I love gadgets, whether it be something for the home, out and about or personal to you. Here you will find my reviews with my honest opinion of what I and mini MeBeGeek think ( If it is aimed at kids).
When you speak to anyone about phones or tablets, majority of people are either firmly sat in the Android or the Apple camp. I am avid user of Android and nothing had changed my mind. So when Three gave me the opportunity to loan and test out a iPhone X, I wanted to see if it could change my mind.
When I first seen the Power Tracks, the concept really appealed. Teaching kids to code is a passion of mine. It is focused on teaching the basic steps of coding and circuit building in a fun hands on way. We were given the opportunity to review Power Tracks and see what we thought. Did it meet my hopes?
In late summer, Rising Star Games released a new type of game designed for children for the Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch. We got the opportunity to test it out and see what we thought. It sits outside the typical genres as it combines a few different genres but manages it without making it feel disjointed.