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Freedom Pro Bluetooth Keyboard – Reviewed

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

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A couple of weeks ago we reviewed a low-end Bluetooth keyboard and this time we present the high end of wireless keyboarding: the Freedom Pro Bluetooth Keyboard – kindly shipped to us by WirelessGround.com.
Whereas the Brando unit was cheap and looked cheap, this keyboard oozes quality.
Typing comfort is much better too as this is just about the full size of my business notebook’s keyboard, yet only about twice the size of the Brando unit when folded and a bit thicker.
Expect full functionality from the Freedom Pro and you will not be disappointed.
What does it have, you ask?

 

 

Brando Slim Bluetooth Keyboard – Mini Review

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Brando Slim Bluetooth Keyboard – Mini ReviewThere are times when even an onscreen keyboard on a somewhat larger device like the HD2 or even an iPad is a bit awkward to use and it certainly doesn’t give the same feel or speed of an external keyboard.
Enter the Bluetooth enabled keyboards of which we will review two in the coming weeks.
A normal sized but foldable one and the super small Brando Slim Bluetooth Keyboard.
Two advantages spring out straightaway for the Brando device: price and size.

 

 

Innergie mCube Mini -Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Innergie mCube Mini -ReviewedThe Innergie mCube Mini is billed as "World's smallest auto/air adapter" for notebook, netbook and portable devices.  When the review unit came in, it certainly is the smallest charger this reviewer has seen.  I can't categorically agree with Innergie's claim but I dare say they are pretty close to the mark!

 

Powermat Wireless Charging System - Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Powermat Wireless Charging System - ReviewedAs a gadget reviewer and having a high level of gadgets in my daily repertoire, the amount of chargers I have to remember, tag and keep track of is staggering.  As a result I have been keeping an eye on wireless charging systems for a little while.  When Powermat announced their launch in April, Simms International was more than happy to send me a loaner to test drive.

The Powermat wireless charging system is billed as the solution to every household's problem with lost chargers and tangled wires.  Let's see just how well it does the job.

 

Vosonic GV6300 - Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Vosonic GV6300 - ReviewedOccasionally something just a bit out of the left field will hit the DigitalReviews testbench.  Vosonic was not on my radar but when they approached us to give some love to the Vosonic GV6300, we naturally accepted the offer on behalf of our readers.  The Vosonic GV6300 is a vehicle safeguard device that provides continuous video recording when powered on, this is about the extent of my knowledge when the device first arrived.  So let's go in and see what it can do and how well it does it.

 

HTC HD2 Accessories – Reviewed Part 2

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Accessories

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Following up on our earlier mini reviews of some essential accessories for the HTC HD2, we received a bunch of goodies from Clove Technology in the UK.

These are a capacitive stylus, a sync charge cradle and silicon case.

 

 

iWap IUC-23 Universal Battery Backup Charger - Reviewed

Written by Ronald on . Posted in Accessories

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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.

 

PowerTraveller MiniGorilla - Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: PowerTraveller MiniGorilla - ReviewedHot on the heels of reviewing the MotorMonkey, PowerTraveller has kindly provided a MiniGorilla unit for DigitalReviews Network. 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

PowerTraveller Motormonkey -Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: PowerTraveller Motormonkey -ReviewedIt has been some time since DigitalReviews visited our old friends at PowerTraveller. 

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.

 

Kodak ESP 7 Multi-Function Printer -Reviewed

Written by Kevin Cheng on . Posted in Accessories

Read more: Kodak ESP 7 Multi-Function Printer -ReviewedFresh 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.

 

 

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