frozen halting their cash flow and preventing them from paying suppliers and manufacturers of crucial parts. In light […]

Griffin iPod iPhone Powerdock

Monday, January 19th, 2009

The Griffin PowerDock is one of those products that does exactly what it says on the tin in a largely unexciting but elegant way. Capable of charging either two or four iPods, be they iPhones, iPod Touches or any other iPod product bar the shuffle, the PowerDock is an attractive desktop stand that will consolidate […]

Welcome To The NetBook Band-Wagon

Monday, January 19th, 2009

Well now every major laptop manufacturer has jumped firmly upon the netbook band-wagon with products that are ever growing in both size and price it’s time for the unlikelies to join the fray. Two such contenders have so far stepped up to provide their horribly generic and probably re-branded offerings: Archos and CherryPal. Rant warning. […]

Edifier Luna 5 iPod Dock

Monday, January 19th, 2009

Edifier have opted to add to the ever growing wealth of iPod-related curious you can strategically place in kitchen to crank out the tuneage whilst you cook… or sit waiting for takeaway. The Edifier Luna 5 sports a decidedly bold and brave design which could be construed as moon-like, but does appear from the front […]

Swann PenCam DVR

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Swann, makers of security monitoring solutions and IT peripherals have a product in their range of home/small business security devices that might interest those of you with a need for discrete and covert espionage. The PenCam DVR offers video and audio recording capability, neatly tucked away within the workings of a slightly chunky ballpoint pen. […]