Archive for September, 2010

Griffin GuitarConnect Review

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

One might be forgiven for saying “it’s just a cable,” and that’s all the Griffin GuitarConnect Cable is at face value. But what it represents is liberation, a pathway to creativity and access to a diverse variety of reasonably good quality filters which would set you back a pretty penny in pedal form. I’ve got […]

SteelSeries Xai Gaming Mouse Review

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

I made no secret about my love for the SteelSeries Ikari Laser mouse, it was a great performer and had an interesting ergonomic that worked in both my left and right hand, despite being sculpted for the right. SteelSeries have broken the mould, however, and produced the Xai. A mouse that is to the Ikari […]

iLuv Vibe Plus Dual Alarm Clock Review

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

I’ve been getting up at ludicrous tines in the morning lately, working long days, coming home to the chaos of a kitchen fitting and finally hitting the hay far later than is healthy. I tell you this so that you fully appreciate just how effective and persistent an alarm clock has to be to raise […]

Alienware Orion Backpack Review

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

The astute Gadgetoid reader will notice that my search for the ultimate gadget bag has been slow but ongoing. Most of what I’ve looked at thus far has been centered around a 13-15″ laptop, but the Alienware Orion Backpack is different. Those who have, for some reason, owned a ridiculously excessive Alienware Laptop (although to […]

Parallels 6 For Mac First Impressions Review

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

After what seems like far too short a period of time since the release of Parallels 5 for Mac, Parallels 6 has landed. We’ve been expecting it for a few weeks, thanks to a couple of leaks, and playing with it for a few days thanks to an early release for existing users. The Verdict? […]