HTC received a much needed boost to a flagging reputation when it released the HTC One, so it’s not entirely surprising to see the Taiwanese smartphone giant milking this success at every opportunity. The HTC One Mini was fairly well received, retaining many of the most lauded qualities of its predecessor, including the premium metal … Continue reading HTC One Max review round-up
We were excited to learn at this years CES (doesn’t January seem like a long time ago?!) that Pure, one of our favourite audio gadget manufacturers, was branching out into the crowded market of Freeview set top boxes. So when Avalon 300R Cpmmect was released; like all sensible men we started setting up without too … Continue reading Pure’s Avalon 300R PVR: Hands On Review
Let’s for one minute, strip away the hysteria and PR hyperbole that accompanies every Windows release and get down to the brass tacks of this latest release. Is it really the best thing Microsoft has produced since the dawn of time as it would lead us to believe? Microsoft is saying it’s the biggest upgrade … Continue reading Windows 8 review of reviews: Fireman’s poles, tiles and hyperbole?
Removing the Samsung ML-1865W from its box causes a moment of quiet reflection – remember when wireless laser printers were the size of photocopiers? The 1865 is tiny (341 x 224 x 184mm). We’re talking pretty-much-inkjet size. And it all folds away into a neat little box. AND it looks nice. So what else is … Continue reading Samsung ML-1865W review
Like people, computers seem to slow down as they get old. With human ageing, it’s usually losing information that slows things down. With a PC, however, it’s the opposite – too much data. Accumulate enough old and redundant files and even the fastest system will struggle. Over 20 million people have turned to TuneUp to … Continue reading TuneUp Utilities 2011 review
The 3DS, successor to Nintendo’s uber-popular DS handheld console, has been much anticipated and long awaited among bloggers, gamers and tech obsessives everywhere. Finally, at the E3 conference last week, a few lucky journalists were able to get up close and personal with the device. Almost as soon as the 3DS been unveiled by Nintendo’s … Continue reading Nintendo 3DS: Review round up and hands-on
iMac’s used to be the obvious choice for people who prefer style over substance. This is no longer the case, over the last 10 years Apple have steadily improved their all-in-one computer and the latest incarnation is the fastest all-in-one solution on the market to date. The two ultra-high-end 27-inch iMacs are the first to uses … Continue reading Apple iMac (late 2009) 27-inch Review