One Plus 6 Review

I’ll start with a confession – I have never owned an Android phone. For all their faults and drawbacks, I like iPhones, it’s all I’ve had since the 3GS. In fact, my only dalliance with Android came from a brief fling with a Nexus 7 tablet way back in 2012. I wasn’t too fussed on it back then, so I’ve never really given it another chance… until now. When OnePlus sent us their new phone, the OnePlus 6, Gareth thought this might be the ideal opportunity to give me a…

A look at the SCOTTeVEST RFID Travel Vest For Men

The SCOTTeVEST is an item of clothing that combines style with functionality and then turns it up to 11. Featuring a unique weight management system, specially engineered to balance the weight load across the entire garment to prevent neck and back pain. Stay fully loaded with laptops, cameras, extra lenses, drones, everyday items and more, without feeling weighed down or looking bulky.  An oversized interior pocket designed to hold iPad as well as Android tablets, Surface Pro or other large items securely and comfortably. Made from lightweight poly fabric that is breathable and…

BenQ W1210ST Full HD DLP Short-Throw Projector Review

What’s better than watching Rogue One on your big screen tv? Watching Rogue One on a screen the size of a wall! Lately, I’ve been playing around with the £899 snappily titled BenQ W1210ST 1080p Video Gaming CineHome projector and [SPOILER ALERT] it’s a bit of a corker. It’s a beefy unit, but if you are thinking of toting it around, fear not, it comes with its own rather natty little carry bag. Setting it up is an absolute doddle, the hardest part if finding a big enough wall to…

RHA MA750 Wireless Headphones review

Headphones have always been about compromise. You sacrificed quality for privacy back in the day when you plug headphones into your hi-fi, then quality for portability with the advent of the Walkman. When Bluetooth technology became commonplace, you sacrificed quality for going wireless, size and weight for battery life. That’s the way it’s always been, but in recent years, that sacrifice has become less and less. RHA recently sent us a set of their £150 MA750 wireless Bluetooth headphones to play with. So have they redressed the balance? Ok, to…

D-Link OMNA review

Just stop for a minute and think of all the cool stuff you have in your house. Even the average household has thousands of pounds worth of gadgets, gear and possessions. We’ve never had it so good! But we’ve also never had so much that thieving little scumbags won’t try to get their grubby little mitts on. Nowadays people concern themselves with all sorts of online security options, but how much thought is spared for physical security. One handy option is the Omna home camera from D-Link. It’s a dinky…

iFrogz Impulse Duo Dual Driver Wireless Bluetooth headphones Review

It’s always nice to be pleasantly surprised by a product. I had the opportunity to play around with the iFrogz Impulse Duo dual driver wireless Bluetooth headphones (not an easy title to get your tongue around). At around £39, these are on the lower end of the pricing spectrum and I am generally wary of companies that start with a small “i” and swap “s” for “z”, so it’s fair to say that expectations were not exactly high. The headphones were nicely presented in a simple but elegant box and…

Brainwavz B200 Audiophile grade earphones review

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I must confess that I was not familiar with the brand when I was given word that their latest headphones were coming to us for review. They operate in the audiophile circles of the headphone world, but their aim is to keep the cost of their products at the more reasonable end of the spectrum. When I was given these in ear headphones, all I knew was that they were audiophile grade and cost £156. The first thing that struck me when I was handed the box is that it…

Oaxis InkCase for the iPhone 7 Review

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Ever looked at your iPhone 7 and thought “you know what would make this phone better – more screens!”? Well someone at InkCase certainly did and came up with a protective case for your iPhone that has an e-ink screen on the back. The first thing you notice as soon as you remove the case from the package is just how unnaturally light it seems, especially for something that contains a screen, battery, Bluetooth and changing system. It has a very low profile so it really doesn’t add much bulk…

Aukey 20,000 mAh PowerAll External Battery Review

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We have covered quite a few power packs here on TechAddicts so it takes something new and interesting to elevate a product above all the white noise. Aukey have sent us one of their latest models to take a look at. So does it do anything to set it apart from the rest? Yes actually, it does. There are so many options for mobile power providers available at the minute that it can be hard to decide which one to go for. The tricky part is telling which ones are…

Devolo dLan 1200+ WI-Fi AC Powerline Review

If like me, you have an older house, you will no doubt know the pain of mixing Wi-Fi and solid walls. Couple that with limited phone access points on the ground floor only and you are really up a creek. Devolo has a handy dandy solution for you with their dLan 1200+ WI-Fi AC. Using your home’s electrical system, these neat little units will provide a Wi-Fi signal in places your standard router just can’t reach. The devices themselves aren’t exactly small, but they are nicely featureless white boxes with…