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Star Wars Drone review: Propel’s Battle Drones are the best gift for the Star Wars fans – now under £60

Propel’s Star Wars Battle Drones are the perfect gift for your resident Star Wars fan – now they’re half price! Propel’s officially licensed Star Wars

Dali Oberon 3 review

The Oberon 3s are good, but not great speakers What’s in a name? Well-read readers may nod knowingly at the memory of Oberon, King of

2019 Zero DSR Review – First Ride

Funny thing about electric motorcycles: if you’re already an early adopter of the technology, the name Zero Motorcycles is all too familiar. If you still think electrics are

NVIDIA RTX 2080 Deep Dive: Redefining The Raw Power of Graphics Cards

It is the biggest upgrade in years Last month, NVIDIA officially announced the successor to its GTX 10 series with the RTX 20 series. Headlined by

All the VR news from Oculus Connect 2018 : Oculus gave us some Quest love and a bunch more VR gaming news

So Oculus Connect, its annual developer conference, is happening this week in San Jose but we already know pretty much all of the main VR headset and

Oculus Quest hands-on review : $399 VR headset cuts cords not corners

Traditionally, the middle-child can be the most problematic, but Oculus is hoping that its new Oculus Quest virtual reality headset bucks that trend. Revealed at

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 vs GTX 1080 Ti: Which graphics card should you buy?

These graphics cards perform the same on paper, but have some key differences in prices and promises. The long-awaited GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti are

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti review: Changing the game

These graphics cards are built for the future. What does that mean today? The GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti aren’t like any other

Isuzu I-Venture Club: Blue Mountains

New to Isuzu 4×4 ownership? A trip with the Isuzu I-Venture Club is a great place to start… The Isuzu I-Venture Club’s mission is simple:

Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti are loaded with boundary-pushing graphics tech

They boast hardware for real-time ray tracing and enough power to drive 4K G-Sync HDR displays. Those prices though. The wait is over, friends. After

Philips 803 OLED TV (55OLED803) review: Ambilight and multiple delights

The 803 is the first Philips OLED flatscreen TV to feature the brand’s second-generation P5 Perfect Processing Engine, which claims to offer twice the picture

Ford Mustang Bullitt review: Almost Steve McQueen cool

Nostalgia is powerful — it’s why we still have Star Wars movies. It’s the reason everyone loves the ’80s, and if you’ve ever talked to someone about

Intel Kaby Lake G Core i7-8705G review: Why Nvidia should be scared

Intel’s combination of Core i7 and Radeon RX Vega exceeds performance expectations and represents a future threat to Nvidia. Kaby Lake G’s marriage of Intel CPU

2018 Mazda MX-5 RF Limited Edition Review

Mazda’s evergreen roadster, the MX-5, gets impressive new tricked up chassis – for a price What we liked: • Steering • Brakes • Gearbox Not

X-Fi Sonic Carrier review: Home theater of the absurd

It’s the finest soundbar on the market. But for the money, is it better than conventional surround sound? It is without a doubt the best

2018 Husqvarna Vitpilen & Svartpilen 401 First Ride Review

Fresh Swedish styling on proven Austrian performance Husqvarna, a company better known for its off-road bikes – or chainsaws, depending on who you ask –

OnePlus 6: Everything we know so far about the upcoming ‘flagship killer’

Like all other OnePlus devices in the past, the OnePlus 5 and the 5T have disrupted the budget flagship segment. By offering flagship-grade features at half

ARCore and ARKit: what AR on your phone can do for you

Mobile augmented reality isn’t really new. Even before Oculus, Vive, and HoloLens, there were already traces of the use of AR on our phones, from

Huawei Matebook X Pro Hands on review: Huawei’s next generation MacBook killer

Huawei’s Matebook X Pro officially announced at MWC, and it could be the firm’s latest MacBook killer Last year’s Huawei Matebook X was very nearly

Garmin Vivofit jr 2 review : Garmin’s second gen fitness tracker for kids still keeps things fun

The Garmin Vivofit jr 2 may well be a fitness tracker for kids, but it needs a grown up on hand to make the most

Rokid Glass hands-on: AR glasses with teething pains

Is the world ready for augmented reality glasses? More importantly, perhaps, are augmented reality glasses manufacturers ready? Having tried the latest attempt at the segment, Rokid’s

NVIDIA TITAN V: 5 features for scientists, researchers, and gamers

Today the NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN V was revealed as what the company calls The Most Powerful PC GPU Ever Created. Inside this machine is

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Review: The AR Force is strong

Is there a science-fiction franchise more ripe for an augmented reality game than Star Wars? Disney and Lenovo don’t think so, hence Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, a

Magic Leap: Everything we know so far and what we still – STILL – don’t know

Waiting for Magic Leap has been starting to get on everyone’s nerves and we’re sure we’re not alone. Early last year, after a series of

Toshiba 65X9863DB hands on

Almost a year to the day after Toshiba announced its partnership with Vestel and re-entry into the European TV market, the venerable Japanese brand announced a slew of new TVs at IFA

Plox Death Star Levitating Speaker Review: A floating, fully functional Bluetooth speaker!

We review the Plox Death Star Levitating Speaker, a Star Wars themed Bluetooth blaster that can float with the aid of powerful magnets. So, we’ve

Audeze iSine 10 review

Audeze’s iSine 10 is one of the largest and strangest-looking in-ear headphones you’ll encounter, but it’s also one of the best sounding in-ears out there

HP Chromebook 14 Review

The Pros Good multitasking performance; Strong audio; Large 1080p screen; Colorful design The Cons Dim display; Relatively short battery life; Underside gets warm Verdict The

Lenovo Y Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review — Big and Not Very Bold

THE GOOD Excellent macro recording Decent keys THE BAD Large, obnoxious design Limited software Less robust than similarly priced keyboards VERDICT The Lenovo Y Gaming

Logitech G610 Orion Review — Cherry On Top

THE GOOD Authentic Cherry MX keys Cheaper than full RGB keyboards Discrete media control buttons THE BAD No Blue or Green options Lighting effects seem