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Verbatim Bluetooth Audio Cube
Zap the audio from your phone, tablet, or computer to the Verbatim Bluetooth Audio Cube for instant amplification of your favourite tracks (and the odd system alert sound but that just adds to the excitement).
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 24 November 2011  |  View Comments


Verbatim GT Portable Hard Drive
With sleek racing-car looks the Verbatim GT Portable Hard Drive brings a fresh visual aesthetic to the average grey and beige computing environment. We took it for a spin to if what's under the hood is up to speed.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 7 July 2011  |  View Comments


Apacer AP520 USB 2.0 4-Port Hub
This compact hub from Apacer is designed to be portable and to take up as little space as possible in your bag and on your desk, while still making four ports available to you so that you can plug in and access multiple USB devices at once.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 25 May 2011  |  View Comments


Minkster Meitropolis Series Designer USB Flashdrives
Much like Mimobots and other designer USB storage devices, the Minksters are a combination of form and function and would look equally at home in your collection of miniature vinyl toys.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 5 May 2011  |  View Comments


Nokia N8 First Look (Hands On) - With Screenshots!
It's felt as though Nokia has been stuck in a rut, while other phone manufacturers have been zipping past with fancy features and smart services. The N8 is the phone that Nokia is hoping will change all of that. I've had a sneak peek at what's coming - and here are my first impressions.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 19 August 2010  |  View Comments
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Nokia N97 mini (Testing Notes)
Nokia's N97 mini cellular phone, which runs Symbian S60 5th Edition, was released late last year. Is it an improvement over not-so-well-received Nokia N97? Have a look at our testing notes and decide for yourself.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 7 June 2010  |  View Comments


Apacer Handy Steno AH321
The entry-level Apacer Handy Steno AH321 USB 2.0 Flash Drive features a no-loss cap design and storage capacities from 1 GB to 16 GB, as well as some impressive performance capabilities.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 4 May 2010  |  View Comments


Nokia N900 Testing Notes
Nokia's N900 is a classy touchscreen phone that emphasises productivity as well as play. It runs the Maemo 5 Linux-based operating system and using it feels almost as though you have a mini desktop computer in your pocket. Almost. Our testing notes reveal the pros and cons.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 4 March 2010  |  View Comments


Apacer Handy Steno AH161 plus
The design of USB flash-memory storage devices has come a long way from the grey, thumb-sized units with a company logo that were (and still are) handed out at corporate events. They've now evolved into playful fashion accessories, such as this one, that will appeal to anyone with even the vaguest aesthetic leanings.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 1 March 2010  |  View Comments


Apacer Handy Steno AH160
Just over four years ago brainwavez.org was launched, complete with its first (tech) article, with the intention of it being primarily a tech-review site, with a little bit of culture thrown in. Instead it became a tech-culture site and we never got around to reviewing hardware and software. Today, that all changes. Behold! A tech review: Apacer's Handy Steno AH160 flash-memory storage device.
By: Mandy J Watson  |  Posted: 11 February 2010  |  View Comments