Reviews & hands-on

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Sky Wireless Booster review

    By 29 January 2014

    This is a review for Sky customers, as the Sky Wireless Booster is a new product in the company's arsenal. If you already have a Sky Broadband router in your home then, let us guess, its wireless power doesn't quite reach everywhere? In the UK, with our...

  • Audio

    Orbitsound M9 wireless soundbar pictures and hands-on

    By 21 February 2013

    Ahead of its official unveiling, Pocket-lint got some hands-on time - and, indeed, ear time - with the latest Orbitsound M9 soundbar speaker and subwoofer system. The M9 is the wireless update to the T9 model which, when we reviewed it in 2012, we thought...

  • Audio 4 out of 5

    Orbitsound M12 wireless soundbar and subwoofer system review

    By 21 February 2013

    Ahead of its official unveiling Pocket-lint's had the latest Orbitsound M19 Bluetooth soundbar set up for a week. It's lived on our desk where it's pumped out choons day i,n day out, as well as taking up residence under the telly to churn out pepped-up...

  • Phones 3.5 out of 5

    Wildcharge wireless charger review

    By 29 October 2009

    The Wildcharge comes in the form of a slim black pad with silver conductive strips running along its surface and can either be picked up by itself or bundled with an optional adaptor depending on which device you’re primarily looking to use with it....

  • Gaming 3 out of 5

    Exspect Drop 'N' Charge for Xbox 360 review

    By 29 September 2009

    Wireless charging is one of the buzzwords around gadgets at the moment, promising to do away with the hassle of having to connect a wire to charge your device, or even worse, remove the battery and place it in a separate charger. With the Xbox 360 controllers...

  • Audio 4.5 out of 5

    Monitor Audio AirStream 10 radio review

    By 10 August 2009

    You might not associate Monitor Audio with radios, as they are best known for their speakers. The tagline of "design for sound" sets high expectations for the audio device. Calling it a radio is perhaps unfair, as in truth it is so much more, fulfilling...

  • Audio 4 out of 5

    Philips Streamium NP2900 network music player review

    By 6 July 2009

    Philips have impressed with their range of Streamium products in the past, delivering easy-to-use options for those with digital music collections who want to play their music elsewhere. The NP2900 is a network music player, providing the connectivity...

  • Audio 4 out of 5

    Aerielle i2i Stream wireless music sender review

    By 26 January 2009

    The double-ended 3.5mm cable has always been a personal favourite for solving a common problem: playing music through something else. It might not be the most sophisticated solution, but it is quick, simple and reliable as a temporary solution. But it...

  • Online 4.5 out of 5

    Netgear RangeMax NEXT wireless-N WN111 USB adapter review

    By 23 January 2009

    With the credit crunch tightening purse strings nationwide, the prospect of shelling out hundreds of pounds for a new PC or laptop might not appeal to that many right now. It may be the case that many of you out there will try and hang on to older PC...

  • Home Cinema 4 out of 5

    Acer P5260i wireless projector review

    By 7 November 2008

    The P5260i DLP projector is essentially aimed at businesses. Upon its launch in June, Acer described the new wireless model as "designed to offer cable-free projection in various presenting environments". Software bundled with the projector reaffirms...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Lexmark X4550 Wireless All-In-One Printer review

    By 4 January 2008

    The X4550's big USP is the wireless connectivity, but what about its ability to offer decent prints? We get printing to find out how the X4550 performs. Before we look at the features offered by this printer, just consider why a Wi-Fi option might suit...

  • Cameras 3 out of 5

    Terratec Grabster AV 400 mobile review

    By 27 December 2004

    Video editing has come to the laptop, but can your humble laptop be turned into a video editing console just like that, without trading it in for a Vaio? We test the Grabster from Terratec to see if the promise lives up to the hype. For a long time, the...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Adaptec Videoh! DVD Media Centre review

    By 14 November 2003

    Anything a set top box can do a PC can do better? That's the claim from Adaptec with its Videoh! DVD Media Centre. The device, which includes a TV tuner, gives you all the functions of a PVR system as well as the ability to transfer VHS and camcorder...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks Pro review

    By 12 November 2003

    For the laptop or TFT monitor user the conventional web cam doesn't work. Designed originally to sit atop your monitor, the lack or surface on both the aforementioned products causes a problem. Since the popularity of both devices has grown, manufactures...

  • Cameras 3 out of 5

    Sandisk ImageMate 6 in 1 review

    By 11 November 2003

    If you deal with lots of different media formats and you're unwilling or unable to connect the source cameras into your PC then the best way forward is an all-in-one card reader. There are many on the market, all professing to offer the latest and greatest...