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Philips BDM4037UW review

PROS Good overall image quality Incredible contrast level Screen size and resolution ideally matched Nice design Plenty of connectivity CONS Colour accuracy not as good

Surface Book vs MacBook Pro (13.3-inch with Touch Bar) : Why Microsoft Wins

Creatives have a tough choice to make. Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro is now more powerful than ever with its 7th-generation processor, but Microsoft’s gunning for

Surface Pro 2017 vs iPad Pro with iOS 11 : Productivity Showdown

The two premium tablets of the year have been revealed and all gloves are off in the fight between Microsoft’s latest Surface Pro and the

ASUS ZenFone AR Review: The Future Of Smartphones?

We review the ASUS Zenfone AR! Despite being a relative newcomer to the Android arena compared to their competitors, Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS has managed to

Apple iMac 27-Inch with 5K Display Review (2017): Serious Power

THE GOOD Speedy performance Plenty of graphics muscle Brilliant display Familiar iMac design THE BAD No touch option Awkward port placement Magic Mouse is inoperable

iOS 11 vs. macOS: Apple Has Already Chosen the Winner

What will the productivity computers of the future look like? Assuming that we’re all not going to be working on spreadsheets on our smartphones in

iPad Pro (10.5-inch, 2017) review

The Good: Excellent display, upgraded storage options, faster processor, better cameras and a bigger display in a still-compact size. Faster refresh-rate display also means faster

Hands on: Xbox One X review

OUR EARLY VERDICT With six teraflops of graphical horsepower contained within a smartly designed package, the Xbox One X is about as premium as consoles

iPad Pro 10.5-inch vs New Surface Pro (2017): Which is best for you?

iPad Pro 10.5-inch vs New Surface Pro (2017): Should you go with Apple’s Pro tablet or Microsoft’s stellar hybrid? Here’s all you need to know.

Hands on: iPad Pro 2 10.5 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT A smooth upgrade with lightning fast internals and a much more impressive screen – combined with a real update to iOS 11,

iOS 11 Finally Makes the iPad a Capable Computer

Can tablets be the future of computing? If iOS 11 is any indication, Apple believes so. And based on the huge number of features the

Snapdragon 430 (+Adreno 505) vs Helio P10 (+Mali-T860) – performance, benchmarks and temperatures

Snapdragon 430 and Helio P10 are two of the popular mobile chips developed by Qualcomm and MediaTek. Both of them are mid-range processors and there are

Hands on: Dell Inspiron 27 7000 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Inspiron 27 7000 is quite the impressive everyman machine, with the tools necessary to handle hefty work (and play) loads in

The Best Windows 10 2-in-1 Tablets of 2017 so far

Last week in Shanghai, away from the very scrutinizing eyes of Western media, Microsoft unveiled the New Surface Pro, a.k.a. not the Surface Pro 5.

QLED vs. OLED: What’s the Difference?

In the world of visually stunning displays, OLED is the gold standard, but Samsung’s QLED technology is looking to challenge this supremacy. Both screen technologies

New Surface Pro 2017 vs MacBook Pro: What’s the difference?

New Surface Pro vs MacBook Pro: When you’re looking for a work laptop, you’ll probably consider the Microsoft Surface Pro or Apple MacBook Pro, but

Hands on: Huawei MateBook D review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The new MateBook D isn’t the most exciting product in Huawei’s first laptop range, but it may be suitable for your next

Tiny DJI Spark drone flies by gestures: Pricing, camera, and Autopilot

Drone pilots have a new, compact camera-drone option, with the DJI Spark promising not only portability but piloting so simple you don’t even need a

Google I/O 2017: Latest news, keynote highlights and analysis

GOOGLE I/O 2017 KEYNOTE: HIGHLIGHTS, LATEST NEWS AND ANALYSIS The annual Google I/O 2017 developer conference is underway, and the keynote has already been and

4 Ways Microsoft Plans to Win the Future

Moving far beyond Windows on the desktop, Microsoft wants to provide the platform for all of your devices, from handsets to headsets. At its recent

PC Specialist Optimus VIII review

PROS Faster than rivals in games tests Discreet design Plenty of customisation options CONS Slow, single-channel memory Poor screen and poorer speakers Disappointing keyboard KEY

Hands on: Microsoft Surface Laptop review

OUR EARLY VERDICT With the Surface Laptop, incredible design inside and out is hampered by a questionable platform choice for the price. FOR Gorgeous design

9 Things You Didn’t Know About The 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000

By now you should know quite a bit about the new, 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000 (and, by extension, the GSX-R1000R), since we’ve written a lot about

ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming K6 review – the fatal gaming Optane ready motherboard

Pros Facilitated overclocking options Extremely thorough BIOS menu The availability of two Ultra M.2 ports providing the connection of the fastest SSD devices Support of

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E470 review – a classic ThinkPad in a 14-inch form factor

Pros Decent build Excellent keyboard and touchpad Slightly above average browsing battery runtime An IPS panel suitable for more than just office work No PWM

Hands on: Origin NS-17 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT This is one of the most powerful mobile laptops we’ve ever tested, but sadly, it’s more of a gaming laptop than a

Hands on: HP Z2 Mini G3 Workstation review

OUR EARLY VERDICT A well-thought-out, gorgeous, pint-sized workstation computer that can (and will) make your 8K dreams come true without breaking the bank. FOR Great

ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4 review – the gaming motherboard that combines Ryzen with an SLI or CrossFire option

Pros Facilitated overclocking options Rich BIOS menu Options for installing ultra-fast SSDs Great design and “Armor”, protecting the I/O panel LED monitor, displaying probable hardware errors Supports the

Chuwi Hi10 Plus Review

PROS Extremely affordable price tag Dual boot (Windows 10, Android 5.1) micro USB and USB-C ports Solid build CONS No Remix OS, No Android Nougat

How 5G on wearables will make the smartphone era look like a warm-up

It’ll become ubiquitous, and then everything will change 5G is not just about speed. It may seem like just a logical step on from current