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    Hands-on: Lego Builder Case for iPhone 5S review

    By 11 December 2013

    Smartphone cases are serious business. They are there to protect your phone from drops and scrapes, to keep your most precious gadget safe through the toils of daily abuse. But serious doesn't have to be boring and nothing says that better than the Lego...

  • Tablets 3 out of 5

    Belkin FastFit Keyboard Case review

    By 16 July 2013

    Unsurprisingly, iPad mini keyboards are quickly becoming a popular accessory as more users start to use their iPad mini as a workhorse as well as plaything. First was Logitech, and now Belkin has joined the fray with the launch of the FastFit Keyboard...

  • Gadgets

    Belkin WeMo range pictures and hands-on

    By 13 January 2013

    Belkin has rolled out a number of connected home products at CES and we have had a play with them all. Designed to let you control home functions from your smartphone over a Wi-Fi network, these simple but clever gadgets could make a big difference to...

  • Tablets

    Belkin Thunderstorm Handheld Home Theater pictures and hands-on

    By 7 January 2013

    Belkin is out to give you a big audio boost with its snug-fitting Thunderstorm Handheld Home Theater for the iPad. Designed to bring big speaker performance to a portable device, the accessory could make all the difference to movie watching on the iPad....

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Belkin Hi-Speed USB 2 DockStation review

    By 19 September 2008

    No matter how many ports you have on your notebook or home PC, there are times you wished you had more. This handy device has been designed with notebook users in mind. However, it isn’t for taking on the road with you, more for leaving on your desk....

  • Online 4.5 out of 5

    Belkin Powerline AV Starter Kit review

    By 4 September 2008

    Wireless LAN may be on the increase but what happens if there are areas of your home where a connection simply can’t reach? The best, and cheapest, answer is to use the mains power cabling to carry your data. The Powerline AV Starter Kit consists of...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Belkin 2-in-1 USB hub review

    By 26 August 2008

    No matter how many USB ports your computer has, you'll find that at some point you'll need more. With more and more of us switching to notebooks, extra ports are also an issue. Belkin has hit on a novel idea to offering more UBS ports when at your desk...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Belkin N1 Vision wireless modem router review

    By 23 July 2008

    Making sure you're connected in your home or office is important stuff, especially if you want to go online to read Pocket-lint. So will the Belkin N1 Vision allow you to just that? We try and get online to find out. The first thing you'll notice about...

  • Gadgets 3.5 out of 5

    Belkin Power and Go travel adapter review

    By 17 July 2008

    Notebook performance may being improving all the time but portability is often marred by battery life. If you travel a good deal, you'll be looking for multi-purpose charger that can be used in a number of locations. Consisting of a main powerbrick, which...

  • Audio 3.5 out of 5

    Belkin RockStar review

    By 15 May 2008

    Hey hey I wanna be a rockstar. You want to share your music, right? Right. Now normally that would involve turning on the speaker of your phone or hooking up some portable speakers. Well Belkin are suggesting a different approach with the RockStar. As...

  • Audio 2.5 out of 5

    Belkin TuneBase FM review

    By 8 December 2006

    The Ofcom law change might be called the iTrip law, however Griffin aren't the only company to make FM transmitters to allow you to share the music on your iPod with your radio, be it in the car or your home. Belkin's offering is the TuneBase FM, a stylish...

  • Gadgets 4.5 out of 5

    Stanley 4-Way Power Strips and Stanley Surge Protectors review

    By 4 May 2005

    Stanley has a reputation for doing things properly and their range of power strips and surge protectors are no exception. Both units come in ‘home’ and ‘workshop’ options, with the workshop options being built for the rugged life in a metal casing....

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Belkin Digital Camera Link for iPod review

    By 13 April 2005

    You're a digital photographer and you're out in the field, trouble is you've just filled up your Compact Flash card or whatever format you happen to be using. That's it - you're effectively out of “film”. The Belkin Digital Camera Link hopes to get...

  • Audio 4 out of 5

    Voice Recorder for iPod review

    By 14 July 2004

    Once upon a time the iPod mainly played music, now with a host of accessories available to it you can turn it into almost anything. One of the main criticisms however was that there was no voice recording option on the player. Surely by adding a voice...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Media Reader for iPod review

    By 26 May 2004

    With the world rather quickly becoming one where everyone seems to own an iPod, digital photographers will be pleased to see that Belkin has produced a unit for reading files from your digital cameras memory card and transferring them to your iPod's hard...

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