The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air is a beautifully designed keyboard that exudes quality craftsmanship. Typing on it feels like a a natural transition from a normal full sized keyboard.
With an RRP of £49.99, Inateck’s BP2001 remarkably affordable, and it packs 10W of audio, too. But can a jack-of-all-trades company really produce a masterful sound experience? To find out, I gave the BP2001 a try.
PhotoSweeper is powerful duplicate photo cleaner that has been designed purely for comparing images and removing duplicates. But does the simplicity equate to an overly limited workflow? I went hands on to find out…
Atomic Floyd’s stainless steel earbuds are known for their outstanding durability and craftsmanship, and this review will be looking at their HiDefDrum in-ear headphones.
Beats released a new generation of its signature headphones, named Solo2. But does its audio impress as much as its flashy exterior? Read our review to find out.
The Zagg Cover for iPad Air with a clamshell-like design made possible by an ingenious hinge, pleasant backlit keys and a sturdy build, is poised to be among the best keyboards available for the iPad Air at the moment.
The “Low Battery” warning is something I dread seeing when I’m out and about. Fortunately there are a myriad of solutions to mitigate this problem, among which the Energi Sliding Power Case by Tylt.
After spending some time with the Zagg Universal, the Kensington KeyCover Plus — a hard shell keyboard case for the iPad Air — was a stark and welcomed change. It’s anodised aluminium finish and metallic bezel give it a refined and stylish look, while it’s discreet rubber feet
We iPad owners want slimness, yet we also want protection and extras like hand grips, stands and carrying handles. It’s a challenge Native Union is taking on with the Gripster. But is it the best of all worlds?
Modern audio isn’t just about great, powerful sound — it has to be compact, pretty and connected, too. And that is exactly what Blue Aura appears to be aiming for with the X10, a kitchen-size Bluetooth speaker that retails at £309. But does it truly meet that ambition?