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Accessories for the HTC HD2 – Reviewed

... tect the glass. I would never have thought of that combination but it makes a lot of sense. I have had a totally aluminium case for my old iPAQ 4700 (talk about an indestructible pocketpc – inside or ou ...

ShuRoo Mk IV Slimline

Have you ever been a passenger in a vehicle travelling in the Australian countryside when all of a sudden the driver hits the skids and says “Oh Sh*!”. Well, he probably meant "Oh ShuRoo!" ...

Programming with Runtime Revolution 2.9

Many applications are available to write software. Most of them are very complicated, and you'll need to start from scratch if you want to learn using it: it is based upon an unfamiliar language, with ...

Led Lenser Aviator V2 Torch - Reviewed

In a break from the technology side of gadgets, DigitalReviews takes a look at the Led Lenser Aviator V2 Torch.  It is advertised to be used by pilots and professionals the world over, "the Aviator ...

Brando Flexible Webcam - Reviewed

From the purveyor of many gadgets, Brando HK has released their USB Mini Web Cam designed for notebooks.  With thanks to Brando once again for providing a unit for testing here at DigitalReviews Network. ...

Bluelounge The Sanctuary - Reviewed

Love at first sight.  It might be cliché, but there are times when I would come across an item that would utterly take my breath away, make me daydream about it and want to run out and buy it.  ...

Zerotherm Zen FZ120 Cooler Reviewed

Today, we have a look at another of Zerotherm's latest CPU coolers, the Zerotherm Zen FZ120. Previously, we had a look at their 'butterfly' shaped cooler and it performed exceptionally.  Let's hope ...

Powermonkey eXplorer Portable Charger - Reviewed

Being no stranger to gadgets, travelling and with an almost obsessive desire to pack lightly, I am constantly on the look out for the next best thing to help reduce my gear charging burden when on the ...

WiebeTech Drive eRazer - Reviewed

When you delete a file from your computer, is it really gone?  Information theft is getting more coverage in mainstream media in recent times, most of us would be aware of potential loss of personal ...

Cyberlink PowerDirector v6 First Look

Recently I bought a JVC Everio HDD camcorder which came bundled with some CyberLink software for editing video.  This OEM version of PowerDirector Express was easy to work with for a neophyte ...

RiDATA EZ Yego USB Flash Storage/USB Hub Reviewed

The Y shaped EZ Yego USB flash drive stands out from the rest of the pack, not least of which because of its intriguing shape. The unique 'Y' shape is indicative of its party trick: The EZ Yego ...

SLEEPTRACKER Pro Watch Reviewed

The SLEEPTRACKER Pro is the latest iteration of Innovative Sleep Solutions' SLEEPTRACKER watch. The SLEEPTRACKER series of watches monitor your sleeping patterns through the night so that they may ...

Epocware Handy Tools Pro and Calendar Reviewed

In April I got a new N95, Nokia’s flagship cell phone.  As far as mobiles go, it really is a nifty piece of kit running with lots and lots of potential. One of the reasons I say potential is because ...

Asus Xonar U1 USB External Audio Processor

These days it is easy to get systems with integrated almost everything.  Whilst this is great for a standard user but it is hardly a match in performance compared to a custom build one.  ...

Joby GorillaPod: Going Ape Over a Tripod

 There's a pleasure that may be had from the simple act of placing a gadget on a table and watching someone's brain kick into gear as they realise what its purpose is.  The Joby “Original” ...

PocketFMS Flight Planner, Moving Map - Reviewed

...  Ever since PocketPCs appeared on the scene pilots have been keen to use this mighty tool for flight planning and now also for moving maps. I’ve reviewed most of the existing flight ...

The Tornado: PC to PC Data Transfer Device

   Every once in awhile a gadget lands on your desk and hangs around, kicking up a storm.  The aptly named The Tornado (but not for its destructive capabilities!), is an incredibly ...

Coby MP-C951 MP3 Player

When talking about MP3 Players, I usually put them into different categories typically based on their storage capacity.  The 1-2GB MP3 players are usually simple and nature and are meant to be ...

Qstarz TINY GPS Receiver with MP3 Function

...  integration or does it fall in the category BWC -- Because We Can? Let's take the show on the road. And by the way, the first pictures were shown on our sister site PocketPCReviews.net, where we fir ...

1 GB USB Flash Card from Brando - Reviewed

These days you pick your flash memory not only according to the capacity you want, but also the form factor is important and even how it looks. An interesting form factor is the one that looks like ...

hp IPAQ 2210

When you’ve been a PocketPC user for some years and have gone through several models you tend to develop a keen sense of what would be the ideal PDA for you. In checking out the hp iPAQ 2210 did I ...

Samsung 910MP LCD Display

LCD displays for the computer have come to the point where they are more affordable and are starting to become more common.  Computer manufacturers now provide consumers with the option of choosing ...

Dialogue ultra-portable Flybook – Part II

... u might want access to a larger screen and a faster processor plus a CD/DVD drive. Note on Pricing: From PocketPC Dubai, posted on Oct 4: “You will find it [the Flybook] displayed  ...

Dialogue ultra-portable Flybook (Part I)

... e a special interest in aviation navigation software. In fact, our sister site, www.PocketPCReviews.net started out as a direct result of a review I did for Australian Flying on Control Vision’s AnywhereM ...

OziExplorerCE 1.11.0 Moving Map Software

I can’t think of too many Australian programs that have hit the Big Time on the small screens in the PocketPC world. OziExplorer is one of the exceptions. They are enjoying some well-deserved export ...

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