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Dell is probably better known for its ventures into the realm of gaming with its Alienware brand. That wasn't quite enough for the computer...
The Dell XPS 13 9365 is the latest in Dell's range of 2-in-1 laptops which perform as both a notebook and a Windows 10 tablet,...
I've always loved Google's Chromebook initiative. These lightweight, affordable, and long-lasting laptops might lack the functionality of your usual Windows PC, but what they...
I have a love/hate relationship with Windows laptops. All of the ones I've experienced have ran perfectly fine for around 6-12 months, and then...
Is the Lenovo Yoga Book the future of computing, or a stylish gimmick? I've spent a solid six months with this beautiful, unusual machine. Here are my impressions.
I'll be completely honest, whenever I've thought of an electric bicycle I've often thought of those bikes little old men often ride into town. Either that, or those odd looking foldable bikes people try and squeeze onto trains in the middle of London. So when we were contacted by Volt Bikes, I was a little apprehensive. Did we really want to review an electric bike? Then I saw their catalogue, and the answer to that question was "hell yeah!"
devlolo, a company best known for their home networking power line products has decided to jump headfirst into the Internet of Things, however is it a valiant effort or does it fall at the first hurdle?
I'll be honest, I haven't really given much thought about the mouse that I use on a daily basis. As long as it clicks the right buttons and moves the cursor around, I'm not overly fussed. Well, that's what I thought anyway until I actually tried my hand at a more higher-end mouse, namely the Mad Catz RAT 8. But does all these bells and whistles really make that much of a difference?
Lucidsound is one of those companies that strive to not only offer great sounding headsets, but also high quality components without any gimmicks. You won't find any pointless flashy LED's on any of Lucidsound's headsets, what you will find however is functionality, style, and fantastic sound.
My experience with racing wheels of any kind has been pretty slim. I think the last time I used one was way back in the 90s when force feedback simply meant that the wheel vibrated somewhat. But with the launch of games like Forza Horizon 3, Forza Motorsport 6, and of course Project CARS, I wanted to see what all the fuss is about and whether playing with a racing wheel made any real difference to the game. Introducing the Logitech G920 Racing Wheel, my test subject.
I have to admit something: I have a penchant for phone cases. I change them like the wind and I just can't get enough of the different designs, colours, and more. However, I think I may have found a case that I'm probably going to keep on my phone, that is until I upgrade, and that's the Totallee case called "The Scarf".
Phone cases have become a necessity ever since phones began to cross the £500 mark, which in this day and age is almost every phone. It won't take you long to find a case for your device as the Internet is awash with cases in all shapes, sizes, colours, and patterns. But none of them are quite like the Native Union CLIC 360 for iPhone 6/6S.
When you think of dash cam footage you're usually reminded of those crazy Russian YouTube videos where some idiot decides to dive into a car in order to claim personal injury damages, or some pillock who decided to pull into an intersection too early. Either way, you hardly associate them with the streets of Britain, right?
These past few weeks we've been getting hands-on with something pretty remarkable. It's something we never thought we needed, but after using it we've definitely been wanting one. The Touchjet Pond is a tiny projector with the capabilities of projecting an 80-inch image on your surface of choice. What's more, it also turns that surface into a touch-screen, but is something so small worth the £600 asking price?