For those of you interested in my forever sporadic journalistic endeavours then you’ll be gleeful to hear my review of Bang & Olufsen’s new B&o Play product the “Beolit 12″ is available for your eyes to consume over on MacTalk. An excerpt of said article is here found below to tempt you to read more…
Its relatively small & lightweight but stocky in stature and had I not already mentioned it was a speaker you might be asking yourself â€œWhat is it?â€, the design not giving a lot away to its function yet screaming Bang & Olufsen from its minimalistic pore ridden facade. At first I have to admit I found the whole thing a little ghastly but in the month itâ€™s sat pride of place in my lounge room the more Iâ€™ve fallen in love with its simplicity and come to appreciate the thought put in to the design.
If you’d like to read more may I suggest you go here.
For the photographic kind there are lots of lovely images of the Beolit 12 here.
Feel like getting a little crazy and pulling apart your MacBook Pro? Well this is the tutorial for you my friend. Last weekend I had the wonderful experience of installing a Solid State Drive (SSD) into my laptop and documenting the process for all you interested folk out there.
For those of you wondering why you’d want to do this…. speeeeeeed baby! My beautiful laptop is completely booted in under 15 seconds from a standing start. Less than 2 from after typing in my password on OS X’s login screen!! You have to see it to believe.
Plus, if you do this in the next 24 hours before Apple announce they’re going to sell you a Mac with this already done in it you’ll prove just how ahead of the curve you are!!
As always head over to MacTalk to get the full run down of how it’s done! Enjoy kids!!
My apologies peoples, I have forgotten to let you all know of my further Internet whoring exploits over at MacTalk Australia. Back when I did an episode of “Can Touch This” for them I also filmed a couple of video reviews, one of which was for Australian made “Fruit Ninja”.
It would appear that I have somehow become “The Headphone Guy” for MacTalk reviewing not one, not two, but SIX sets of headphones from manufacture JAYS in my latest tech rambling review.
For those of you interested in the audio phonic delights of headphone glory please jump over and check out the review yourself. Others may be more interested in the photos of the units, which I took myself on my new Canon 7D, these can be viewed in more detail here.
Have you been missing the sound of my voice? Well I have good news for you, this week I join Anthony & Gav for episode 61 of the MacTalk produced podcast “Can Touch This“.
They were even kind enough to name the episode after something I said, “Your typical ham sandwich“. Tune in here to find out what that means and listen to us dissect the upcoming Australian release of the iPhone 4 and other related iOS news.
You’ve got to love a good headphone’s review don’t you? I’m sure that you and all your friends are in that boat, which means that you’re going to absolutely love my latest review for the MacTalk folk. This round sees me tackle the latest and greatest in wireless audio for your iPod in the form of the “DigiFi Opera S5 Wireless In-Ear Headphones“. Boy that’s a mouthful.
So what are you doing hanging around here still? Go get your audiophile nerd on…
I’m not particularly in the habit of writing book reviews, in fact I don’t think I’ve really gotten around to doing such a thing since I was in the 8th grade at High School. That didn’t stop the boys at MacTalk sending me one to review though, which again -at first- seemed like a definite mystery to me too.
You see “Beat Heat Eat” is not your ordinary cookbook. It’s designed by a nerd and has a bunch of simple & tasty recipes for nerds. Seeing how I did at one stage co-host my very own Cooking Show and I am in fact a nerd (of sorts) it actually makes perfect sense that I should review the book after all. Isn’t it grand when everything just falls in to place?!
So be sure to jump over to MacTalk and check out another of my wondrous articles that just have you feeling all warm and gooey like a Cadbury Creme Egg. Hmmmm….. Creme Egg…….
Another day, another review written for MacTalk… but this time you’re in for a treat, it’s not just one item to satisfy your Apple accessory addiction, no this time I’ve written a big 2-for-1!
Jump on over to hear my thoughts on two of iLuv’s new iPod Audio Systems, the larger i552BLK â€œPortable Audio System with Radioâ€ and itâ€™s smaller cousin the i189BLK â€œStereo iPod Dock with 3D Soundâ€. It’ll be fun… I promise!
In my latest review for those happy chaps at MacTalk I tackle the new iLuv i316 Micro size Bluetooth Headset, which you’ll find distributed by iWorld Australia. She’s a little beauty and I do say “little” emphatically as you’ll notice it’s small size in the photo above. So head on over and check it out, if not for the article do it for these cool photos that I’m quite proud of if I do say so myself. Enjoy!
The guys at MacTalk keep sending me crap to write about. Most recently it happens to be a USB webcam that you can plug in to your Mac or PC called the “Agent V4 HD“, something you probably surmised from the title of this post already.
So if webcams are your thing and you’re in the market for one then it’s probably worth you jumping over to the article and taking a look see. In fact, even if they’re not I think you should take a look anyways if only to say hello to my lovely assistant Sooty!