Apple’s made some missteps during its long tenure as a tech company, but the iPad is certainly not one of them. So now, with the release of the iPad Mini, people ask “Why bother?” Well Gearburn editor Steven Norris is here to tell you that this is one of the finest 7-inch tablets that money can buy. While it may not have a Retina Display, it’s weight, size and speed make it a must-buy. Watch the review to learn more.
One of Apple’s more popular devices, namely the iPod Touch has leaped ahead with the release of the fifth-generation version. Lauren Granger, Gearburn’s ever-eagre tech reporter takes this media player in hand and tells us why we should consider purchasing it. It’s fairly inexpensive, is shaped well and has a great collection of apps. But does it fit in with our already crowded tech ecosystem? Let’s find out.
Did you ever thing the Samsung Galaxy S III could get even better? Well it has, with the release of the Samsung Galaxy S III LTE. This phone is capable of incredible mobile speeds, but only in certain countries and certain areas to boot. But if you are in an LTE-capable area, then prepare yourself for a blazing fast mobile browsing and downloading experience. Steven Norris, Gearburn editor unboxes this mighty beast for your viewing pleasure.
With futuristic transformer looks and a suitcase straight from the X-Files, Gearburn Editor Steven Norris found the Razer Ouroboros a pleasure to unbox. Targeted directly at the gaming community, this gaming mouse looks the part, with adjustable palm, thumb and pinky rests and no fewer than 11 adjustable buttons. A mouse that has various customization and interchanging options, it glides over almost any surface and fits perfectly in the hand. It also has the coolest lights of any mouse yet.
After a long wait, Gearburn finally got the iPhone 5 for review. Steven Norris, Gearburn Editor, was left to unbox it, always a pleasure when receiving gadgets from Apple. The much faster, sleeker, bigger and better iPhone was always going to be on the list of products Gearburn would like to review. With a larger display, a faster processor and 4G capabilities many saw this as the iPhone Apple should have made a long time ago to compete with Samsung in the smartphone market.
Michelle Atagana, Managing Editor, unboxes the long rumoured and awaited iPad mini. Probably one of the longest and most researched, and most rumoured, Apple products on our pages, the iPad mini created a truck load of debates about whether Apple will succeed with his device. It is its first device in a long while to enter an established market with the Kindle Fire and Nexus ruling the roost. Yet during the unboxing it certainly got us excited to try this baby iPad for a review.
Steven Norris, Gearburn editor, unboxes the Samsung Galaxy Note II. It looks like our Galaxy SIII, just slightly larger and with the addition of the S pen. The first Galaxy Note was big, and the Note II is bigger. Screen size had been upped from 5.2 inches to 5.3 inches that utilises the Samsung Super AMOLED screen beautifully. To feed that power hungry screen is an enormous 3100mAh battery. A true beast with beauty thrown into the mix.
Ever-excitable Gearburn Editor Steven Norris unboxes one of the cooler products Apple’s recently released, namely the brand new Apple TV. This tiny little black cube of magic connects to a TV, and streams content from iTunes. It’s a neat idea, as Apple TV also streams Netflix, Youtube and the ESPN sports channels to name but a few content hubs. So obviously we rip it apart and see what you can expect to get if you purchase the Apple TV.
One of the greatest pieces of tech ever invented, the iPhone 5 is reviewed to perfection by managing editor Michelle Atagana. With love, tenderness and care, she shows us exactly why Apple is the success it is today. The iPhone 5 is one of the fastest phones ever made, and has a screen to die for. So hold on, get stuck in and enjoy yet another incredible video review from Gearburn.com
Fearless Gearburn editor Steven unboxes Apple’s frankly amazing iMac 27-inch all-in-one desktop. Without a doubt, this is one of the hottest Mac’s we’ve ever laid eyes on and Mr Norris unboxes it with the glee of a schoolchild unwrapping a gift on Christmas day. The specs’ are pretty crazy, the screen is insanely large, it’s all practically wireless, except for the power cable, and it’s yet another quality package from Apple. Watch the video below and drool in envy.