A few years ago, we first reviewed x-mini’s revolutionary portable speakers, the X-mini II and MAX II, we were astonished by their remarkable performance, completely disproportionate to its size. Recently they got in touch with us again to show us their latest products – the X-mini UNO and MAX Capsule Speakers. Whilst the design is still very distinctive and has undergone minimal change, this doesn’t mean what its capable of hasn’t improved, this latest generation of X-mini now boast improved sound thanks to a new ceramic driver. Check out the unboxing gallery below, pop us your questions in our inbox, twitter or facebook and we’ll answer them in our upcoming review!
We were recently sent the xqPRO pocket bluetooth speaker for a review. Launched by xqisit in the UK only last month, the xqPRO has picked up reddot design award 2013 for its combination of extraordinary sound with exquisite styling.
Recently we were sent the Monteverde One Touch Engage Retractable Ink Ball rollerball pen, now I know what you might be thinking, why would we be interested in reviewing such a mouthful of a pen? It turns out this pen boasts a few unique, innovative features that you might not expect. Not only does it feature a retractable rollerball system, it also has a built-in ink converter which means it is refillable using any ink you please, just like a fountain pen. In addition to this, the One Touch Engage Retractable Ink Ball is so named as it doubles also as a stylus.
If you’re a pensioner or maybe someone fortunate enough to have £70k + to splash and thinking of getting the new BMW M5, this latest video released by Auto Express is worth checking out. Mat Watson drove the new BMW M5 from Spain back to the UK over three days and tested it out during this time as a technology packed performance car, city car and motorway cruiser.