P. A. Keating

Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (200 of 230)
Location: Wirral, England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 217,394 - Total Helpful Votes: 200 of 230
Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity Tracker & Sleep Wris&hellip Fitbit
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I have been using the fitbit flex for about five months now. But first a little background so you can understand my situation.

I am a gadget freak. I love tech. I have an iPad, a smart phone, a powerful PC, a laptop, games consoles and well you get the point. If it is shiny and goes ping I want one (I'm a gadget magpie). I have another problem though and slightly more serious. I am overweight and diabetic. At my worst I was 19 stone. I have also been a yoyo dieter. Losing 3 stone, putting 2 stone back on. Not the best of combinations. If you are looking at this sort of device you may well understand.

Anyway, reading through an article on Arstechnica, a… Read more
Sony QX10 Lens Style Camera for Smartphones and Ta&hellip by Sony
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Been using this for a week now in conjunction with my Xperia Z.

So far the picture quality has been excellent, on a par with my Canon IXUS (the one with the 10x optical zoom). A lot better than the one included in the Xperia Z (and that takes a good photo for a phone). The only downside is the flash. This is entirely dependent on the existing flash on the phone. So you will want to keep that point and shoot unless your phone has a great flash on it. On the other hand it has taken some good photo's in the low light.

Also, because the lens is independent of the phone/view finder it is great at getting some unusual shots on it. Although this can be a two man job,… Read more
The Parasite by Neal Asher
The Parasite by Neal Asher
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Having only just recently started reading Neal Asher's books he has become one of my favourite Sci-Fi authors around. Mixing many elements of fiction, his Polity series of books have become a firm favourite of mine. In the span of the last year I have gone through all of the Cormack books followed by the series based around the Spatterjay virus. Looking for something new to read I came across this on Amazon.

The parasite is actually the second of his published books, more a novella than on his main books. Written 5 years before the Polity would be unleashed on the world. Yet on reading this book you find that much of the ground work for what would become the Polity is in… Read more

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