Wednesday
Oct012014

Spigen Tough Armor & Slim Armor iPhone 6 & 6 Plus Cases Review

We've recently looked at what Apple had to offer with its minimalist Silicone Case, and now it's time for us to step things into third party gear with some Spigen case goodness for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. In particular, Spigen's toughest series of cases – the hugely popular Tough Armor and Slim Armor series of sensibly priced iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cases. If you're looking for a drop protective case, this insightful review will hopefully make your buying decision easier than ever. So what are you waiting for, the full review is waiting for your after the break!

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Friday
Sep262014

Apple iPhone 6 & 6 Plus Silicone Case Review

Apple's next-generation line of larger than life iPhones have hit the market by storm. And our job is to test the latest and greatest in iPhone protection. It isn't easy picking a case for the hottest smartphone on the market when there's a overwhelming selection of cases to choose from. And if you want to play it safe, considering one of the official Apple-made cases for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is generally the easiest decision you can make when looking to protect your investment. Instead of releasing one case as it has for the iPhone 5s, this year Apple has released two cases for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus: one made from genuine leather and the other from a less premium silicone material. Both options mirror last year's iPhone 5s Leather Case design, albeit precision made to fit in with Apple's new rounder design trend of the iPhone 6. Naturally we were more interested in checking out Apple's new Silicone Case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which should appeal to a lot more users than Apple's more expensive leather variant. The question is should you encase your slick, bigger and better iPhone in one of Apple's silicone cases? You can catch our full, in-depth review down below to find out.

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Saturday
Sep202014

Dyson DC59 Motorhead Review

Let's face one of life's unavoidable chores...cleaning. More specifically, vacuuming. Yes that's right, the 'v' word. Unless you're someone that's extraordinarily wealthy or you have nothing but hardwood/tile flooring, you frequently vacuum like the rest of us. And if you're anything like me, you too hate that mile-long cable that gets in your way during an already miserable time, which suffice it to say you'd rather be spending doing something else. And if that wasn't enough (cue first world problems), your vacuum lacks the required suction power to pick up that freshly ground espresso you've accidentally dropped all over that floor. Are you tired of inadvertently exercising your arm when vacuuming? Worry not, Dyson's lightweight and very much cord-free digital vacuum stick wants to make your life more tolerable with its long battery life and incredibly powerful sucking power. 

The DC59 Motorhead is Dyson’s latest flagship cordless vacuum that bills itself as the most powerful and versatile handheld cordless stick-style vacuum on the market. Dyson even says it will out-perform some of the best selling full-sized corded upright vacuum cleaners. It all sounds very impressive on paper and it certainly looks stunning by design, but how will the DC59 Motorhead fare under our control? If you’re all about looking into the latest in advanced home gadgetry, you won’t want to miss out on our Dyson action down below!

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Sunday
Sep142014

Sony SRS-X3 Portable Wireless Speaker Review

The thing about portable speakers is that while they make listening to music super conveniant and more social in a mobile lifestlye, most of the ones that you can actually carry around with you willingily aren't capable of providing a that low-end bass you otherwise hear when listening to a large speaker setup, which typically means you can't fit that kind of audio gear into your backpack or move it around as effortlessly as a more compact portable speaker like the $150 JBL Charge 2 and many others. We do know of one such device capable of delivering a convincing amount of bass while still being an extremely easy to carry wireless speaker, and that's the Bose SoundLink Mini. It wasn't until recently that we had trouble finding a portable speaker that was as small as the SoundLink Mini and that could also match its outstanding level of audio richness.

We're talking of course about Sony's SRS-X3. As of today, we think that it's Sony's best sounding portable Bluetooth speaker you can buy that's as moderately sized as many other highly popular and noteworthy alternatives such as the UE Boom, JBL Charge 2 and the Bose SoundLink Mini itself. Sony is clearly taking a jab at Bose with its similarly specced and more competitively priced SRS-X3 speaker. Can Sony's $150 SRS-X3 beat the more expensive $200 SoundLink Mini at its own game? Find out which of these can drop a more satisfying bass punch in our full review and comparison down below!

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Thursday
Sep042014

Solarade Portable USB Solar Charger Review

Out of all the Kickstarter products that were recently introduced into the consumer market, the Solarade has got to be our favorite new gadget that sadly didn't receive the recognition it deserved. Designed by a small independent design studio and manufactured in Korea using U.S-made components, the Solarade bills itself as the world's smallest solar charger that is capable of charging virtually any USB-powered device out at a remote location as fast as you can charge at home. It's the slimmest, most lightweight and minimally designed solar panel charger we've seen so far that's as functional as that white USB power adapter you use to charge your iPhone with.

And yes, if you can't live without your technology outdoors you can use the Solarade to individually charge your tablet, your phone, camera, flashlight and pretty much anything else that can be charged over a USB connection. That's because the Solarade claims that it's the most compact portable solar panel charger on the market that's capable of delivering true 1A (5V) output current through its USB charging port using a powerfully efficient 5Watt solar panel. Meaning it's as quick of a natural energy source charger as a typical USB wall charger, and that is without a doubt an impressive feature to have when it comes to portable solar energy. More solar charging goodness awaits you in the full review down below.

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Saturday
Aug302014

Logitech G502 Proteus Core vs. G402 Hyperion Fury Review

Logitech has recently come out with two new hyperbolical wired gaming mice promising speed, accuracy, agility and potentially unimaginable gaming performance prowess. The astonishingly futurist looking G502 Proteus Core (left) is Logitech's first weight-adjustable performance mouse featuring the company's advanced Delta Zero gaming-grade optical sensor capable of reaching super-human DPI levels of up to 12,000 without dreadful cursor acceleration, as well as an improved hyper-fast scroll wheel. And for those on a stricter budget, there's the new G402 Hyperion Fury gaming mouse. And although it does come with less premium features and a cheaper price tag compared to the G502, as its name suggest, the G402 is supposedly the world's fastest lab-developed mouse geared towards professional FPS gaming thanks to its gyro and accelerometer-enhanced Fusion Engine hybrid Delta Zero sensor technology, which is capable of tracking insanely fast hand movements of up to 500 ips without skipping a single beat. So which one should you pick? Stay tuned to our comprehensive comparison review after the break!

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Tuesday
Aug262014

Bluelounge Soba Review

Bluelounge's newest offering is a yet another stylish organizer in the form of a cable sleeve router. The Soba, as Bluelounge calls it, is a lengthy sleeve tubing made out of a braided nylon fabric material that can expand to fit a mixture of power and data cables while auto-coiling all on its own to snuggly bind your cables into one resilient loom using a so-called Vortex technology in an attempt to rid you from that awful-looking cable clutter lurking behind or underneath your desk in arguably the most professional way possible. While not the first of its kind, the Soba is the most aesthetically pleasing cable routing solution we've seen yet. But is it also the most effective and least frustrating be-all and end-all cable management accessory? Be sure to catch our full review down below to find out!

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Friday
Aug152014

Just Mobile AluPen Digital Stylus Review

Just Mobile made a lot of headlines when it released its thick pencil-shaped all-aluminum stylus a few years ago. And now the company is following up with its brand new take on the powered and so-called smart stylus market with the AluPen Digital. It's a beautifully designed, super-sensitive aluminum hybrid stylus with an extremely fine tip designed to give you that familiar feeling of using a ball-point pen – only with your tablet or smartphone. And the great thing about the AluPen Digital is that it just works. Straight out of the box. Although it is indeed a powered stylus, there's no Bluetooth pairing or proprietary technology involved to limit its functionality so you can use it with virtually any app that's available for iOS and Android devices. Look for our full review after the jump!

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