Razer Phone 2 review

  To look at the new phone from Razer, especially from the front, you wouldn’t really know this was the Razer Phone 2, it’s so similar to last year’s model – Razer is clearly channelling its inner Apple or Samsung, with bold confidence in the original’s design. Heck, even Apple has introduced a new color […]

ShuttleShuttle XPC Cube SZ270R8 Barebones Review

SZ270R8 Mini PC review Chassis: Black brushed aluminium chassis Motherboard: Z270 proprietary form factor CPU support: 1151 socket Skylake or Kaby Lake Hard drives: 4 x 3.5 inch or 3 x 3.5 and 1 x 2.5 M.2 support: 2 x M.2 2280 or 1 x 2230 and 1 x 2280 Optane ready Graphics card compatibility: […]

Dell XPS 13 Review – Plain and Inconspicuous

  Refined. Enlightened. Empowered. If we had to go with three words to describe the new Dell XPS 13 in all of its Alpine White glory, it’d have to be those. The Dell XPS 13, at least on paper, appears to be the kind of device you’d expect to appear plain and inconspicuous. With 8th-generation […]

Nokia 7.1 review – A fine mid-range handset

  Since being rebooted under the watchful eye of HMD Global, the Nokia brand has been attached to some very solid, value-for-money handsets – think decent specs at a decent price, and a clean, stock version of Android to boot. With the Nokia 7.1, this rather appealing mid-range excellence is being pushed even further. But […]

Chuwi LapBook SE

Chuwi is one of the up-and-coming Chinese brands that have flooded the alternative PC hardware market. Thanks to generous subsidies from the Chinese government, Chuwi (as well as dozens of other manufacturers) are able to ship devices to scores of territories for free, often undercutting better-known brands in the process. Chuwi LapBook SE WHERE TO […]

Fitbit Alta: Design and comfort

Fitbit Alta review Despite many rash complaints throughout the years, Fitbit remains the top wearable and arguably the most popular brand of fitness tracker on the market. However its range of trackers haven’t been the most stylish of models. The company’s solution? The Fitbit Alta. After first unveiling its fitness watch Fitbit Blaze, the wearable […]

Swift 7 Ultrabook

Swift 7 Ultrabook is the Acer’s thinnest ever and brings 4G LTE

Swift 7 Ultrabook is the thinnest ever and brings 4G LTE                       Acer has announced a new version of its sleek Swift 7 Ultrabook, as CES 2018 gets underway in Las Vegas. The notebook now has built-in 4G LTE for those seeking always-on connectivity, thanks […]

Moto E5 lot of features AND little BUDGET

  The Motorola Moto E5 is newest entry in the veteran manufacturer’s cheapest product line, coming in under £130 (AU$230, around $160) at most retailers and it has a few tricks up its sleeve. An 18:9 screen with a 720p resolution, a 13MP camera and a 4,000mAh battery all ensure that, for once, this is […]

Google Pixel C : plenty of power and a brilliant keyboard dock

    Google has historically been known for using other manufacturers for their Nexus tablets and phones. That all changes with the Pixel line-up, with the Pixel C designed and entirely built in-house. It borrows its name from the company’s premium Chromebook Pixel, an elegant 12.9in laptop. It’s clear that Google hasn’t compromised on quality or […]