uk-reviews

Pebble Time review: an underdog among smartwatches

For two years, Pebble was the smartwatch company to beat. In 2012, it raised over $10 million on Kickstarter for its simple, monochrome e-paper wristwatch,

Intel Compute Stick review: nothing more than a prototype for now

Intel’s new Compute Stick isn’t that hard to grasp: It’s a computer… on a stick! Using one of its Atom processors, Intel managed to cram

ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi review: thinner than air, but at what cost?

When ASUS formally unveiled the Transformer Book Chi T300, it did so in the cheekiest way possible: with a cleverly worded swipe at Apple. “Our

MSI GT72 Dominator review: a worthy successor to a great gaming notebook

The last time I saw MSI’s Dominator laptop, I was sick of it. There wasn’t anything wrong with it, but at the time, the product

Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact review: light in the hand, heavy on the wallet

Sony’s consumer electronics division is in an ongoing state of flux. Having already given up on PCs and e-readers, the company recently pledged to make

Sony SmartWatch 3 review: dull design, but great for runners

This here is the Sony SmartWatch 3. That might make it sound like it’s the third iteration in a line of gadgets, but really, it’s

BlackBerry Classic review: A love letter to fans and few others

Let’s put Apple, Samsung and all their ilk aside for few moments: It really wasn’t that long ago that a homegrown Canadian company called BlackBerry

Fitbit Surge review: a top-notch tracker with a flawed design

Confession time: I’m a bit of a wannabe when it comes to self-quantification. The idea of counting every step I take, every calorie I eat,

HP Spectre x360 review: What happens when Microsoft helps build a laptop?

The Spectre x360 is HP’s newest flagship notebook. It’s also probably the closest you’ll get to seeing Microsoft build its own laptop. You see, though

Dell XPS 13 review (2015): Meet the world’s smallest 13-inch laptop

CES has come and gone; the holidays are long past; and now all we’re left with are a few months of dreary weather. No fun,