Reviews & hands-on

  • Phones

    Oaxis InkCase pictures and hands-on

    By 25 February 2014

    Oaxis has developed a set of E Ink cases, called InkCase, that let anyone turn their phone into a dual-screened handset, like the YotaPhone. We took a closer look while at MWC. The super low-powered E Ink screen has been developed with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity...

  • Cameras

    XSories Weye Feye video review

    By 7 October 2013

    If you're the owner of a digital SLR, then the XSories Weye Feye may very well be something you're interested in. Its skill, is taking a live feed from your camera, and sending it, over Wi-Fi (hence the name) to your phone or tablet.  This means you...

  • Gadgets 4 out of 5

    Vacion CineTrack Pro camera slider review

    By 6 September 2013

    Look around online and watch some video, it won't take long for you to notice that production values don't rely on hand-held gear. And that's where the Vacion CineTrack Pro comes in: it's a camera "slider" for smaller scale gear - such as phone cameras,...

  • Phones

    Ted Baker iPad, iPad mini, iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S4 cases by Proporta: Hands-on with AW13 range

    By 19 July 2013

    Pocket-lint has looked the Ted Baker range of smartphone and iPad cases a couple of times before, and the Barbour range also made by Proporta, but with a new Autumn/Winter 2013 collection now available it's time for a revisit. It's not really feasible...

  • Cars 4.5 out of 5

    OBDLink MX Bluetooth car monitoring accessory review

    By 27 June 2013

    There was a time when you could open the bonnet of a car, look beneath it and see the engine in all its mechanical glory. If something went wrong, you'd more than likely be able to see something, or hear something - or in some alarming cases, smell something...

  • Gadgets 4.5 out of 5

    Corsair Voyager Air review

    By 18 June 2013

    Portable hard drives have become something of an essential for anyone with a lot of data. If you're a bit old, like us, then you'll remember the days when moving lots of data was an utter pain. From an Iomega Zip drive with 100mb of storage, to early...

  • Gadgets 5 out of 5

    Eneloop XX HR-3UWXB rechargeable battery review

    By 13 June 2013

    Batteries, possibly one of the most boring items we could write about. But by the end of this review, we're pretty sure you'll not only be thanking us for it, but you'll also have changed your mind about how you power your gadgets. The batteries we're...

  • Gadgets 4 out of 5

    Logitech T620 touch mouse review

    By 20 May 2013

    The Pocket-lint quest for the perfect mouse continues. Believe it or not, looking for a pointing device that works well is something that occupies a lot of our time. Why is this, particularly? Well, to give you an idea, on the desktop we still use a wired...

  • Phones

    Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S4 S View cover review

    By 26 April 2013

    When Samsung launched its Galaxy S4 Android smartphone in New York a month ago, it also revealed a family of official accessories that would accompany its release. Later this year we'll see a gamepad which turns it into a handheld console, which was rather...

  • Laptops 4 out of 5

    Logitech K810 wireless bluetooth keyboard review

    By 26 February 2013

    Despite the fact that touchscreens are becoming ubiquitous, it seems as if a keyboard is still an essential part of life. There has yet to be a tablet or phone that feels as good, or allows you to type as fast, as you would be able to on a full Qwerty...

  • Laptops 3.5 out of 5

    Logitech T650 wireless touchpad review

    By 23 January 2013

    Windows 8 brought with it a quite specific problem - be it real or imagined - namely, that it was created for touch interaction. So the Logitech T650 was designed to bring touch to the millions upon millions of computers in the world that have no touch...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Logitech TV Cam HD review

    By 21 January 2013

    Since the telephone first rose to prominence there has been chatter about the video phone. BT tried it years ago before there was even broadband - and before there was even ISDN - and it was always a flop. But it didn't fail because people didn't want...

  • Cameras

    Glidecam XR-500 camera stabiliser pictures and hands-on

    By 10 January 2013

    Glidecam has launched a rival for the Steadicam Smoothee that can support light cameras, including the iPhone and the GoPro Hero. There are some interesting features here that make this a decent competitor to the Steadicam product, and one which offers...

  • Gadgets

    Kingston HyperX Predator 1TB USB flash drive pictures and hands-on

    By 9 January 2013

    Kingston Technology's big news for CES 2013 has been a massive beast in a tiny casing. The product is a USB drive - nothing generally exciting about that - but there will be a 1TB version soon. In a USB drive. One entire Terrabyte. Blimey. The DataTraveler...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    Mophie juice pack battery case for Samsung Galaxy S III review

    By 6 December 2012

    Mophie is well-known for making the extra battery packs for the iPhone in to which your phone slides, giving you an extended battery and a sort of semi-protective shell. Mophie used to concentrate on iPhone, because it was the biggest single market, but...