Terms like virtual reality and augmented reality have been around for some time and it is only fairly recently that we have some applications and hardware available for consumers to test out these concepts.
One of the arguably better headsets seems to be the Zeiss VR One, which is the one that MobileZap sent us to test out.
Did it live up to expectations?
Well, it shows great potential, but...
let's see how it all panned out for me.
Late last year we took a look at the revolutionary Beddit Sleep Tracker and Wellness Coach and loved the non-wearable concept.
In February Beddit introduced a cloud based web portal to enable groups to gather and compare their sleep data.
To put it to the test, the members of my family have each been using a Beddit Sleep Tracker and via the new Family portal, collectively shared our sleep data for the past few months.
Read on for our experiences.
We all know we can't have enough external storage devices. Great for backup, sharing, travelling. Most of them have their own housing and power supplies but when you do a heart transplant on your laptop and put in an SSD, what are you gonna do with that naked hard drive you just pulled out? It probably has more capacity than that SSD but you need to have an enclosure for that.
That's where the VisionTek Wallet Drive comes in. The cheapest and best solution to get many more years out of that drive.
It's a very simple accessory so we can keep this mini review also pretty simple.
See our article here.
We highly recommended that little critter for its security in such a tiny USB key package.
Now it's a slightly bigger edition that Apricorn sent us the other day: this time around it sports USB 3.0, it's a bootable drive and it has much higher capacities.
So let's have a quick roundup of some of the main specifications and differences.
It's been nearly 2 years since we took a good look at the Sony SmartWatch 2 which had just been released then. It is a bit surprising that this watch is still being offered for sale well after its successor has become available. So what made this one a stayer? Can it still compete in the marketplace?
Sometimes it's good to have a look at a product when it is fully mature and when MobileZap sent us this one rather than the anticipated Sony SmartWatch 3 we departed from our usual approach to write only about the latest and the greatest...
So is the Sony SmartWatch 2 still worthy of your consideration?
After having reviewed several dash cams , mainly those made by Pittasoft who make the BlackVue range, we have become quite a fan of the ability to record everything in front of you and even behind you just in case we see something amazing or a car or plane crash. And if you are involved in an accident yourself these recording devices could prove your innocence.
Today we are looking at a different form factor from the slimline cameras we wrote about before.
The BlackVue WiFi LCD Dashcam is a large 4 inch touch LCD screen.
Is that a good thing?
The OnePlus One made a massive splash when it was first announced last year in April 2014. Almost a year on, the general availability of the phone is still scarce and the StyleSwap covers have been cancelled.
There is no shortage of accessories however, and with thanks to MobileZap, DigitalReviews have the Encase Deluxe OnePlus One Bamboo Hard Case to play with.
The QGenie is the smallest of all the NAS units we have ever reviewed. It's positively tiny and probably is smaller than your smart phone!
Yet, it contains a lot of functionality not seen in its bigger siblings: let's get the genie out of the bottle or rather, let's get the QGenie out of the box and see what magic happens if we put it to use.
NAS is for sharing, and we all know that. So expect file sharing but also Internet sharing and even power-sharing. And more.
Let's see how it all works.
We have been following Cyberlink's ascendancy in the video world over many years and have reported on earlier editions of their flagship product PowerDirector.
Now, having taken quite a few videos with our Phantom Vision drone recently, we want to go beyond what the likes of Microsoft Video Maker could offer and opted to have a good fresh look again at the most recent edition of PowerDirector.
Let's mention a few highlights and show you how easy it is to produce some pleasing results.
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