Category Archives: Tech Reviews

Samsung 860 Evo review

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At close to three times the speed of spinning rust the SATA SSD also uses less power, is lighter, silent, and connects using a port that all desktop systems come with as standard.Samsung makes a wide range of these devices, with the Evo series sitting in the middle ground of performance and capacity at an […]

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Wink Lookout review: Wink’s security sensors aren’t good enough for your smart home

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I’ll be blunt. Never have I had so much trouble getting a smart home product to work. In fact, Wink Lookout is so difficult to get up and running—and so frustrating in actual operation—that shoppers should categorically look elsewhere for their home security needs. Mentioned in this article This may come as a surprise, because […]

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2018 Hyundai Sonata review – Roadshow

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Way back when I was a teenager, I went to prom in a Hyundai. I got a little bit of flak from some of my friends for not joining them in a fancy-pants limo, but my date and I decided to splurge on a nice dinner and share the embarrassment of showing up at the […]

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Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra review: Hands-on

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Most new phone launches for 2018 will take place at MWC but there were a handful of shiny new handsets in Las Vegas for CES. One of those is the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra, a mid-range device for those wanting a huge screen and dual front cameras. Those are really the main features here as, […]

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LG V30 hands-on: The new LG V30 Alpha is rumoured for MWC 2018

NEWS: There are rumours suggesting the LG V30 will receive a spec bump at MWC 2018, the tech event that takes place every year in Barcelona. This year, the new V30 (or V30+α or V30 Alpha) might feature an AI chip that’ll be the result of LG working closely with Google. This comes from LG […]

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Hive View review: Attractive design, average features

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If U.K. smart home brand Hive hoped to immediately steal some of the shine from competitors with its new Hive View indoor camera, it has succeeded spectacularly. With is satiny finish and unique “grab and go” modular design—the creation of Swiss industrial designer Yves Béhar—this security camera impresses right out of the box. The cubed […]

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Bonavita Metropolitan 8-Cup brewer review – CNET

Automatic, affordable coffee makers that brew quality drip are hard to find. What comes out of cheap machines is usually awful stuff. Enter the $100 (converts to £74, AU$127) Bonavita Metropolitan 8-cup Brewer. Yes, it costs a little more than budget $40 coffee makers. The Metropolitan, however, has almost the same impressive brewing abilities as […]

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Logitech Circle 2 review – CNET

Logitech’s $180 Circle 2 wired security camera is a significant improvement over its first-gen model, but it’s also very different. Instead of a rechargeable battery, this new model requires an adapter for power. It’s also rated for indoor and outdoor use; the original Circle cam ($199.00 at Dell Home) was strictly indoors-only. At the current […]

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Mophie Powerstation AC review

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Q Acoustics M2 review – CNET

This time last year we were ready to write off sound bases: most TVs didn’t fit on them anymore, and sound bars let you upgrade with a subwoofer, a path seemingly closed to their larger siblings. Then, along came Sonos Playbase ($699.00 at Amazon.com), which sounds better than many sound bars and ‘bases. With a […]

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