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4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy S7 Oreo & 9 Reasons You Should

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Oreo update is finally making progress. And while you might be tempted to install it early or the second it arrives

2019 Bentley Continental GT first drive: Return of the King

Faced with a cross-country jaunt, the super-rich – those for whom the 2019 Bentley Continental GT’s six-figure price tag would not be a deal-breaker –

Campfire Audio Comet Hands-on Review – Unboxing and initial impressions

Introduction After the recent fanfare around the launch of Campfire Audio’s first over-ear headphone (the Cascade), they have decided that one release in 2018 isn’t

Canon SL2 Image Quality Comparison vs Canon SL1, Fuji X-A3, Olympus E-M10 III, Nikon D5600 and Sony A6000

Design Much like its other Rebel compatriots, the Canon SL2 is very much aimed at beginner and entry-level photographers. The ultra-compact nature of the SL2’s

Full SteamVR support doesn’t fix Windows Mixed Reality’s early access feel

Windows Mixed Reality headsets are easy to set up, but frustrating to use. Hardware doesn’t really have an “Early Access” period per se, the way

Lenovo Mirage Camera Review: VR photography for dummies

PROS Point-and-Shoot for 180 VR Affordable stereoscopic photos and video Close integration with YouTube and Google Photos CONS Framing can be tricky without a preview

Samsung 970 EVO review: Strong competition for the best budget NVMe SSD

Samsung’s lower-priced M.2 NVMe SSD rivals, but can’t unseat WD’s Black NVMe. Though it isn’t the equal of WD’s Black NVMe in sustained writing, the

Jonsbo C4 Review

Our Verdict The Jonsbo C4 delivers an aluminium exterior which is refreshing from all the cases with steel panels. And with a tempered glass side

HTC Vive Pro review: The best VR experience, bar none… if you can afford one

The HTC Vive is considered by many to be the leading virtual realitydevice on the market. And from 5 April 2018 things get even more exciting, as there’s

Apple Watch v Wear OS: The battle for smartwatch supremacy

The war continues to wage, and it’s starting to get more interesting With Wear OS having now replaced what was formerly known as Android Wear and the Apple Watch now sporting

ASUS NovaGo review: ‘Always online’ comes with limitations

As the first Snapdragon-powered PC available, the ASUS NovaGo has a lot riding on it. When Qualcomm and Microsoft teamed up to make connected PCs, they promised devices that

Corsair Obsidian 500D Review

Our Verdict The Corsair Obsidian 500D brings the basic features you would expect in a premium case. It continues the legacy of the Obsidian series

Garmin Connect: The ultimate guide

Tip and tricks for Garmin’s powerful training tool If you own a Garmin GPS running watch, fitness tracker or even a golf watch, you’ve got

Who should buy a Ryzen APU, and who shouldn’t

The Ryzen APU is the best game in town, and possibly the only game, but not for everyone. If you’re asking yourself, “should I buy

GAMESIR G5 HANDS-ON REVIEW

Gaming just got an upgrade in a BIG way! The GameSir G5S is coming… At CES 2018, the GameSir booth didn’t disappoint. They had the

2018 Audi SQ5 TFSI v Jaguar F-Pace S 35t comparison

Detractors may argue that the whole ‘sport SUV’ concept is incongruent enough to lack even a sensible name. Does such a description infer ‘sport-sport utility

Acer Chromebook 11 (2018) hands-on: USB-C and a blue finish keep things fresh

The Chromebook product segment continues to gather steam as time goes on. Acer recently announced a 2018 refresh for its Chromebook 11, adding USB-C ports

Planet Computers Gemini hands-on: Nostalgia’s Android reboot

For geeks of a certain generation, there’s something uncontrollably appealing about the Planet Computers Gemini. Fond memories of the classic Psion Series 5 are to blame,

Microsoft 2017 in review: Wins, fails, and WTF moments

We gained the Surface Laptop and the Fall Creators Update. We lost Windows Phone and Groove. Microsoft’s 2017 may as well be known as the

Alienware Area 51 Threadripper Edition review: The best pre-built gaming PC ever

Alienware’s Area 51 Threadripper Edition is unmatched when it comes to gaming performance but it’s ludicrously expensive Pros Unmatched performance Easily upgradeable Efficient cooling Cons

Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition review: Taming Vega’s flaws with brute force

The Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition eliminates Vega’s heat and noise issues with the most impressive cooling we’ve seen. Pros The most effective

HP Omen X VR Backpack Review

You’ve never seen a PC like HP’s Omen X Compact Desktop. It’s a powerful gaming rig, and it’s small enough to do double duty as a

Asus ROG Strix GL702ZC Review

The Pros Powerful desktop CPU; Specialized gaming software; Great speakers The Cons Slow storage speeds; Runs hot; Dismal battery life Verdict The Asus ROG Strix

Digital vs Physical Games: What’s Right For You?

With the holiday season in full swing, chances are you’re buying at least a few video games for a loved one (or yourself, we won’t

Alienware Aurora R7 Review: The Best Gaming PC Gets Better

THE GOOD Hassle-free upgradability Strong GPU and CPU performance Slick, customizable design Convenient port layout THE BAD Bulkier than some competitors VERDICT The Alienware Aurora

Windows Mixed Reality Review

Key Features Multiple headset options Free for Windows 10 users Steam VR support incoming Multiple tiers of system requirements Editor’s Note: Windows Mixed Reality is still

Garmin Forerunner 30 review

OUR VERDICT The Garmin Forerunner 30 is a pared-back version of the Forerunner 35, and while it lacks some of the more advanced features of

Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro review : Samsung’s getting the band back together

The Gear Fit2 Pro is an improvement over the Fit2, but not a huge one. The strengths of the Fit2 are still the strengths of

And finally: Samsung’s still interested in a wearable with a bendable display

All the other news and rumors from the week This was a huge week for Samsung, who held its developer conference in San Francisco and

Acer Mixed Reality AH101 Headset Review

The Pros Colorful, lightweight design; Compatible with a large number of systems; Doesn’t need external sensors; The Cons Apps and games are lacking; Noticeable visual