NEC 23 Inch MultiSync EX231W

Jan 5th, 2011 | By Simon | Category: Monitor, NEC, Reviews
A good quality monitor is something you’ll probably have longer than the life of your computer. I know my 24″ screen has survived two complete system upgrades. This makes it ever so important that the monitor you buy is one that meets your performance needs and has a low total ownership cost.

Logitech Wireless Mouse M305

Sep 23rd, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Logitech, Mice, Reviews
A mouse as simple as it may sound is a key component to any work station. If you don’t play games you’ll want something that suits your style and budget. The 5000dpi and forty programmable buttons is not something you need. The Logitech Wireless Mouse M305 will be more up your alley.

Monaco Mobile Phone Solar Charger

Aug 30th, 2010 | By Chris | Category: Batteries & Chargers, Monaco, Reviews
“Green” products are always something interesting to look at, and today we’ve been given the opportunity to test out Monaco’s new solar phone charger. That’s right, charge all your devices with the power of the sun. Let’s check out this move forward in the mobility and convenience!

Lite-On iHBS112 12X Blu-ray Disc Writer

Aug 26th, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Liteon, Optical Drives, Reviews
Blu-Ray burners are starting to reach many home users looking to backup massive amounts of data or make copies of movies without compromising any level of quality. When it comes to bulk burner, speed is important. With the lowest price in the market, Lite-On has you covered with the iHBS112.

Thecus N7700PRO Network Storage Server

Aug 22nd, 2010 | By Anthony | Category: Manufacturer, Network Attached Storage, Reviews, Thecus
On paper, Thecus’ latest installment to their ever growing family of network attached storage units is certainly going to shake things up. 10GbE ready, a Core 2 Duo processor, 4GB of RAM and space for seven hard drives, this NAS is certainly quite the beast.

OCZ 60GB Agility 2 SATA II SSD

Aug 21st, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Flash Media, OCZ, Reviews, Storage
Nothing beats putting together a new computer and having the best available technology in it. For hard drives that can only mean going Solid State. Today, we feature OCZ’s latest SSD: the Agility 2. It’s the successor to the Agility and it packs a huge punch.

Eagle Arion ET-AR508LR-BK 2.1 Soundstage Speakers

Aug 17th, 2010 | By Nivedh | Category: Eagle Tech Computers, Reviews, Sound
Gamers, movie watchers, and audiophiles know the merits of a good sound system. The Eagle Arion AR508 tries to bridge the gap between low-quality integrated speakers and high-end systems with its 2.1 soundstage speakers with subwoofer.

ATEN VM0404H HDMI Matrix Switch

Aug 12th, 2010 | By Simon | Category: ATEN, Reviews, Video
The ATEN VM0404H is definitely a mouthful but call it what you want, this is the switch to have for all home theatre enthusiasts. With a click of a button you can cycle four different HDMI inputs amongst four different HDMI outputs. The VM0404H is quick to setup and incredibly easy to use.

Synology DiskStation DS210+ Network Storage Server

Aug 9th, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Network Attached Storage, Reviews, Synology
Storage space is becoming incredibly affordable but it doesn’t make sense to have three computers on just to share a few different files. With the Synology DS210+ you’ll be able to share the information across without impacting performance. Read on to see what else the DS210+ has to offer.

Samsung 46″ Series 5 LED TV 46C5000

Aug 3rd, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Reviews, Samsung, TV
After the movies like Avatar, TV manufacturers really pushed the idea of bringing 3D display to homes. However, not everyone needs new and expensive technology. Sometimes we need to go back to the basic and make sure it works flawlessly. Today, we have the 46C5000, a simple and elegant TV for the den.

Flip Video MinoHd

Jul 26th, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Cameras, Camcorders & Accessories, Flip Video, Reviews
Point and shoot digital cameras are everywhere but the image quality for video is often more than just lacking. Today we have the MinoHD by Flip Video. It’s a point and shoot camcorder slim enough to carry around every day and the 720p recordings won’t disappoint when capturing that magical moment.

QNAP TS-559 Pro Turbo NAS

Jul 22nd, 2010 | By Anthony | Category: Network Attached Storage, QNAP, Reviews
QNAP has done it again with its mid-sized SMB and corporate environment five bay TS-559 Pro NAS. Equipped with a dual- core Intel Atom processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM and two Gigabit ethernet connections, this unit will surely keep up with whatever you throw at it.

Samsung Syncmaster PX2370

Jul 12th, 2010 | By David | Category: Monitor, Reviews, Samsung
It is clear that Samsung designed the PX2370 with aesthetics in mind. At less than an inch thick, clear injection-molded trim, and LED-backlights, does this LCD panel perform as well as it looks? I really hope it does, but read on to find out!

Joby Gorillatorch

Jul 7th, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Joby, Misc, Reviews
It’s not easy to get good lighting in tight cramped spaces. Usually you need a third arm to hold the light up and point it in the direction you’re working in. With the Joby Gorillatorch you can wrap the legs around any convenient object or take advantage of the magnetic feet to point a bright beam of light into the area of interest.

Samsung N210 Netbook

Jun 23rd, 2010 | By Anthony | Category: Netbook, Reviews, Samsung
We’re going to have a look at another Samsung netbook today; the N210. It is another 10”, Atom N450 based netbook with all the Samsung finishing we’ve gotten to know like the super long battery life, excellent screen, keyboard and durable finish.


Jun 19th, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Misc, Reviews, SmartSwipe
Personal protection when you’re shopping online can’t be taken lightly. One wrong move and some thief will have your identity and could be going to town with your credit card! You could be ruined for life! For the ultimate protection at home, the SmartSwipe encrypts your data as you swipe your card ensuring your protected right from the start.

Ortery PhotoCapture 360

Jun 13th, 2010 | By Simon | Category: Cameras, Camcorders & Accessories, Ortery, Reviews
First impressions can seal a deal and when it comes to online presentations you want to put your best foot forward. In instances where you can only have a single picture on a page, an animation displaying the product from all angles takes the cake. The PhotoCapture 360 automates this and much more so you can maximize your time.

Cellet Apple iPhone 3G S Bullet Retractable Car Charger

Jun 8th, 2010 | By Steven | Category: Cellet, Cellphones, Smartphones and Accessories, Reviews
Accessories and diminishing return on investments usually go hand in hand. However, today we look at a mobile device accessory that strives to be different by demolishing the prerequisite standard. Will Cellet’s Bullet Retractable USB Car Charger prove to be revolutionary?

Samsung SCX 5935FN Monochrome Laser Multifunction Printer

Jun 6th, 2010 | By Anthony | Category: Printer, Reviews, Samsung
Printers are probably not the most exciting devices out there, but they are absolutely essentials in any work environment. Today, we are going to look at Samsung’s SCX- 5935FN multifunction printer, a mid-range, high capacity printer for the bustling small or medium sized office.

Eagle Arion 2.1 Soundstage Speakers with Dual Subwoofer (ET-AR506-BK 2.1)

May 29th, 2010 | By Jared | Category: Eagle Tech Computers, Reviews, Sound
Eagle Tech comes to us once again with another set of speakers aiming to bring quality sound at a value price. Utilizing dual drivers and wood cabinets the Eagle Arion ET-AR506-BK 2.1 Soundstage Speakers are aimed at HTPC and desktop users.