Archive for February, 2012

Sandberg Micro WiFi USB Dongle Review

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

USB Wireless Adaptors are a curious product category with what would initially appear to be a rapidly dwindling market. It’s hard to find anything these days without WiFi built right in. But there’s an ever-growing demand for USB WiFi Dongles in an unlikely place; the world of homebrew hardware, Raspberry Pi’s, Beagle Boards and OpenPandora […]

SONY PS Vita Starter Kit Reviewed

Saturday, February 25th, 2012

If, like me, you picked up your PS Vita on the 22nd, you’ll no-doubt be looking for a decent case to protect your shiny new bundle of awesome and will probably be in the market for other PS Vita Accessories. Look no further than the Starter Kit, which as its name suggests should get you […]

HTC ChaCha Review

Saturday, February 25th, 2012

Before becoming smitten with the iPhone, I was an HTC user and gained an appreciation for their products that has not been shattered since. Despite the unfortunate plague of Android tearing through the mobile market, although to be fair it’s a little better than the Windows Mobile I used back in the day, HTC continue […]

SteelSeries Kana Mouse Review

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Taking a step up from the Kinzu the SteelSeries Kana is the middle-ground of SteelSeries gaming mice, representing the balance of price and features that will suit most gamers. Dubbed “The Middle Child” by SteelSeries themselves, the Kana is positioned in between the Sensei and Kinzu in both physical size and features. The Kana is […]

SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Mouse Review

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Gaming mice are great, but they’re called gaming mice for a reason. They’re geared heavily towards gaming, tend to be bristling with buttons and are often quite bulky and not overly suited to a family computer. As us gamers grow up we have to face the fact that our gaming rigs of yore and old […]

SoulCalibur V review (PS3)

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Review by John Cranston Welcome back to the stage of history, a time when combat was civilised and men, women and monsters fought each other with swords and sticks, not their bare fists. With this new instalment, developers Project Soul have done much with SoulCalibur V - available now for PS3 and Xbox 360 - to ensure it […]