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.
A little over twelve months ago DigitalReviews came across BlueLounge, a company that specialises in simple solutions to daily problems. Previously we reviewed The Sanctuary and fell in love with it. The Sanctuary remains one of the favourite items this reviewer has the pleasure of reviewing. Now BlueLounge has generously provided a sample of CableBox for review.
Jabra has been a generous provider of products to DigitalReviews Network, and without doubt their recent products have earned some well deserved praise. DigitalReviews now takes the Jabra M5390 Multiuse Headset for some serious testing and see how it performs. Again, I would like to thank Jabra for their on-going support.
When Adapt requested that we have a look at their latest USB cradle for the HTC Touch Pro we initially declined because none of our tests platforms was a Touch Pro. When they insisted on sending us one anyway we figured it might also work with the Diamond Touch. They shared the same USB charge port and indeed, when the unit arrived it played very nice with the Touch Diamond and adds some good functionality to this very capable smartphone.
So... what else ist it good for?
Without a doubt, the Zivio Boom headset is one of the best looking bluetooth headsets available in the market. It garnered a lot of attention and envious looks when the unit arrived, from designers to geeks alike. DigitalReviews got to take this sexy piece of hardware out for a test drive, courtesy of our good friends at Joby.