I can type at a prodigious rate and a full size keyboard is almost mandatory. But sometimes there is no place for one of these, like in the lounge room controlling your media server. This is where a wireless mini keyboard / trackpad can come in handy. With thanks to Brando, DigitalReviews gets to take the Lofree MT-200 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard Touchpad for a review.
One of my favourite car mounts of late has been one with a sticky back onto which your phone can quickly be mounted. And just as quickly be taken off single-handedly, which is probably more important.
Why would I be interested in reviewing a couple of car mounts where you need two hands to dismount your phone? Only when it offers that something extra which most car mounts don't have yet: an easy NFC connection.
Let's look at two implementations of the same idea from Osomount: one is a mount you can put on a windscreen or the dash and the other one can be inserted in one of the ventilation slots.
The great thing about the latest model in the Galaxy S series is that it is waterproof to some extent but this also means that the USB charging port had to be covered up. It's always a bit fiddly to get that little cover off and, more importantly, you have to make sure that it gets properly sealed again afterwards!
This little extra step in recharging your phone may not be the sole reason for wanting to look at wireless charging so let's see what else is on offer from Samsung to make life a little bit easier.
Today we are looking at 2 "official" solutions: the S Charger kit and the S View cover.
Most things of value are worth protecting. Particularly when you're travelling with it. You buy a new phone and the first accessory you buy is probably a decent case. Same with the Phantom 2 Vision. If you just fly from your backyard or your local park you can do without a case but if you go further afield a strong case is a must.
Today we are reviewing the GoProfessional hard case which impresses on a number of levels.
We've been on the hunt for the perfect case for our new Galaxy note 10.1. We reviewed one sometime ago but wanted to have a lightweight case that would allow the tablet to be rotated into a portrait position plus have a Sleep/Wake function.
The name Capdase wasn't in my vocabulary until a few weeks ago when one of our contributors wrote about a case for his device. As usual, Mobilezap came to the party with the unit from their huge selection. So how did this Capdase FlipJacket perform?
We love our svelte and slim tablets, don't we? The thinner they are the more buyer appeal, but let's get real: the first thing you need is a good case. Yes, it may ruin its aesthetics unless you buy a great case.
In our hunt for a real nice case that would suit the 2014 edition of the new Samsung 10.1 inch Note tablet, MobileZap came to the rescue again.
First up, we will take a look at the Kit Universal Bluetooth Keyboard Case.
Did Santa bring you a shiny new smart phone in your Christmas stocking? You might be in the market for a case to protect that present. With thanks to MobileZap, DigitalReviews is happy to bring you our impressions of the Spigen SPG Neo Hybrid Case.
They came from Stagsden! This is the catch cry of 3 Legged Thing, an innovative company based out of a chicken shed on a mission to [tripod] world domination within 5 years (from January 2011). You would imagine how gutted I was when my Eddie was not presented to me by an alien mech or a representative yelling the company war cry brandishing it high over his head, it was a much more muted affair but over a good cup of coffee.
It is no big secret that I am a fan of the thinkTankPhoto Retrospective bags. I have a Retro 20 which I use as an all-round camera bag and a Retro 50 for when I need to carry all the camera gear that I own. For a while the Retro 50 was repurposed as a laptop bag for work. Under the threat of a fate worse than death for non-disclosure - (such as permanent deprivation from coffee), I was given a Retrospective Laptop Case 15L to road test weeks before the official launch.