If you are into your gadgets and tech, it is likely that you may have some old retro junk still lying around. Perhaps in your loft or basement in a box somewhere? Or maybe in one of your drawers that has been left untouched for decades! It may be a cliche now, but like the saying goes: 'One man's junk is another man's treasure'. So it might be worth rummaging through your household to find these treasures to make some quick and easy cash! Of course it goes without saying, we are a gadget... Read more »
With 2018 a matter of a day or so away, we are saying goodbye to 2017 by rounding up what we feel are the best gadgets available in the year 2017. 2017 has marked a great year for tech with a lot of new innovations and gadgets made available. Hopefully the next year keeps up this pace and we will be ever so grateful! 1. Galaxy Note 8 Samsung has pulled through with their impressive flagship phablet. Definitely righting the wrongs made from the predecessor. In our opinion this is the... Read more »
Gadget Mill has always believed in providing our customers the best prices for their unwanted gadgets without the hassle. Therefore we are always researching and looking for ways to improve our service and provide added incentives to our customers. Therefore we are very excited to announce that our customers will now have the option to receive payments in the form of Bitcoin (BTC) when selling their gadgets to us. Please see information below that should answer any questions you might... Read more »
Some lucky customers have taken to social media to show off photos and videos of their early deliveries of the iMac Pro. These machines which have a price tag starting from £4899/$4999 were made available to be order from December 14, but are officially due to be delivered early January (2nd-4th) to be exact. Above is a video posted by Mac Otakara, who have tested the device already including running some benchmarking tools to see what kind of performance this beast can really bring... Read more »
As the dust has now started to settle since Floyd Mayweather's illustrious boxing bout against Conor McGregor, it seems fans have picked up on a rather interesting detail regarding 'money' Mayweather's favourite music player device. When the boxer arrived at the T-Mobile arena, he was seen carrying and listening to an unusual and unique iPod. As you would expect from someone representing 'The Money Team AKA TMT' the iPod is said to be made out of gold and diamond encrusted. Fans... Read more »
Remember the iPod? The legendary device which marked the beginning to Apple's venture in the consumer electronics market? 27 July 2017 is the day Apple has finally put an end to the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle line-ups! The iPod Nano devices have been around for over 10 years now and have therefore seen a lot of changes over time. We started off with a classy glossy finish where the first generation was only offered in black and white colours. Since then Apple decided to colourise the... Read more »
It is no secret that humans are dependant on gadgets in this day and age. From our phones to our vacuum cleaners, gadgets are clearly becoming a necessity in everyone's life. They make our lives easier, help brighten up our day and assist with everyday activities. These electronics have overwhelmed a lot of our life so much so that the 10 funky gadgets below are being well overlooked - especially when they are made to stand out! Check out our funkiest of the funk below: 10 - Bright Idea... Read more »
It is no secret that the iPod is a diminishing brand for Apple, with sales dropping and the iPod not being promoted as it once was. It is fair to assume that the iPod certainly needs a reboot to become great again. The issue here is the iPhone has a build in music app, a device most Apple fans will already own. So is there much need for an iPod touch with an iPhone already in hand? Perhaps an iPod Shuffle would be useful for joggers and maybe even the iPod Nano if you require Bluetooth... Read more »
Apple launched a replacement program for the iPod Nano 1st Generation back in 2011, a bit strange considering this model was released in 2005 - meaning there was a 6 year delay in launching such program. The reason for the launch of this replacement program was that Apple realised that under certain circumstances albeit rare - the battery can overheat and be a potential safety risk (basically explode!). I guess it makes sense for Apple to launch such program, to avoid any lawsuits and so... Read more »
Recently the original iPhone prototype has worked its way on to the internet, interesting however is the fact that the original prototype of the iPhone was based on the iPod click-wheel system. Like the original iPhone, this prototype was due to have an aluminum body, multi touch screen, built in 2G and WIFI. However even with all this, the interface itself seems to follow closely to the iPod with the click-wheel system. This prototype OS was referred to as Acorn OS which pretty much... Read more »