Released at the beginning of the month, the new Creative T12 wireless speakers are compact and lightweight. They’ve been designed to be affordable, priced officially at Creative UK for £74.99 and therefore does not have its own subwoofer unit. However, Creative have given the T12 built-in BassFlex™ technology which is meant to extend low frequencies to deliver powerful music with more weight – without the need for a bulky subwoofer.
We were recently sent the new Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini for a quick test drive. The word ‘Mini’ often comes across to many with mixed feelings and with the phone being ‘X10 Mini’, there is no doubt that some will wonder as to whether it is a budget or low end version of the original Xperia X10. Indeed, we do think that the Xperia X10 Mini is a somewhat inferior mobile to the X10 – design wise and spec wise.
It was outrageously ‘different’, yet stylishly designed, when we first reviewed the predecessor of the NWZ-W252, the W202 it was pretty difficult to predict how well its interesting ergonomic design would be welcomed. But a sequel one year and a few months after, its initial release have proven it to be somewhat a popular choice. We were recently sent the new W252, water resistent version of the W202 and we’ve been trying it out.
After reviewing the Creative Inspire S2 wireless 2.1 speaker system in May this year, we’ve been recently offered the chance to review the new Creative ZiiSound D5 – also a speaker system with emphasis on bluetooth in mind. For those who remembered the Inspire S2, you will see in this review that the new ZiiSound D5 has little in the way of similarity, with the latter being more of an iPod / iPhone specific device.
The new ZiiSound D5 is also a more pricier item compared to the former sitting within the £250 and upwards niche, in this review, we’ll take you through the D5′s design, features and most important of all, is it worth your money? Continue reading »
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If you’re a ‘green’ geek and fancy eco-friendly, solar charger gadgets like me, you’ll want to check out the Infinit solar charger backpack. Have been sent one of these for a review recently, it was perfect timing as the UK had finally began to show some signs of sunny, hot weather. Keep reading and see whether we managed to generate any energy for our gadgets during this time!
The Munkey is truly one of those one of a kind gadgets which when you see it you’d say ‘why didn’t I think of that?’, this is exactly what I said to myself when this was sent to us. In this quick review we’ll tell you what we thought of the new mobile phone stand, as always lots of pics and of course is it worth your money?
The Munkey which is proudly made in the US was designed mainly for those who enjoy watching movies and videos on their mobile device and especially for those of you who do this while on the go. Supported mobiles include the iPhone, iPod Touch, Droid, HTC Hero, BlackBerry Storm and Zune HD. If you have a device that is similar in size to these, then its most likely that it will fit the Munkey.