IFA 2017: Acer Predator Orion 9000 Series with Intel Core i9 Gaming PC

Acer are really developing their Predator range and the Predator Orion 9000 is probably the most extreme product release to date. This is a high end gaming machine it has options that include 4 Radeon RX Vega cards or 2 NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti with a  Intel ® Core ™ i9 Extreme Edition 18-core processor and … Read more

IFA 2017: Acer announce Predator X35 G-SYNC & HDR monitor

It’s that time of the year again, IFA is about to start and we are getting all the press releases for product launches. Acer started the show off this morning with a couple of interesting new releases. First up is the Acer Predator X35. This large 35-inch, 21:9 monitor sports an immersive 1800R curve and … Read more

Logitech G Unveils New LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Keyboard and Next-Generation Wireless Gaming Mouse

Today Logitech has announced the launch of two new products that advance high-performance wireless gaming. The Logitech® G603 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse is a next-generation gaming mouse that uses Logitech G’s new advanced HERO™ optical sensor and advanced LIGHTSPEED™ wireless technology, and the Logitech® G613 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is a high-performance wireless keyboard … Read more

FitBit Launches Ionic Smartwatch

We have been expecting Fitbit to launch their first smartwatch for a while now. They bought up the IP from Pebble late last year, at the same time fitness tracker sales have been declining for Fitbit. So releasing a smartwatch was an inevitable move. This week Fitbit finally announced their entry into the smartwatch market … Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Officially Launched

The disastrous Galaxy Note 7 hasn’t stopped Samsung moving ahead with their flagship phablet style phone. The Galaxy Note 8 has been officially announced and can be pre-ordered for £869 (inc. VAT) with deliveries starting September 15th The Note 8 is equipped with a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a Quad HD+ resolution of 2960 … Read more

Blue Sadie Over-Ear Headphones Review

Blue is not a brand that I would normally associate with premium headphones, but they do have strong credentials with audio in the form of their universally praised microphones. Their entry into the headphone market is an interesting one, as they are jumping straight into the upper mid and high-end market. Their flagship product called … Read more

Adata AI920 i-Memory Lightning Flash Drive Review

The AData i-Memory flash drive is a little different than your bog-standard USB drive. This has 2 ports, one USB 3.1 and one Lightning, allowing you to connect it directly to a lightning equipped iOS device. At just 6.9mm thin and 3.6g light it is as small or smaller than most normal USB drives, and … Read more

Smart Homes: The future of the smart home and consumer opinion.

Recently, Barclays undertook a piece of research to identify attitudes toward smart home technology across the UK. This research has been carried out twice in the past two years showing how public opinion towards smart homes has changed over the past 2 years. The 2015 survey consisted of 4,370 adults and the 2017 survey was … Read more

#iPhoneis10 : 10 Years of the iPhone and how it changed the world

Love them or hate then, the iPhone revolutionised the smartphone market 10 years ago when it was launched on 29th of June. While our much beloved Nokia forged ahead with its clunky Symbian OS, Apple introduced us to iOS, a mobile OS that was usable for the masses. It was an instant success from the get … Read more

Raspberry Pi 3 Project: Create an adblocking server for your home server with Pi-hole

After being impressed with the ad blocking functionality of my F-Secure Sense I came across a popular piece of software called Pi-hole that acts as your homes DNS server and blocks advertising requests. It is designed to run on most Debian-based distro’s and it is specifically lightweight enough to run on a Raspberry Pi, some … Read more

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