The latest gadgets reviewed
When unpacking the Benq GV1 portable projector you would be forgiven for thinking it was a portable speaker, it has a similar design with its wrap-around speaker grill, however its lens and tilting head are a giveaway as to its real function. This compact little projector measures up at 80mm x 155mm x 80mm, weighs just 708g and comes with a remote (essential for controlling the projector) and carry bag.
As sports watches go, the Airboss Mechanical from Victorinox has a rather stylish design with a slimmed-down profile, the Swiss-made automatic movement ETA 2824-2 is visible through the translucent exhibition case back and in a world of the digital takeover there is something completely satisfying with seeing these delicate little cogs and mechanisms flitter about. The Airboss Mechanical comes in six designs, two with stainless steel strap, two with full leather strap and two with a fabric strap with leather inner lining.
You might wonder why anyone would shell out for a digital notepad over the traditional pen and paper, well for starters your notes will be immediately backed up, unlike your scrawl on the back of an old envelope, it can also be edited, easily searched, shared and printed, however digital notepads can provide a clumsy writing experience. The RoWrite combines the practical features of a digital notepad with the familiarity of writing with a ballpoint pen on real paper; it works by clipping a single sheet of paper on top of the RoWrite sensor, you can then us
There are no short cuts when it comes to learning a new skill, be it playing the piano or weight lifting, you are only going to get better through practice, that isn’t to say there aren’t ways that can bring your practice sessions to the next level, making sure you are well rested oh and electrocuting your brain. Ok, so it’s not quite as bad as that; the Halo Sport 2 uses neuroscience to help you learn skills more efficiently, you know how you fluff up a pillow to make it softer and then it moulds to your head better, think of it a little like that…but wit
Twelve South are a company that primarily design accessories for Apple products. Whilst they’re best known for creating the BookBook, a stylish case for iPhones and MacBooks giving the device the appearance of a book, they have recently come out with the AirFly, a handy adapter for connecting Bluetooth headphones to non-Bluetooth devices.
This USB-C dock brings everything you need into one place by equipping your laptop with HDMI, Ethernet, USB ports, and charging. It features a built-in Qi charging pad for recharging compatible devices wirelessly. The Symbus Q can transform a laptop into a full-featured desktop system. The Q-coil technology, Symbus Q, can charge through cases up to 5 mm in thickness, which means you can just place your phone on the charger without having to dismantle it first.
Although some of us are still waiting for our letters from Hogwarts, if you think about it, us muggles can perform some pretty incredible magic. With a touch of a button, we can have a face to face conversation with a friend on the other side of the world, we can switch off the lights just by speaking the right words… I even recently reviewed a self-stirring spoon just like Mrs. Weasley’s! Maybe we can’t perform the Levicorpus on people that annoy us, but we don’t have to deal with dragons either, so swings and roundabouts.
The Bresser Science ETD-201 is a stereo reflected light and transmitted light microscope. It can be used for medical applications as well as agriculture and forestry, criminology, academic, mechanics and electronic engineering, sciences and schools. This microscope has an extra-wide foot and stage, with a tall height range to better view large objects.
When we think of air pollution our minds will conjure up images of backed up traffic, foggy skylines and chimneys coughing out great plumes of smoke, however recent research suggests there could in fact be more air pollution inside your home than outside. Think about it, cleaning products, air fresheners, candles, cooking fumes, skin/Hair products, pets, perfume even dust can affect the air quality.