Archive for the ‘Home Entertainment’ Category

Intempo Bluetooth Speaker Review

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Stereo bluetooth headphones are all well and good when you want to get audio out of your phone for personal listening, but what about using it as a replacement for a kitchen radio, or a bit of living room easy listening? Unless you’ve got an iPhone, the chances of picking up a purpose built dock […]

Roberts Revival RD50 Review Old Style New Sound

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

Without a shadow of a doubt, the best looking radio from the Roberts camp is the Revival. Whether you dig classic styling or not, the good looks of the revival compared to the rest of the Roberts range are unquestionable. This may be indicative more of the garish, unrefined and bland designs of its cousins. […]

Eclipse TD 307PA II Review

Friday, September 11th, 2009

If you take your music seriously, even whilst you’re sitting at your desk working away, then a decent set of stereo desktop speakers is a must have. The Eclipse TD 307PA II are a fine example, except rather than simply settling for being decent they are truly spectacular. The Eclipse TD 307PA II speakers exemplify […]

InFocus X9 720p Projector Review

Monday, September 7th, 2009

Putting the Samsung P400b aside, the InFocus X9 constitutes my first real projector review. Due to a complete lack of any reference point, or anything to compare the InFocus X9 to, I am forced to produce an article which focusses on its own strengths and weaknesses. This is not an entirely bad thing, however, as […]

Samsung P400B “Pocket” LED Projector Review

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

Let’s get this out in the open right off the bat, if you think the P400 “Pocket” Projector will actually fit in the average pocket, you’ve been misled by the peculiar title. This particular “Pocket” projector is incredibly small, but it’s not that small! I’ve decided to bring projector reviews to Gadgetoid, and this review […]

PURE Reach F10 Remote For Your Evoke Flow

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

Whilst idly digging around the menus on your Evoke Flow, you might have noticed a remote pairing option. This is because PURE have backed up the Evoke Flow with the ultimate accessory for the couch potato, an optional IR remote. First, it’s clear why the remote is optional. The PURE Evoke Flow (although not the […]

NextBase Click 7 In-Car DVD Player

Saturday, July 25th, 2009

I was perusing Halfords a couple of days ago, admiring pink steering wheel covers and seat covers emblazoned with teddy bears in a thoroughly manly fashion, when the in-car DVD Player display caught my eye. Dominating over half of the display was the new NextBase Click & Go range. The range consists of a 7″ […]

Proporta DVD/Netbook Case Reviewed

Monday, June 15th, 2009

I’ve thus far resisted the temptation to pick up a portable DVD player favoring, instead, a humble, hand-holdable PMP to pacify a bored, car-bound baby. I picked up the Proporta DVD/Netbook case after seeing it in the results for Samsung NC10 cases, alas it doesn’t actually fit the Samsung NC10 nor any other 10″ Netbook […]

Live And On-Demand Sky TV Coming To An Xbox 360 Near You

Friday, May 29th, 2009

In, perhaps, the most significant bit of Xbox 360 entertainment news since we “brits” have been crying over the lack of any sort of on-demand, subscription based movie or television content on our Xbox 360s (damn you, Netflix), Sky and Xbox 360 have joined forces to bring their SkyPlayer service to subscribers’ Xbox 360s and, […]

Antec A/V Cooler

Monday, April 27th, 2009

When Antec aren’t throwing together stylish, silent or utterly absurd desktop computer cases they’re busy applying their quiet cooling know-how to anything else that could possibly require a cool breeze in order to prolong its lifespan. One such device, The Antec A/V Cooler, is apparently “the perfect device for cooling all your home audio/video equipment.” […]