A. J. Sudworth

My biggest love in books is Science Fiction - Vine just gives me a chance to try other genres
Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,951
Helpful votes received on reviews: 77% (1,465 of 1,896)
Location: UK



Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,951 - Total Helpful Votes: 1465 of 1896
Pencil by FiftyThree - Walnut by Fifty Three
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First off before you use this - just look at it. I have a stylus for my Samsung phone but this is almost a work of art, and not just a functional device. It feels high quality and looks great
The charging time is as advertised and I have used this for a month without needing a charge
I'm not a great artist but with this - coupled with the application features really encouraged me to start drawing on a screen - not just notes, but sketches as well, and the palm rest and erase capability are almost intuative - certainly I got started without referring to notes.
The pairing process is simple and takes a few seconds to complete and picks up on subsequent use so you can forget… Read more
Divoom Voombox Travel - Black by divoom
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This is a great piece of kit - dead easy to get going - USB charger and took about three hours to fully charge up
COnnecting the iPOD was simplicity itself - turn on blue tooth and pair the device with no password
The resultant sound was far ahead of my expectations on this - a good solid bass sound and perfect for a reasonable sized room
I found it OK for use with a phone but the speaker on my Note 3 is pretty good anyway so I don;t think I'll use it for that
Battery life is good - 6 hours on the initial charge
Controls are simple and I did not need to really refer to the instructions
This is simpler and tidier than have an external speaker with cables - it… Read more
Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch
Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch
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This is a very clever book ,taking the idea of lifes recorded and then pulled into an immersive computer programme to help survivors of a nuclear terrorist attack remember their families. The main story is a violent series of murders that have been captured on video and they will do anything to prevent this coming out because of the political connections. The world conjured by constant adverts , no privacy and very dodgy gameshows is horrific and the whole thing is woven together to a page turning detective story. Not as good as 'do androids' but one to watch