One day last summer, I know it was summer because it rained on that day as I attended an event that included an introduction to a product known as View21. As can sometimes happen with an introduction look at a product, several months were to fade into distant memory before I was able to get my hands on a product to check it out.
I have always imagined that time travel would be an invention of the future but this next game has the development of time travel in the past.
This is a rather nice Smart TV, it is also a good large screen panel. I have seen a report saying the new black is white; this almost qualifies as the back and base are both white, the face is however still a traditional black colour.
Creative has added to its range of speaker systems with the release of a new model in its Inspire series.
These are two sets of headphones from a company in Sweden. The first is a lightweight set with smaller earpieces and a little padding on the headband, the second even more lightweight and these also have a modern feel.
This next game attempts to add a new slant to the popular Hidden Object Adventure genre with some innovative features.
Two satellites and a beefy sub woofer plus a corded remote to allow you to control the overall volume without leaving the comfort of your chair. It can be used to spice up your PC or connect to anything with a 3.5mm jack.
After each review of an Edifier speaker system, I try to imagine what shape or appearance the company’s next model will adopt. I have yet to get even close.
Where they come from nobody knows but the Globs need your help to progress to the next stage in their evolution.
Both these units from rely of what you sit them on to produce the majority of volume, a small amount - enough for a quiet room – occurs naturally but place either of these of different solid surfaces makes everything come alive.
Are you ready to enter a nightmare? This is the challenge facing you with the Big Fish Games Nightmare Realm. This next game adds an Origami tutorial to the popular mix of adventure, action and Hidden Object searching.
It has been quite a while since I last looked at a Hauppauge television tuner. Now the company has added WiFi capability to a two-tuner device for around the world access.
Assuming their Christmas money is not already spent here are two more candidates. First the i-Hog a flying pig, who said there were no such things. Second for those a little older a vertical jigsaw from Ravensburger of the Eiffel Tower.
Its green, it flies and it goes to prove that a popular expression could be proved correct.
Unlike other such devices that are designed to sit in front of the TV this is made so that your TV and stand sit on it. This means that exterior sound really surrounds and engulfs the TV so you realise how bad your own TV sound is.
Here a set of headphones from a new name to me Fanny Wang. Mind you I have not heard of Musical Fidelity who makes the ear buds either. I know I am getting old but two totally new names – to me - in the crowded audio field.
The Westernised version of the ancient Chinese Mah Jong board game comes to the rescue of a world in a state of imbalance.
For those looking for a portable speaker for their work area, Yamaha has developed a unit that also provides iPod docking facilities.
In the past I have reviewed earbuds from Cygnett that were in the value market. Here are two sets of headphones – their first - that are something to fill the mid price gap, nice quality at a still quite acceptable price point.
Usually when you die in a game, you restart from your current location but not in this case as you are transported from one planet to another.
The Sonoro goLondon is a DAB/FM radio although without the rod aerial raised it might not be immediately obvious. The shape is vertical and the actual controls are underneath, it does take a while to get used to this units rather unusual format.