Reviews & hands-on

  • Phones

    Motorola Cliq 2 hands-on

    By 20 January 2011

    Motorola, in collaboration with T-Mobile in the US, is having a second dabble in the social networking mobile phone market with an update on its highly successful Cliq. Cunningly titled Cliq 2, the new handset is similar in many ways, just beefed up....

  • Laptops

    Memjet creates world's fastest colour printing technology...

    By 18 January 2011

    There's nothing quite like Memjet's colour printing technology when it's going at full pelt. Almost as soon as the paper has entered the machine, it is coughed out the other end, resplendent with colour pictures and graphics. And the pages are dry to...

  • Apps

    Griffin StompBox and Mic Stand Mount for iPad hands-on

    By 17 January 2011

    Designed to work with iShred Live, Griffin's StompBox utilises the iPad and the application to give you a fully functioning, almost limitless electric guitar pedalboards. Instead of having a board of numerous "stompboxes" wired up in a row, you can now...

  • Tablets

    Griffin Beacon Universal Remote iPad hands-on

    By 17 January 2011

    There are a few universal remote control doohickeys and applications coming for iOS devices over the next few months, but few are as intuitive and simple to hook-up and use as Griffin's Beacon Universal Remote. Teaming up with software developer Dijit,...

  • Gaming

    Beamz Interactive Music System redesigned and refined

    By 17 January 2011

    Pocket-lint has been following the Beamz Interactive Music System for some time - from its initial announcement in 2008, up to a hands-on with last year's model at CES 2010. Now we've managed to get some playtime with the latest version of the Beamz...

  • Cameras

    Kodak Easyshare Sport hands-on

    By 17 January 2011

    Waterproof digital cameras are typically more expensive than their regular counterparts. They are often more bulky too, but Kodak has an affordable and compact model in the Easyshare Sport. Following its trend of slapping the “Sport” name on anything...

  • Online

    MSI Butterfly concept hands-on

    By 16 January 2011

    MSI always has a soft spot for concepts at CES, and 2011 was no different as it used the show to show off both a tablet designed specifically for kids (the MSI Kid Pad) and an all-in-one PC that turned into a rather large stationary tablet. We managed...

  • Laptops

    MeeGo for laptops hands-on

    By 16 January 2011

    Intel has shown off a MeeGo powered netbook, showing that it is planning on taking on Google and its Chrome OS when the new operating system from Google launches in the summer - hopefully. The new operating system shows what netbook and laptop users could...

  • Cameras

    Fujifilm FinePix XP30 hands-on

    By 14 January 2011

    One for the tough ones out there, the Fujifilm FinePix XP30 is an update to the company’s more tougher range of cameras and we managed to get some hands-on time with the new camera at CES in Las Vegas. Unfortunately and it’s worth pointing this out...

  • Phones 0 out of 5

    First Look: Motorola Atrix 4G review

    By 14 January 2011

    Motorola is keen to stress that its Atrix 4G handset is not just another smartphone. It is, in fact, an evolutionary step in mobile computing; the first product in an all new category. You see, while it runs on Android 2.2, sports dual-core processing...

  • Phones 0 out of 5

    First Look: LG Optimus 2X review

    By 13 January 2011

    The LG Optimus 2X sees a slight change of direction for LG’s Android line and one that we welcome. The Optimus, the Optimus One and the LG InTouch Max (GW620) were all mid-range in their approach, whereas the Optimus 2X is the very definition of high-end....

  • Televisions

    Toshiba 56- and 65-inch glasses-free 3DTVs eyes-on

    By 12 January 2011

    Long before anyone expected, the era of glasses-free 3DTV is here. Although Toshiba had already announced 12-inch and 20-inch “no glasses” 3DTVs for the Japanese market, the appearance of 56-inch and 65-inch models at the CES has been something of...

  • Cameras 0 out of 5

    First Look: Samsung NX11 review

    By 12 January 2011

    The Samsung NX11 offers DSLR-styling and i-Function compatibility straight out of the box … we take a look at how the NX11 differs from its NX10 cousin. It was this time last year that the Samsung NX10 was first revealed to the world. Fast forward a...

  • Phones 0 out of 5

    First Look: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc review

    By 12 January 2011

    To say that Sony Ericsson had a tough year in 2010 would be an understatement. We slammed the Xperia X10 which was supposed to be their flagship device, we then went on to question the X10 mini and X10 mini pro, although they weren’t without some redeeming...

  • Cameras

    Kodak Easyshare Max offers 30x zoom, we go hands-on

    By 11 January 2011

    Missing from the clutch of Kodak press releases we received at CES, but firmly lodged on Kodak’s website, is the Kodak Easyshare Max. This superzoom model offers 30x zoom and comes with the Z990 model number on it, so we’re guessing it replaces the...