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Sony Alpha 58 – Review April 2014
Rather than having two models in its line-up vying for attention in the competitive entry-level DSLR sector, Sony has consolidated the A37 and A57 into a single model - the A58.
Review Intel SSD 730 480GB
The champ is back. In the beginning, the landscape of consumer SSDs was wild, weird, and wondrous. The first solid-state drives used SLC NAND and made a mockery of hard drives’ performance.
Tablet Review - LG G Pad 8.3
There’s an awful lot to like about LG’s iPad Mini rival. It’s sleek, light, and very well engineered. But for all those not inconsiderable successes, the design and hardware is let down by the changes wrought to the tablet’s Android 4.2-based OS.
Panasonic Lumix GM1 – April 2014
Panasonic sought inspiration from its premium GX7 before developing the GM1 and despite being significantly smaller, it inherits many of the GX7's innards, including the same 16MP Live MOS sensor with a 4592 x 3448 pixel output and standard sensitivity range of 200-25,600, which is extendable to an equivalent of ISO 125.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 hand-on review (Part 2)
Like many recent cameras, the E-M1 has wifi connectivity. Once set up the Olympus O.I. Share app to your Android or iOS smartphone, you can control the camera. By quickly scanning the QR code displayed on the camera's LCD with a smart device, it syncs with the Wi-Fi network created by the camera.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 hand-on review (Part 1)
The E-M1 is styled in the same vein as a number of other recent micro four-thirds bodies from Olympus. That is to say, it has some retro flavor which draws inspiration from classic 1970s SLRs.
Gaming Headset Shootout Locked And Loud (Part 4) - Roccat Kulo, Sennheiser PC 363D
Overall audio performance for the G430 is mediocre. There are no tonal characteristics which jump to mind when first listening to the headset. While there are no glaring flaws with the audio rendition of tracks, such as Hotel California by the Eagles, the experience is unfortunately forgettable.
Gaming Headset Shootout Locked And Loud (Part 3) - SteelSeries Siberia Elite, Logitech G430 Gaming Headset
The "Siberia" moniker has always been used by SteelSeries for some of their top line, gaming audio offerings. Over the years the design has been refined, and the improvements are now embodied in the Siberia Elite gaming headset.
Gaming Headset Shootout Locked And Loud (Part 2)
There are no buttons, dials or gizmos on the Kraken itself. The body of the headset only features a retractable microphone. In our opinion this is a much more elegant design when compared to the raised boom microphone stow-away option found on other contenders, such as the Sennheiser PC 363D. The Kraken can only be plugged in to a computer via USB.
Gaming Headset Shootout Locked And Loud (Part 1) - Sennheiser PC 363D, Razer Kraken 7.1
Sennheiser may have made their name on the back of their excellent headphone and microphone products, but they also have a selection of gaming headsets worth considering.
Apple MacBook pro 13in
The last of the non- Retina MacBooks is still available for users who want an affordable laptop with a decent-sized hard disk and a DVD burner. It may look little dated, but with a seven-hour battery and Core i5 processor, it’s no slouch.
Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition Stylus
Evernote is a leader in note-taking apps for iOS devices, and in the middle of last year they acquired Penultimate, a digital handwriting app. Although Penultimate continues to remain a standalone app, it has been integrated with Evernote’s services.
AVADirect Clevo W230ST
As much as we enjoy pure PC power in our gaming laptops, we hate having to lug around big, hulking notebooks. Thankfully, this is something AVADirect attempts to address with its latest Clevo laptop, the W230ST.
A Refined Experience Philips Fidelio M1
On the surface, the Philips Fidelio M1 on-ears look like a simple pair of supra-aural headphones. Our review unit’s black and monotonous aesthetics were broken by orange stitching on the headband, as well as a dash of orange on the ear-cups.
Big On Features Philips PFL8008S
Philips as a company may have executed a tactical retreat from the consumer market, but the Philips brand has been franchised out. In the television market, the Philips name is used by TP Vision, with the PFL8008S/12 55-inch LED TV being a relatively new HDTV offering.
A Well-Rounded DSLR For Stills And Video Canon 70D
The Canon EOS 70D succeeds the 60D, Canon’s prosumer-level DSLR cameras which go against Nikon’s D7000-series. With its ability to shoot up to seven 20MP frames per second, the 70D is currently Canon’s highest-resolution APS-C DSLR, and the second-fastest behind the four-year old 7D’s eight frames-per-second maximum shooting speed.
Tips Why Bother With Foreground Interest?
Photography is a two-dimensional medium, but most of the things we photograph are three-dimensional, so you need to try to capture a sense of that third dimension – depth – otherwise your images will look flat.
Sony HAP-Z1ES/TA-A1ES High-Resolution Digital Music Player (Part 2)
Sony’s all-new amplifier to partner its ES HDD player is its first two-channel analogue amp since the TA-FA777ES. It’s not as luxurious as the copper-chassis’d ’777.
Sony HAP-Z1ES/TA-A1ES High-Resolution Digital Music Player (Part 1)
From the multinational corporation responsible for audio milestones such as those gorgeous Esprit components of the late 1970s, the revolutionary Walkman, the fiendishly clever digital compact disc, and SACD at the turn of the century, there’s an initiative to bring hi-fi replay back to the top of consumers’ must-have wish lists.
The New Excite Series – Dynaudio X34
Despite its range name, the Excite X34 is intended to be ‘particularly discreet’. It’s the smallest speaker in this group and the only one without any curves in its cabinet, which is finished in an unassertive Satin Black, rather than a showy gloss lacquer. But it’s also available in Satin White and Rosewood or Walnut veneers.
Mini PCs Small is perfect tiny (part 2)
We tested the mini PCs' 3D performance with racer Dirt Showdown and platformer Trine 2, which has sumptuous 3D backgrounds, and is the kind of game you might play from your sofa in your living room. We played around with various settings in each title in order to reach the magic 30 frames per second (fps) mark, where a game can be considered smoothly playable
Mini PCs Small is perfect tiny (part 1)
Mini Pcs Are designed to occupy less space and consume less power than your typical desktop box, so are ideal if space is at a premium. These PCs are so small they take up less room than a CD case on your desk, and many can even be screwed to the back of a monitor or TV.
New Hearing Aids And Audiophiles (Part 2)
Bluetooth obviates the interference problem but has issues of its own. First, while the Bluetooth standard itself is universal, the implementations in different manufacturers’ hearing aids are proprietary. Second, Bluetooth requires considerably more power to operate than a telecoil, which can have significant outcomes for hearing aid battery life.
New Hearing Aids And Audiophiles (Part 1)
There are two separate strands to this story, according to whether the music is live or reproduced. With live music it is the performance of the hearing aid via its microphone that determines the resulting quality, whereas with reproduced music it is possible to bypass the microphone circuits.
How To Conduct Headphones Group Test
Anyone can don a pair of headphones, play some music and pronounce on their sound quality – but to back up the listening experience with empirical evidence you have to perform acoustic measurements. With headphones that requires costly specialist equipment, experience and custom-written processing software...
Icon Audio MB90 MkIIm-150 (Part 2)
It was fascinating first of all to compare the sound on its Triode and Ultralinear mode settings. I found that the triode mode was often just more atmospheric-sounding, and ultralinear was generally just not quite so sweet. With Marta Gomez and Entre Cada Palabra the vocals could appear to be more focused, as, with the ultralinear, the singer seemed almost to be splashed across the stage rather than placed clearly.
Marantz Melody Stream M-Cr510 Review (Part 2)
For the performance, I cut to the chase and test the Melody Stream’s mettle with a 24/192 FLAC download of Haydn’s String Quartet in D played from a USB fl ash drive. The unit’s energy and ability to deliver every last drop of detail is abundantly clear as the strings whizz along.
Marantz Melody Stream M-Cr510 Review (Part 1)
If you were one of the few people who bought a style system during the last decade you probably risked derision from your cleaner, never mind your tech-savvy mates unable to fathom why you’d accept all of the compromises of such a purchase.
Digital Music System NAD D 7050 Review (Part 2)
Fresh out of the blocks and feeding a pair of Audiovector Mi 3 Signature floorstanders, the NAD immediately presents itself as an articulate performer. Unlike similarly priced products with strong personalities, it doesn’t have an obvious penchant for one type of music over another, instead it simply gets on with the job and tries to unearth as much musical detail as it can muster.
Digital Music System NAD D 7050 Review (Part 1)
You may think you’ve already seen the D 7050 gracing our review pages in recent months, as it looks strikingly similar to NAD’s D 3020 amp and D 1050 DAC, both of which we tested before.
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