Alienware 15 R4 Review – With Intel i9-8950HK & GTX 1070

Alienware 15 R4 Review – With Intel i9-8950HK & GTX 1070

This year saw the release of new laptop gaming CPUs that finally increased the core count to 6 with 12 threads using hyperthreading. Dell was one of the first companies to announce the chips across their range which went from the high-end consumer XPS 15 to the new affordable Dell G line and finally the…

Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones Review
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Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

I have been looking for a decent pair of active noise cancelling headphones for a while, the Bose QuietComfort 35 is the immediate choice, but I don’t travel enough to justify the £320+ price tag. Looking for cheaper options, I found favourable reviews for the Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 which costs £229 on ao.com for…

Datacolor SpyderCheckr 24 Colour Test Card Review

Datacolor SpyderCheckr 24 Colour Test Card Review

Datacolor is one of the leading worldwide brands in colour calibration tools, both for high-end consumers through to businesses. They cover a wide range of calibration options including the excellent Spyder5 monitor calibration tool. The SpyderCheckr is a basic tool that isn’t particularly exciting or high tech for your average consumer but this colour patch…

Mini Reviews: AnySharp 5-in-1 Smart Scissors & Ion8 Leak Proof Water Bottle

Mini Reviews: AnySharp 5-in-1 Smart Scissors & Ion8 Leak Proof Water Bottle

I sometimes get sent review samples that are not the most high tech, but I think they are still relevant. As a health conscious fitness fanatic, I am generally happy to review anything that can help, and that includes anything kitchen related such as AnySharp 5-in-1 Smart Scissors or the Ion8 Leak Proof Water Bottle which helps…

Suunto 9 Baro review – Full review with heart rate comparisons & performance mode tests
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Suunto 9 Baro review – Full review with heart rate comparisons & performance mode tests

A few weeks ago, the Suunto 9 was launched, and for the past three weeks or so I have been using it as my main sports watch, replacing my ageing Garmin Forerunner 235. I have posted some initial impressions of it, but now I have used it for around 20 gym, running sessions, and a…

Alcatel 5 Review
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Alcatel 5 Review

Alcatel launched a slew of new phones at MWC this year, all in the affordable price bracket, and I have been slowly reviewing the range since. The top model for this year’s models is the Alcatel 5 which is priced at £179.99 on Amazon, though now technically the top model is the Alcatel 5v. Specification…

Thermaltake View 32 TG Tempered Glass RGB Edition Review –  Mid-Tower Chassis

Thermaltake View 32 TG Tempered Glass RGB Edition Review – Mid-Tower Chassis

After coming away pleasantly surprised with the Thermaltake View 22 TG case, Thermaltake was kind enough to send me the View 32 TG RGB Edition. As the name would suggest this is a notch up in terms of specification and this model is full RGB too. This model is £127.99 on Amazon putting it somewhere…

Kodak Security Network surveillance camera with pan / tilt /zoom review: Model EP101WG
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Kodak Security Network surveillance camera with pan / tilt /zoom review: Model EP101WG

I have reviewed a large number of home security cameras now but the Kodak EP101WG is actually the first model I have tried out with pan / tilt /zoom, so it is an interesting alternative to the many options available nowadays. The Kodak EP101WG is part of a new security system Kodak has developed and…

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