Review: Buttons Buttons

Black Eyed Peas front man likes to think of himself as a bit of a technology auteur. His own website describes him as being “an idea generator” and someone who is on the “frontier of interactive technology” . The sad reality is that everything, up until this point, that has been born from the idea… Continue reading →

Review: Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Laptop

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Laptop

The new XPS 13 2-in-1 is Dell’s latest offering in what is still a relatively small hybrid laptop/tablet market. It’s not that hybrids haven’t been around for years now, quite the opposite in fact, the first hybrids hit the market a decade ago. The problem they’ve had is that most of them (up until recently) have… Continue reading →

Review: Apple AirPods

Apple AirPods

Apple has a grand history of making great-bad products. From the iconically troublesome G4 Cube to the more recent dead-in-the-water Mac Pro trashcan, they have an uncanny ability to create bad products that people must have. Well, fear not Apple fans, they’ve managed to do it again! Amongst all their success from the iMac, iPhone… Continue reading →

Review: Beoplay H5 wireless earphones

Beoplay H5 wireless earphones

As you’d expect from Bang & Olufsen the Beoplay H5 wireless earphones are an exquisitely designed, beautiful, minimalistic product. Each of their lightweight earbuds contains a tiny 6.4mm driver along with a 50mAh Li-ion battery that delivers a modest five hours of battery life. The earbuds come equipped with a relatively standard silicone ear tip that,… Continue reading →

Review: Beats Powerbeats3

Beats Powerbeats3

Beats by Dre’s Powerbeats3 wireless earbuds are one of only a handful available today that includes Apple’s hassle-free-connection W1 chip. Out of those it’s the only one who’s design includes around the ear support, which is a godsend for those constantly battling with earbuds that never quite fit and for more active folk running or… Continue reading →

Review: Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn (HZD) is the latest title from long time PlayStation collaborator Guerrilla Games. Known primarily for their highly successful first-person shooter series Killzone the last thing anyone expected Guerrilla to produce was an open-world RPG title. What’s surprised people even more is just how well they’ve pulled it off, creating one of the year’s… Continue reading →