Blue Sadie Over-Ear Headphones Review

Blue is not a brand that I would normally associate with premium headphones, but they do have strong credentials with audio in the form of their universally praised microphones. Their entry into the headphone market is an interesting one, as they are jumping straight into the upper mid and high-end market. Their flagship product called … Read more

Adata AI920 i-Memory Lightning Flash Drive Review

The AData i-Memory flash drive is a little different than your bog-standard USB drive. This has 2 ports, one USB 3.1 and one Lightning, allowing you to connect it directly to a lightning equipped iOS device. At just 6.9mm thin and 3.6g light it is as small or smaller than most normal USB drives, and … Read more

Buffalo MiniStation Velocity 960GB external SSD Review

Solid State Storage is all the rage for laptops and desktops nowadays, it offers exponentially better performance than a mechanical drive while being smaller, quieter and giving off less heat. However, they are expensive compared to their mechanical equivalents and store less data, this means that we haven’t really seen many external SSDs on the … Read more

Engie Car App Review – Bluetooth OBD-II Scanner

Car mechanics have been using the Onboard diagnostics built into cars to identify problems with your vehicle for years. The interface is quite simple to access and it is normally located slightly hidden away in your car. Thanks to cheap Chinese manufacturers there has been a growing supply of cheap readers allowing regular users to … Read more

Startech Thunderbolt 3 to Dual HDMI Adapter Review

USB3.1 and Thunderbolt are only just becoming mainstream, but they offer a huge amount of benefits over legacy connections. The Thunderbolt controller offers 40 Gbit/s (5 GB/s) of bandwidth, providing enough bandwidth to drive multiple devices including dual 4K monitors. The adapter we have today does just that; you can drive two 4K monitors at … Read more

LightwaveRF Smart Home Automation Review

Lightwave has released a new controller that is compatible with Alex and you can read the review here LightwaveRF is a UK based company specialising in home automation / smart home products. In comparison to other smart home companies, LightwaveRF seems to sit a bit in the middle ground of products they offer. There are … Read more

Kensington KeyFolio Exact with Keyboard for iPad Air Review

We have reviewed a few tablet cases recently and today we have the Kensington KeyFolio Exact for you. This case ups the ante quite a bit and is a folio style case with a bluetooth keyboard which currently retails at £119.99 on the Kensignton website. At nearly £120 this is not aimed at your casual … Read more

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