Netgear Arlo – home security camera

The Arlo has a stylish and innovative design,and uses a magnetic mount to fasten to surfaces. There’s an ugly base station that plugs into your router, but it does mean the camera can be placed up to 100 metres away. The one area in which the Netgear Arlo falls down  is video quality (the Netgear Arlo […]

Top performance ASRock G10 Gaming Router

ASRock G10 Gaming Router using Qualcomm’s new IPQ8064 dual-core networking chip, along with a hefty 256MB of flash and 512MB of DRAM memory. The latest 802.11ac standard is supported, with a whopping eight antennae. ASRock claims the 802.11n 2.4GHz band is capable of 800Mbps, while the 5GHz 802.11ac hits a record-breaking 1733Mbps. Obviously these are […]

TAG Heuer Connected smartwatch-Swiss made

TAG Heuer has partnered with Google and Intel to make the Connected. As such, the device – built on the latest release of Android Wear (it’s iOS compatible to a certain extent) – ticks all the wearable boxes: it tracks your activity, counts your calories burned and steps taken, tells the time, wakes you up, […]

Intel processors Core i7-5960X and Core i7-6700K

Core i7-5960X Intel’s Extreme Edition CPUs have been the benchmark for high-performance PCs for many years, and the Core i7-5960X is no exception. Formerly code-named “Haswell-E,” this eight-core monster runs at 3GHz (with a Max Turbo frequency of 3.5GHz) and has a massive 20MB Intel Smart Cache. Thanks to Intel’s Hyper-Threading technology, the processor is […]

New from Canon- 3 excellent cameras

CANON POWERSHOT SX60 HS The SX60 HS looks like a small SLR, but its lens can’t be removed. The large optic covers a standard point-and-shoot image sensor, but does so with an incredible 65x zoom ratio. It offers excellent wide-angle coverage (21mm equivalent), and zooms in all the way to 1,365mm to lock onto distant […]

New world’s favourite RSS reader- Feedly

For many years, Google Reader was the world’s favourite RSS reader – a site that would gather all the latest news from other sites and present it in handy list form, either in a web browser or in third-party apps. It was closed in July 2012, and Feedly , which previously used data stored on […]

5 things to know about Android 5.1

  The launch of Android Lollipop has been a bit of a mess, with many Android phones yet to get the update. Indeed the latest polls suggest that more people are using ancient Android systems like Ice-Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread than Lollipop, which is still only on 12.4 percent of devices. Despite this, a number […]

AUDIOLAB 8300CD exceptional CD replay-black/silver

Audiolab faced a tough task when looking to update the 8200CDQ and this probably explains why at first sight there doesn’t seem to be a great deal of difference between the new 8300CD reviewed here and its predecessor.The 8300CD is housed in a slim aluminium chassis (black or silver) with Audiolab’s trademark slim control buttons. […]

PSB Speakers M4U 4 Headphone Hybrid System

While most in-ear headphones have dynamic or balanced armature drivers, the M4U 4 Hybrid Dual-Driver System uses both. Barton selected a balanced armature driver (BA) for its low distortion and extended high-frequency response, and the dynamic driver for its bass potency. Inside the earpiece, there’s a waveguide linking the BA driver with the proprietary 8mm […]

Brand new Thermaltake radiator fan Riing 12 LED

Following the trend of slapping RGB LEDs on any and all components, Thermaltake has released a brand new 256 colours edition of their Riing 12 LED Series 120mm radiator fan! While you’ll be marveling at the fan’s pretty lights, with hydraulic bearing and anti-vibration rubber pads you certainly won’t be hearing it whir all that […]