Belgium, the Movie - a Short Review

Written by Ashleigh on . Posted in Miscellaneous

Read more: Belgium, the Movie - a Short ReviewIf there is one thing that fascinates me it's flying low and slow and taking in the scenery below. 

I am lucky that I can do that in the course of my work as an aerial photographer but there are plenty of places that I haven't been to and love to see from an aerial perspective. 

Belgium is not one of those places.  I have flown over this small country many times when living in Holland but it is one thing to just fly over it in the course of your work than to be able to sit back in your lounge chair, to relax and let the whole scenery unfold before you on a high-definition screen.  It is the same difference as cooking your own meal or going to a top-notch restaurant for a gourmet dinner.
Belgium, the Movie, subtitled Enjoy Your Flight over Belgium, is such a gastronomic delight, so to speak.  It portrays Belgium as few tourists (or Belgians!) will ever experience it: flying through Brussels, following the grand boulevards in your helicopter -- not all that much higher than treetop level...

Powermonkey eXplorer Portable Charger - Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Powermonkey eXplorer Portable Charger - ReviewedBeing no stranger to gadgets, travelling and with an almost obsessive desire to pack lightly, I am constantly on the look out for the next best thing to help reduce my gear charging burden when on the move. 

Is the powermonkey eXplorer the answer to my recharging needs? 


Let's swing into the review and have a look. 


Ruvo Avox A65U1 UMPC - The Unboxing Review

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in PC Hardware

Read more: Ruvo Avox A65U1 UMPC - The Unboxing Review

The vibrant world of UMPCs has many players, most of them well-known brands, others less so, but probably deserving our attention just the same.  In this category you will find the Ruvo Avox, a handsome slider UMPC.  Think of it as a Nokia N95 on steroids, but then a lot bigger!  The Avox, whilst practically unknown, has a more familiar incarnation as the Gigabyte U60.  Are they exactly the same? 

We got ourselves the first Avox in Australia, courtesy of Tegatech, the UMPC distributor par excellence down under.  They are excited about that little critter and I am beginning to see why! 

Please follow me on this unboxing and our subsequent in-depth reviews of the Ruvo Avox.

First off, the Avox is billed as the smallest full-featured PC.  In this fluid world of sub-notebooks and UMPCs that claim is probably correct but bragging rights are never long-lived and it is better to judge a device, particularly when it is this small, by its usability.  So that will be the main focus of this and the following reviews. 

Today we will be looking at the Avox from the unboxing perspective and go into the hardware details. 

A next review will highlight the software and performance aspects to be followed by a write-up of all the various accessories that can be bought separately.

Qingbar GP300 Wireless Video Glasses from YelloMosquito

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Mobile Devices

Read more: Qingbar GP300 Wireless Video Glasses from YelloMosquitoExclusive Hands-On Review

DigitalReviews has the pleasure of bringing you an exclusive hands-on review of the world's first wireless video glasses with built-in media player - a totally hands free, mobile private cinema screen viewable through a pair of glasses together with hi-fi audio through high quality earphones. As YelloMosquito describes it, the Qingbar GP3000 is a state-of-the-art device combined with Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) micro displays and media player.

The YelloMosquito Qingbar GP300 was previewed here in November 2007.  After taking the ‘scenic postal route’ over the Christmas break, the Qingbar GP300 arrived in late February 2008 due to the efforts of the extremely helpful and professional staff at YelloMosquito and 22moo.

Jabra Enterprise Multiuse Bluetooth Headset and Hub Bundle --Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Jabra Enterprise Multiuse Bluetooth Headset and Hub Bundle --ReviewedThe “multiuse” Jabra BT5020 headset and A7010 hub bundle are Bluetooth devices which can be used with multiple communication devices, allowing office professionals and "road warriors" to use a single headset with their mobile, desk phone and PC.  Thanks to Jabra, DigitalReviews got their hands on the BT5020 and A7010 bundle for evaluation.

As a regular road-warrior with stints in the office, I was keen to test out the Jabra bundle. 


Brando MC Wireless RF Keyboard - Reviewed

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Brando MC Wireless RF Keyboard - ReviewedAs computers have made the transition from the computer room to the living room and beyond, so to have their peripherals and input devices. Nobody wants to have a wired keyboard lying around the living room, nor do they want a large wireless one that takes up the entire coffee table.


Brando's MC Wireless RF Keyboard looks to provide a small all-in-one solution - Keyboard, media keys and built in track ball.


Read on for more..

Olympus EVOLT E-510 Training Video Review

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Digital Cameras

Read more: Olympus EVOLT E-510 Training Video ReviewOne of my cameras is the Olympus E-510, in some countries also known as the EVOLT E-510. It's a very capable DSLR with some unique features. We have written about one of its predecessors, the E-300 more than two years ago and I've always been enamoured by the LiveView feature which was quite revolutionary in those days.  Normally I am quite happy to read the manual but this time around I also watched a couple of training DVDs from

Was it worth the $50 that they cost?

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