As a self-confessed terrible cook that can burn water and famously broke a blender trying to blend mashed potatones (true story!), can Weber's Q2200 barbecue help me to produce food that neither cremated or lethal?
Computer Hardware Reviews
Over the last decade hardware prices have continued to fall while technology continues to drive forward. New devices are arriving regularly that save time and resources, or allow you to present yourself or your product better than the rest.
Here in the UK air conditioning is not common-place in the home, as the climate doesn't warrant it and they are often noisy and almost always expensive. A fan only offers momentary relief when the mercury starts to rise, so once again crowd-funding comes to the rescue to offer an elegant solution in the form of the beautifully crafted Geizeer ice cooler.
A bike bell is just a bell, right? Is it worth spending £20 on a new one? The OI bell not only looks and sounds different to traditional bells, but it also frees up space on your handlebars, which may be important to you when trying to cram as much technology on there as possible.
If rose gold is your preferred colour of iPhone you might want to accessorise it whilst still maintaining some colour coordination. I took a look at two such products that will add both functionality and style to your prized possession.
Polk continues their invasion into the Bluetooth speaker market with the petite wearable Boom Bit, but is it any good?