Author Archives: Ewdison Then

I’m the co-founder of R3 Media LLC, the media company behind SlashGear & Android Community. At R3 Media, I’m responsible for business development, strategy, and building the company’s culture. My background in high performance computing and application development also see me deal with product development of R3 Media’s properties.

Seagate GoFlex TV HD Review

Seagate GoFlex TV HD Review

Back when we reviewed the Seagate GoFlex HDD we concluded that, while the concept of an external drive with interchangeable cables was reasonable, we thought it would make more sense when used with the company's multimedia docking stations. Happily that's just what we have on the SlashGear test bench today, the Seagate GoFlex TV HD, a standalone media player that boasts compatibility not only with the company's own GoFlex drives but with any USB storage.

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Gateway One ZX6900-01e Review

Gateway One ZX6900-01e Review

As people grow more used to reaching out and stabbing at displays with their fingers, the all-in-one touchscreen PC market keeps expanding. Gateway could almost be considered stalwarts of the segment; their latest model is the Gateway One ZX6900-01e, a 23-inch Full HD desktop packing Intel's latest Core i3 processor. But is it a touch of genius? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Spring Design Alex Review

Spring Design Alex Review

Two screens, Android OS and ebooks a-plenty: no, not Barnes & Noble's nook, but the Spring Design Alex. Promising extra flexibility than its big-name rival and an imminent partnership with Borders, the Alex nonetheless has to deliver if it's going to live up to a whopping $399 price tag. Can it hold off not only the Kindle and nook but the iPad currently looming over the ereader market? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Eye-Fi Pro X2 Review

Eye-Fi Pro X2 Review

Eye-Fi have managed to do - if not the impossible - then then unlikely: make camera storage fun. The new Eye-Fi Pro X2 is an 8GB SDHC memory card that promises to wirelessly transfer your photos and video to your home or work computer without demanding you mess with cables and card readers. It'll also upload shots automatically to Facebook, Flickr and other online galleries, together with geotagging them, and it'll do it faster too thanks to WiFi 802.11n and a new chipset. Still, is it worth $149.99? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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SlashGear HP Data Vault X510 Giveaway!

SlashGear HP Data Vault X510 Giveaway!

If there's one thing we love more than reviewing top tech kit here at SlashGear it's giving it away to our readers, and HP have come through with some brilliant hardware that's up for grabs. They've offered an HP Data Vault X510 Windows Home Server - equally at home managing your multimedia library as it is acting as a centric backup store for all the computers on your network - worth around $700 for one lucky SlashGear reader, together with a number of other tempting prizes.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z Review

Lenovo's attempts at all-in-one PCs have so far been confined to their consumer-centric lines, but with the ThinkCentre A70z they're pushing for your office (or at least your home-office). A sober black monolith with a surprisingly affordable price tag, Lenovo have paired the A70z with ambitious boot-time promises; is that enough to score a place on your desk? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Booq Mamba Shift L Backpack Review

Booq Mamba Shift L Backpack Review

Laptop bags aren't exactly glamorous, but the Booq Mamba Shift L manages to squeeze a little style into its otherwise sober appearance. The slash of red down the centre gusset, the armor-like segmented side panels and the almost tear-drop shape add up to a handsome, discrete way to carry your laptop along with everything else. Of course, the true test of a good bag is not just how well it manages to swallow your belongings but how easily you can then retrieve them; is the Mamba Shift a case of form over function? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Drobo S Review

Drobo S Review

Data Robotics' first Drobo model surprised a fair few people; the company billed their external storage array as an "intelligent data robot", making RAID-style redundancy if not glamorous then at least appealing. When we reviewed the first-gen model all the way back on October 2008, we felt a few qualms at its relatively high price tag but had little doubt over the security of our data. Now, with their range much enlarged, we've one of Data Robotics newest 'bots on the testbench, the Drobo S. Adding an extra drive bay to the original model, plus a few less obvious tweaks, is the Drobo S the droid you're looking for?

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