31st Mar2015

Watch Now: ‘LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes – Green Lantern vs. Sinestro’ Review

by Phil Wheat

DC Comics Super Heroes: Green Lantern vs. Sinestro (Set No. 76025) Sinestro has stolen Green Lantern’s lantern and whisked it away to his home planet of Korugar. Launch a recovery mission with Green Lantern, in his ultra-fast construct spaceship and super-jumping Space Batman! But evil Sinestro has built a cage around the lantern and is […]

30th Mar2015

Watch Now: ‘LEGO Star Wars Snowspeeder Microfighter’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Fly circles around the Empire, take down some AT-ATs and speed over the icy planet of Hoth with the agile LEGO Star Wars Snowspeeder microfighter. This miniature version of the Rebellions super agile attack craft is perfect for mini battles and includes great details, 2 flick missiles and even a mini cockpit for the Snowspeeder […]

29th Mar2015

Watch Now: ‘LEGO Star Wars AT-AT Microfighter’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Advance on the Rebel Hoth base with the awesome LEGO Star Wars AT-AT Microfighter. This small-scale version of the real Imperial Walker features a posable head and legs, 2 flick missiles and even a mini cockpit for the AT-AT Driver to sit in. Check out our review of the amazing miniature version of the AT-AT, […]

28th Feb2015

‘Bandai SpruKits: Batman Arkham City’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Bandai’s SpruKits lets you build your favorite hero from the spru up. Build a highly detailed figure with true to life action hero movement and articulation without paint, glue or cutting. Experience the joy of building as you snap together and assemble the pieces to build your hero, and have the pride that comes with […]

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28th Feb2015

‘Bandai SpruKits: HALO Spartan’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Bandai’s SpruKits lets you build your favorite hero from the spru up. Build a highly detailed figure with true to life action hero movement and articulation without paint, glue or cutting. Experience the joy of building as you snap together and assemble the pieces to build your hero, and have the pride that comes with […]

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16th Nov2014

‘Sonos Playbar’ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Being a fan of not only movies, but television and video games flatscreen televisions become important to getting the best out of my entertainment choices. One thing that is noticeable though is the better the televisions get, the one thing that seems to be held back is the audio technology available within that unit. It’s […]

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08th Nov2014

‘Libratone Loop’ Review

by Phil Wheat

We’ve reviewed a number of Libratone products here on Nerdly. From the amazing Libratone Live to the more recent Libratone Zipp, the company has consistently produced speakers that perfectly marry style and sound in a way that no other company does. And now we have the Libratone Loop – the latest in the companies range […]

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11th Sep2014

‘View Quest Retro DAB Radio’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Whilst there are plenty of luxury ranges of speakers, radios and headphones, there are two main trains of thought when it comes to affordable audio technology: either make your products look as modern (nay futuristic) as possible, or tap in the nostalgia market and produce devices that, whilst packed with modern technology, have a retro-styled […]

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06th Sep2014

‘Wacom Bamboo Pad’ Review

by Phil Wheat

As a designer I often have to use tablets in my creative pursuits and I’ve experienced all manner of different makes and models – in fact I use one on a semi-regular basis for my day job. So when I was offered the opportunity to review Wacom’s new Bamboo Pad I jumped at the chance, […]

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14th Aug2014

‘Pokemon TCG: XY – Furious Fists’ Unboxing & Review

by Ginger_Phoenix

Pokémon TCG: XY — Furious Fists, the third expansion in the TCG: XY series bursts into stores this week. Players in the UK can now add to their collections with a ferocious new set of cards. There are over a hundred in total to collect! New Fossil Pokémon from the Kalos region make an appearance […]

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13th Aug2014

‘Gioteck EX-05s Headset’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Headphones have always been treated with reverence by audiophiles but as videogames become more and more immersive experiences gamers are approaching gaming headphones in the same manner as music lovers do – often spending serious money on headsets that offer the best sound, comfort and voice reproduction. But fantastic comfort and superb sound don’t have to […]

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13th Aug2014

‘Stelle Audio Pillar’ Review

by Phil Wheat

There have been many variations of the “luxury speaker” in the years since Apple unleashed its stylish iPhone range on the world. Many have tried, and many have failed to live up to the fashion-led design of Apple’s products. Don’t get me wrong, there have been some great luxury speakers – a while ago we […]

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03rd Aug2014

‘MMPR: Legacy Dragon Dagger’ Review

by Phil Wheat

The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Legacy Dragon Dagger is based on the original Green Ranger weapon from 1990s MMPR TV series. 3 key buttons unlock battle sounds; press the mouthpiece to unlock additional Dragon Zord calls and theme song from the show. Order yours here

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11th Jul2014

‘Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Have you tried drawing neatly on an iPad with chubby man-fingers? No? Well let me tell you it’s not easy. As a designer I often have to use tablets and stylus’ in my creative pursuits and I’ve experienced all manner of different makes and models – some good, a lot of bad – from a myriad […]

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28th Jun2014

Phones 4U ‘Silent Cinema’ Report

by Joe Cronin

Phones 4u is coming to the rescue of frustrated cinema goers with a new silent smartphone screening experience. The pop-up cinema will provide the perfect environment to watch the latest blockbusters on the Sony Xperia Z2 smartphone without interference. Fans can pick from movie hits such as Gravity, Frozen, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Anchorman […]

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26th Jun2014

On Trial: Blinkbox vs. Netflix vs. Now TV vs. Amazon vs. Wuaki.TV

by Phil Wheat

We made the switch to streaming only services here at Nerdly HQ almost a year ago and have never looked back.. There’s very little between the services in terms of content, its the PQ and AQ that are the real differences and the winner on that side of things, at least in our BT Infinity […]

18th May2014

‘Libratone Zipp’ Speaker Review

by Phil Wheat

It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed a Libratone speaker – but when you have something as superb as the Libratone Live there’s not really any need to upgrade is there? Well that is until now. Copenhagen-based audio company Libratone have taken the concept of the Airplay speaker to the next level with the Libratone […]

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14th May2014

‘BeeWi Bluetooth Controlled Mini Cooper S’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Coming from wireless accessory manufacturer BeeWi, this Bluetooth controlled Mini Cooper S (in 1:20 scale) can easily and quickly turn the kitchen, office or front room into a race track. Fully controlled by a free downloadable app on either a smartphone or tablet and featuring a super fast motor promising hours of high speed action […]

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13th May2014

‘SteelSeries 9H Gaming Headset’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Product: SteelSeries 9H Gaming Headset Manufacturer: SteelSeries Input: 3.5mm jack(s) RRP: £135 I’ve reviewed and tested plenty of different makes and models of headphones/earphones over the years and for many years my go-to’s were the iLuv earphones that I’ve had almost five years. That was until I tried out the Sol Republic headphones back in March of […]

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02nd May2014

Hands-on with Google Glass at Virgin Media HQ

by Joe Cronin

We were kindly invited by the team at Virgin Media to try out Google Glass this week. This was our first time experiencing the much lauded Google wearable first-hand and we were dying to see if the odd looking device could live up to the hype. First impressions were good. Google Glass is very light […]

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26th Apr2014

‘LEGO Marvel Superheroes: Doc Ock Truck Heist’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Check out our review of the brand new LEGO Marvel Superheroes Doc Ock Truck Heist set (Set No. 76015) which is available from Lego.com/shop now. Doctor Octopus needs money, diamonds and gold to finance his evil plans… so he decides to make a cash withdrawal, bad guy style! Use his adjustable arms to rip the […]

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26th Apr2014

QDOS Q•BPOZ Bluetooth Speaker Review

by Phil Wheat

Light and compact the Q•BOPZ Bluetooth Speaker is perfect for both travel and home use, streaming music from any Bluetooth device and delivering impressive sound for up to seven hours. Small enough to fit in the palm of a hand, the speaker is wrapped in a satin silicone skin, which is splash resistant and forms […]

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