Articles tagged with: reviews
The iShower is a Bluetooth-enabled water-resistant wireless speaker compatible with a selection of smartphones and tablets.
The Case-Mate iPhone 5 Pop! ID cover has a built-in “wallet” feature that holds 2 credit card sized items.
I purchased a Mophie Juice Pack Helium on my recent visit to New York. It was the *only* gadget on my shopping list.
Late last year Kingston started shipping its new range of next-generation solid state drives, the SSDNow V Series.
The Vodafone Smart II is the ideal entry-level smartphone for users who want to make the transition from a feature phone.
I received a pack of Wireless Wipes at the Wired Women conference, and wasn’t planning on blogging about it, but then I used it.
I recently reviewed the Nokia Lumia 900 for My Digital Life. It’s rather unfortunate that Windows Phone 8 won’t run on any Lumia device, or current WP devices on the market.
The Nokia Lumia 800, which has been dubbed the ‘first real Windows Phone’, is finally available in South Africa.
I downloaded Frametastic a few weeks ago and it is listed (currently) as “free for a limited time” in its description on iTunes.
When the Motorola MotoDefy landed on my desk for review, I was a bit busy with My Digital Life, so I passed it onto someone who could get a review up sooner than me. But I had some free time afterwards and the Motorola guys let me play with it for a bit.
I’ve reviewed Android handsets before, and know what …
Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training has been very successful on the Nintendo DS and has been adapted for the Xbox 360 as a Kinect title, with the addition of body exercises.
Up to four players can compete in more than 20 different activities with three levels of difficulty and face maths, logic, reflex, memory and physical challenges. All activities use the Kinect …
I haven’t blogged in a while as I’ve been really busy. Here’s a review I wrote which was published on My Digital Life.
I’d never used a Samsung phone before the Wave landed on my desk. All I knew about the phone was that it was Samsung’s first phone running the new bada operating system.
What Samsung got right was the Wave’s …
I was contacted by Ila Security (a company based in the UK) who are expanding their product range into South Africa via Woolworths, Foschini and Busby House.
They sent me one of their most popular / signature products from their range of fashionable security solutions for women, to review – the Ila Dusk personal alarm.
At first glance, it doesn’t look like …
The Asus Eee PC’s designer seashell edition from the Karim Rashid collection was created for women who appreciate aesthetics and are into designer gadgets. At just one inch thick and weighing 1.1kg, the netbook is encased in a techno-chic organic “digi-wave” rippling design, which comes in Hot Pink and Coffee Brown.
The netbook has a 10.1-inch frameless LED backlight screen, with …