Here are more photos taken using the latest LG flagship mobile, the Arena KM900. We thought the first sample photo gallery wasn’t quite enough so we took it to the The Gadget Show Live last week for a few more shots. Any feedback or questions about its camera, we’d be happy to answer!

lg-arena-camera-sample-photo-19

lg-arena-camera-sample-photo-10

Continue reading »

Grab our free newsletter

Receive our latest articles in your email inbox completely free. Enter your email address below (no spam, we promise!):

We never disclose our readers' information without prior consent.

Tagged with:  

We realise its past The Gadget Show Live now, but this isn’t a sponsored post. We reckon this infact is quite a breakthrough, we’re surprised we managed to not report about this until now. The “Light for Life” UC3.400 torch isn’t just a nonsense sales pitch, in fact, this latest in technology gadget by 5.11 could be the last torch you’ll ever need to buy again (unless you loose it of course).

light-for-life-torch-eb-leisure

Continue reading »

Tagged with:  

Just a gallery we wanted to feature to everyone, as we finally got our hands on the highly notable yet controversial (netbook or laptop?) Sony VAIO P Series. It was light, stylish, highly portable and with great specs such as GPS and on board mobile broadband yet I can imagine, my eyes would be extremely tired after constantly starring at its 8-inch widescreen for a little while.

the-gadget-show-live-sony-p-series-01

Continue reading »

Tagged with:  

Many like to call these e-readers, or e-book readers or even e-paper display devices, like the Kindle, BeBook is a device with a display that looks exactly like as if you were reading from paper. Of course, compared to paper, this is much more friendlier to the environment in that you’re not wasting any paper.

The BeBook which retailed at £249.99 both online and at the show, can read almost any popular file formats that you can think of, pdf, mobi, prc, epub, lit, txt, fb2, doc, html, rtf, djvu, wol, ppt, mbp, chm, bmp, jpg, png, gif, tif, rar, zip, mp3 (for audio books)

Continue reading »

Tagged with:  

Being a huge fan of bikes and eco-friendly products, I managed to sneak off to the bike stand area for some exploration! Pictured below is the A2B Hybrid electric bike by Ultra Motor which comes in black and white paint finish, and I must say these bikes looked fab and very precious. With so much focus on all things electric these days, you might be excited to know that the A2B’s lithium ion battery costs as little as 6 pence to recharge overnight. The A2B’s battery is not difficult to handle at all as it is detachable and can be charged by connecting a cable to any wall socket.

ultra-motor-a2b-hybrid-electric-bike-02

Continue reading »

Here at the Gadget Show Live, JAYS Earphones, specialists in quality earphones, headphones and audio accessories showcased some of their latest products including the c-JAYS headphones. Much like the Able Planet foldable noise cancelling headphones we reviewed a few months ago, the c-JAYS are also ergonomic in its design.

Equipped with JAYS Elastic Multi Layer diaphragm speakers, the c-JAYS deliver precise clarity, providing balanced sound with detailed highs, rich mids and powerful lows. We liked the design and style of the c-JAYS which were lightweight, slim and did I say stylish? Check out the extendable arms which are made from tough glass fiber reinforced nylon in the pictures after the jump.

Continue reading »

Tagged with:  

RoboSteel which is a unique company based in Ireland, has brought to this year’s Gadget Show Live one of their latest steel sculptures, a 2.5 meters tall Optimus Prime. RoboSteel’s sculptures are all hand welded and not casted, as anyone will be able to appreciate, these sculptures are finished to an excellent level of craftsmanship.

the-gadget-show-live-nec-gadgets-30

According to their website, larger sculptures can contain thousands of individual parts, and all materials used in construction are recycled from cars, motorbikes and airplanes. The materials used are virtually 100% steel. Occasionally small amounts of copper and ceramic material are used to create the desired effect. The applied lacquer is acrylic based. All material used are Non toxic.

Check out more pictures of their latest Optimus Prime sculpture after the jump…

Continue reading »

Tagged with: