The fine folk at Geekanoids have got their hands on a set of Brainwavz HM9 Headphones and have posted a video review. Don't want to spoil it for you but they're digging the HM9s - check out what they say here: Brainwavz HM9 headphones review The Brainwavz HM9s are in stock on the MP4Nation store with free Fedex shipping to selected destinations.
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Back in the saddle, our latest video review. The Ainol Tornados are available on our store here.
D2K from the forums gives yet another wonderful video review of the Brainwavz HM5 in the flesh. Via forums
Dragon2Knight gives us another great video review, this time of the Brainwavz HM3, showing off how it looks and discussing the comfort, build and sound quality. Thanks D2K!
Please sit back, relax and enjoy our video review of the latest Android tablet to be introduced to our store front - the U15GT from Cube. Just a few notes to add about the video: the U15GT is said to have a 2600mAh battery which will give it an average battery life of 3 to 4 hours with WiFi constantly on. I also found the viewing angles to not be particularly clear, but facing straight ahead, you'll all fine and dandy. Other than that, the tablet was a joy to play around with and I would definitely recommend it for anyone looking for an easy-to-use, entertainment tablet that is portable and easy to carry around. If this little guy tickles your fancy, head on over to its product page here!
If you're an old Nationite, you'll remember MP4 Nation's first Brainwavz Betas. The strikingly white set with equally striking orange tips that gave you a big sound for their worth – a bang for your buck. Well the Betas are back and this time they have got a totally new look and sound. I have been fortunate enough to burn in, listen and review the new Betas, and have compared them to their predecessor, as well as the Brainwavz Alphas – the pair regarded as the 'fun' set and have just as much bang for your buck (a different kind of bang though). I'll be writing the review and comparisons as so: a full review on look, feel, sound, specs and more on the new Betas; a brief review on the sound and specs of the old Betas; a brief review of the sound and specs of the Alphas; a comparis
Here is my written review on the sounds and physical qualities of Brainwavz B2 dual-balanced armature IEMs, as well as a comparison to the Brainwavz M2 dynamic IEMs which you can read after the break. Rig: iPod Nano (2nd generation) Listened to Yeasayers, Zero 7, Sigur Ros, The Mars Volta and a little Jethro Tull for good measure Sound Pre Burn-In Out of the box, the first thing the B2s impressed upon me was the difference in detail versus my current M2 setup – the B2s were much more obvious with exceptional clarity. I heard instruments and sounds I didn't hear before within a track I had heard many times over through the M2s. There was definitely a clear and strong emphasis on the highs which allowed vocals, acoustic sounds and high frequency electronic sounds to p
Alex takes a stab at the Ainol Novo 8, and gives us his $0.02 on Ainol's new Cortex-A9-powered flagship tablet. The tablet's got some pretty damn decent hardware: ARM Cortex-A9 Amlogic 8726-M processor (w/ Mali-400 GPU), an 8-inch capacitive multitouch high-resolution (1280 x 768) display all running on Android 2.2. Well, I shan't ramble on anymore, watch the video review for a much fuller idea on the Ainol Novo 8.
First of all, there are 6 T's in the title. Second of all, we have here an MP4Nation unboxing and hands on video review of the Teclast TPad T760 slate. The T760 tab is a 1.2GHz RK2918 powered tablet that has a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1024 x 600. It's a smooth and easy to use tablet that works great as an entertainment or media tab. Find out more about its specs as well as how it performs with video and audio playback, as well as game play, web browsing and Adobe Flash response from the video after the break!
Come check me and my grubby hands out as I show you the small 3.6-inch Ainol V8000HDC PMP. You can find the unboxing video review on V8000HDC product page at the www.mp4naiton.net website, or simply watch it here! Powered by the Boxchip F16 processor, a variant of the Sochip SC8600, the V8000HDC is capable of HD video playback up to 720p (1280 x 720). The V8000HDC is a button operated player. This is the perfect little player for tucking into your shirt pocket and taking with you wherever you go. It's small, light, and powerful.