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Review: WD My Cloud Mirror
The WD My Cloud Mirror is a NAS that gives you your own private cloud, but offers the redundancy of a RAID1 backup, meaning your data is protected in the event of a hard drive failure.
Review: Actiontec ScreenBeam Pro Wireless Display Receiver
The Actiontec ScreenBeam Pro Wireless Display Receiver simplifies the way information can be shared through an interface so simple, even a CEO can figure it out!
Review: Panasonic HC-W850 Video Camera
In this day and age, DSLRs and video cameras feel superfluous, especially with the increasing technical abilities of smartphones and devices. So what makes Panasonic release a $1300 video camera onto the market, and is it worth it?
Review: Livescribe 3 smartpen
With the proliferation of connected devices, how can the Lightscribe help replace the humble pen? What value does it offer?
Review: Parrot Minikit Neo Glam
If you want to know that it’s going to work first time, every time, then make sure it’s a Parrot.
Review: Intel NUC
The Intel NUC has been around for a while but hasn’t set the world alight. With its latest model, Intel aims to become a standard for computers, and make a sizeable dent in the Enterprise space.
Review: The Parrot Zikmu Solo
The Parrot Zikmu Solo designed by Phillippe Starck is a stand alone bluetooth, wifi and iPod speaker that will give you a stylish home speaker system and the ability to connect to most devices.
Review: Rapoo H8030 Wireless Stereo Headset
With the prevalence of Bluetooth headsets, what use is a wireless headset anymore?
Review: Galaring G1 NFC Ring
In 2013, a Kickstarter campaign to fund the first NFC ring was started by John McLear, a British inventor / entrepreneur. It was massively oversubscribed, with funding reaching 8X the amount asked for.
Review: Pebble Smartwatch
The Pebble Smartwatch was originally created from a Kickstarter campaign. It's just released the Pebble Steel with orders outstripping supply. Is wearable technology really where it's all going?
Hands on with the Microsoft Surface 2...
With Microsoft’s recent release of the Surface 2, they have thrown down the gauntlet to Apple and Google. Does the Surface 2 knock the king of tablets off its perch?
Review: Microsoft Surface Pro 2
Does Microsoft’s answer to the Ultrabook sink or swim as a viable business machine, or is it just a toy?
The iUSBportCAMERA offers the ability to remotely control your DSLR, pairing with an iDevice, other smart devices or your computer to offer live preview and image capture.
The tinké by Zensorium is a device that has gained a lot of attention lately (although it was at CES in 2012!)
Review: Wacom Intuos Pro Medium
I was excited to have a go with the Wacom Pro graphics tablet. I'd had a small version when I used to work in photo editing and I wanted to see the progression they'd made. Using tablets made my creativity so much easier to transfer to the image. Did it deliver?
Review: Rapoo H6080 Bluetooth Headphones
I’ve been searching for Bluetooth headphones as I listen to my music from my laptop and it’s good to be able to get up and move around without losing the music.
Review: Rapoo E6700 Bluetooth Keyboard
The Rapoo E6700 keyboard is the newest release from the fast growing Chinese manufacturer’s stable. How does it stack up in day to day use?
Review: Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook
With a delicious 1080p Gorilla Glass screen wrapped in carbon fibre and aluminium, does the new Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook live up to its hefty price tag?
Review: Microsoft Xbox One
Yes I disappeared for a while as I received the new Microsoft Xbox One and had to ‘test’ it out for a while :)
Android App Review: Little Lot
Now I’ve got my first decent Android phone, I’ve been testing out some new apps out there and one I’m really enjoying is Little Lot.
Review: MacBook Pro Retina 13" (Late 2013)
Here at Techday, if we want to keep the technology we play with, we have to buy it just like you!
Review: LG G2 Smartphone
After my last article testing the Note 3, I returned to my iPhone 4 determined to give it a go, 2 weeks later I had made the decision and invested in a new phone, but why an LG G2?
Review: Intuos Creative Stylus
If you’re a graphic designer or artist, how do you create on your iPad?
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear
I'm a long time iOS user and my previous forays into the Android world have been brief with my loathing of woefully underpowered Android phones. I challenged her to make me like Android, Did it work?