Search Results for: audible

Philips goLITE BLU Energy Light Review

Philips goLITE BLU Energy Light Review

You don't have to have been diagnosed with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) to come down with the winter blues, or indeed to require some help waking up in the morning or keeping momentum during the day. Philips reckons it has the answer in the shape of the goLITE BLU HF3330/HF3332, a portable light lamp that promises to wake you up refreshed, buoy you during the day, and even help you say goodbye to jetlag. Ambitious claims from a box of LEDs: check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

Continue Reading...

TP-LINK TL-SC4171G WiFi IP Camera Review

TP-LINK TL-SC4171G WiFi IP Camera Review

Burglars rummaging through your holiday gifts; cats shedding hair on your favorite jumper; your in-laws pulling up in the drive - sometimes it would be nice to have another set of eyes, just in case. TP-LINK can't graft extra eyeballs into your face, but its TL-SC4171G Pan/Tilt Surveillance Camera can give you real-time video monitoring with nothing more than mains power and a WiFi network. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

Continue Reading...

Qpad MK-85 and MK-50 gaming keyboards revealed

Qpad MK-85 and MK-50 gaming keyboards revealed

This holiday season you'll be making whichever gamers are closest to you the happiest they've been in days, supposing they're willing to get up and leave their desk and open a gift, that is - with the Qpad MK-85 and MK-50 gaming-oriented keyboards. These keyboards are bright as can be with backlit keys across the whole set of keys and both models boast a first for the hardware: Qpad claims that this is the first simultaneous keyboard tap capable USB keyboard set in the world. Sound like fun? Both of these keyboard models will be perfectly slick for all of your multi-batbelt needs as you careen through the streets of Arkham City (a game that'd just go lovely with these keyboards, just released on PC this week), and in the darkness you shall go with no sight troubles in the least.

Continue Reading...

Ferguson Hill FH009 Review

Ferguson Hill FH009 Review

Ferguson Hill is best known for its monumental FH001 and FH002, towering horns of transparent perspex with a similarly mammoth price tag. The company broached the computer/MP3 speaker market a few years back with the markedly more affordable FH007 system, and is back again with the FH009, aiming this time at the music and home cinema market. The premise is a setup both visually and aurally arresting; the price is a not-inconsiderable £795. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

Continue Reading...

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich complete guide

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich complete guide

It's time we learned about a whole new version of the Android mobile operating system from Google, this one numbered 4.0 and titled Ice Cream Sandwich. Google describes this version of Android as having improved multitasking, brought resizable widgets, added rich notifications and customizable home screens, and increases interactivity to a much deeper level. Google chose Samsung to represent this version of Android with the Galaxy Nexus, a device that will be the next hero device running vanilla Android, here with 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Continue Reading...

Kindle Cloud update for Kindle 3 out now

Kindle Cloud update for Kindle 3 out now

Those of you using the Kindle that Amazon is now calling the "Kindle Keyboard," aka the Kindle 3, will be glad to hear that today there's a software update out there that gives you access to Kindle Cloud for your personal documents. This is the same cloud that the Kindle 4 has access to, the one that, as always, you've access to every ebook you've ever purchased from Amazon, complete with all the notes and highlights you've left in them. Now you get your archived personal documents too!

Continue Reading...

Garmin outs Forerunner 910XT GPS watch

Garmin outs Forerunner 910XT GPS watch

Garmin has unveiled a new watch that is dubbed the ultimate multisport training experience. The watch is the Garmin Forerunner 910XT. The watch is a GPS enabled and can detail swim metrics and tracks distance as well. Other things it tracks include speed/pace, elevation, and heart rate for runners and cyclers. The low profile watch is designed to make getting in and out of wetsuits easier.

Continue Reading...

Creative Zen X-Fi3 Hands-on [Video]

Creative Zen X-Fi3 Hands-on [Video]

This week at IFA 2011 we've been able to get our hands on more than a couple devices, taking lovely videos as we go - this particular device is certainly not like the others in that instead of a smartphone, tablet, Ultrabook, or pair of earbuds, we've got an odd little music player. This is the Creative Zen X-Fi3, and as Creative shows us, it's meant to be a competitor in the currently iPod-dominated portable music player market. It's got a several features that are sure to turn your head including X-Fi Crystalizer audio enhancement and the ability to play FLAC files, but are they enough to get past the fact that this device does not have a touchscreen display? We've come to expect as much from basically every little portable device like this on the market - does it need to be in tact in order for us to love a product?

Continue Reading...

Creative ZEN X-Fi3 media player is packed with cool features for under $100

Creative ZEN X-Fi3 media player is packed with cool features for under $100

Creative has trotted out its latest media player today and the little thing is pretty cool looking. The player is called the ZEN X-Fi3 media player and it has a 2-inch screen and measures 65 x 45.5 x 12.5mm. The little player has a microSD card slot to add more music and video when you get low on internal storage. The player uses the X-Fi Crystallizer to make your tunes sound better.

Continue Reading...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15