Lenovo Smart Display brings Google Assistant to the Screen!

Lenovo have just announced, at CES 2018, yet another way to access the Google Assistant, from a display and speaker set up. Of course, the idea is nothing new, but it’s clear that both Lenovo and Google are hoping to steal some thunder from Amazon’s Echo Show, with the Smart Display. The device comes inContinue reading “Lenovo Smart Display brings Google Assistant to the Screen!”

Google Pixel 2 XL Review

As former, very satisfied, owners of the original Google Pixel, it was only natural we wanted to be one of the first to check out the successor to the original Google Pixel and Pixel XL, and so we did with the Google Pixel 2 XL. However, when it comes to a device with surrounding controversy,Continue reading “Google Pixel 2 XL Review”

Computex 2014: Samsung & Intel – Both companies teaming up for lower cost 4K Solutions

As far as unexpected announcement partnerships go, they don’t get more strange than Intel and Samsung, but the result of the partnership could be something really awesome moving forward. One thing Intel and Samsung have in common is Windows, Intel makes processors and Samsung makes decent Windows hardware to run on said processors, but theContinue reading “Computex 2014: Samsung & Intel – Both companies teaming up for lower cost 4K Solutions”

LG finally unveil the LG G3

Since the original LG Optimus G, LG’s flagships have always packed a punch, something clearly evident from last years G2. But, when it comes to packing a punch, LG definitely stepped things up a notch with todays eventual announcement of this, the LG G3. To say this phone has been hyped is an understatement, the ideaContinue reading “LG finally unveil the LG G3”

Apple iPhone 5C 8GB and iPad 4 return – What’s Apple doing?

I think it’s fair to say when it comes to the iPhone, the 5C has been everything but the success Apple hoped it would be, be that due to the ridiculous price tag for essentially an iPhone 5 or whatever else. Now, Apple have an ace up their sleeves … apparently, in the all newContinue reading “Apple iPhone 5C 8GB and iPad 4 return – What’s Apple doing?”

Apple Special Event October 2013

The second of our two company event coverage today, to check out our Nokia Event coverage you can find them here, but back to Apple. The Apple Event began as they all do, up comes Tim Cook on stage with a good Apple summarisation and stat count of all things Apple. But as usual forContinue reading “Apple Special Event October 2013”

Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel

Google today announced the Chromebook Pixel, a new Chrome OS-based notebook that Google is aiming probably directly at Apple’s MacBook Air, but with 32GB storage for $1300, really Google? On the hardware front, Google has built in a high-resolution touchscreen display, as well as 32 or 64GB SSD storage, a backlit keyboard, and a dual coreContinue reading “Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel”

Apple WWDC 2012 – iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, MacBook Air/Pro and Mac Pro updated, new MacBook Pro Retina

Beginning After an odd introduction by Siri, which wasn’t as funny as the classic Mac and PC, but still pretty good, the keynote was ready to start. The keynote kicks off with a much more witty it seemed Tim Cook who highlighted the usual year on year overview of progress and numbers, then a videoContinue reading “Apple WWDC 2012 – iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, MacBook Air/Pro and Mac Pro updated, new MacBook Pro Retina”

Apple MacBook Pro Update = Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and more!

Today Apple shocked the crowd … OK they didn’t we saw it coming, but anyway, Apple has updated its MacBook Pro line and from afar you probably can’t tell that they’ve changed it, even though the ports have changed, next to the previous gen still look the same, more on that in a minute. ContraryContinue reading “Apple MacBook Pro Update = Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt and more!”

Apple September 1st 2010 Event – iPod Shuffle, Nano, Touch and Apple TV

When it comes to iPod updates, they don’t get much better than this! Aside from the Shuffle, which I’ve always thought was a waste of space, I think we’ve some great updates here! iPod Classic Before I start with the new models, some people were a bit worried that Apple never mentioned (not even once)Continue reading “Apple September 1st 2010 Event – iPod Shuffle, Nano, Touch and Apple TV”

Apple Mini Display Port to VGA Adapter & Dual Monitor Setup on Mac OSX Review

Intro Welcome to my review of the Mini Display Port VGA Adapter. You might not think this is much, but for Apple MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Mini, Mac Pro users its quite nice addition. One good thing about this is if you have what I have, a laptop and connecting to a display, especially VGAContinue reading “Apple Mini Display Port to VGA Adapter & Dual Monitor Setup on Mac OSX Review”

HP 2159v 22" (21.5" Diagonal) 1080P HD Display Review

Intro Welcome to the HP 2159v review, as you can see the display is a very good looking display, and take note how the surrounding bessel is similar to that on the MacBook Pro line-up from Apple, which is kinda what made me go for it really! Connections The display connects either through a 16-pinContinue reading “HP 2159v 22" (21.5" Diagonal) 1080P HD Display Review”