Expectations for the HTC One Max were high even before it landed on my doormat, mainly due to the success of it’s little Brother, the HTC One. The ‘Max’ however, with its 5.9 inch screen and front facing stereo speakers, is a different kettle of fish and certainly not one for the faint hearted.
Priced at £209.98 delivered (for the 16gb version from the play store), Google are definitely aiming for the mid-range mass market with this one, despite the low price they have packed some beefy hardware into this little beast. Running the latest Android 4.1.1 (Jelly bean) with lots of nice shiny new features.
The Samsung BD-DT7800 could be perfect for those of you that bought a new TV a couple of years back and are now salivating at the thought of a SmartTV, but can’t quite justify it.
The Dixie Go is a scanner you can use… you guessed it, ‘on the go’. You don’t need a Computer and it syncs nicely to cloud services such as Evernote and sites such as Flickr and Picasa.
The HTC Rhyme available in 2 colours ‘Clearwater’ and ‘Plum’. From the looks of things the one I have (a sort of purple pinkish colour) is geared towards the fairer of the species!