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Apr 30

Raspberry Pi Review

Published in PCs, Reviews | Written by Edan

The Raspberry Pi is a small pc that plugs into your TV and has USB inputs for a keyboard and mouse. The computer itself has 512mb of RAM, and runs a Linux based operating system called Debian.

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Mar 27

Tritton AX 720 Gaming Headset Review

Published in Headsets, Reviews | Written by Chris

The Tritton AX 720 gaming headset is a 7.1 surround sound headset that features immersive 3D directional audio, separate game and voice controls, as well as deep bass and crisp highs. Based on the description, the Tritton AX 720 should prove to be absolutely brilliant and well worth the £130 price tag. Let’s find out…

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Mar 23

Case Logic Compact Systems Camera Bag Review

Published in Camera Accessories, Reviews | Written by Matt

If you’ve purchased a relatively expensive camera or one that comes with interchangeable lenses, you’re going to want a camera bag that can protect everything you put inside it. Well, the Case Logic Compact Systems Camera Bag is the perfect choice for those of you with Samsung N Series cameras, Panasonic G Series cameras and also a few others. Let’s take a closer look…

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Mar 20

Nokia Lumia 710 Unboxing and First Look

Published in Reviews, Tablets & Smartphones | Written by Matt

We’ve got the Nokia Lumia 710 to take a look at today. We’re going to be doing a quick unboxing and having the first look around the Nokia Lumia 710.

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Mar 19

Capdase Smart Tripod For iPhone 4 / 4S Review

Published in Reviews, Smartphone Accessories | Written by Matt

If you want to record videos using your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, you normally have to put up with the camera shake and overall low-quality that comes with holding the phone in your hand. Well, the Capdase Smart Tripod for iPhone 4 / 4S is the perfect solution to shaky film footage and only costs £25!

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Mar 16

New Apple iPad 3 Review

Published in Reviews, Tablets & Smartphones | Written by Matt

The new Apple iPad is finally here and we’ve got the 16GB Wi-Fi version to review for you. The new Apple iPad features the Apple A5X chip, which provides a dual-core processor and quad-core graphics. As well as these, the battery has also been improved to bring the same 10 hours of battery life, which we saw on the iPad two, whilst using the brand new Retina Display. However, if you’ve already got an iPad 2 is the upgrade worth it? Let’s find out…

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Mar 15

Concrete Cases Hook Case – Laptop Bag Review

Published in Laptop Bags, Reviews | Written by Matt

The need for a high-quality laptop bag is always going to be there, no matter how sturdy your laptop is, but bulky and unattractive comes to mind when you think of the normal design of a laptop bag. That’s where the Concrete Cases Hook Case comes in. Concrete Cases are a brand new company who provide beautifully made laptop bags, which are also extremely durable and protective. Let’s see how well it performs…

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Mar 14

Samsung Galaxy Note Review

Published in Reviews, Tablets & Smartphones | Written by Matt

We’ve got the Samsung Galaxy Note to review for you today. Samsung say that it’s the “Ultimate on-the-go device” and to say that it is powerful is probably the biggest understatement this year. The Galaxy Note sports a gigantic 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display, a 1.4GHz dual-core processor and takes stunning photos and video with its 8MP Full HD 1080p camera.

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Mar 13

Dell M110 Projector Review

Published in Projectors, Reviews | Written by Chris

A small, lightweight, high-definition multimedia projector that you can simply pop into your bag and take with you on the road? We’ll be very impressed if this is the case for the Dell M110 projector. Let’s run it through some tests and see how it performs.

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Mar 12

Samsung Series 7 Chronos Laptop Review

Published in Laptops, Reviews | Written by Matt

We’ve got the Samsung Series 7 Chronos laptop to review today. It’s a very high-spec 15-inch laptop that has the potential to match the performance of the Apple MacBook Pro. Thanks to the inclusion of a 2.2GHz Intel Core i7 quad-core processor and an AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 1GB of video memory, we should see some very impressive results. Let’s take a closer look.

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Which Apple iPad should you choose?

Which Apple iPad should you choose?

If you’re looking to purchase an Apple iPad, there are a few things you need to consider. Are you going to really notice the Retina Display, use the upgraded 5-megapixel camera or use the new 4G connectivity? If you answered no to any of those, then you might want to take a look at this guide on choosing the right iPad.

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How to replace cracked iPhone 3GS screen

So you’ve just been to a party and woken up with a throbbing hangover to find your iPhone screen is cracked. Familiar story? It’s happened to me, too many times! Fret not though, it’s really easy to replace a cracked iPhone screen and can be done for a just a fiver!

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May 26

Vizo Luxon Advanced ED

External hard drives are being used more frequently now because of the new digital era and the fact people are now – – at last – – starting to backup data. Prices for external hard drives have also fallen massively, with prices ranging from as low as £50 for a 320GB model. However, if you have an old PC which you are not using, you may be able to use the hard disk from that, this will mean you will just need to buy an enclosure, costing as little as £20. If you haven’t guessed already, we’ll now be reviewing a hard drive enclosure. Introducing the Vizo Luxon Advanced ED.

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May 23

Lexar JumpDrive Lightning

Nowadays everyone has a flash drive. The prices for USB drives have fallen dramatically in recent years meaning it’s now a good time to replace your old sluggish drive. But why would you want to do this? Well, with the release of Windows Vista and Ready boost (enabling you to use Flash Drives as RAM); the transfer speeds on many drives has increased so transferring your files will be quicker than ever. Also, programs can now be installed on drives, enabling you to run Email Clients, Office Tools etc all off of your USB stick. However, to do this, a vast amount of disk space is needed on your drive, but don’t fret, 4GB flash drives can now be had for around £30. Today we’ll be testing a new drive from Lexar, the 4GB JumpDrive Lightning, lets see if this drive really lives up to its name.

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Aug 01

Casemate Tough Case for iPhone 4 Review

When I first pulled this case out of the packaging it felt great in the hand and I knew it was of very good quality, it’s a two piece case, you firstly place it into a silicon coat which is used as a cushion when the case is on impact, this silicon does collect dust but it’s not really a problem due to it not being seen.

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Jun 17

Scythe Mugen 2 Cooler

It seems when CPU coolers are designed these days appearance is the main concern for the designers. The one with the most lights or copper on display steals all the attention. What happened to the old days? Competition is your answer my friend. In the computing industry nowadays, there are many companies manufacturing OEM CPU coolers. Smaller companies are then buying these OEM’s, shoving an LED fan or two on and rebranding them. And the sad thing is, is that we’re buying them! One such company who is very against this is Scythe. Scythe design all their own CPU coolers, they’re completely unique! Today we have a cooler for review from Scythe, the Mugen 2, alike many of Scythe’s products, this one too is beefy but basic in bling, let’s see how this bad boy performs…

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