Archive for April, 2013

Oh dear, I’ve become a Converse convert

Friday, April 19th, 2013

Yes… I’m writing about Converse on my tech blog. Deal with it. You wont find an affiliate link here, these views and experiences are entirely my own. Wherever there are brands, there are people who will get passionate about them. And as I’ve been keen to evangelise the technology brands I care about, I feel […]

Gemini Duo 9.7 Android Jelly Bean Tablet Reviewed

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

I took a look at the Gemini Duo 9.7, a feature-packaged, Android Jellybean powered, multi-coloured yet highly affordable tablet from Gemini Devices. With Quad Core graphics, a Dual Core CPU, 1GB DDR memory and 16GB of storage plus an SD card for expansion its vital statistics are promising. These are backed up with a plethora […]

Be.Ez LA Allure iPhone 4S Case Review

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

My first thoughts on taking the LA Allure case out of it’s packaging was that it looked very pretty but was too light to give any protection to the iPhone. Thankfully, I was wrong. Despite being slim and feather light (14g), the hard casing still gives your device full protection on the back and around […]

ArmourDillo Hybrid Nexus 4 case review

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

This truly is a Gadgetoid favourite. The ArmourDillo Hybrid Nexus 4 case from MobileFun is the TRANSFORMERS IN DISGUISE of Nexus 4 cases, allowing you to detach the stand-cum-hardened (fnarr fnarr) outer polycarbonate impact resistant exoskeleton from its inner TPU case. So this is really two cases in one. What a smeggin’ bargain!

Flexishield Skin Nexus 4 case review

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Having recently moved up in the world from a Nokia N8 to a Nexus 4, I found myself in need of some cases to protect my brand new shiny. First up, is the Flexishield Skin for Nexus 4 from MobileFun. This crystal case provides a cheap and relatively inconspicuous way to protect your Google N4. […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Accessories

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

The Galaxy Note 8 is possibly one of the most interesting players in the Android arena. It harks back to the days of yore and old, when tablet computers came equipped with a stylus and responded poorly, at best, to tentative finger japs. The “Note” series, however, blends the best of both worlds, delivering stylus […]