The main feature of the Third Rail Slim iPhone case is the slide-on battery which fits in at the back of the case. The Lithium-ion 1,250mAh battery has a set of five lights which display the level of charge for the device. Still, is it worth its S$159 price tag? We find out.
The TomTom Navigation app for the iPhone/iPad allows integration of both Facebook and Twitter to the app's already impressive list of features. Read on to find out how this app fares against independent GPS navigation devices with larger screens.
Equipped with the Intel Atom D525 processor with 1GB of DDR2 memory, the 4-bay Promise SmartStor NS4700 offers five USB ports and two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Priced competitively at S$1,049, find out if it works as fine as it looks.
Priced at S$550, the 4-bay Thecus N4100EVO NAS runs on a a 600MHz dual-core Cavium CPU (ARM-based architecure) and includes dedicated hardware for the business of building (or rebuilding) RAID arrays. We take it to the labs to see if this one will stand out from its competitors.
Developed with both US and UK military standards in mind, the Griffin Survivor Extreme-Duty Case shields against extreme weather conditions including dirt, sand, rain, shock, and even vibration. Read on to see how we rated it.
Designed to be pocket-sized and user-friendly, the ICD-TX50 reminds us of the second-generation iPod Nano with its black, rectangular shape. Highlights include a quick charge function as it can provide up to a full hour of recording after just three minutes of charging. But is it worth its S$199 price tag? Read on to find out.
The MG-850HD is a regular-sized 720p home entertainment projector with a built-in dock that features 2,800 lumens of light outputs, a 1.2x non-powered optical zoom lens, and a lamp life of 4,000 hours under typical use. Read on to find out if it delivers.
As successor to the SLT-A55, the SLT-A57 translucent mirror digital camera comes with a host of features including (but not limited to) Auto-HDR and Sweep Panorama. Find out if it met our expectations.
Priced at S$165, the Nokia Purity Stereo Headset by Monster features 9mm dynamic drivers and flat, non-tangle cords. Made almost entirely out of plastic, will these funky-colored in-ears meet our standards? Read on to find out.
As successor to the SMCWGBR14-N model released almost four years ago, the N2 comes packed with most of the standard features you would expect from a low cost current-generation single-band Wireless-N router. We find out if this wireless SOHO gateway is a decent consideration.