Category archives for: Reviews

Our First Take On Turtle Beach Headsets

During our visit to the Turtle Beach booth at E3 2011, we here at ToT were given a demo of a couple of new headsets that Turtle Beach will be bringing to market in the next few months. Both are aimed at gamers with a few extra dollars in their pockets, but we thought they […]

Our First Take on Skyward Sword

While the Wii U was the headliner for the big N at E3 year this year – Skyward Sword, the second Zelda game for the Wii, is the gem we will see this Holiday season in out living rooms. The game had been designed from the ground up. Twilight Princess was a great game, but […]

Review: Amigo Case by Keystone for iPhone4

Keystone ECO AmigoCase is a rechargeable battery pack with built-in clip that comes with a separate protective cover for iPhone 4. It is designed to provide additonal protection to your iPhone 4 and extend its battery life. When your iPhone is in the AmigoCase, the screen of your iPhone is completely protected, It faces inward […]

Our First Take on Kinect Sports: Season 2

Microsoft announcedthe sequel to Kinect Sports during its press event at E3 this year. Kinect Sports: Season 2 features a slate of new sports, including tennis, darts, skiing and, US football and golf. I was able to try out the football and the golf while at the MS booth during E3. Football I did play […]

Review: Snakebyte MiniMote for Wii

One of the good things about the Wii system is the number of controllers and accessories that are available, both from Nintendo and other manufacturers.  One controller option that we at ToT tried recently is the MiniMote by Snakebyte.  This controller was released to European gamers last summer and has recently come available to the […]

Review of IK Multimedia’s iRig and AmpliTube

The nice people over at IK Multimedia’s sent us the AmpliTube iRig – an interface for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch that allows you to plug a guitar into it. then once you intall the AmpliTube app, the iRig turns your iPhone or iPad into a portable stompbox and/or amp with the ability to […]

Review: Braveheart – Get Bloody and Have Fun Doing It!

Recently, game developer Gaijin Entertainment released their first self-published game   Braveheart.   It’s an action/role playing game where you tke on the role of Richard, a brave knight searching for the Holy Grail. The King has promised a hearty reward for Richard’s success, but this quest will not be easy. There are enemies and […]

Review of the MoGo Talk XD Headset and Case System for iPhone 4

The promise of the iPhone is that your business, your entertainment, your social life, and everything else you need (“there’s an app for that”) is all in one place. The MoGo Talk XD Headset and Case System for the iPhone 4 builds on that promise by making sure that your Bluetooth headset is always with […]

Samsung Tansform w/Sprint ID, A Solid Phone

We recently completed a trial spin with the Sprint version of the Samsung Transform that includes the new Sprint ID feature.   With this Samsung you get a mid range Android smart phone with a medium-size touch screen, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and front- and rear-facing cameras.   The outside finish of the handset is […]

Review of the Sanyo ZIO Handset From Sprint

Recently, we received the Sanyo Zio from Sprint to try and we were pretty pleased with it overall.   It is an Android phone that runs on version 2.1 of the Android software on  a 600-Mhz Qualcomm MSM7627, ARM11 processor. The Zio has a nice form factor, it is lightweight but still solidly constructed.   […]

Sign Up For Our Newsletter

Sign up to receive breaking news
as well as receive other site updates

Enter your Email


Preview | Powered by FeedBlitz

Log in

Copyright © 2008 - 2018 · StreetCorner Media , LLC· All Rights Reserved ·