ViewSonic Pro8200 Review: Supersize your viewing on a budget

ViewSonic Pro8200 Review: Supersize your viewing on a budget

There’s big screen TV and then there’s the wall-sized splendour that the world of projectors makes available to you. I got a chance to play with the Viewsonic Pro8200 and thought I’d experience the last few episodes of Game of Thrones in Full HD on...
Pixel Sunglasses

Pixel Sunglasses

You may love all things 8-bit and have a retro wallet, phone case and tie but how do you set yourself apart from other folks who aren’t as decidate to demonstrating their love of old technology as you are. As is the case with most outlandish demonstrations of...
Todd’s Concoctions

Todd’s Concoctions

Bored of ketchup and the unambitiously named “brown sauce”? Prepare to have your world shattered and made new by Todd’s Concoctions. Todd, a fictional hillbilly made up for marketing purposes, wanted to taste the redneck rainbow and created a range...
Brunton Ember Solar Charger

Brunton Ember Solar Charger

The Brunton Ember should be renamed “the thing that never leaves my side”. The tiny (smaller than an old C90 cassette tape) device harnesses the power of the sun to store energy to charge your power hunger tablets, smartphones and other such devices....
v-JAYs: Stylish, Swedish, Surprisingly Affordable

v-JAYs: Stylish, Swedish, Surprisingly Affordable

In a world where headphones are competing to become as large and unweildy as possible it’s great to see some classic Scandinavian minimalism join forces with ultra-light Mylar plastics to create v-JAYS -lightweight and low key headphones with surprising levels...