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.
We were fortunate to have been sent the Samsung Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) just before the Christmas holidays began and whilst we’ve been keeping our mouths full of mince pies, chocolate and mulled wine we’ve also taken some time to unbox and capture a quick gallery.
Is it a tablet or is it a smartphone? Difficult to say and we’ve seen mixed reviews regarding its 5.3″ front panel. While we continue to test out the Galaxy Note, here’s a quick summary of its key specs.
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Announced earlier this year in April, the HTC Sensation was originally rumoured to be the HTC Pyramid, I for one am personally glad the latter name was wiped off the board. The Sensation is probably one of HTC’s highest-spec offerings to date against other brands such as Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson who have all in recent years jumped onto the Android bandwagon. Not to say the least, the Sensation is highly capable of tempting iPhone users to trying out a droid and making the switch for the first time.
What makes the Samsung Galaxy Player 50 especially appealing amongst the mist of a world of portable media players or handheld devices is that its been embroidered with the Samsung Galaxy badge – which many of you will know about due to the success of its distant cousin, the Samsung Galaxy S Android phone. While its second ‘attraction’ will no doubt be the fact that its runs on Android, a relatively cheaper alternative to Apple’s iOS if having apps is what you’re after.
Let’s face the truth, frankly, the LG Optimus One P500 isn’t as glamourous as many Android counterparts. As a result it is much more affordable, and this is where we think the LG Optimus One P500 may excel – the Android newbie’s market.
As always, in this focused review we’ll be covering the features you’ve been wanting to find out more about.
Launched only just last month, the Samsung YP-U6 falls into the new generation of Samsung’s affordable, basic audio player line up. This isn’t to say its featureless. Its predecessor, the U5 did rather well in many reviews as it was designed perfectly as a mini mp3 player for going to the gym, which made it a perfect alternative for the more pricey iPod Shuffle.