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Hands on: Nintendo Switch review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Innovative and fun, the Switch looks set to make Nintendo cool again. FOR Unique design Interesting announced titles AGAINST Battery concerns Online

PlayStation Platinum Wireless Headset review

OUR VERDICT Despite some underwhelming moments, Sony’s new PlayStation Platinum Wireless Headset is a great-sounding, ultra-comfortable pair of cans that can make some of the

B&W P9 Signature review

OUR VERDICT The B&W P9 Signature are an expensive pair of headphones, with every last penny going towards providing the best acoustic experience possible. They’re

Hands on: Nomu S30 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT If you don’t mind the size, the Nomu S30 will fit the bill as a rugged smartphone. With the highest battery capacity

Hands on: Zotac VR Go review

OUR EARLY VERDICT In a growing world of VR-ready backpack PCs, the Zotac VR Go is the most elegant solutions we’ve seen yet. FOR High-end

Hands on: Aorus X9 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Aorus X9 could be the most powerful gaming laptop with SLI graphics superior to dual Nvidia GTX 1080s, but we’ll have

Hands on: LG K10 2017 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The K10 looks is a serviceable smartphone. It doesn’t do anything that really makes it standout, but it offers the features you’d

Hands on: LG Stylus 3 review

FOR Fingerprint scanner Slick interface Removable battery AGAINST Stylus is limited If you’re in the market for a supersized smartphone with a stylus, but have

Hands on: Panasonic EZ1002 OLED review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Panasonic’s latest OLED, the EZ1002, offers a well thought out form-factor in addition to the kind of stunning picture quality we’ve come

Hands on: Mio Slice review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Mio Slice may not be the most exciting looking wearable on the planet, but it does do something different to every

Hands on: Misfit Vapor review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Misfit’s first smartwatch could be a great choice for fitness fans who want a tracker which can do a little bit more

Hands on: LG SJ9 Soundbar review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Depending on its price, LG’s new SJ9 soundbar might be the most convenient way yet of getting Dolby’s impressive surround sound technology

Hands on: TCL Moveband review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Moveband won’t blow you away with stunning design or standout features, but for not a lot of money you can nab

Hands on: Samsung Galaxy A3 2017 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Samsung’s smallest new Galaxy A range phone packs a punch but misses out on some of the higher end features you’ll get

Hands on: Casio WSD-F20 review

FOR GPS and offline maps Rugged design Clever dual-layer display AGAINST Expensive Rather chunky Billed as smarter and more convenient, and part of Casio’s range

Hands on: Samsung Chromebook Pro review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The marriage between Chrome OS and Android has culminated into the Samsung Chromebook Pro, a device that perfectly rides the line between

Hands on: LG OLED W7 Signature Series review

OUR EARLY VERDICT There’s a lot to like about LG’s new OLED. A wafer-thin design alone wouldn’t have been enough to warrant the extra cost

Hands on: ZTE Blade V8 Pro review

OUR EARLY VERDICT ZTE Blade V8 Pro is a feature-charged budget phone that comes with a lot of perks you’d find on a flagship, including

Hands on: Lenovo Legion Y720 review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Sporting sharp looks and a unique focus on virtual reality experiences, the Lenovo Legion Y720 is a very alluring mid-range gaming laptop.

Urbanears Plattan II review

OUR VERDICT The Urbanears Plattan II may not look much different from the original, but subtle tweaks to its sound and comfort make them a

Origin EON17-X review

OUR VERDICT With great power comes a gargantuan price tag. The Origin EON17-X is hands down the most powerful gaming laptop out today – shame

Klipsch Reference On-Ear II review

OUR VERDICT The Klipsch Reference On-Ear II are well built, sound great and offer unmatched comfort for on-ear headphones. However, their high price makes them

Hands on: Chuwi LapBook review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Chuwi LapBook is not an outstanding laptop, by any means, but at this budget price level you’ll be hard pressed to

Gigabyte P37X v6 review

OUR VERDICT The P37X is finally a viable 4K gaming machine thanks to an upgrade to Nvidia’s GTX 1070, and it manages to be thinner

Hands on: Vensmile K8 Mini PC review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Vensmile K8 is all about practicality – it is a computer that’s both portable and has a usable keyboard and touchpad.

Mini Review : Google Pixel is a Top-Notch Android Phone

SCREEN SIZE : 5.0 inches SCREEN RES : 1920 x 1080 CPU : Snapdragon 821 CAMERAS : 12.3MP/8MP The Google Pixel is Google’s flagship phone

Adata XPG SX8000 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD review

OUR VERDICT Adata proves that it’s not just big names like Samsung, Intel or Toshiba that can making incredibly fast NVMe M.2 drives. For gamers

Aorus X5 v6 review

OUR VERDICT Loud and proud, the noisy Aorus X5 V6 sounds off big time when you’re pushing it to its limits. Put up with that,

Razer Raiju Controller review

OUR VERDICT Its customisable buttons might make this a great controller to use in games where you need to keep your thumbs on the sticks

Marshall Mid Bluetooth headphones review

OUR VERDICT Marshall’s Bluetooth headphones are a solid pair of on-ears that, while not exceptional, are still enjoyable to use. Boasting comfort, style, and a