Time to replace that first generation HDTV or maybe an older projector? Looking to upgrade your audio / video equipment to a true home theater experience? Wanna out do the local cineplex? Well, then start with the Optoma HD33 and prepare to impress yourself and your guests.
SvenOnTech received early delivery of the HD33, before it even hit the shelves at your local retailer, and we played with it for weeks. We enjoyed it so much that we forgot it was a review unit and not our unit. Needless to say, when it was time to send it back to Optoma, we mourned.
Give the review a read and see why we loved it so. Our feeling is that you will love it as much as we did. Probably more.
It’s no surprise to tell you about our love for Logos (review) on the desktop but how about on the iPad? Well, I spent a few months digging into Logos for iPad and have just released the review of my experience. Give it a read to find out if Logos hit a grand slam with its iOS version or if got away with a base-hit.
I had been looking for a case for my iPhone that would protect the product but still be slim enough to slip into my wallet. Most cases available are rather bulky and make it hard to use the controls on the phone. The Flick forms closely to the phone allowing for full use of all controls. The Flick does not get in the way of the face of the phone but rather forms right around the silver edging of the face making a very nice outline.
iFrogz is a rising star in affordable headphones and it has inched further in engineering and development with the CS40. Padded for comfort and yet keeping the style of the iFrogz line, the CS40 attempts to bring quality, comfort, and vogue onto your head. The question is, has iFrogz accomplish this?
CoPilot has been around for years and it’s version 8 number boldly indicates this. I still remember the first version it released for laptops almost a decade ago and now, it’s been shrunk down to the little iPhone screen. CoPilot Live handles the reduced screen real estate quite well placing important information in clear and easy to read parts of the screen while never cluttering it up. Of all the navigation applications I have reviewed, iPhone or stand-alone, I would say CoPilots map interface is the best. But does it get you to your destination the best?
Continue reading the review…
Dude, game on? Want to do it extreme? Like on the wall? 300 inches large? In HD? 3D? And bring it any where? Ya, you’ll want to read our review on the Optoma GT720 then because this thing does that and more. This old-school gamer of Pac Man was impressed what the Wii could do with it as well as the Blu-ray player. All in all, this isn’t your father’s projector. Game on.
If you’re looking for a new external hard drive device to back up your data and or get you some mass density of speed for, say, video editing, then take a look our just posted review off the OWC Mercury Elite-AL Pro Qx2. This beefy unit is impressive and pretty darn sweet. We got raw test figures and some real life examples. The results are impressive and, well, just read the review and see for yourself what we thought in the end.
Finding the right Bible software is always tricky. Finding a good one for the Mac is even trickier. No fear, though, as we just reviewed Logos Bible Software and wow, what a pretty amazing piece of software it is. This is far beyond just looking for a verse on hell or marriage or what Christ said at the temple. No, no, this far deeper than that and the SvenOnTech review dives right in and lets you know if this pool was refreshing on a hot summer day or something that made us jump right out onto the deck. Don’t dip your toes into the water, just read it now and you’ll know if you’ll be making a dive yourself or not.
With its slick looking case, X-Files green innards, and hypnotic blue LED lights, even if the Juice Pack sucked, at least it would look cool. But guess what? It doesn’t suck. Read more and find out just how cool it is. The truth is out there…
I don’t get how Apple gets people will pay $80 for a cradle for the 3G iPhone. Stupid, stupid, stupid! BUT, if you’re desperate, ya, then you’ll do it. But guess what? You don’t have to be. There is a choice!
Wireless Ground sent us a cradle that is only $23 (fall sale)! We used it, abused it, and loved it. It’s an easy job and it doesn’t have to cost and arm and a leg to make happen, folks.
Take a look at the full review on this cradle and then nab it before the sale ends!