F-Secure SENSE Review – Secure router with built in threat protection

The F-Secure SENSE is a quite an exciting product in the world of routers. It the first hardware product from F-Secure, but it is also a router that has been designed from the ground up to be completely secure (if that’s possible). The router itself is not only secure but uses proprietary threat management software … Read more

Dell Latitude 5289 2-in-1 Review

Following my review of the excellent Acer Spin 7, I have been sent the business orientated Dell Latitude 5289 2-in-1. The model I have reviewed is one below the top of the range and priced at £1,127 currently (minus VAT). The specification includes: 7th Generation Intel Core™ i5-7300U (Dual Core 2.60Gz 3MB cache) Windows 10 … Read more

Buffalo MiniStation Velocity 960GB external SSD Review

Solid State Storage is all the rage for laptops and desktops nowadays, it offers exponentially better performance than a mechanical drive while being smaller, quieter and giving off less heat. However, they are expensive compared to their mechanical equivalents and store less data, this means that we haven’t really seen many external SSDs on the … Read more

Arduino vs BeagleBone vs Raspberry Pi

Development boards have had a massive impact in the computing and electronics world. The original Raspberry Pi has inspired a new generation of hobbyist interested in developing electronics and learning to program. These development boards are used by people of all ages, from school kids to adults and even companies developing advanced systems. Due to … Read more

Acer Spin 7 Review – 2-in-1 Ultraportable

In the past year, Acer has rebranded their laptop line-up launching the new Swift and Spin range. Their names are a bit of a giveaway, with the Spin being the convertible line while the Swift is the normal ultraportable. The Spin range comes in 3 varieties, the 3, 5 and 7. The line-up is a … Read more

Microsoft finally announce the Xbox One X

Everyone already knew Project Scorpio was in development, which is now named the Xbox One X. Most of the specifications have been leaked too, but now we have firm details on its looks, release date and specifications. Being released November 7th worldwide, priced at $499 or £449, the One X will be the most powerful … Read more

Sudio Regent On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones Review

Sudio is a Swedish brand that has a strong focus on developing fashionable looking headphones for both in ear and on ear. I previously enjoyed the Vasa Blå and today I have the Regent, which are over the head, on-ear headphones. Priced at a reasonable £119 the Regent not only boasts a sleek ultramodern appearance … Read more

Apple Announce 10.5-inch iPad Pro

Just to confuse things a bit more with the Apple tablet line-up, they have announced the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which will replace the 9.7-inch iPad. While the screen is larger than its predecessor it is only 10mm longer and 5mm wider and 32g heavier, so you hopefully won’t notice the difference in physical dimensions too much. … Read more

Apple Announces Homepod, its Siri smart speaker

With the success of the Amazon Echo and Google Home, it comes as no surprise that Apple has unveiled their own smart speaker that integrates Siri. The Homepod has the same dumpy cylinder shape as Google Home, but it covered in a woven speaker grill style mesh. It is much more attractive than the Echo, … Read more

Philips 328P6VJEB Review – 32” 4K Monitor

Following on from my review of the excellent ultrawide monitor from Philips, I have been sent the Philips 328P6VJEB. This is a 32” 4k screen which at the moment costs £574.99 on Scan and is the cheapest 32” 4K screen that I can find on the market. The full specification includes: Manufacturer Philips Model Brilliance … Read more