The iWap IUC-23 is a multifunction battery charger that is versatile and allows you to charge nearly any type of battery that you throw at it (*almost*). With this device, you will find out how useful this thing really is in multiple situations. This is no ordinary charger. At first glance, one may wonder what this unique thing does. But once you truly realize what this product can do, you will find yourself well equipped and that you have a one-of-a-kind device/tool that can be used every day.
Designed specifically to work with the latest netbooks, the PowerTraveller MiniGorilla will charge e-readers, camcorders, mobile phones and many more electronic products that require a 19v DC input or less.
While time has passed by, they have continued to innovate and launching new products onto the portable power market. The latest primate product to swing onto the reviewer's bench is the Motormonkey.
With thanks to PowerTraveller, we take a drive through the virtual jungle with the Motormonkey.
Fresh from reviewing the Kodak Zx1 Pocket Video Camera, our friends at Icon International Communications has graciously provided a Kodak ESP 7 All-in-One printer for a bit of DigitalReviews love. Given Kodak's heritage with imaging and film, I have to say up front that I have expectations before I even unbox the unit. So come on down as we enter into DigitalReview's inaugural printer review.
A few GPS loggers have cross this DigitalReviews desk with mixed results. The latest contender is i-gotU GT-120, a GPS logger and receiver which records trip routes, auto add photo GPS locations and create an animated trip journal based on the data logged.
Has this thimble sized unit got the goods? Let's go have a look.
The need for wireless networking is almost a certainty given the amount of internet capable equipment is an average home. Just count the potential devices such as PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, TV, Blu-ray player, fridge, the list can go on and on. The speed of the wireless network needs to be sufficient to handle for example, high definition videos. D-Link has generously provided DigitalReviews with a DAP-1522 Xtreme N Duo Wireless Bridge/Access Point and a DWA-160 Xtreme N Dual Band USB Adapter for this review.
Still on the topic of BlueLounge and ways to manage your gadget world, BlueLounge also provided a sample of their SpaceStation for review. It is, however, not the ISS orbiting over our heads. BlueLounge describes the SpaceStation as an extended desk organiser for laptop users, and by desk they meant cables and wires vis-a-vis paperclips and pens.