The original Zoemini was a wonderful product, sliding out good credit-card sized photos from a pocket-sized cordless printer. The new S model takes it a step further by adding a full 8 MP camera into the mix, which has also made this new model a little more bulky.
Surprisingly, Alienware hasn’t produced much in the way of gaming peripherals, which is just as well since competition has gotten extremely stiff, especially among high-end headphones.
This is Logitech’s top gaming headset and it builds on the reputation of its popular predecessor, the 933.
There is something deeply satisfying and tactile about scribbling notes. And now you can share them to you phone.
Fujifilm’s Instax cameras have been bringing back instant prints, gambling that a new generation of teenagers and hipsters will buy into the retro analogue tech.
Unboxing the Swift 7 gives you pause for thought, and that thought is around how the Acer engineers packed so much laptop into something the size of an A4 page and less than one centimetre thick.
Home security is big business in SA, but as a Tech reader, you don’t have to shell out big bucks if you have a bit of IT smarts. This kit from Yale has almost everything you need to install your own smart alarm system in minutes, not hours.
Samsung may have stumbled on to a winner here. The Galaxy buds are perhaps the best fully cordless buds we’ve ever used.
For us, the signature Sennheiser sound has always been perfectly balanced, with a little bit of drama just below the surface. That sound was perfected in its successful Momentum series of headphones, available in all wearing styles, so it’s no surprise that Sennheiser’s first pair of cordless buds also flies the Momentum flag.