Category: Reviews

Brasso Gadgetcare

The Brasso Gadgetcare product is designed for cleaning and shining gadgets and removing those pesky fingerprints and marks. Sure, you could polish your phone with your sleave or rub against your shirt every once in a while, but the smudges and smears...

NoiseHush N650 Solar Bluetooth Car Kit

The NoiseHush N650 is a small solar-powered car kit. It charges the 100mAh battery from the light of the sun and, in theory, you can have "unlimited talk time" in direct sun light. When there's no sun you do get a charger in the shape of a cigarette...

Herotab M802 / aPad MX515

This device looks a lot like another very popular device. The design of it is, and let's be honest here, a clone of the Apple iPad.. give or take a few inches. Inside it runs Android 2.2 and there's the very latest Flash 10.1 and an 800MHz CPU. …

HTC 7 Mozart

This is a phone that, like the HTC Legend, is created from one single piece of aluminium. It makes the device sturdy, solid and cool to hold. The HTC 7 Mozart has hi-fi audio, with SRS WOW HD sound for an improved audio experience. The Zune music in...

Sony Ericsson LiveView

Sony Ericsson call this a "Phone Remote". Wearable on your wrist or on your clothes with the help of a clip, it communicates with your mobile and displays information from your phone. It'll also let you find your phone, control music and adjust volum...

HTC Wildfire

The HTC Wildfire. Let me crack open a beer and tell you a story. We were invited down to London for a preview of the Wildfire and, unless I'm completely wrong, it was met with a fairly mute reception from the press. Why? Well, it has roughly the …

Nexus One

So what is it exactly that makes the Nexus One so special as an Android phone, well the obvious reason it it was made by HTC but totally how Google wanted it to be, no customisation, no branding, just a good solid well built phone for developers and …

Motorola FLIPOUT

Following our recent look at the X10 Mini we've now got another dinky Android device. This is the Motorola FLIPOUT. It's named FLIPOUT because the keyboard rotates down from the lower left corner of the screen. It's a 2.8" screen and, without the ...

Samsung Galaxy S

So with the Galaxy S only just going on sale I have been very lucky to be able to get hold of a device to review for the site and test it out in real world use.  This has been my only phone to use so had to …

Sony Ericsson X10 Mini

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini is small. Now, before you click away in disgust at that opening sentence, let me just repeat that. It is small. There's no camera trickery going on here. This is the smallest phone I've ever tested. Get your cred...

Acer Stream Rewiew

The Acer Stream is available exclusively here in the UK on eXpansys. You won't currently see it on a contract or subsidised so you may have to think hard before giving away £399.99. The headline specs include HD video recording at 720p / 24 fram...

Orange San Francisco

The term "smartphone" has long been attached to the Android OS. It's meant that many have perhaps classed the device as a business tool or a high cost handset. Now, with Android appearing in a wider range of devices in various shapes and sizes, we're...

HTC Desire HD

  Specs CPU - 1GHz Storage - 1.5GB internal, 768MB RAM, microSD expansion Camera - 8 megapixel auto-focus and LED flash, 720p HD video recording, geotagging Connectors - 3.55mm audio jack, microUSB connector Sensors - G-Sensor, digital compass, ...

HTC Desire – Mini Review

The HTC Desire really caught us off-guard. If I'm honest the HTC Legend looked to be the better handset when we first saw them both. It was the design of the Legend that won us over, but the sales of the Desire seem to have proved otherwise. This …

HTC HD mini – Mini Review

Windows Mobile 6.5 is getting a bit long in the tooth now but write it off at your peril. The HTC HD2 is simply amazing thanks to the HTC Sense interface and there's still a big community out there. The HD2, which we reviewed here, has the 1Ghz …

Sumo Gamer Chair

Back in October 2006 we had a look at the Omni Beanbag Chair. It arrived flat-packed from the USA and we added our own beans. It was a weird thing for us to review, but we figured a lot of our time was spent sat down, so why …

HTC Car Upgrade Kit for HD2

The HTC HD2 official car kit is here. It's from HTC themselves and sold here by easydevices.co.uk. First up, I will mention the drawing on the box. I think it's supposed to show you that the car kit can mount on the dash or the windscreen, but they've …

HTC HD2 Extended Life Battery

Battery life. It's always a massive talking-point when you mention mobile phones. Come on, let's admit it, if we all had crappy old Nokia's with monochrome screens they'd last weeks without charging. Sure they would, but who wants to go back to a pho...

Laybag Leipzig

The Laybag is a tiny bean bag for your phone to rest on. It comes with a small "lip" to stop your phone slipping down and is useful as a temporary phone holder or a way to hold your phone at a viewable angle. It's ideal for watching …

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

The X10 reviewed here is exclusive to Orange in white. The X10 is an Android powered handset and there'll be more from the X10 family in the shape of the Mini and Mini Pro. This, however, is the big daddy and has specs a-plenty. It's a quad-band GSM...