Archive for July, 2010

Beyza iPhone 4 Retro Slim Leather Slip Case

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

The first iPhone 4 case has arrived on my desk, and it’s a beauty from Beyza. There’s not a lot to say apart from the fact that it’s well put together, clean, simple, stylish, form fitting and pretty cheap at €27.95. After a few weeks of use I can say that I’m happy with the […]

Oberon Design leather artisan iPad case review

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

In my continuing mission to find the greatest iPad case in all creation I have happened upon another likely candidate. Oberon Design have produced a range of absolutely stunning cases fashioned from leather and pewter, and sporting a vintage look that will literally stun anyone who looks upon it. Oberon take their cases beyond “designer” […]

Singularity – Xbox 360 review

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Review by Johnus Maximus During the 1950’s, in a bid to become the dominant global superpower, Russian scientists are forced to embark on pioneering research into newly discovered element “E-99”, the results of which cause a catastrophic rift in space and time. Developed by Raven Software and published by Activision, Singularity is a first-person shooter […]

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands – Xbox 360 review

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Review by Johnus Maximus A desperate act by the Prince’s brother unleashes upon the world a demonic army controlled by a powerful djinn. The brothers must reunite two parts of an ancient, legendary seal in order to shut away the evil. Brought to you by Ubisoft Montreal, The Forgotten Sands ignores the 2008 reboot and […]

SteelSeries Siberia V2 Headset Review

Sunday, July 11th, 2010

It’s very rare that a set of cans, or stonkin’ great headphones, will replace my beloved Roland RH300s for any length of time. But the Siberia V2 has done just that. Admittedly, the Rolands are wearing out somewhat from sheer excessive use, so I welcome another set to step in and hold the flame for […]

Get Your Free iPhone 4 Case Starting Monday

Sunday, July 11th, 2010

From their growing selection of iPhone 4 cases, gadget-accessory supplier MobileFun will offer this plain and simple silicone skin absolutely free starting this Monday (12th July 2010). There is a catch, you’re going to have to pay postage and packing, but the £7.49 price of the case will be waived with the simple use of […]

Your Phone Might Have FM Radio, But My iPhone 4 Has DAB

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

One might balk at the iPhone 4 for its lack of FM radio. But the fact is that the brilliant Roberts Robi, which I looked at donkeys years ago, adds not only FM radio to your iPhone 4, but DAB and an inline remote to boot. And that’s the great thing about the iPhone. It […]

Waterfield iPad Smart Case Review

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

I’m starting to lose count of the reams of iPad cases that are slowly, but surely burying me under a mountain of silicone and leather, but it doesn’t stop me looking. Every once in a while something unique and really interesting comes along, and the Waterfield iPad Smart Case is one such example. Many may […]

Cool Bananas Hard Cover Netbook Case Fits The iPad

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Gearzap, purveyor of a plethora of ipad cases (not to mention iPhone 4 accessories via their sister site) also manage to solve the tote bag problem with the Cool Bananas Hard Cover Netbook Case. I received this case for review a while back, when I was busy raving about the Samsung NC10 and have recently […]

iPhone 4 Cases

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Better late than never! I’ve finally got my hands on the fabled, all singing, all dancing, signal attenuating iPhone 4. Yes I’m left handed, and yes the signal absolutely bombs out if I hold the iPhone in the “wrong” way and takes a while to recover. I don’t see how a software fix can change […]