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.
A mouse that lets you scroll through pages of information, or whatever else it is you need to do with an ordinary scroll wheel, without the hassle of moving your index finger (and instead moving your entire hand..)
Read the full review on the Cyber E Sport Orbita Mouse by Mark Wilcox below.
I was lucky enough to get my hands on one of these puppies and managed to gave it run on both the Popcorn Hour A-100 and A-110.
Read on to see how I got on.
Just when I thought I had seen and use the best Jabra has to offer in 2008, the BT530 lands on my desk with a mighty thump. The diminutive looking BT530 Bluetooth Headset hides some interesting technology to differentiate this device from the plentiful options in the market.
I would like to thank the Jabra team for their on-going generosity and support in providing DigitalReviews Network with their latest innovations.
SanDisk requires no introduction as the world's largest supplier of innovative flash memory data storage products. With their eye turned to information security, SanDisk has kindly supplied their Cruzer Enterprise USB drive for review.
The proliferation of USB drives cannot be denied. From the early days when my first USB drive in 2000 from IBM was a whopping 8 Mb in size and expensive, the USB drive now is a commodity that is given away freely at shows. Large capacity drives are readily and cheapily available.
USB drives have in particular found their way into the workplace due to their versatility and convenience. It is this very ease of use that makes them a security nightmare for IT professionals. Whilst I have yet to lose one personally, I have known many people who had and a few with of those had organisation sensitive documents on them.
For almost as long as I can remember in Australia there has been a law against using "handheld battery operated devices" whilst driving. Whilst I have not fallen foul to this particular law, I have known a few who have. Seriously for the value of the fine and demerit points, getting some sort of hands free solution would be a far cheaper long term proposition not to mention general road safety. The Jabra SP700 Bluetooth Car Kit is an interesting and attractive alternative to the many bluetooth headset solutions in the market. With thanks to the ever helpful and generous Jabra team, DigitalReviews Network assesses how this gadget fares in the daily grind of this road warrior.