We had some teaser shots up earlier for our GiveAway Competition but today ioSafe lifted the embargo on their latest EverythingProof series of rugged portable drives.
With full metal jackets (your choice: aluminium or titanium) and 6-axis full suspension this USB 3.0 drive is ChemSafe, EnviroSafe, and HydroSafe. You can also back your tank over it and it will be crushproof up to 5000 lbs!
Stay plugged in for our full review within the next few weeks!
We love it when a manufacturer is building on previous successes and launches a new model that addresses some of the issues we had with the previous one.
Such is the case with the Tegatech TEGA which we reviewed here.
It scored a solid 7/10 but battery life was one issue we highlighted.
The new model is much more attractive compared to the older one with a capacitive multitouch screen, accelerometers for rotation of the screen and a solid five hours battery life. Couple that with Windows 7 and a very svelte body which bodes well for the hands-on testing….
The TEGA tablet also features built-in 3G so connectivity is going to be a cinch.
Let's check a few more of these features in a couple of days time when the machine lands on our desk!
We have been sent a couple of copies of the Phoenix Simulator which now appears to be really taking off (excuse the pun).
It is our intention to see how the radio controlled PKZ Corsair, PKZ Trojan T28D and the EF 2000 jet all handle in an in depth comparison to reality and the Phoenix Flight Simulator.
Whilst Phoenix is really catching on in the overseas model plane industry we suspect that Wayne at www.brooknet.net.au has been largely instrumental in its recent success in Australia.
So put this upcoming review in your social diary to see how it fares on three counts when compared to the real thing!
Note that the Review is now completed and is on this site
After some rumours and speculation, the HTC HD3 and HTC Desire HD are set to be launched by HTC on the 15th of this month at a 2 Hour event being held in London, UK.
This comes in a time of need for HTC with Samsung's Galaxy S line-up somewhat stealing the spotlight in the Android world at least.
Confirming some of the HTC HD3's specifications, as well as confirming Telstra to have a 3 Month exclusivity agreement upon the availability of the HD3 on Australian soil.
Specifications after the break.
If you're dealing with shallow depth of field photography, you've probably come across certain photos that you swear were focused on the right point, but seem to be slightly out? That's where LensAlign from Michael Tapes Design comes into play,
They've developed the LensAlign Focus Calibration System.
This is a tool that will allow you to set your Microfocus adjustment extremely accurately on higher-end DSLR cameras (ie. the Canon 5D Mark II etc), we hope to get our hands on a review unit it shortly, so stay tuned!
Well we have just got a scoop promise. The impatiently awaited latest flagship model from Astone will be sent to us within the next 14 days.
We will be endeavouring to get the first review up because we know you’re all waiting impatiently for it.
The Astone 360 AT (pictured here) sure made the media world take a second look, and we expect even greater results from Astone’s latest creation.
Rumours suggest the DT stands for Dual Tuner but we will be able to tell you for sure, as soon as we get it on our desk and put it though our testing regime.
UPDATE (30/08/2010): READ FULL REVIEW HERE
This is going to be an in depth trainer/expert comparison review on six highly rated RC electric airplanes. They will include the new E-GO 500 Class, E-Go Cessna 182, Hobbyzone Champ, Mini Super Cub, Super Cub LP, Apprentice 15e and Trojan T28 - all tested over a set regime base.
After seeing the huge performance improvement of the brushless motor and Li Po battery in remote controlled cars, we thought we would check it out from “wo to go” in the RC electric plane area.
SCOOP ! Reserve demerit points low and need some assistance?
Look no further than the Vengeance 2 and the TMG GRL 300 Series radar/laser detectors that we are about to review courtesy of www.radars.com.au.
Already reputed as being a very high end radar/laser detector, and in fact, the only one designed with specific enhancements for Australia, the offer to review the Vengence2 has got us pretty excited. But imagine how “spun out” we were when we were also offered the latest and greatest GPS based, TMG GRL series 309. This is one of the most innovative and sophisticated road safety monitoring systems in the world today and it is in the final testing adjustment phase for Australia as this goes to print.
Now Reviewed - See Automotive - 20th April 2010
Featuring a 5Hz log speed, the new BT-Q1000eX, the BT-Q1000eX is aimed at people who want an easy and relatively inexpensive way to create detailed logs of their hot laps. Other than a built in GPS lap timer, the BT-Q1000eX also features 8MB memory on board and a battery life of up to 42 hours.
For more information on this extreme GPS logger, visit the QStarz website or check back in the coming weeks and read our full review.