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Waterfield Nexus 7 Smart Case - Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

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Ever since I got my grubby little hands on the Asus Nexus 7, I have been looking for a case to go with it.  For a while I waited for the official "Travel Cover" thinking that would be the way to go.  But official cases are a bit like generic cases, usually drab, sometimes with an assortment of garish colours, mostly utilitarian and well, bland.  Then one day on my travels I stumbled across Waterfield Design who kindly agreed to provide DigitalReviews a Nexus
7 Smart Casefor review.

Wrapsol: the strongest gadget protector? - Reviewed

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Wrapsol: the strongest gadget protector? - ReviewedI am generally not a fan of screen protectors. I have used many different types in the past which were often hard to apply, left some air bubbles and hindered the interaction with the screen. And recently most of my gadgets featured some type of Gorilla glass which makes them almost impervious to scratches. But there are situations where a full body armour might be the best way to protect your precious link to the wonders of the World Wide Web….

Tim Overheu recently checked out what is arguably the strongest protective film technology for the iPad and here is his review.

Coolermaster Notepal Ergostand Basic - Reviewed

Written by Ronald on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Coolermaster Notepal Ergostand Basic - ReviewedThe Coolermaster Notepal Ergostand Basic is a simple, no frills cooler, which helps keeps your notebook cool. It is a product that helps give you peace of mind when nervous about an overheating notebook or just hoping to increase the longevity of your notebook. This cooler offers a solid design that will fit just about any notebook.

J5create Wormhole Station: Fastest connection through Cyberspace?

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: J5create Wormhole Station: Fastest connection through Cyberspace?Recently we needed to move files from one laptop to another and even though there are several ways of accomplishing that, we were able to do this in a most elegant way with a wormhole. A what? Wormholes are always associated with shortcuts you can take through space-if the theory is correct…

So the naming of this latest J5create product is rather telling: it suggests a fast and easy way through cyberspace with two connected computers.

Let's see how it works.

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 20 --Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Think Tank Photo Retrospective 20 --ReviewedFor the longest time I have been on the lookout for the "perfect" camera bag, a combination of functionality, storage, durability and most of all, does not scream "steal me I'm a camera bag with expensive gear".
 
I found the Think Tank Photo Retrospective a while back, looked around some more and just kept coming back to it. 

Many thanks to the team at Think Tank Photo who kindly provided a Retrospective 20 for review.

PowerSkin: Doubling the Life of your Smartphone - Reviewed

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: PowerSkin: Doubling the Life of your Smartphone - ReviewedIt's a perennial problem, particularly with the high-power smartphones of today: they can do a lot but run out of grunt before the end of the day. It's okay if you can top up your phone in the afternoon that often that is not the case.

We have reviewed several alternatives, like fuel tanks and the like but the most obvious solution is something like the PowerSkin. It's a highly protective case with a built-in battery that in most situations will almost double the endurance of your phone.

Let me tell you why I like this case so much!

BlackRapid RS-5 Cargo R-Strap - Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: BlackRapid RS-5 Cargo R-Strap - ReviewedThe strap is dead, long live the strap!  DigitalReviews managed to get their hands on a BlackRapid RS-5 Cargo strap, what does that mean to my photography?
For the longest time I have shunned the obligatory bundled neck strap that comes with a DSLR camera, opting in favour of a hand strap.  There are two main reasons why I avoid the bundled neck strap: firstly I am clearly advertising that I have a (reasonably) expensive camera; and secondly, ergonomically, they are a proverbial pain in the neck.
 

A review of the SynCharger Mini

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: A review of the SynCharger MiniWritten by Charlie Marraffa

The Scenario
I'm sure that many others have looked at their desks in disbelief when they see the multitude of cables beginning to slowly take over their confined work spaces. Some are for your keyboard, monitor, or any other multitude of wired devices that zig zag and criss cross your slowly shrinking personal workspace.

Choiix Wave Stand - Reviewed

Written by Ronald on . Posted in Accessories

 

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Today we will be looking at the Choiix Wave stand.  It is pretty much a stand designed for any tablet device.  This product is actually made by Cooler Master, a well known brand in cooling products for the computer.  Choiix is actually the name of a series of products generally for portable or mobile devices.
 

Jabra Extreme 2 - Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Jabra Extreme 2 - ReviewedThe third and last of the current crop of Jabra gadgets on the DigitalReviews desk before Christmas is the Jabra EXTREME 2 bluetooth headset.

Both the Drive and Supreme rated highly, let's see how the Extreme 2 performs.

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