Review: Overclockers 8Pack Asteroid

Introduction and design The latest machine from Stoke, UK-based PC builders Overclockers UK is a monster, but it’s surprisingly small and affordable considering the other systems in the firm&…

Review: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

Introduction and design Samsung has played in the tablet space for a long time and even longer in the world of Windows laptops. Now, with the Galaxy TabPro S, the South Korean electronics giant has…

Hands-on review: MiNi Ray Projector

Projectors. The very name recalls memories of boring, long presentations in stuffy dark rooms, with everyone trying to hear the voice of the presenter over the noise of the fans of said projector. …

Hands-on review: Dell Vostro 3900

Although Dell has, for decades, been a staunch proponent of the direct sales model – which cuts out the middlemen – it has over the years mellowed and embraced the channel in order to b…

Review: Maingear Shift

Maingear Shift review Whenever discussing gaming PCs, I’ll be the first to tell you that building one yourself is always better – mostly because it’s infallibly cheaper. But, if y…

Review: Amazon Kindle review

Introduction and key features While the Kindle Voyage is the more exciting of Amazon’s latest ereaders, the Amazon Kindle shouldn’t be overlooked as an affordable way to enter the world…

Hands-on review: iPad Pro 9.7

This is the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Or, if we had to guess, the future incarnation of the iPad. Now, we’re getting our first look at the iPad Pro 12.9‘s downsized sibling. With a diagona…

Review: BBC Micro Bit review

Designed by the BBC as part of its Make it Digital initiative, the micro:bit is one of the world’s smallest programmable computers. What’s more, it’s free to all UK year 7 student…

Review: Deezer

Deezer Review Update: Deezer is now available on all Windows 10 platforms as a Universal Windows App. Original review below… Deezer, the music streaming service that launched in France and h…

Review: iPad Air 2

Introduction and design It was hard to see how Apple could improve on the first iPad Air – arguably the finest tablet ever produced. And then it went and did so with the iPad Air 2. You can t…

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