DigitalReviews has the pleasure of bringing you an exclusive hands-on review of the world's first wireless video glasses with built-in media player - a totally hands free, mobile private cinema screen viewable through a pair of glasses together with hi-fi audio through high quality earphones. As YelloMosquito describes it, the Qingbar GP3000 is a state-of-the-art device combined with Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) micro displays and media player.
The YelloMosquito Qingbar GP300 was previewed here in November 2007. After taking the ‘scenic postal route’ over the Christmas break, the Qingbar GP300 arrived in late February 2008 due to the efforts of the extremely helpful and professional staff at YelloMosquito and 22moo.
The Plane Quiet NC-7 is a pair of noise-canceling headphones that offer the convenience of being able to take them wherever you go. When evaluating noise-canceling headphones, we usually examine two main things: how well the noise-cancellation feature works and whether the headphones have good sound with the noise-cancellation feature on or off. If the product can nail these two down, then we've good a product.
With the abundant number of flashlights available on the market, sometimes randomly grabbing one off the shelf is good enough for most people. On the other hand, there are those that are a bit more picky and want the flashlight that is brighter, lasts longer, and is unique. In this category, we're not talking about the cheap $10-20 dollar ones. Usually the cost for these kinds of flashlights is a bit more expensive...usually $50 and above. Today, I had the chance to look at the Lumaray FL6 flashlight. It is a unique flashlight that does more than just shining light. Let's find out in the review.
Why would you write a glowing review about a product that you can't even see? That's precisely the point: you can't see it but it does have the very important job of protecting the shiny gadgets that you don't want to get scratched.
And that's why they call it the InvisibleSHIELD.
I have put it to good use on two of my most treasured devices, my Nokia N80 and iPAQ 4700.
Let's see how we went.
The other day I had the opportunity to have a quick look at the Nokia E61 which most people would categorise as a Blackberry type smartphone. I only spent an hour with the E61 which probably doesn't do it justice so we'll just stick to the facts and let the pictures do the talking.
The E61 has a lot going for it with the full keyboard being the most noticeable feature of the phone. For short e-mails this is a godsend, particularly for those people, like myself, will find SMS-ing not the fastest way to communicate. By necessity the keys are small and can lead to typing mistakes especially because the Delete and the Enter key are rather close together. I found the backlit keys excellent to work with.
A Must-Have Crime Busting Tool.
Over a year ago, I had a look at the Pila GL3 from Permalight Asia. Since that last review, Pila have been hard at work overhauling their whole range.
their website has changed and so have the flashlights. Or have they?
Today I take another look at the GL3 and I’m quite excited. What’s so exciting about something as boring as a torch, I hear you say?
Well read on…
In business it pays to be well-connected. For road warriors it becomes even more important to be able to have access to the Internet and other devices via all available means.
And you want it in the smallest possible package.
Let me introduce you to a close to ideal travelling companion, the Flybook from Dialogue. If you’ve been attracted to the likes of FlipStart, the OQO or any other ultra-portable notebook, you owe it to yourself to have a good look at the tablet-style Flybook. You expect it to have WiFi and Bluetooth, but add a SIM card slot for GPRS (there’s even a CDMA model), a CF / PC card slot, 2 FireWire ports and suddenly you have an ultra-capable machine.
Did you say you want it in Ferrari-red?