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Samsung Galaxy Note 4
After years of touting a supersized phone, Samsung has finally established itself as the leader in the field with its Galaxy Note series of devices.
Escort Cosworths – Three’s allowed (Part 2)
That’s where Dave stepped in. A veritable walking encyclopedia of all things Cosworth, he was the man for the job. He helped swap the suspension, the rear beam and all the engine goodies over – engine goodies such as the S200 Borg Warner turbo for one.
Productivity Transformed Microsoft Surface 2 Review
On the outset, the Surface 2 appears relatively unchanged, with Microsoft opting for the same wide black bezel, tapered edges and rounded corners, save for the matte silver-gray VaporMg chassis that adorned the rear surface (pun intended).
“T” Stands For Tough Fujifilm X-T1 Review
As the adage goes, "the best camera is the one that is with you." Understanding that photographers are travelers and adventurers, FUJIFILM released an electronic viewfinder interchangeable lens camera that is weatherproof and is designed with the professional in mind.
Oppo N1 Review A New Alternative Phone For You
If you never hear about the Chinese Oppo brand name, we won’t blame you for that. It would actually be wise of us to point out that the company has been making a rapid expansion all around Asia recently.
My Audio Design 1920S Monitors Loudspeaker
My Audio Design – MAD, as they are commonly known– make some of the most respected hi-fi loud speakers available today. Now, following the success of the Grand MS studio monitors the company is extending its range of audiophile-grade monitoring systems.
Loudspeaker : Dynaudio Excite X38 (Part 3)
As an experiment I tried driving the X38s with a little 45W integrated amplifier, a vintage Pioneer A-300R Precision, and enjoyed perfectly respectable sound when I didn’t strive for excessive, party-level SPLs.
Loudspeaker : Dynaudio Excite X38 (Part 2)
With its latest Excite range seen at last summer’s Munich High End show, Dynaudio says it aims to ‘provide a touch of luxury at affordable prices’.
Loudspeaker : Dynaudio Excite X38 (Part 1)
Speaking with dealers, to garner opinions on which speaker models are currently proving popular with UK consumers, reveals that Dynaudio has hit an interesting price-point with the X38.
BOSSRC-505 Loop Station
Loop-based recording has been commonplace both in studios and the live world for quite a while, but the technology behind the live side of things has been slow to develop.
Beyerdynamic DX 160 IE Review
Beyerdynamic has always been at the forefront of the audio industry. So it came to no surprise when the DX series was released and was well received, as it gave the same quality that we now expect from all of beyedynamic's products, at least to the consumers.
Y-cam Home Monitor HD
Home security cameras normally have a few pitfalls: they can be difficult to set up, have poor video quality or ask you to pay extra for motion-sensing and video recording services.
The Smart TV Choice Toshiba Pro Theatre 50L4300VM
Televisions used to be a simple affair, you tuned into a channel for the show you want to watch and that's the end of it. But Toshiba believes that a TV should do much more than being a passive display for your media consumption. Thus, the company introduced the new Pro Theatre L4300, a one-of-a-kind smart TV that runs on Android.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 & Fujifilm X-T1 (Part 2)
Fujifilm can be credited for starting the retro-camera design craze that has resulted in getting some stylish and well-constructed bodies that feature all-metal enclosures, durable buttons and knobs, as well as the look, feel, and handling that harkens back to the golden days of manual photography and premium rangefinder cameras.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 & Fujifilm X-T1 (Part 1)
In one swift stroke, Olympus has merged its long standing professional grade four thirds line with its innovative OM-D line and the result is really the pinnacle of what is possible with non-DSLR interchangeable lens cameras.
Sony UDA-1 USB DAC Amplifier Review (Part 2)
The UDA-1 is a clean and consistent performer, that sits back and lets your speakers do the talking, without imparting too much of its own character. Hooked up to my laptop and feeding a pair of Q Acoustics 2020i bookshelf speakers it looks and sounds right at home.
Sony UDA-1 USB DAC Amplifier Review (Part 1)
This new range is also sensibly streamlined, with a handful of carefully considered separates spread across distinct product categories. There are the high-end TA-A1ES integrated amp and HAP-Z1ES media player, each costing $3,316.41 each. While at the more affordable end of the market sit a couple of Astell&Kern-rivalling hi-res Walkmans and the UDA-1 you see before you.
Sony Alpha 7 - Marvel from Sony (Part 2)
One of the drawbacks of the NEX-series was that the body was far too small compared to the lenses. This problem would be accentuated with the full-frame sensor of the Α 7. Sony will have to use all its technological prowess to produce lenses that match the smaller body of the Α 7 in weight and size.
Sony Alpha 7 - Marvel from Sony (Part 1)
Sony entered the imaging space after the acquisition of the Minolta D-SLR manufacturing line in 2006. Initially, the D-SLRs on offer were largely based on Minolta designs.
Sony Alpha 65 – Review April 2014
Both the Sony Alpha 77 and Alpha 65 were announced at the same time, and while the A77 generated the most headlines the A65 has been somewhat overlooked. In many ways it's the A65 that deserves to be the more popular, due to its impressive specifications and more reasonable asking price.
Peripheral Edge - The Best Competitive Edge (Part 5)
Arming yourself with the aforementioned equipment is more likely to value-add to your gaming experience, as opposed to converting you from ladder loser to the lofty heights of best player.
Peripheral Edge - The Best Competitive Edge (Part 4)
For an affordable option with an impressive 6400 dot-per-inch (dpi) optical sensor for accurate movement translation, get your hands on the Razer DeathAdder ($45). Logitech has a history of offering solid gaming mice, such as the G500 ($45), which includes the option to add a variety of internal weights to alter how the mouse glides in your hand.
Peripheral Edge - The Best Competitive Edge (Part 3)
While LCD screens with low response times are the norm nowadays, there’s the potential for a greater gaming edge depending on your monitor configuration. For shooter fans looking for a single-monitor option, AOC’s G2460P ($345) combines a 144Hz refresh rate with a 1ms response time on a 24-inch screen for the ultimate in negligible input lag.
Peripheral Edge - The Best Competitive Edge (Part 2)
If you have a bigger budget, consider the respected Samsung 840 PRO range; ideally, in a size larger than the 128GB base model to allow for the installation and faster operation of more software. The higher price nets you an SSD that beats the M500 across the crucial read/ write speed comparisons.
Peripheral Edge - The Best Competitive Edge (Part 1)
One of the greatest things about the potency of the PC is the near unlimited customisation options on offer for the ultimate in personalisation prowess. When it comes to forging a gaming PC, it’s easy to get lost in the sheer number of available hardware peripherals; particularly for savvy gamers seeking the right gear to gain a competitive edge.
Sony Nex-7 – April 2014
The NEX-7 is a curious-looking beast, due in part to its two blank rotational wheels on the top-plate. While odd to the eye, this isn't a problem in use as the thumb naturally falls on one of them.
Sony Nex-5T – April 2014
The NEX-5T sits between the NEX-3N and the NEX-7 in the wider Sony product range, with a specification closer to the former than the latter - sharing the same 16.1-megapixel Exmor APS-C CMOS sensor - although most of its other features are carried over from its immediate predecessor the NEX-5R.
Panasonic Lumix GM1 – Mighty Mini (Part 3)
Some users may feel that the images on GM1’s LCD are not as ‘punchy’ as those on the LCDs of some other cameras but this could be due to the less contrasty LCD on the GM1 (in fact I would consider the contrast in GM1’s LCD to be ‘normal’, whereas most other cameras have comparatively ‘contrasty’ LCDs).
Panasonic Lumix GM1 – Mighty Mini (Part 2) - Ergonomics, Performance
The camera is PictBridge compliant. It uses a 680 mAh rechargeable Lithium -ion battery, which, under CIPA rating, should last for 230 shots. The camera weighs 274g with its kit lens, battery and card and comes bundled with the following software: PHOTOfun STUDIO9.2 AE SILKYPIX Developer Studio 4.1 SE LoiloScope (trial version)
Panasonic Lumix GM1 – Mighty Mini (Part 1) - Design and Build Quality
Talk about miniaturization! The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1, which may be launched soon in India, is the smallest interchangeable lens mirror-less compact camera that we have ever reviewed! The body is smaller than the palm of an average adult man. Though there could be some compromises in functionality due to the small size, the GM1 will satisfy most users. The camera will be available in black-silver grey and fawn-silver grey combinations.
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