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T-Bao Tbook X8S Pro Review: The Ultra Thin Gaming Laptop

The Chinese manufacturers are offering the smartphone on the lower price which offers the good performance and great features as well. The companies like Doogee,

Dell Inspiron 15 5570 (Core i7-8550U, AMD Radeon 530) review – too little, too late

Pros Fairly portable Supports M.2 SSD and 2.5-inch HDD even from the lowest configuration Cons Unconvincing build quality Dim display with narrow sRGB coverage and

iPhone 9: All you need to know about the next iPhone (2018)

There’s early excitement for the iPhone 9, so here’s what we already know about the iPhone 9 release date, specs, features, price and more. Apple’s

Vaunt smart glasses: The 5 Glasshole lessons Intel learned

Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses are real, and they’re arguably the most realistic vision of how wearable computing can escape the “Glasshole” reputation. Fruit of the

Best Gaming Monitors 2018: The finest HDR, 144Hz, G-Sync and FreeSync screens for gamers

Best gaming monitor buying guide: On the market for a spiffy new monitor for gaming? Then you’re in luck, as we’ve tested all the latest

Best Chromebook 2018: The TOP Chrome OS laptops from Google, Dell and Acer

Here are the best Chromebooks you can pick up in 2018 – find the best Chrome OS laptop for you and grab a great deal

Plextor M9Pe NVMe SSD review: Far faster than SATA and almost as affordable

Continuing with the company’s trend of stylish looks, this new NVMe SSD is also quite cheap for the genre. Plextor’s latest NVMe SSD delivers big

PC Specialist Vulcan X 02 review: A seriously high-performance PC

The Vulcan delivers performance we’re not used to at this price, thanks to AMD’s amazing Ryzen chips Pros Low price Excellent 3D capabilities Cons Large

Ryzen CPUs explained: Everything you need to know about AMD’s disruptive multicore chips

AMD’s powerful Ryzen processors democratize CPU cores and challenge Intel’s high-end chips. After a decade of fielding ho-hum FX-series processors, AMD’s finally released its highly

66 Audio Pro Voice wireless headphones review: Alexa moves out of the smart home

Wearing these on-ear cans is like strapping a pair of Echos to your head. 66 Audio’s Pro Voice headphones deliver a fantastic audio performance for

Checkup time: What Apple, Samsung and the rest are doing with digital health

What are the big companies up to in digital health? One of the big trends right now in technology, and wearables like fitness trackers in particular, is

The best PCs you can buy from £670/$912

*** Note : £1 = $1.39 (correct at time of post) For power and futureproofing, a desktop PC is the best choice The conventional desktop

iMac Pro review: Mac Pro power in the shape of an iMac

The fastest Mac available is for users who demand multi-core performance. Pros Fastest Mac you can buy Quiet cooling system Plenty of high-speed connection ports

10 big CES reveals that PC enthusiasts need to know about

A glimpse into the high-octane future of the PC. An ominous Spectre hung over CES 2018’s PC announcements, as the industry grapples with how to protect against devastating

Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock runs Windows Mixed Reality

Laptops are getting thinner and thinner, not to mention sometimes converting into tablets. But the price of portability is performance, at the very least graphics

Maximus Camera Floodlight review: Brand X is trying harder

It’s been around for years, but now it’s doing more to earn your attention. Pros High-quality security camera Floodlights illuminate a large area Two-way communication,

Lenovo Miix 630 hand-on review: Bossing battery life with 20 hours per charge

Lenovo has been producing Miix 2-in-1 tablet-cum-laptop devices for a number of years, but relying on Intel for its chipsets. In the last model, the Miix 720, that resulted

Pawbo+ Review

Pros  Great value for all that functionality  Reliable app  Good two-way audio Cons  Underwhelming video quality, especially in low light  Noisy laser pointer motor  Treat-dispensing

Android in 2017: the highs and the lows

Another 365 (and one-fourth) days have passed. Naysayers have again been proven wrong. Android is still going strong and the open source operating system is

Apple in 2017: the good, the bad and the painfully inevitable

From the highs of the iPhone X to the lows of the iPhone X’s notch… Apple is in its very own Groundhog Day. Every year,

ASUS X756UQ/K756UQ review – looks good but fails to impress with everything else

Pros Good build quality The display has almost full sRGB coverage Decent input devices Cons Poor battery life Not the most portable 17-inch solution Fails

Acer Aspire 7 (A717-71G) review – Acer’s high-performance mid-ranger

Pros Good build quality with brushed aluminum Nice keyboard, usable touchpad Excellent, bright IPS panel with wide sRGB and high contrast The display doesn’t use

Magic Leap One: All the details on the mysterious mixed reality glasses

And what we still – STILL – don’t know The wait for Magic Leap has been a long roller coaster of emotions, but the company

ASUS NovaGo and HP ENVY x2 hands-on review : Snapdragon’s Windows stars

Welcome to the familiar: I’ve just spent some time with the first Windows 10 on Snapdragon devices, HP’s ENVY x2 and ASUS’s NovaGo, and they’re

Qualcomm invades Intel’s turf with Snapdragon PCs that push battery life over performance

Qualcomm showed Snapdragon PCs from Asus and HP that promise two-day battery life and always-on connections. Qualcomm is invading Intel’s turf, announcing Windows PCs that

Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti vs. GTX 1060 Max-Q vs. GTX 1060: What’s the Best Value?

Just when we thought we had this whole Nvidia Pascal thing figured out, the company throws us a curveball and introduces a Max-Q model of its GTX 1060 GPU.

GPD Pocket review

OUR VERDICT The GPD Pocket isn’t cheap, or indeed perfect, but it compromises in the right places to make a praiseworthy portable who which is

AOC I1601FWUX USB Type-C Portable Monitor Review

The Pros Slim and light design; Simple USB Type-C connection; Handy auto-pivot feature The Cons Middling display; No backward compatibility with USB Type-A laptops; Poorly

HP Spectre x360 (15-inch, 8th Gen) Review

The Pros Gorgeous, lightweight design; Speedy overall performance; Vibrant 4K display; Strong sound; Great battery life The Cons Heats up; No fingerprint reader Verdict The

Vinci 2.0 is a standalone hearable designed to be your perfect running partner

Hearables are a bit of a thing now. More and more companies, even big ones like Google and Apple, are looking to create voice-based devices that can help