The Tandem USB connector is an excellent way to add more functionality to USB ports. With the increasing number of USB-compatible devices these days, it’s often difficult to find enough ports to connect all of the devices. The Tandem USB connector allows multiple devices to be plugged into the same port at the same time. Genius!
Not only is the Tandem USB connector eye-catching and colourful, it’s also a useful alternative to a USB hub. USB hubs also allow multiple devices to be connected at once, but the hub itself takes up much more space on the desktop. A great bonus of the Tandem USB is that its coloured cords make it especially easy to keep cords organised and untangled.
It’s an interesting concept for now. What do you think?
2010 is going to be the year that the smartphone comes to dominate the market and every manufacturer is joining in with its own hardware and software that claims to be smarter than the average mobile. The consumer will have to make their own decisions, although with so many cool phones out there, it could be more difficult than you might think.
HTC has become a key player in the modern smartphone market and the Legend benefits from the Android 2.1 operating system and a large 3.2 inch touchscreen display. The screen uses AMOLED technology, which has the capabilities to display rich colours and bright images without eating into the battery life. Wi-Fi connectivity couples with 3G for lightening fast internet access and a 5 megapixel camera with a flash and autofocus completes the Legend`s vital statistics. The Sense interface which HTC lays over the top of Android is a big selling point, as it makes customisation and social networking easily accessible. Read the rest of this entry »
Philips is launching what they claim to be the ultimate TV for cinematic viewing, the TV is a unique 21:9 ratio to match the ratio of modern films. The idea – no more black bars on your widescreen TV… perfect. Read the rest of this entry »
Jack Bauer since been captured in a fictional African civil war is back in Washington DC facing charges for the crimes he has previously committed in days 1-6. Luckily for Jack action will no doubt break up the legal drama, just in time to get him killing the bad guys within the first 15 real time minutes. Read the rest of this entry »
Netbooks are the new “big” thing, what started off being a niche filled by the Asus and Acer brands of this world is now catching the eye of the big guns. Both HP and Sony have announced further in roads in to the netbook arena, with HP shouting about its Mini 2140 Netbook and Sony bringing out a fit in your pocket netbook with built in 3G. Read the rest of this entry »
JVC is showing off its new prototype thin HD TV at CES, which is a mere 7mm thin. The 32inch Screen is surely the direction of things to come, but isn’t the thinnest TV at this years show – as rival Samsung is showing a TV that is 0.5mm thinner!
Sony’s impressive PlayStation 3, with its Blu-ray player and wireless connectivity, handily fills the home media niche. But the heart of the system belongs, as always, to the games, and those who desire the most out of their time with their PS3 should stock games from a variety of genres to fend off boredom. While new PS3 games are introduced frequently, several standout games have risen to the top of the heap. Read the rest of this entry »
With Mac World Expo 2009 looming the rumour mill is at full power predicting what is next Apple will do next and more significantly what may be launched at their last outing at Mac World. Read the rest of this entry »
Lets face it the reason to own Blu-ray is for its awesome picture and ear-shattering digital surround sound, but with so many films and television shows coming out on the format, it can be hard to choose which titles to start with. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s the start of 2009 and everyone is making top 10 lists, so we thought we would compile a list of the ones that have caught our eye… So as not to be predictable, this isn’t a top ten list! Read the rest of this entry »