Startech Wall-Mounted Sit-Stand Desk Review – Single Monitor

Sit-stand desks have become very popular in the past few years, I have reviewed several convenient options that convert your existing design to sit stand, but the StarTech option today is a little different. This is a wall mounted Sit-Stand Desk that includes a monitor arm and keyboard tray, if you don’t fancy drilling holes in your wall … Read more

Zyxel Multy X Tri-Band WSQ50 vs Netgear Orbi RBK50 AC3000 Mesh Wi-Fi

Having recently reviewed the excellent Zyxel Multy X mesh wifi system I thought it would be worth comparing it to the market leader, the Netgear Orbi. With the growing number of Mesh Wi-Fi options on the market, each manufacturer approaches the problem at a different angle. For example, the BT Whole Home Wi-Fi is one … Read more

Panasonic TX-49FX750 4K LED TV Review – FX750 / FX780 series with 55 & 65-inch models

I have been a fan of Panasonic TVs since reviewing the 55CR852B back in 2015 and then previewing the immensely popular TX-65DX902B that used full array local dimming for the backlighting. Following the superb DX902B model, Panasonic was the second company to bring OLED to the market and have been nipping at the heels of … Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Launches for £900 but can it compete with OnePlus and other low cost options?

With Samsung dominating the Android market so much it may come as no surprise that their new flagship phone starts at £899 and rises to £1099 but it this phone really worth £400 more than the OnePlus 6 when the main difference is a built-in stylus? Specification The Note 9 will be sold in two … Read more

Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Ti Edition Review

I have featured two fantastic Thermaltake cases recently both offering fashionable tempered glass features but at two very different price points one being the View 32 TG and the other being the View 22 TG. Today’s review is for something a little different, the Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Ti Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis. The … Read more

Wunder360 C1 Review : VR & 360-camera with Electronic Image Stabilization & 4K in-Camera Stitching

360 cameras have gained popularity in recent years with companies adopting various approaches on the best way to implement these innovative cameras. I have previously reviewed the Acer Holo 360 which was essentially an Android phone with the camera built around it, it had heaps of features, but there were some usability issues with the … Read more

CyberSecurity: Don’t be a victim, protect yourself from the constant wave of cybercrime

As we have become more reliant on computers, smartphones and the internet in our daily lives the risks associated with cyber criminals has increased exponentially. Looking at the news, the state of cybersecurity is shocking in the past week alone it has been revealed that Reddit has had 2 significant data breaches which it has … Read more

Anker Soundcore Spirit Pro Wireless Headphones Review

Anker has established themselves as one of, if not the best accessory brands on Amazon. They offer high-quality products at very affordable prices, undercutting traditional big-name companies. The Anker Soundcore Spirit Pro is a pair of wireless headphones that are designed for gym and sports use. They incorporate something called SweatGuard which promises to be … Read more

Android 9.0 Pie is here, but most of us won’t get to use it for many months

The most important part of today’s news is what the P stands for in the new Android OS. I was rooting for Peanut Butter, but sadly they have gone for something more basic with Pie. Now we know the name, that means a final build of Android 9.0 Pie is ready for the masses and … Read more

AZIO Aventa Gaming Mouse Review

I have previously reviewed the AZIO Retro Classic Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard which is the most unique and well-built keyboards I have ever used. While the typing experience wasn’t particularly for me, it was a very impressive keyboard. Azio makes other peripherals, and this includes the recently released Aventa gaming mouse. From their site: The innovative … Read more

Huawei Mate 20 Lite / Maimang 7 full specifications leak reveals notched display, 4 cameras

Recently images of the Huawei Maimang 7 have appeared on TENAA, the telecom regulatory body from China. Last year the Maimang 6 that was rolled out as Mate 10 Lite in other regions so it would be safe to assume that this year will be the same. The Maimang 7 that has a model number of … Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaked via official video

The most reliable of leaks occurred today with Samsung accidentally posted a video for its next flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 9. The video reveals the basic design of the phone, showing that Samsung kept the changes very minor as the only really distinguishing difference to the Note 8 is the relocation of the fingerprint module from … Read more

Zyxel Multy X AC3000 Whole Home Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi review

Mesh Wi-Fi is the best thing to happen to Wi-Fi in years. While it is great that some manufacturers are pushing the speeds of Wi-Fi further and further, in practice, these speeds are rarely achieved, with performance degradation over distance being severe. It is not an uncommon scenario to get great Wi-Fi in one room … Read more

Mio Cyclo 210 GPS Launched

Garmin may dominate the market for sports tracking devices, and Wahoo offering excellent alternatives for tracking ride, for people that are less concerned about sporting achievements and just would like to explore the UK or EU on their bike, then the Mio Cyclo 210 could make a great option. The Mio Cyclo 210 is a bit more like … Read more

5 Tips to Free Up Memory on iPhone

It’s no secret that every iPhone owner is always hungry for more memory. That’s why the company itself is now offering massive memory on its 2017 iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The problem is, when you have upgraded to a device with higher memory, your memory requirements magically seem to escalate alongside … Read more