We have complained about the
Xbox 360’s loose fiber optic connectionin the past, noting that it is such a poor oversight on Microsoft’s part. Since we didn’t want to use crazy glue or a twisty tie, we went for the next best thing - replacing the Microsoft cable all together in the hopes of finding something better. We got the Monster GameLink 360 Component Video & Fiber Optic Audio A/V Kit. Putting aside it’s insanely long product name, we unpackage the new wires and set everything up - check out the images after the jump.
The SCOTTeVEST 237D is the updated version of the Three.0 Spring jacket that we reviewed about a year-and-a-half ago. We have been testing out the 237D in Seattle weather for much of December, and are finding that the 237D moniker - which stands for “237 days,” meaning you can wear it for 3-out-of-4 seasons per year - lives up to its name for the most part. The 237D features 33 pockets, and adds the Detachable Cargo Cache, built-in battery holders, addition magnetic enclosures, and two more pockets than the Three.0 Spring. Check out the full review after the jump.
We took Swann super-nice security cameras for a spin, and tried to do things with them that they weren’t necessarily meant for in order to show how else they might be used. Here are the items we tested:
The Swann kit comes in two boxes with everything you need to create a fully functioning, impressive, security camera net, screws and all. You can use up to four cameras using one DVR. It records for up to a year with the lowest resolution, a 250GB hard drive (included if you option it, or you can supply your own), and 1 frame per second. You may record in a variety of ways which include, full screen standard definition, low definition with four simultaneous motion-activated shots (including motion-activated in particular areas of the image,) among others.
Our boys over at MobileWhack have put up an absolutely exhaustive review of the new Nokia N90 cell phone, and if there is anything you wanted to know about the phone that isn’t covered in their review, we seriously need to know what it is. Of course, as we suspected after playing around with the phone a bit ourselves, this one is a mixed bag:
On the plus side, it has excellent features in digital photography, video capture/playback, and audio playback. Having a 2 mega pixel image sensor certainly helps folks who want to be able to capture life’s everyday moments…The main display is bright, the feature set is long, and the phone is outright flexible…on the negative side, the form factor is a bit large and heavy. The dual hinge system takes a bit getting used to since it’s not a normal folding clamshell. It’s easy to twist the camera module which means you’re constantly turning the Camera mode on by accident.
If you are interested in the Nokia N90, be sure to check out the full review.
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The SCOTTeVEST Rodeo is yet another in the 4.0 line from our favorite gadget clothing company. We have been testing out the rodeo for the past couple of weeks, and have found it to be as versatile as it is functional. It has 39 pockets of various shapes and sizes for all your gear, and has a microsuede finish. Check out the full review after the jump.
Recently we were able to acquire a Qtek 9100, a European version of the soon to be released Cingular 8125. The HTC Wizard is a Windows Mobile 5.0 cellular phone with a sliding QWERTY keyboard and a great little form factor. For more information on the Wizard, and our full review, read on.
SCOTTeVEST truly is Technology Enabled Clothing, as the company touts. Using this philosophy, SCOTTeVEST has developed a full line of clothing specially geared toward those who need to carry multiple gadgets but never had the pockets to do so. In the past, we have taken a look at their Three.0 Spring Jacket, Hidden Cargo Shorts, TEC T-Shirt, Classic Vest, Solar Jacket, Sport Coat, and Hidden Cargo Pants. Today, we take a look at what might be their best product to date - by far. At first glance, the Milan Leather Jacket is impressive. We put it through a full review after the jump.
It’s no secret that the iPod is easily scratched and now with the introduction of the “nano black” iPods, scratches seem to find their way on these high priced devices even easier and more noticeable than ever before. So what do you do about it other than yell, fall to the floor and start crying? Shell out $24.95 for a protective covering that promises to keep your new toy shiny and scratch free. We were able to get one at the same time that we purchased a 60 GB black iPod and share our experience after the jump.
When we received the Canary Wireless Digital Hotspotter, I was unsure of how useful the product would be in this day and age. After all, I have been doing just fine flipping open my PowerBook and checking to see if there was a wireless signal around. Why would we need a device that is dedicated to detecting wi-fi networks that are surrounding you? Well, you have to use it to know. The CanaryWireless Digital Hotspotter is an extremely helpful little device, and we explain why after the jump.
PlayFeed has some impressions up of the Vaja i-Volution PSP case. If you aren’t aware, Vaja is the makes of many a luxury case for a multitude of gadgets.
The opening of any Vaja box is an experience. Inside is a beautifully crafted piece of work, and it seems the room fills with the aroma of fresh leather. This case is available in 29 colors, or 15 color combinations for the eccentric. For us, Vaja sent us the i-Volution decked out in Gear Live orange and gray. Can’t hate on that.
No, you sure can’t. Read on for full impressions.
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