Category: Reviews

  • Acer Aspire One Linux Netbook Review

    Netbooks have very much become an integral part of our hyperconnected lifestyles. These smaller computers slot right in between the functionality of a proper smartphone and a larger laptop, making them an affordable way to gain access to the “real” Internet without lugging around a big notebook. While a lot of people prefer to take […]

  • Kingston 8GB microSDHC Mobility Kit Review

    So many memory card formats, so little time. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could amalgamate all of those photos and music onto a single memory card, transporting it between devices without having to deal with multiple memory cards? That appears to be the idea behind this memory kit from the good people […]

  • SanDisk Sansa slotMusic MP3 Player Review

    If you are looking to take your music with you on the go, you have a lot of options these days. If you want to stick to the most popular brand out there, then you can opt for any number of different Apple iPod models. If you prefer the offerings of Redmond, Washington, then you […]

  • Asus Eee PC 1000HE Review

    Netbooks are getting incredibly popular these days, because so many people don’t want to bother lugging around a larger notebook PC just to check up on some email or to watch a random YouTube video. At the same time, the mobile experience of a BlackBerry or iPhone can leave a lot to be desired too. […]

  • Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse Review

    I’ve had the opportunity to use several higher-end computer mice from Logitech and they have always impressed me. The Logitech MX Revolution is arguably the best laser mouse I have ever used, offering unparalleled precision and speed, as well as a great level of comfort. Logitech took it down a few sizes with the VX […]

  • Logitech Z Cinema Home Theater Speaker Review

    It used to be that computers would be used for little more than text documents and spreadsheets, but more and more people are turning to their PCs for entertainment value as well. The trouble is that the speakers that are built into a laptop or come bundled with a desktop are usually pretty crappy. They […]