Review: BoomBotix Boom 1 portable speaker

  This funky little speaker is designed to be clipped on so you can enjoy your music as you cycle etc. You can plug them together with friends to create your own version of surround sound. So I guess this is a social speaker! It is rechargeable and is quick…

Review: Edifier- Aurora speaker

Over the next week or so we will be reviewing a few items that might make good presents for this time of year. Kicking off our Christmas Gift Guide -The Edifier Aurora Speaker System This is a little bargain 2.1 speaker system from Edifier in a range of metallic colours…

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Solving issues with Upgrading to Windows 8

          TDL’s Garry Whittaker has put together a load of very useful tips for people having issues upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 8. I think they probably also apply to Windows Vista to 8 as well. You can find the list of possible fixes at…

Review: Fabulous Fun Fitbit

So you think you are getting lots of exercise and doing really well? Nothing shifting on your weight? Well time to get a few home truths. Clip on a fitbit and find out if you really move as much as you think you do. Yes at first glance you may…

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Quick Review: Retrak Netbook Power cable

If you read my previous review of Retrak’s Laptop power cable you will know I loved the concept but was worried about the information supplied to enable me to use it with my device. My comments stand on knowing which cable you need for your laptop(70 watts not helping a…

Review: Hauppauge myTV2go

The myTV2go is a  wireless device from Hauppauge which enables you to watch telly on the move using your iPad, iPhone, Mac, or Windows PC. I carried out the the test in a simple way by downloading the free app to the iPad. This is powered by Fuugo which will…

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Review: Kingston HyperX 64GB DataTraveller USB3.0

Kingston reserves the HyperX brand for its top performing products and this stylish if a little chunky USB stick is no exception. Chunky is of course relative when you consider this is a 64GB pen drive – a capacity you would have had to go for a full size external…

Review ReTrak–Solving the cable conundrum

Ok now as a globe trotter the challenge is always not to end up with a bag that weighs a ton. Yes I have wondered how some very slight girls did not fall over backwards when climbing the steps to a hostel with a giant rucksack on their back. The…

Review: Boogie Board

No not for you surfing dudes. So take off the board shorts and sit back and chill. This is a scribbling pad that can be reused 50,000 times. There are three models 8.5 inches, 10.5 inches and the Boogie Board rip which you can save the images from and transfer…

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Review: Kingston Wi-Drive

You know that old proverb don’t spoil the ship for ha’penny of tar, that really sums up the Kingston Wi-Drive. In many ways it is a fabulous concept – A great looking Wi-Fi enabled hard drive that you can access from your mobile devices (in this case iPhones and iPad)…

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