Category: Reviews
Review: Overclockers 8Pack Asteroid

Review: Overclockers 8Pack Asteroid

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Introduction and designThe latest machine from Stoke, UK-based PC builders Overclockers UK is a monster, but it's surprisingly small and affordable considering the other systems ...

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Review: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

Review: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

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Introduction and designSamsung has played in the tablet space for a long time and even longer in the world of Windows laptops. Now, with the Galaxy TabPro S, the South Korean ...

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Hands-on review: MiNi Ray Projector

Hands-on review: MiNi Ray Projector

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Projectors. The very name recalls memories of boring, long presentations in stuffy dark rooms, with everyone trying to hear the voice of the presenter over the noise of the fans ...

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Hands-on review: Dell Vostro 3900

Hands-on review: Dell Vostro 3900

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Although Dell has, for decades, been a staunch proponent of the direct sales model – which cuts out the middlemen – it has over the years mellowed and embraced the ...

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Review: Maingear Shift

Review: Maingear Shift

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Maingear Shift reviewWhenever discussing gaming PCs, I'll be the first to tell you that building one yourself is always better – mostly because it's infallibly cheaper. ...

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Review:  Amazon Kindle review

Review: Amazon Kindle review

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Introduction and key featuresWhile the Kindle Voyage is the more exciting of Amazon's latest ereaders, the Amazon Kindle shouldn't be overlooked as an affordable way to enter the ...

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Hands-on review:  iPad Pro 9.7

Hands-on review: iPad Pro 9.7

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This is the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Or, if we had to guess, the future incarnation of the iPad. Now, we're getting our first look at the iPad Pro 12.9's downsized sibling. With a ...

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Hands-on review:  iPhone SE

Hands-on review: iPhone SE

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When the world zigs, you zag. Buy low, sell high. When the entire smartphone universe skews big, you reinvigorate the small. That, in a nutshell, is the mentality behind the ...

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Review: BBC Micro Bit review

Review: BBC Micro Bit review

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Designed by the BBC as part of its Make it Digital initiative, the micro:bit is one of the world's smallest programmable computers. What's more, it's free to all UK year 7 ...

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Review:  iPad Pro

Review: iPad Pro

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IntroductionUpdate: A number of apps are starting to appear on the iPad Pro that really make use of the Pencil and the raw power of the device - it's starting to look a lot more ...

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