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Dec 09

StarTech.com DisplayPort to VGA Converter Review

Published in Other Products, Reviews | Written by Matt

For those of you with an Apple MacBook Pro, it’s always annoying when you want to be able to just hook up one of your spare monitors, but you find that the MacBook Pro doesn’t even have a VGA port! Well, the StarTech.com DisplayPort to VGA Converter is be the ideal companion for your MacBook Pro. Retailing at around £28, it’s cheaper than the alternatives from Apple and works even better.

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Dec 08

Hanns.G HL231 Monitor Review

Published in Monitors and TVs, Reviews | Written by Matt

If you’re on a budget and are stuck for ideas on what to buy, the Hanns.G HL231 monitor could be exactly what you’re looking for. Retailing at only £110, the 23-inch LED-based monitor provides a range of different features including a slimline design, 1920 x 1080 resolution, an Eco mode and weighs in at only 3.3kg. Let’s take a look and see what the HL231 has to offer…

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Dec 08

Synology DS212 NAS Review

Published in Reviews, Storage Drives | Written by Matt

With the amount of computers in households rising at an extreme rate, an easier way of sharing files between computers is definitely needed. Normally you’d have to go about setting up shared folders across the network, which, as some of you probably know, is not the most reliable system. Well, today we have the Synology DS212 NAS to review which will definitely make your lives easier if you’re looking for a simple way to share files across your home network.

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Dec 06

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch (2011) Review

Published in Laptops, Reviews | Written by Matt

We’ve managed to get the mid 2011 edition of the 13-inch Apple MacBook Air to review for you guys. The mid-range upgraded models all feature Intel i5 processors and 4GB of memory, which, when compared with the previous late 2010 models that featured Intel Core 2 Duo processors and 2GB of memory, is definitely a significant power boost. Let’s see how it performs…

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Dec 01

Pure Chronos iDock Series II Review

Published in Reviews, Smartphone Accessories, Speakers | Written by Matt

The Pure Chronos iDock Series II, which is the second iteration of the already very well made Chronos iDock, is a DAB/FM Stereo Clock Radio with Dock for iPod and iPhone. Coupled with an RRP of around £80, the Chronos iDock Series II should give us with some very impressive results. Let’s take a closer look…

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Nov 28

Griffin TuneFlex AUX HandsFree Review

Published in Reviews, Smartphone Accessories | Written by Matt

We’ve got the Griffin TuneFlex AUX HandsFree to review today. The TuneFlex is part of the brand new DriveSafe range of products launched by Griffin earlier this month and boasts an AUX/Mic cable that allows you to send audio, both calls and music, to your car speakers whilst also letting you talk handsfree. Let’s see how well it performs…

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Nov 25

Samsung Galaxy S II Review

Published in Reviews, Tablets & Smartphones | Written by Matt

Once again we have an extremely powerful smartphone in our possession, the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Galaxy S II is probably one of the most popular devices this year thanks to its large, extremely high quality 4.3-inch display, dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, which enable it to carry out a whole range of processes without any problem at all. Combined with the brilliant design and £400 price tag, the Samsung Galaxy S II seems like the perfect phone. Let’s see how it performs…

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Nov 22

Samsung MB-MS8GA 8GB microSDHC Card Review

Published in Reviews, Storage Drives | Written by Matt

Better cameras and recording equipment obviously require more space to store your files. The Samsung MB-MS8GA 8GB microSDHC card is the perfect option. It’s Full HD compliant, capable of storing 2000 photos, 2 hours of HD video and 2000 songs. Samsung also claim that the MB-MS8GA is near-indestructible so we’ll be putting this to the test later on as well.

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Nov 17

Blue Snowflake Microphone Review

Published in Peripherals, Reviews | Written by Matt

A good microphone can be used in all types of scenarios whether it’s recording a commentary on a Battlefield 3 video to just chatting to a friend on Skype. Today we have Blue Snowflake microphone to review. It’s a professional microphone in a very small package, so let’s see how it performs…

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Nov 15

Samsung Solid Immerse Review

Published in Reviews, Tablets & Smartphones | Written by Matt

The Samsung Solid Immerse is a sturdy and rugged mobile phone for those with a more adventurous side and who prefer to spend time outdoors. And no, I don’t mean leaving the computer to go to McDonalds….

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New Apple iPad 3 Review

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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Jul 16

Prolimatech Megahalems CPU Cooler

Prolimatech are a company I have not previously encountered. After a brief inspection of their site it would appear that they have not been established for that long either. One of their first products to be introduced into the market is their Megahalems CPU cooler. Boasting an impressive array of heatpipes, fins and a single 120mm fan, it’s certainly heading in the right direction.

The cooler is compatible with the latest Intel i7’s processors but with a TDP of 130W to counter, many coolers have come unstuck and simply wilted in the heat. So, have the new boys bitten off more than they can chew or is this an up-and-coming triumph? Only one way to find out…

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Oct 19

Arctic Cooling K381 Ultra-Slim Keyboard

Arctic Cooling are renowned in the computing industry for their performance CPU and VGA Coolers. However, it now seems Arctic are widening their product market with peripherals and audio components. One such peripheral offered is the K381 computer keyboard.Boasting an ultra-slim ‘Mac-like’ design, the K381 also offers to be comfortable and multi-functional. Read on to find out whether Arctic Cooling’s claims are correct.

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Jul 15

Noiseblocker BlackSilent Fans

Noiseblocker are a company known for listening to the media and improving their products. Today we’ll be trying out the revision 3 of their fans from their BlackSilent range. These fans have been improved extensively and after the reports from revision 2 of this model, can these fans actually get much better? Well, read on and you’ll find out…

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