In just a few days CES 2016 will be underway in Las Vegas and who better to keep us updated than the guys at Engadget?! Until then, take a look at what to expect from the biggest tech show of the year.
Today, we will be looking at a nifty little accessory designed to make numerical data entry a whole lot easier and more comfortable. It’s the PERIPAD-202 from our good friends at Perixx.
If you have a home theater PC (HTPC) or some kind of Android device connected to your TV, you know how handy it is to have a wireless keyboard and mouse. Using the on-screen keyboard is a pain, nor does anyone want to walk up to the
Gyms – what a transformation! Gone are the days of rusty rowing machines and half-deflated yoga balls. These days it’s all about super-sophisticated technology and enhancing the gym experience as much as possible. After all, it’s a competitive market. Here we have a look at some of
The Nexus 7 was a popular tablet due to its price, software and hardware now Google have released its successor the Nexus 7 2. The main new features include back/front facing cameras, a full HD screen, a 1.5 GHZ processor plus 2GB of RAM. The new Nexus
Today we will be looking at another piece of handy kit from our friends at Lovecases.co.uk – the 4-in-1 Sync and Carge Cable. The cable offers a MicroUSB, Apple Lightning and an oldschool 30-pin Apple connector. The cable can charge and sync a huge number of devices
At Samsung’s ATIV event today, the company has announced a range of products, perhaps the most impressive of which is the ATIV Q. It’s a 13.3-inch hybrid tablet-slider device that runs both Windows 8 and Android on a super high resolution 3800 x 1800 display (QHD+), which
Aside from the big iOS 7 unveiling at WWDC, Apple has announced updates to other products in its line-up. Amongst them is the MacBook Air which has been refreshed to provide more power, improved graphics, faster Wi-Fi and a longer battery life. Unfortunately, no Retina display this
The PlayStation 4 will cost $399 (399 EUR or 349 GPB), Sony has announced at their E3 2013 press conference, undercutting the Xbox One (bundled with Kinect) by $100, although this particular PS4 bundle appears to only include the console and a controller; camera hardware sold separately.
Of course it is a video game console. However, with all that it can do, it might be mistaken for a mini-computer. Whether necessary or not, this particular console comes with a wide variety of non-gaming related apps. Users can talk on Skype, toggle between different apps,