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  • Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen) review: A bit better, a bit worse

    3 hours ago Buy at Amazon Positives Improved connectivityMarginally improved sound qualityDesign stands out compared to the competition Negatives New design isn’t as versatile as the original puck-like styleHard to reach buttons Bottom Line The fourth-generation Echo Dot takes two steps forward and one step back. Compared to the model it replaces, sound quality and […] More

  • Huawei MatePad Pro review: Top-tier Android tablet with an app-chilles heel

    1 hour ago Positives Premium designStellar battery lifeAffordable priceUseful extras for Huawei users Negatives The app situationFlat sounding speakersAwkward selfie camera placementHit-and-miss accessories Bottom Line MatePad Pro by Huawei As a complete hardware package, the MatePad Pro is absolutely worth the £499 asking price. Hardware isn’t everything, though, and the reality of the Huawei-US trade […] More

  • OnePlus Buds Z review: Cheaper and better than the OnePlus Buds

    December 15, 2020 December 15, 2020 Positives AffordableGood fitFast chargingIP55 dust- and water-resistanceAutomatic ear detectionBluetooth 5.0, quick switchDolby Atmos support (limited) Negatives SBC and AAC only, no aptXCompanion app still in developmentLimited onboard control Bottom Line The OnePlus Buds Z are unpretentious true wireless earbuds for listeners on a budget. If you don’t need bells […] More

  • Google Nest Doorbell review: Catching up to the competition

    Google’s first foray into smart doorbells started with the Nest Hello in 2018. Unfortunately, that doorbell had a small audience due to its high price and huge limitation of only working with existing wired doorbell systems. This year, though, the company is finally offering a totally wireless solution with the Google Nest Doorbell. Without a […] More

  • 2020 Apple MacBook Air review: A premium laptop for the masses

    January 2008. Steve Jobs wouldn’t stop talking about an amazing computer, which he pulled out of a manila envelope. This was one of Apple’s most jaw-dropping unveilings. The first MacBook Air was a mere 19.3mm (0.76 inches) at its thickest point, something unheard of at the time. Its all-aluminum body made for a timeless design […] More

  • Asus ZenScreen Touch MB16AMT review: Checking off all the boxes

    December 11, 2020 December 11, 2020 Positives Outstanding designThunderbolt 3 supportFolio stand case and stylus pen come includedSimple menusContrast ratio and brightness are good enough for productivityIPS display has great viewing anglesBattery life is decentSpeakersTouchscreen Negatives SRGB is very average resulting in muted, dull colorsCan’t use Thunderbolt 3 and charge the device at the same […] More

  • NordVPN review: One of the best VPNs you can buy

    We’ve already told you why you should use a VPN and taken a look at the best VPN apps (including those for China). But now it’s time to take a closer look at the best VPN services out there. Some of the VPNs we’ve reviewed so far are: Today we are focusing on NordVPN. This […] More

  • HyperX Chargeplay Clutch review: A fun and versatile Nintendo Switch accessory

    6 hours ago Buy at Amazon Positives Premium build materials6,000mAh rechargeable battery built-inMakes handheld mode more comfortableMakes tabletop mode better in multiple waysAll ports/openings are still accessible when connected Negatives Only really useful for people who use handheld mode a lotExpensiveKickstand could use a better design Bottom Line The HyperX Chargeplay Clutch is an amazing […] More

  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review: Buy this one

    Update: March 25, 2020: We have updated our Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review with details on price drops, a camera app update, and more. If you’re a power user, you’re probably familiar with Samsung’s Galaxy S phones; specifically, the top-of-the-line Plus variants. This year, the Galaxy S20 line comes in three flavors, and the Plus […] More

  • Fitbit Premium: Is it worth it?

    Charging a premium for advanced health metrics isn’t anything new, but it’s new to Fitbit. Last year, the San Francisco-based company launched Fitbit Premium, a paid membership service that offers Fitbit diehards detailed insights into their fitness and health metrics. Daily reminders, tips, advanced sleep stats, and a plethora of workout videos and training plans […] More

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