This is the conclusion to my Hisense 43” 4K TV review, the delay has mainly been because I’ve tried desperately to source in some products to help me fully test the 4K capabilities. Yet the whole purpose of the feature was to see if you could get a 4K enabled screen that provided enough features at a fraction of the cost of a well-known brand such as LG or Samsung.
Recently I had delivery of an LG G5 Android 6.0.1 smartphone from Vodafone, as I wanted to check-out the 4K capabilities of the handset to record footage from my Hisense TV.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 history is once again under threat from Towa and Mira who have gathered the most fearsome names in the Dragon Ball Z universe in order to help them destroy history as we know it! In a nutshell it's up to you and the time patrol, to stop them!
The Humax Eye HD Cloud Camera is designed as a monitoring tool so you can keep a track of your home, loved ones and even pets! For me the biggest stand-out feature is the 7 days of free cloud storage for saving the recordings the camera makes. This also helps combat the price tag which has an RRP of £129.00.
Alongside the Turtle Beach Stealth 420X+ headset I had in for review this month, I also managed to grab a Turtle Beach Stream Mic.
Turtle Beach are renowned for their quality headsets and I’ve experienced this first hand after owning a couple of different models in the past, including my faithful P11’s. Of course things are now getting serious in the audio stakes, especially with competitive multiplayer games requiring an edge in audio precision. More kills are lost due to lack of skill for sure, but being able to hear your environment better could give you an edge in battle so to speak.
Recently I was sent an Amazon Echo for review and you may have seen the adverts on TV recently where people are talking to the Echo in order to get it to add items to a shopping list or play music. Well in basic terms this is sort of what the Echo can be used for, but in reality it's just the starting point really as the Echo is more like James Cameron's vision of the future (Skynet), only less sinister and dangerous!