Musemee Notier Stylus Review

A quick review of the Musemee Notier Stylus and some comparison photos to the Just Mobile AluPen stylus.

We’ve been a big fan of the comically oversized Just|Mobile Alupen and it serves its purpose well but recently we came across a new contender to the Best iPad Stylus award, the Musemee Notier, so we thought we’d put it through its paces.

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Like all our other tablet accessories we review, we always ensure we use the actual items for several weeks before writing a review so you can rest assured that this is not just some marketing blurb we’re regurgitating here but it does mean the item won’t look pristine in the photos, so any marks and scratches you see are from using it in the real world for a fortnight, lets begin. Continue reading “Musemee Notier Stylus Review”

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Kindle SD TabletWear Book Case [Review]

A very brief initial review of the SD Tabletwear Book case (purple) for the Kindle 4th generation.

When I picked up the retina iPad I passed my old iPad 2 down to my Dad and he loves it…when he can get it off my Mum. Like almost all women across the globe, my Mum is addicted to reading the Fifty shades trilogy, more specifially she’s taken to reading eBooks rather than dead tree versions.

My Dad called me up and asked me to “sort the situation out so he can have his iPad back” so I strolled out and bought my Mum a basic Kindle (4th Gen). I toyed with the idea of getting a Kindle Touch, then realised she’d probably hate it, forget to turn it off and have it turn pages randomly in her bag so I opted for the entry level £89 one and spent the savings on a Kindle cover instead. Continue reading “Kindle SD TabletWear Book Case [Review]”

Toma leather wrist strap on the Fuji X10 [Review]

When I’m leaving the house to take the dog for a walk or heading off somewhere exotic on holiday, my Fuji X10 is now my number one “got to take” camera. Unless it’s a work (iLogic) related trip in which case the Canon 5DMk3, 5DMk2 and other goodies come out but for my day-to-day personal photos I can’t fault the Fuji X10. OK that’s a lie, the X10 has had some issues (orbs and sensor replacement & dust in the lens) and there’s also been one minor thing that has always bugged me and that’s the neck strap supplied with the X10. Continue reading “Toma leather wrist strap on the Fuji X10 [Review]”