We've covered this trick to boost iPhone speaker volume before but it bears repeating: Head to Settings > Music > EQ and select Late Night. Some of the other EQ options give the volume a bit of a boost but none more so than Late Night. If you have your iPhone's volume turned all the way up, however, you may hear a little distortion with the Late Night EQ. This trick has been around for as long as there have been iPhones and bowls. Just pop your iPhone into a bowl -- and this time keep the speakers pointing downward -- and the sound waves will bounce off the bottom and sides of your chosen vessel to better fill a room.
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Like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, it lets you doodle on your slate, although my esteemed colleague Eric Franklin on CNET.com says it's not as well integrated into the software, and you can't make your lines thicker by pressing harder -- you have to change a menu. And as the pen is so massive, there's obviously no room to store it in the tablet. Make sure you don't lose it. The baby of the bunch is the £249 Excite Pure (pictured below), a cheaper 10-inch effort that cuts some corners with 1GB of RAM and a less powerful Tegra 3 chip. Its 1,280x800-pixel screen is half the resolution of Google's Nexus 10.
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Still, it's digital. Top quality, surely? Again, no. DAB hasn't got much bandwidth, so the pictures are cut down to fit the display -- and while we haven't had a chance to play with the service, we know all too well how good DAB is for radio on the move. It burbles. It crunches. It makes that odd DABby sound, like a frog gargling marbles. Whatever that does to TV pictures, we don't know; but you're unlikely to mistake it for HD. There are good things. There's a seven-day electronic programme guide. There's a red button for interactiveness, although heaven only knows what it'll do. There's Pamela Anderson fronting the service: ironic, given that Movio is highly unlikely to have the rights to any of her famous oeuvre. There's nothing else to say.